- •Children with cerebral palsy used a Knee-Hip in-phase gait strategy.
- •Cerebral palsy had lower variability at Ankle-Knee and Knee-Hip joint pairs.
- •Impaired coordination in cerebral palsy is noticeable at specific gait events.
- •A knee-Hip in-phase gait strategy is related to fewer gait deviations.
- •Inter-joint coordination metrics are pertinent to assess motor control impairment.
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