Bryan E Wilk

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Unequal leg lengths result in asymmetric limb loading but opinions vary on the size of the difference inducing abnormal loading, and which limb sustains the greater load. Our study compared limb-loading asymmetries during walking for subjects with anatomic leg-length discrepancies between 1.0 and 3 cm, subjects without length discrepancies, and for subjects(More)
STUDY DESIGN Movement analysis of spinal motion. OBJECTIVE To compare spinal motion among females with normal spines, those with idiopathic scoliosis who had not had spinal fusion, and those who had undergone fusion for idiopathic scoliosis. SUMMARY OF BACKGROUND DATA Previous reports have documented loss of spinal motion following fusion for idiopathic(More)
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