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 Issue Date First Author Title  
53-1 2/24/2016 Sarah L. Krein, PhD, RN Opioid use and walking among patients with chronic low back pain
52-7 12/15/2015 Jan b Eyskens, MSc PT, DO, Pr Ph Reduced gait automaticity in female patients with chronic fatigue syndrome: Case-control study
52-7 12/11/2015 Amanda E. Chisholm, PhD Neuromuscular control of curved walking in people with stroke: Case report
52-6 12/11/2015 Nathaniel B. Ketelhut, BS Core muscle characteristics during walking of patients with multiple sclerosis
52-6 11/24/2015 Brian J. Hafner, PhD Physical performance and self-report outcomes associated with use of passive, adaptive, and active prosthetic knees in persons with unilateral, transfemoral amputation: Randomized crossover trial
52-5 11/18/2015 Joanna R. Wares, PhD Characterizing effects of mild traumatic brain injury and posttraumatic stress disorder on balance impairments in blast-exposed servicemembers and Veterans using computerized posturography
52-5 11/18/2015 Jesse C. Dean, PhD Foot placement control and gait instability among people with stroke
52-5 11/18/2015 Declan Sweeney, BSc (Hon) Effect of antipronation foot orthosis geometry on compression of heel and arch soft tissues
52-4 9/3/2015 Dora-Lisa Juhnke, MD Fifteen years of experience with Integral-Leg-Prosthesis: Cohort study of artificial limb attachment system
52-3 7/30/2015 Timur Ekiz, MD Effects of Kinesio Tape application to quadriceps muscles on isokinetic muscle strength, gait, and functional parameters in patients with stroke  
52-2 7/30/2015 Emily H. Sinitski, BSc Evaluation of motion platform embedded with force plate-instrumented treadmill  
52-2 7/23/2015 Pierre Asselin, MS Heart rate and oxygen demand of powered exoskeleton???assisted walking in persons with paraplegia  
52-1 7/23/2015 Tania Lam, PhD Training with robot-applied resistance in people with motor-incomplete spinal cord injury: Pilot study  
52-1 6/30/2015 Patrick Morgan, MS Feasibility of lower-limb muscle power training to enhance locomotor function poststroke  
52-1 6/25/2015 Hemakumar Devan, Mphty Spinal, pelvic, and hip movement asymmetries in people with lower-limb amputation: systematic review  
51-9 6/1/2015 Christopher Kevin Wong, PT, PhD Role of balance ability and confidence in prosthetic use for mobility of people with lower-limb loss  
51-9 6/1/2015 Sarah R. Chang, BS Understanding stand-to-sit maneuver: Implications for motor system neuroprostheses after paralysis  
51-8 5/19/2015 Noah J. Rosenblatt, PhD Abtract - Active dorsiflexing prostheses may reduce trip-related fall risk in people with transtibial amputation  
51-8 5/19/2015 W. Lee Childers, PhD, CP Symmetrical kinematics does not imply symmetrical kinetics in people with transtibial amputation using cycling model  
51-8 5/29/2015 Elizabeth Russell Esposito, PhD Does unilateral transtibial amputation lead to greater metabolic demand during walking?  
51-8 5/29/2015 David M. Koceja, PhD Novel balance rehabilitation and training apparatus to improve functional balance  
51-7 5/19/2015 Elham Dolatabadi, MSc Vision-based approach for long-term mobility monitoring: Single case study following total hip replacement  
51-7 5/18/2015 Thomas C. Bulea, PhD Forward stair descent with hybrid neuroprosthesis after paralysis: Single case study demonstrating feasibility  
51-6 4/17/2015 Aman Sharma, MHSc Toward an artificial sensory feedback system for prosthetic mobility rehabilitation: Examination of sensorimotor responses  
51-6 5/15/2015 Nicole Paquet, PhD Fukuda and Babinski-Weil tests: Within-subject variability and test-retest reliability in nondisabled adults  
51-6 5/15/2015 Theodore R. Kremer, BS Dynamometer-based measure of spasticity confirms limited association between plantarflexor spasticity and walking function in persons with multiple sclerosis  
51-64/17/2015Alyson J. Littman, PhDPhysical activity barriers and enablers in older Veterans with lower-limb amputation 
51-64/17/2015Aman Sharma, MHScToward an artificial sensory feedback system for prosthetic mobility rehabilitation: Examination of sensorimotor responses 
51-54/15/2015Eric Nickel, MSPassive prosthetic ankle-foot mechanism for automatic adaptation to sloped surfaces 
51-54/13/2015Arnaud Gouelle, PhDUse of Functional Ambulation Performance Score as measurement of gait ability: Review 
51-44/9/2015Marco Iosa, PhDAssessment of gait stability, harmony, and symmetry in subjects with lower-limb amputation evaluated by trunk accelerations 
51-44/9/2015Senthil N. S. Kumar, MScReliability, agreement, and validity of digital weighing scale with MatScan in limb load measurement 
51-44/8/2015Mingming Zhang, Eng MScReviewing effectiveness of ankle assessment techniques for use in robot-assisted therapy 
51-33/26/2015Elizabeth Jean Nightingale, PhD;*Systematic review of timed stair tests 
51-34/6/2015Margrit R. Meier, PhDDevelopment of inexpensive prosthetic feet for high-heeled shoes using simple shoe insole model 
51-34/6/2015Louise Johnson, PhDToe clearance when walking in people with unilateral transtibial amputation: Effects of passive hydraulic ankle 
51-23/23/2015Joan E. Sanders, PhDHow do walking, standing, and resting influence transtibial amputee residual limb fluid volume? 
