E M Strickler

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A modified isokinetic strengthening program for the knee flexors and extensors was evaluated in 32 patients with severe hemophilia. The program was effective in significantly strengthening the knee flexors and extensors; it did not increase the number of knee hemarthroses; and it could be done at home without special equipment. The greater increases in(More)
The purposes of this study were to 1) measure peak torques generated by knee extensors and flexors in hemophilia patients; 2) describe flexor to extensor; 3) record the point in the arc of motion where peak torque was achieved; 4) correlate results with age, degree of hemophilic arthropathy, and presence of flexion contracture; and 5) compare results with(More)
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