Background: Balancing and walking are important predictors of independence and mobility. Clinicians need to find effective and inexpensive interventions for improving balance and gait in patients with chronic stroke. Aim: To evaluate the effect of elliptical training for balance and gait training in patients with chronic stroke. Methods and Material: The patient was 36 years old male with chronic stroke (>6 month) who was able to walk on a level surface without assistance. The elliptical trainer was used for 20 minutes per session, 3 times a week for four weeks. The pre and post interventions score was measured with Tinetti Performance Oriented Mobility Assessment (POMA) and Voluntary Control Grading (VCG). Results: The participant demonstrated an improved score in Tinetti’s Performance- Based Mobility Assessment (POMA) and Voluntary Control Grading. Conclusion: The study concluded that elliptical training emerged to be a safe and practicable training for improving balance and gait training in chronic stroke.