51-23/25/2015Ronald N. Goodman, PhDIncreased reward in ankle robotics training enhances motor control and cortical efficiency in stroke 
51-23/25/2015Curtis S. To, PhDSensor-based hip control with hybrid neuroprosthesis for walking in paraplegia 
51-23/25/2015Cyril Duclos, PhDComplex muscle vibration patterns to induce gait-like lower-limb movements: Proof of concept 
51-23/25/2015Barbara L. Fischer, PsyDPerformance-based assessment of falls risk in older veterans with executive dysfunction 
51-23/25/2015Katherine S. Hall, PhDPTSD is negatively associated with physical performance and physical function in older overweight military Veterans 
51-23/23/2015Karine Langlois, MScInfluence of physical capacities of males with transtibial amputation on gait adjustments on sloped surfaces 
51-23/25/2015Nancy Harada, PT, PhDEvaluation of two cane instruments in older adults with knee osteoarthritis 
51-12/23/2015Alyssa M. Fenuta, HBScMuscle activation during body weight-supported locomotion while using the ZeroG 
51-12/23/2015Bruce H. K. Dobkin, MDPrediction of responders for outcome measures of Locomotor Experience Applied Post Stroke trial 
51-13/23/2015Andrew Hansen, PhDEffects of a flat prosthetic foot rocker section on balance and mobility 
51-13/20/2015Peter Vee Sin Lee, PhDPressure casting technique for transtibial prosthetic socket fit in developing countries 
51-13/20/2015Tzong-Ming Wu, PhDBiomechanical study of upper-limb exoskeleton for resistance training with three-dimensional motion analysis system 
50-92/23/2015Arlene A. Schmid, PhD, OTRCircumstances and consequences of falls among people with chronic stroke 
50-92/20/2015Sheng-Che Yen, PT, PhDSize of kinematic error affects retention of locomotor adaptation in human spinal cord injury 
50-810/16/2014Brian Knarr, PhDSampling frequency impacts measurement of walking activity after stroke 
50-810/16/2014Susan L. Whitney, DPT, PhD, NCS, ATC, FAPTARelationship between cognition and gait performance in older adults receiving physical therapy interventions in the home 
50-78/20/2014Ignacio A. Gaunaurd, PhD, MSPT*Factors related to high-level mobility in male servicemembers with
traumatic lower-limb loss
 
50-73/10/2014Robert S. Gailey, PhD, PT;1-2*Development and reliability testing of the Comprehensive High-Level Activity Mobility Predictor (CHAMP) in male servicemembers with traumatic lower-limb loss 
50-73/10/2014Robert S. Gailey, PhD, PTConstruct validity of Comprehensive High-Level Activity Mobility Predictor (CHAMP) for male servicemembers with traumatic lower-limb loss 
50-73/10/2014Alison A. Linberg, DPT, ATCComparison of 6-minute walk test performance between male Active Duty soldiers and servicemembers with and without traumatic lower-limb loss 
50-73/10/2014Vibhor Agrawal, PhDComparison between microprocessor-controlled ankle/foot and conventional prosthetic feet during stair negotiation in people with unilateral transtibial amputation 
50-73/10/2014Michele A. Raya, PhD, PT, SCS, ATCAmputee Mobility Predictor-Bilateral: A performance-based measure of mobility for people with bilateral lower-limb loss 
50-73/10/2014Michele A. Raya, PhD, PT, SCS, ATC;Comparison of three agility tests with male servicemembers: Edgren Side Step Test, T-Test, and Illinois Agility Test 
50-61/16/2014Julien Maitre, PhDChronic physical activity preserves efficiency of proprioception in
postural control in older women
 
50-61/16/2014Joan E. Sanders, PhDHow does adding and removing liquid from socket bladders affect residual-limb fluid volume? 
50-61/16/2014Sina Askari, MS;1The effect of timing electrical stimulation to robotic-assisted stepping on neuromuscular activity and associated kinematics 
50-511/8/2013Joe R. Nocera, PhDEffects of cognitive task on gait initiation in Parkinson disease: Evidence of motor prioritization? 
  Issue Date At a Glance First Author Title
50-5 11/7/2013 At a Glance Shane R. Wurdeman, CP, MSPO Prosthesis preference is related to stride-to-stride fluctuations at the prosthetic ankle
50-5 11/7/2013 At a Glance Trevor G. Russell, PhD Internet-based physical assessment of people with Parkinson disease is accurate and reliable: A pilot study
50-5 11/7/2013 This study explored the potential of portable kinetic recording systems to determine the effect of prostheses on the load applied on the residuum. In this case, this load was measured during several activities of daily living performed by an individual with unilateral transfemoral amputation fitted with a bone-anchored prosthesis. This work confirmed that the proposed apparatus can reveal how changes in prosthetic components (e.g., mechanical vs microprocessor-controlled knee) are translated into inner-prosthetic loading. This indicates that such an apparatus might have the ability to support evidencebased fitting, and therefore, to address issues related to under- or over-prescription of components.
http://dx.doi.org/10.1682/JRRD.2012.04.0062 Laurent Frossard, PhD Load applied on bone-anchored transfemoral prosthesis: Characterization of a prosthesis???A pilot study
50-5 11/8/2013 As the U.S. population ages, more Veterans may develop Parkinson disease. Unfortunately, those Veterans diagnosed with Parkinson disease may develop problems walking, particularly walking while doing another task (talking, for example). In addition to difficulty walking while talking, our study showed that patients with Parkinson disease have trouble initiating walking from a standing position while doing another task. On the basis of these results, Veterans with Parkinson disease should participate in interventions (exercise and cognitive stimulation) that could improve their ability to perform more than one task at the same time.
http://dx.doi.org/10.1682/JRRD.2012.06.0114 Joe R. Nocera, PhD Effects of cognitive task on gait initiation in Parkinson disease: Evidence of motor prioritization?
