Do Children with Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity Disorder Present with Different Spatio-Temporal Gait Parameters? An Evaluation of the Relationship Between Gait and Gross Motor Skills

CONCLUSION: The current study results show that gross motor skills are affected negatively and the swing phase is prolonged in children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder-combined type. Upper limb coordination and balance were also seen to have an effect on the velocity, step, and stride length. It is important to include an objective gait assessment as well as gross motor skills in the comprehensive clinical evaluation of children with attention deficit hyperactivity…


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