Data for: Reliability outcomes and inter-limb differences in ankle joint stiffness in children with unilateral cerebral palsy depend on the method of analysis

Published: 29 August 2019| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/kc38x8fkxm.1
Clément BOULARD, vincent gautheron, Thomas Lapole


We uploaded two types of data: -inter-session reliability of the slope of the torque-ankle joint relationship for paretic limb, non-paretic limb and non-paretic limb whithin the same absolute range of motion than the paretic one. For every limb, slope of the curve was measured with three differents methods given the range of torque reported in the litterature;: 20-80%, 30-100%, 50-90% of the maximal torque recorded. -statistical analysis: ANOVA 3 factors for the slope of the curve and coefficient of determination (R2) (METHODS X LIMBS X SESSIONS), ANOVA 2 factors for CV (METHODS X LIMBS), post-hoc fisher tests when main effects or interaction were significative (p<0.05).



Stiffness, Patient with Cerebral Palsy, Biomechanical Analysis, Ankle Joint