50-4 7/31/2013 At a Glance Anindo Roy, PhD Changes in passive ankle stiffness and its effects on gait function in people with chronic stroke
50-4 7/31/2013 At a Glance Annette Pantall, DO(UK), PhD Muscle activity during stance phase of walking: Comparison of males with transfemoral amputation with osseointegrated fixations to nondisabled male volunteers
50-3 5/30/2013 At a Glance James Borrelli, PhD Experimental characterization of axillary/underarm interface pressure in swing-through crutch walking
50-3 5/30/2013 At a Glance Michael Mitchell, MSc Design and development of ankle-foot prosthesis with delayed release of plantarflexion
50-3 5/30/2013 At a Glance Andrew B. Sawers, MSPO, CPO Outcomes associated with the use of microprocessor-controlled prosthetic knees among individuals with unilateral transfemoral limb loss: A systematic review
50-2 4/23/2013 At a Glance Deepan C. Kamaraj, MD Acute mountain sickness in athletes with neurological impairments
50-2 4/23/2013 At a Glance Lisette Bunting-Perry, PhD, RN Laser light visual cueing for freezing of gait in Parkinson disease:A pilot study with male participants
50-2 4/23/2013 At a Glance Rebecca D. Larson, PhD Bilateral differences in lower-limb performance in individuals with multiple sclerosis
50-1 3/11/2013 At a Glance Edward D. Lemaire, PhD Mechanical and biomechanical analysis of a linear piston design for angular-velocity-based orthotic control
49-10 3/13/2013 At a Glance Andrew Sawers, CPO, PhD Beyond componentry: How principles of motor learning can enhance locomotor rehabilitation of individuals with lower limb loss???A review
49-10 3/13/2013 At a Glance Winson C. C. Lee, PhD Effectiveness of adjustable dorsiflexion night splint in combination with accommodative foot orthosis on plantar fasciitis
49-10 3/13/2013 At a Glance Joan E. Sanders, PhD Preliminary investigation of residual-limb fluid volume changes within one day
49-10 3/13/2013 At a Glance Michiel P. M. van Nunen, MSc Exercise intensity of robot-assisted walking versus overground walking in nonambulatory stroke patients
49-9 1/7/2013 At a Glance Hossein Gholizadeh, MEngSc Transtibial prosthetic suspension: Less pistoning versus easy donning and doffing
49-9 1/7/2013 At a Glance Bhavana Raja, PT, PhD Quantifiable patterns of limb loading and unloading during hemiparetic gait: Relation to kinetic and kinematic parameters
49-9 1/7/2013 At a Glance Jacob J. Sosnoff, PhD Does a waist-worn ActiGraph accelerometer quantify community ambulation in persons with multiple sclerosis?
49-8 12/11/2012 At a Glance Frederick M. Ivey, PhD The Unified Parkinson's Disease Rating Scale as a predictor of peak aerobic capacity and ambulatory function
49-8 12/11/2012 At a Glance Deborah Michael Wendland, PT, DPT, Cped Activity monitor accuracy in persons using canes
49-8 12/11/2012 At a Glance Takaaki Chin, MD Energy consumption during prosthetic walking and physical fitness in older hip disarticulation amputees
49-8 12/11/2012 At a Glance David Rusaw, PhD Can vibratory feedback be used to improve postural stability in persons with transtibial limb loss?
49-8 12/11/2012 At a Glance S. Lehrl, PhD Advancement of physical process by mental activation: A prospective controlled study
49-8 12/11/2012 At a Glance Janis J. Daly, PhD, MS Guest Editorial: Gait coordination protocol for recovery of coordinated gait, function, and quality of life following stroke
49-6 8/23/2012 At a Glance Erik J. Wolf, PhD Assessment of transfemoral amputees using C-Leg and Power Knee for ascending and descending inclines and steps
49-6 8/23/2012 At a Glance Matthew J. Major, PhD Stance phase mechanical characterization of transtibial prostheses distal to the socket: A review
49-4 5/30/2012 At a Glance Stefan Hesse, MD Robot-assisted practice of gait and stair climbing in nonambulatory stroke patients
49-4 5/30/2012 At a Glance Robert S. Gailey, PhD, PT Application of self-report and performance-based outcome measures to determine functional differences between four categories of prosthetic feet.
49-4 5/30/2012 At a Glance Margrit R. Meier, PhD Obstacle course: Users maneuverability and movement efficiency when using Otto Bock C-leg, Otto Bock 3R60, and CaTech SNS prosthetic knee joints
49-4 5/30/2012 At a Glance Barri L. Schnall, MPT Metabolic analysis of male servicemembers with transtibial amputations carrying military loads
49-4 5/30/2012 At a Glance Antonio J. del-Ama, Eng MSc Review of hybrid exoskeletons to restore gait following spinal cord injury
49-3 4/26/2012 At a Glance Marco Iosa, PhD Assessment of upper-body dynamic stability during walking in patients with subacute stroke
49-3 4/26/2012 At a Glance Kit Tzu Tang, EngD Validity of method to quantify transtibial amputees free-living prosthetic wearing times and physical activity levels when using suction suspension sockets
49-3 4/26/2012 At a Glance Brian M. Sandroff Accelerometer output and its association with energy expenditure in persons with multiple sclerosis
49-2 4/19/2012 At a Glance Mohammad Akbari, PhD Do diabetic neuropathy patients benefit from balance training?
