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For individuals with neuromuscular disorders, the assessment of walking energy efficiency is useful as a clinical outcome measure. Issues surrounding data collection methodology, normalization of the(More)
For ambulatory children with cerebral palsy, the assessment of walking energy efficiency is utilized to determine functional changes following surgical, pharmacologic, or orthotic interventions.(More)
OBJECTIVES To examine changes in isometric muscle strength at the elbow, knee, and ankle at 6 months and 1 year after selective dorsal rhizotomy (SDR) and to determine if SDR altered the frequency of(More)