Chris Mizelle

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BACKGROUND Old adults' ability to execute activities of daily living (ADLs) declines with age. One possible reason for this decline is that the execution of customary motor tasks requires a substantially greater effort in old compared with young adults relative to their available maximal capacity. METHODS We tested the hypothesis that the relative effort(More)
Stroke is a major cause of disability in the US, leaving most survivors with abnormal motor function, often resulting in hemiparetic gait. Quality of gait in this population has been well characterized by measures of velocity, though velocity alone provides only a general index of functional mobility. Researchers and clinicians should continue to develop a(More)
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