49-2 4/19/2012 At a Glance Kenneth J. Gustafson, PhD Human distal sciatic nerve fascicular anatomy: Implications for ankle control using nerve-cuff electrodes
49-2 4/19/2012 At a Glance Erin Boutwell, MS Effect of prosthetic gel liner thickness on gait biomechanics and pressure distribution within the transtibial socket
49-2 4/19/2012 At a Glance Alison M. Lichy, PT, DPT, NCS Asymmetric lower-limb bone loss after spinal cord injury: Case report
48-10 1/9/2012 At a Glance Saori Ishikawa, MS, ATC, CSCS Reliability of daily step activity monitoring in adults with incomplete spinal cord injury
48-10 1/9/2012 At a Glance Joan E. Sanders, PhD Effects of elevated vacuum on in-socket residual limb fluid volume: Case study results using bioimpedance analysis
48-10 1/9/2012 At a Glance Carolin Curtze, MSc Determining asymmetry of roll-over shapes in prosthetic walking
48-9 11/21/2011 At a Glance Stefan Schmid, PT, MA Reliability and validity of trunk accelerometry-derived performance measurements in a standardized heel-rise test in elderly subjects
48-9 11/21/2011 At a Glance Birgit I. Molier, MSc Effect of position feedback during task-oriented upper-limb training after stroke: Five-case pilot study
48-9 11/21/2011 At a Glance Steven A. Gard, PhD Effect of prosthetic ankle units on roll-over shape characteristics during walking in persons with bilateral transtibial amputations
48-8 10/25/2011 At a Glance Maria J. Gerschutz, PhD Tensile strength and impact resistance properties of materials used in prosthetic check sockets, copolymer sockets, and definitive laminated sockets
48-8 10/25/2011 At a Glance Anirban Dutta, PhD An objective method for selecting command sources for myoelectrically triggered lower-limb neuroprostheses
48-7 8/31/2011 At a Glance Curtis S. To, PhD Stance control knee mechanism for lower-limb support in hybrid neuroprosthesis
48-6 7/20/2011 At a Glance Randall D. Alley, CP, LP Prosthetic sockets stabilized by alternating areas of tissue compression and release
48-5 6/9/2011 At a Glance Toshiki Kobayashi, PhD Techniques to measure rigidity of ankle-foot orthosis: A review
48-4 5/23/2011 At a Glance Anindo Roy, PhD Short-term ankle motor performance with ankle robotics training in chronic hemiparetic stroke
48-4 5/23/2011 At a Glance Joseph Hidler, PhD The road ahead for rehabilitation robotics
48-4 5/23/2011 At a Glance Joseph Hidler, Phd ZeroG: Overground gait and balance training system
48-4 5/23/2011 At a Glance Candace Tefertiller, PT, DPT, ATP, NCS Efficacy of rehabilitation robotics for walking training in neurological disorders: A review
48-4 5/23/2011 At a Glance K. Alex Shorter, PhD A portable powered ankle-foot orthosis for rehabilitation
48-4 5/23/2011 At a Glance Alexander Koenig, MSc Psychological state estimation from physiological recordings during
robot-assisted gait rehabilitation
48-3 3/22/2011 At a Glance Anthony McGarry, PhD Design of manikin for testing of residual-limb shape capture-method: Technical note
48-2 2/11/2011 At a Glance Michael P. Dillon, PhD, BPO(Hons) Effect of prosthetic design on center of pressure excursion in partial foot prostheses
48-2 2/11/2011 At a Glance Jose A. Galvez, PhD Trainer variability during step training after spinal cord injury: Implications for robotic gait-training device design
48-2 2/11/2011 At a Glance Marco Iosa, PhD Driving electromechanically assisted Gait Trainer for people with stroke
48-2 2/11/2011 At a Glance Bertram Ezenwa, PhD Multiple vibration displacements at multiple vibration frequencies stress impact on human femur
computational analysis
48-1 1/14/2011 At a Glance Elisa S. Schrank, BS Dimensional accuracy of ankle-foot orthoses constructed by rapid customization and manufacturing framework
47-9 12/7/2010 At a Glance Elizabeth Klodd, MS Effects of prosthetic foot forefoot flexibility on gait of unilateral transtibial prosthesis users
47-7 10/10/2010 At a Glance Catriona M. Steele, PhD Pressure profile similarities between tongue resistance training tasks and liquid swallows
47-6 9/3/2010 At a Glance Alberto J. Espay, MD, MSc At-home training with closed-loop augmented-reality cueing device for improving gait in patients with Parkinson disease
47-6 9/3/2010 At a Glance Elizabeth Klodd, MS Effects of prosthetic foot forefoot flexibility on oxygen cost and subjective preference rankings of unilateral transtibial prosthesis users
47-6 9/3/2010 At a Glance Nicole A. Wilson, PhD Effect of bracing on dynamic patellofemoral contact mechanics
47-5 8/2/2010 At a Glance Thomas Schmalz, PhD Analysis of biomechanical effectiveness of valgus-inducing knee brace for osteoarthritis of knee
47-3 5/6/2010 At a Glance Lesley A. Brown, PhD Obstacle crossing among people with Parkinson disease is influenced by concurrent music
47-2 4/20/2010 At a Glance Bruce Crosson, PhD Functional imaging and related techniques: An introduction for rehabilitation researchers
47-1 3/22/2010 At a Glance Stephanie Nogan Bailey, BSE Neurotherapeutic and neuroprosthetic effects of implanted functional electrical stimulation for ambulation after incomplete spinal cord injury
46-9 3/12/2010   Michael J. Falvo, MS Reference equation for 6-minute walk in individuals with Parkinson disease
46-8 1/26/2010   Nicolaas I. Bohnen, MD, PhD Age-associated striatal dopaminergic denervation and falls in community-dwelling subjects
46-8 1/26/2010   Issa A. Ramirez, MS Crossed four-bar mechanism for improved prosthetic grasp
46-7 12/30/2009   Martin Ferguson-Pell, PhD Thermodynamic rigid cushion loading indenter: A buttock-shaped temperature and humidity measurement system for cushioning surfaces under anatomical compression conditions
46-7 12/30/2009   Andrew M. Kwarciak, MS Evaluation of wheelchair tire rolling resistance using dynamometer-based coast-down tests
46-5 10/13/2009   Huanguang Jia, PhD, MPH Long-term effect of home telehealth services on preventable hospitalization use
46-4 1/1/2009   Kathy A. Stubblefield, OTR/L Occupational therapy protocol for amputees with targeted muscle reinnervation
46-3 1/1/2009   Kerstin Hagberg, RPT, PhD One hundred patients treated with osseointegrated transfemoral amputation prostheses-Rehabilitation perspective
46-3 1/1/2009   William Brett Johnson, BE Walking mechanics of persons who use reciprocating gait orthoses
46-3 1/1/2009   Ernesto C. Martinez-Villalpando, SM Agonist-antagonist active knee prosthesis: A preliminary study in level-ground walking
46-2 1/1/2009   Terris Yakimovich, MASc Engineering design review of stance-controlknee-ankle-foot orthoses
45-9 1/1/2008   Frank M. Skidmore, MD Daily ambulatory activity levels in idiopathic Parkinson disease
45-9 1/1/2008   Han Houdijk, PhD Validity of DynaPort GaitMonitor for assessmentof spatiotemporal parameters in amputee gait
45-9 1/1/2008   Michael P. Dillon, BPO(Hons), PhD Effect of inaccuracies in anthropometric data and linked-segment inverse dynamic modeling on kinetics of gait in persons with partial foot amputation
45-9 1/1/2008   Michael P. Dillon, BPO(Hons), PhD Comparison of gait of persons with partialfoot amputation wearing prosthesis to matchedcontrol group: Observational study
45-9 1/1/2008   Andrew J. Rentschler, PhD Clinical evaluation of Guido robotic walker
45-9 1/1/2008   Juha M. Hijmans, MSc Effects of vibrating insoles on standing balance in diabetic neuropathy
45-8 1/1/2008   Khim Horton, PhD, BSc(Hons), RN, RCNT, RNT, PGCEA Falls in older people: The place oftelemonitoring in rehabilitation
45-8 1/1/2008   Simon Gates, PhD Systematic review of accuracy of screening instruments for predicting fall risk among independently living older adults
45-8 1/1/2008   Christopher T. Ray, PhD, ATC, CSCS Review of intrinsic factors related to fall risk in individuals with visual impairments
45-8 1/1/2008   Marita Kloseck, PhD Can personality theory help usunderstand risk of falls?
