- •Subjects pre- and post-total hip arthroplasty moved with interlimb asymmetry.
- •We examined the acute effect of weight bearing visual feedback on movement symmetry.
- •Interlimb movement symmetry improved with feedback during the sit-to-stand task.
- •Structured feedback programs may be an effective clinical tool to improve symmetry.
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