Anne Meurer

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With suitable application and signal processing methods, surface electromyography is a comparatively simple instrument for investigating the temporal pattern of the muscular activity of a walking subject. The influence of changes both in the external experimental conditions (e.g. orthopedic shoe design) and in the human locomotor system (due to disease or(More)
Coupled with suitable computerized signal recording and processing methods surface electromyography can be a powerful tool for the analysis of muscle activity in specific body movements. It can be used for this purpose in experimental and in clinical diagnostic orthopaedics as well as in physiotherapy. We describe in this paper a motion analysis system(More)
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