45-8 1/1/2008   Ellen Costello, PT, PhD Update on falls prevention for community-dwelling older adults: Review of single and multifactorial intervention programs
45-8 1/1/2008   Jasmine C. Menant, PhD Optimizing footwear for older people at risk of falls
45-8 1/1/2008   Vivian Weerdesteyn, PhD, PT Falls in individuals with stroke
45-8 1/1/2008   Clarissa Barros de Oliveira, PT Balance control in hemiparetic stroke patients:Main tools for evaluation
45-8 1/1/2008   Brian W. Schulz, PhD Estimation, simulation, and experimentationof a fall from bed
45-8 1/1/2008   Witaya Mathiyakom, PT, PhD Regulation of angular impulse during fall recovery
45-8 1/1/2008   Debra J. Rose, PhD Preventing falls among older adults: No one size suits all intervention strategy
45-7 1/1/2008   Michael S. Orendurff, MS How humans walk: Bout duration, steps per bout, and rest duration
45-7 1/1/2008   Jessica P. McCabe, MPT Feasibility of combining gait robot and multichannel functional electrical stimulation with intramuscular electrodes
45-6 1/1/2008   James G. Foto, BSME, Cped Compact and portable digitally controlled devicefor testing footwear materials: Technical note
45-6 1/1/2008   Pradeep Natarajan, PhD Current clinical practices in stroke rehabilitation: Regional pilot survey
45-2 1/1/2008   Shawnna L. Patterson, MD, PhD Effect of treadmill exercise training on spatial and temporal gait parameters in subjects with chronic stroke: A preliminary report
45-2 1/1/2008   Joseph Hidler, PhD Automating activity-based interventions: The role of robotics
45-2 1/1/2008   Larry W. Forrester, PhD Exercise-mediated locomotor recovery and lower-limb neuroplasticity after stroke
45-2 1/1/2008   Richard F. Macko, MD Adaptive physical activity improves mobility function and quality of life in chronic hemiparesis
45-1 1/1/2008   Ross G. Querry, PT, PhD Synchronous stimulation and monitoring of soleus H reflex during robotic body weight-supported ambulation in subjects with spinal cord injury
45-1 1/1/2008   Frank M. Skidmore, MD Pilot safety and feasibility study of treadmill aerobic exercise in Parkinson disease with gait impairment
45-1 1/1/2008   Miriam C. Morey, PhD Project LIFELearning to Improve Fitness and Function in Elders: Methods, design, and baseline characteristics of randomized trial
45-1 1/1/2008   Elizabeth M. Hannold, PhD Using veterans perspectives to enhance rehabilitation outcome measures: Value of qualitative methods
44-5 1/1/2007   Henk J. Arwert, MD Residual-limb quality and functional mobility 1 year after transtibial
amputation caused by vascular insufficiency
44-5 1/1/2007   Itshak Melzer, PhD, PT Relationship between self-reported function and disability and balance
performance measures in the elderly
44-5 1/1/2007   Mark D. Bishop, PT, PhD Influence of pain and depression on fear of falling, mobility, and balance
in older male veterans
44-5 1/1/2007   Sinikka H. Peurala, PhD Effects of intensive gait-oriented physiotherapy during early acute phase
of stroke
44-4 1/1/2007   Po-Fu Su, MS Gait characteristics of persons with bilateral transtibial amputations
44-4 1/1/2007   Leigh Hale, PhD Reliability of RT3 accelerometer for measuring mobility in people with
multiple sclerosis: Pilot study
44-4 1/1/2007   Angelika Zissimopoulos, MS Biomechanical and energetic effects of a stance-control orthotic knee joint
44-3 1/1/2007   Eling D. de Bruin, PhD Quantification of everyday motor function in a geriatric population
44-3 1/1/2007   Elizabeth Hardin, PhD Walking after incomplete spinal cord injury using an implanted FES system: A case report
44-3 1/1/2007   Mark G. Bowden, MS, PT Step Activity Monitor: Accuracy and test-retest reliability in persons with incomplete spinal cord injury
44-3 1/1/2007   Miao-Ju Hsu, PhD Leg stiffness and electromyography of knee extensors/flexors: Comparison between older and younger adults during stair descent
44-3 1/1/2007   Tatiana A. Kaminsky, MS, OTR Virtual cues and functional mobility of people with Parkinsons disease: A single-subject pilot study
44-3 1/1/2007   Franois J. Potdevin, MD Using effect size to quantify plantar pressure asymmetry of gait of nondisabled adults and patients with hemiparesis
44-1 1/1/2007   Amiram Catz, MD, PhD Spinal Cord Independence Measure: Comprehensive ability rating scale for the spinal cord lesion patient
44-1 1/1/2007   Stefania Fatone, PhD, BPO(Hons) Effect of ankle-foot orthosis on roll-over shape in adults with hemiplegia
