- •Compensatory motions were compared for body-powered and myoelectric prosthesis users.
- •Differences in compensatory motions may occur due to prosthesis actuation method.
- •Compensatory motions were defined by altered range of motion of the intact joints.
- •Prosthesis type did not have a consistent effect on compensatory movements.
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