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Walking with Music Is a Safe and Viable Tool for Gait Training in Parkinson's Disease: The Effect of a 13-Week Feasibility Study on Single and Dual Task Walking

Table 2

Summary of descriptive statistics and change scores for the CTRL group for outcome measures pre- and post-intervention.

Measure Ta Ta
SingleDual
PREPOSTchangePREPOSTchange

Velocity (m/s) 1.27(0.16)1.25(0.17)0.021.03(0.41)1.01(0.42)0.03.232.019.869
Stride time (s)1.06(0.11)1.06(0.13)0.0021.51(0.88)1.53(0.90)−0.01.876.100.906
Stride length (m) 1.33(0.13)1.30(0.14)0.031.25(0.20)1.23(0.20)0.02.167.015.394
Cadence (steps/min) 114(11.7)115(13.1)−0.6296.3(32.8)94.7(35.5)1.64.786.049.459
Error rate (%)NANANA13.4(19.7)16.2(19.4)−2.80.631NANA
UPDRS (III) score20.4(5.03)18.6(7.38)1.82NANANA.286NANA

PRE and POST values are presented as mean (standard deviation). Change values are PRE minus POST and are presented as mean. A negative change value indicates an improvement in measure.
 : Time; Ta: Task.

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