43-7 11/1/2006   Cynthia J. Brown, MD, MSPH Exercise program implementation proves not feasible during acute care hospitalization
43-7 11/1/2006   Elizabeth M. Hannold, PhD Locomotor training: Experiencing the changing body
43-7 11/1/2006   Ava D. Segal, MS Kinematic and kinetic comparisons of transfemoral amputee gait using
C-Leg and Mauch SNS prosthetic knees
43-7 11/1/2006   Mohammad Akbari, PhD Balance problems after unilateral lateral ankle sprains
43-5 8/1/2006   Robert Riener, Dr-Ing Human-centered robotics applied to gait training and assessment
43-5 8/1/2006   Stefan Hesse, MD Machines to support motor rehabilitation after stroke: 10 years of experience in Berlin
43-5 8/1/2006   David J. Reinkensmeyer, PhD Tools for understanding and optimizing robotic gait training
43-4 7/1/2006   Joan E. Sanders, PhD A noncontact sensor for measurement of distal residual-limb position during walking
43-4 7/1/2006   George Chen, PhD Treadmill training with harness support: Selection of parameters for individuals with poststroke hemiparesis
43-2 3/1/2006   Regina Konz, MS Effect of restricted spinal motion on gait
43-2 3/1/2006   Michael S. Orendurff, MS Gait efficiency using the C-Leg
43-2 3/1/2006   Jean Paysant, MD Influence of terrain on metabolic and temporal gait characteristics of unilateral transtibial amputees
42-6 11/1/2005   Lise C. Worthen, MS Key characteristics of walking correlate with bone density in individuals
with chronic stroke
42-6 11/1/2005   Jocelyn S. Berge, MSE Efficacy of shock-absorbing versus rigid pylons for impact reduction
in transtibial amputees based on laboratory, field, and outcome metrics
42-4 7/1/2005   Jama L. Purser, PT, PhD Walking speed predicts health status and hospital costs for frail elderly
male veterans
42-4 7/1/2005   Jennifer R. Nymark, MScA, BScPT Electromyographic and kinematic nondisabled gait differences
at extremely slow overground and treadmill walking speeds
42-3 5/1/2005   Andrew H. Hansen, PhD Effects of adding weight to the torso on roll-over characteristics of walking
42-2 3/1/2005   James T. Cavanaugh, PT, PhD, NCS Comparison of head- and body-velocity trajectories during locomotion among healthy and vestibulopathic subjects
42-2 3/1/2005   Steve C. Miff, PhD Temporal symmetries during gait initiation and termination in nondisabled ambulators and in people with unilateral transtibial limb loss
42-1 1/1/2005   Marc Kosak, MSPT Comparison of the 2-, 6-, and 12-minute walk tests in patients with stroke
41-6 11/1/2004   Janis J. Daly, PhD, MS Response of sagittal plane gait kinematics to weight-supported treadmill training and functional neuromuscular stimulation following stroke
41-6 11/1/2004   Michael S. Orendurff, MS The effect of walking speed on center of mass displacement
41-6 11/1/2004   Winson C. C. Lee, BSc Finite-element analysis to determine effect of monolimb flexibility on structural strength and interaction between residual limb and prosthetic socket
41-6 11/1/2004   Bonnie Yuk San Tsung Effectiveness of insoles on plantar pressure redistribution.
41-5 9/1/2004   Patrice L. (Tamar) Weiss, PhD The potential of virtual reality for rehabilitation
41-5 9/1/2004   Kazutoshi Yokogushi, PhD Biomechanical and clinical evaluation of a newly designed polycentric knee of transfemoral prosthesis
41-5 9/1/2004   Hans Chaudhry, PhD Measures of postural stability
41-5 9/1/2004   Alessandra de Carvalho Bastone, MS, PT Effect of an exercise program on functional performance of institutionalized elderly
41-5 9/1/2004   Kerstin Hagberg, PT Questionnaire for Persons with a Transfemoral Amputation (Q-TFA): Initial validity and reliability of a new outcome measure
41-5 9/1/2004   Arturo Zancan, MD A new hip-knee-ankle-foot sling: Kinematic comparison with a traditional ankle-foot orthosis
41-4 7/1/2004   Kim L. Coleman, MS Quantification of prosthetic outcomes: Elastomeric gel liner with locking pin suspension versus polyethylene foam liner with neoprene sleeve suspension
41-4 7/1/2004   George N. S. Marinakis, PhD Interlimb symmetry of traumatic unilateral transtibial amputees wearing two different prosthetic feet in the early rehabilitation stage
41-4 7/1/2004   Andrew H. Hansen, PhD Effects of shoe heel height on biologic rollover characteristics during walking
41-4 7/1/2004   Douglas G. Smith, MD Ambulatory activity in men with diabetes: Relationship between self-reported and real-world performance-based measures.
41-3a 5/1/2004   David L. Jaffe, MS Stepping over obstacles to improve walking in individuals with poststroke hemiplegia
41-2 3/1/2004   John Nyland, PT, EdD, SCS, ATC Comparison of the Easy Strutter Functional Orthosis System and axillary crutches during modified 3-point gait
41-2 3/1/2004   Zhiming Ji, PhD Computational method to evaluate ankle postural stiffness with ground reaction forces
41-1 1/1/2004   Kofi Amankwah, MS Effects of spinal cord injury on lower-limb passive joint moments revealed through a nonlinear viscoelastic model
40-6 11/1/2003   Bonnie Yuk San Tsung, Mphil Quantitative comparison of plantar foot shapes under different weight-bearing conditions
40-4s 7/1/2003   Timothy Schallert, PhD Brain-dependent movements and cerebral-spinal connections:
Key targets of cellular and behavioral enrichment in CNS
injury models
40-4 7/1/2003   Saud Al-Obaidi, PhD Basic gait parameters: A comparison of reference data for normal subjects 20 to 29 years of age from Kuwait and Scandinavia
40-2 3/1/2003   Steven A. Gard, PhD The effect of a shock-absorbing pylon on the gait of persons with unilateral transtibial amputation
40-1 1/1/2003   Incio Teixeira da Cunha-Filho PT, PhD Reliability of measures of gait performance and oxygen consumption with stroke survivors
40-1 1/1/2003   Martin Twiste, MSc Transverse rotation and longitudinal translation during prosthetic
gaitA literature review
40-1 1/1/2003   Kevin M. Means, MD Psychosocial effects of an exercise program in older persons who fall
39-6 11/1/2002   Patricia S. Pohl, PhD Rate of isometric knee extension strength development and walking speed after stroke
39-4 7/1/2002   Patricia S. Pohl, PhD, PT Influence of stroke-related impairments on performance in 6-minute walk test
39-3 5/1/2002   Heather Hartsell, PhD, PT Accuracy of a custom-designed activity monitor: Implications for diabetic foot ulcer healing
39-1 1/1/2002   Brian J. Hafner, BS Transtibial energy-storage-and-return prosthetic devices: A review of energy concepts and a proposed nomenclature
38-5 9/1/2001   Kelly Weaver, MD Design and validation of an instrument package designed to increase the reliability of ankle range of motion measurements
38-5 9/1/2001   Ronald Triolo, PhD Effects of stimulated hip extension moment and position on upper-limb support forces during FNS-induced standing--a technical note
38-5 9/1/2001   Ronald J. Triolo, PhD Selectivity of intramuscular stimulating electrodes in the lower limbs
38-5 9/1/2001   D. Casey Kerrigan, MD, MS Aesthetics of walking
38-5 9/1/2001   Thay Q. Lee, PhD The effects of tibial rotation on the patellofemoral joint: assessment of the changes in in situ strain in the peripatellar retinaculum and the patellofemoral contact pressures and areas<
38-4 7/1/2001   Michael C. Munin, MD Predictive factors for successful early prosthetic ambulation among lower-limb amputees
38-3 5/1/2001   Glenn K. Klute, PhD Mechanical properties of prosthetic limbs: adapting to the patient
38-2 3/1/2001   Incio Teixeira da Cunha Filho, PT, PhD A comparison of regular rehabilitation and regular rehabilitation with supported treadmill ambulation training for acute stroke patients
38-1 1/1/2001   S.W. Sin, Mphil Significance of non-level walking on transtibial prosthesis fitting with particular reference to the effects of anterior-posterior alignment
38-1 1/1/2001   Dorota Shortell, MSME The design of a compliant composite crutch
38-1 1/1/2001   Yocheved Laufer, DSc, PT The effect of treadmill training on the ambulation of stroke survivors in the early stages of rehabilitation
37-6 11/1/2000   Gery Colombo, MS Treadmill training of paraplegic patients using a robotic orthosis
37-6 11/1/2000   Stefan Hesse, MD A mechanized gait trainer for restoration of gait
37-5 9/1/2000   L. Vogt, MS Lumbar corsets: their effect on three-dimensional kinematics of the pelvis
37-4 7/1/2000   Michael S. Wilson, MS Equipment specifications for supported treadmill ambulation training: A technical note
37-4 7/1/2000   Michael D. McPartland, PhD Quantifying ataxia: Ideal trajectory analysis--
A Technical Note
37-3 5/1/2000   Michael S. Puniello, MS, PT, OCS Lifting characteristics of functionally limited elders
37-2 3/1/2000   Julie Glowacki, PhD In vitro engineering of cartilage
37-2 3/1/2000   Thomas P. Andriacchi, PhD Methods for evaluating the progression of osteoarthritis
37-1 1/1/2000   Stephanie B. Michaud, MS A preliminary investigation of pelvic obliquity patterns during gait in persons with transtibial and transfemoral amputation
37-1 1/1/2000   James C. Wall, PhD The Timed Get-up-and-go Test Revisited: Measurement of the Component Tasks
37-1 1/1/2000   Alexander S. Aruin, PhD Compelled weightbearing in persons with hemiparesis following stroke: The effect of a lift insert and goal-directed balance exercise
36-4 10/1/1999   Vincent K. Ramsey, MS A biomechanical evaluation of visually impaired persons' gait and long-cane mechanics
36-3 7/1/1999   Mahesh M. Bhatia, MS New On-line Parameters for Analysis of Dynamic Foot Pressures in Neuropathic Feet of Hansen's Disease Subjects
36-3 7/1/1999   Mary M. Rodgers, PhD, PT Gait characteristics of individuals with multiple sclerosis before and after a 6-month aerobic training program
36-3 7/1/1999   Chris A. McGibbon, PhD Effects of age and functional limitation on leg joint power and work during stance phase of gait
36-2 4/1/1999   Faye Y. Chiou-Tan, MD Comparison of upper limb muscle activity in four walking canes: A preliminary study
36-1 1/1/1999   Kim L. Coleman, MS Step activity monitor: long-term, continuous recording of ambulatory function
35-3 7/1/1998   Anthony D. Levins, MD Adaptive gait responses to plantar heel pain
35-2 6/1/1998   Tadashi Sumiya, MD Sensing stability and dynamic response of the F-Scan in-shoe
sensing system : A technical note
35-2 6/1/1998   Kevin M. Kelly, BA The Relationship Between Gait Parameters and Pain in Persons
with Transtibial Amputation : A Preliminary Report
35-2 6/1/1998   Francois Prince, PhD Mechanical efficiency during gait of adults with transtibial
amputation : A pilot study comparing the SACH, Seattle, and
Golden-Ankle prosthetic feet
34-3 7/1/1997   Roger M. Glaser, PhD, FACSM An Evolution of Exercise Physiolof Exercise on Functional Independence with Aging and Physical Disabilities
34-2 6/1/1997   Ziad O. Abu-Faraj, PhD A Holter-type, microprocessor-based, rehabilitation instrument for acquisition and storage plantar pressure data
34-2 6/1/1997   Brent J. Ruthenberg, MSME An experimental device for investigating the force and power requirements of a powered gait orthosis
34-1 1/1/1997   Bok Y. Lee, MD Noninvasive quantification of muscle oxygen in subjects with and without claudication
34-1 1/1/1997   Chun-Liang Lu, MD Influences of Cane Length on the Stability of Stroke Patients
34-1 1/1/1997   Laura A. Miller, MS Analysis of a vertical compliance prosthetic foot
34-1 1/1/1997   Christopher M. Powers, PhD, PT Stair ambulation in persons with transtibial amputation: An analysis the Seattle LightFootTm
33-4 10/1/1996   Kevin M. Means, MD The Obstacle Course : A Tool for the Assessment of Functional Balance and Mobility In the Elderly
32-4 10/1/1995   Michael S. Pinzur, MD The Effect of Prosthetic Alignment on Relative Limb Loading in Persons with Trans-tibial Amputation : A Preliminary Report
32-4 10/1/1995   Ronald D. Snyder, MD The effect of five prosthetic feet on the gait and loading of the sound limb in dysvascular below-knee amputees
32-4 10/1/1995   Boris S. Farber, DSc, PhD An above-knee prosthesis with a system of energy recovery: A technical note
32-3 7/1/1995   Ekaterina B. Titianova, MD, PhD Asymmetry in walking performance and postural sway in patients with chronic unilateral cerebral infarction
32-2 5/1/1995   Stephen A. Rossi, BSME Gait initiation of persons with below-knee amputation: The characterization and comparison of force profiles
32-2 5/1/1995   Leslie Torburn, MS, PT Energy expenditure during ambulation in dysvascular and traumatic below-knee amputees : A comparison of five prosthetic feet
32-2 5/1/1995   Scott A. Foerster The prediction of metabolic energy expenditure during gait from mechanical energy of the limb : A preliminary study
32-1 2/1/1995   Professor Dr. J. de Vries, MD, DsC Conventional 4-bar linkage knee mechanisms : A strengthweakness analysis
32-1 2/1/1995   Rowan D. English, D App Sc (PlO) Establishment of consistent gait after fitting of new components
32-1 2/1/1995   Herbert P. von Schroeder, MD Gait parameters following stroke : A practical assessment
31-4 11/1/1994   Ernest M. Burgess, MD Clinical and Laboratory Study of Amputation Surgery and Rehabilitation
31-3 8/1/1994   Tommy Oberg, MD, PhD Joint angle parameters in gait : Reference data for normal subjects, 10-79 years of age
31-3 8/1/1994   Marilyn Lord, PhD Pressure redistribution by molded inserts in diabetic footwear: A pilot study
31-1 1/1/1994   Jacquelin Perry, MD Gait Analysis : Technology and the Clinician
30-4 10/1/1993   Michael S. Pinzur, MD Gait analysis in peripheral vascular insufficiency through-knee amputation
30-4 10/1/1993   James E. Zachazewski, MS, PT, SCS, ATC Biomechanical analysis of body mass transfer during stair ascent and descent of healthy subjects
30-2 4/1/1993   Tommy Oberg, MD, PhD Basic gait parameters : Reference data for normal subjects, 10-79 years of age
29-4 11/1/1992   Matija Malezic Application of a programmable dual-charnel adaptive electrical stimulation system for the control and analysis of gait
29-2 5/1/1992   Zhenxing Jin, BS Instrumented parallel bars for three-dimensional force measurement
29-1 1/1/1992   Jacqueline J. Wertsch, MD A portable insole plantar pressure measurement syskm
28-4 11/1/1991   Thomas Pillar, MD Walking reeducation with partial relief of body weight in rehabilitation of patients with locomotor disabilities
28-3 9/1/1991   G. J. A. Siriwardena, MB, BS, FRCS Factors influencing rehabilitation of arteriosclerotic lower limb amputees
28-2 5/1/1991   M. Nissan, PhD The initiation of gait in lower limb amputees: Some related data
28-2 5/1/1991   Roy W. Wirta, BSME Effect on gait using various prosthetic ankle-foot devices
27-4 11/1/1990   Roy W. Wirta, BSME Analysis of below-knee suspension systems : Effect on gait
27-4 11/1/1990   Leslie Torburn, MS, PT Below-knee amputee gait with dynamic elastic response prosthetic feet: A pilot study
27-3 6/1/1990   Roy W. Wirta, BSME Effect of velocity and SF/SL, ratio on external work and gait movement wavefo s
27-3 6/1/1990   Eric J. Kuncir, MSBE Load-bearing characteristics of polyethylene foam: An examination of structural and compression properties
26-2 5/1/1989   Amit Patel, Btech A capacitance pressure sensor using a phase-locked loop
25-4 11/1/1988   Joshua S. Rovick, MS Pendular model of paraplegic swing-through crutch ambulation
24-2 5/1/1987   Richard Shiavi, PhD Electromyographic gait assessment, part 2:
Preliminary assessment of hemiparetic synergy patterns
24-2 5/1/1987   Richard Shiavi, PhD Electromyographic gait assessment, part 1:
Adult EMC profiles and walking speed
23-4 11/1/1986   Woodie C. Flowers A preliminary report on the use of a practical biofeedback device for gait training of above-knee amputees*
23-3 9/1/1986   E. Isakov, MD Biomechanical and physiological evaluation of FES-activated paraplegic patients*
22-3 9/1/1985   Richard Shiavi, PhD Electromyographic patterns in adult locomotion: A comprehensive review
22-1 2/1/1985   P. S. Walker, PhD External Knee Joint Design Based on Normal Motion
18-2     Yeongchi Wu, MD Scotchcast P.V.C. Interim Prosthesis for Below-Knee Amputees
17-2 10/1/1980   M. Patricia Murray, PhD Gait Patterns of Above-Knee Amputees Using Constant Friction Knee Components
17-2 10/1/1980   Herman J. Woltring, PhD Optoelectric (Selspot) Gait Measurement in Two- & Three-Dimensional Space - A Preliminary Report
17-1 4/1/1980   Roy W. Wirta A Technique for the Display of Joint Movement Deviations
17-1 4/1/1980   Avi Cohen, BS The Gait Laboratory Force Plate at the Cleveland VA Medical Center
16-1 4/1/1979   Leon Bennett, M.A.E. Locomotion Assitance Through Cane Impulse
15-1 4/1/1978   Gunilla Wannstedt, LPT Clinical Evaluation of a Sensory Feedback Device: The Limb Load Monitor