Enrique Bonugli

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Previous studies on neck muscle strength and motion have assumed or imposed varying constraints on the heads and bodies of the subjects. In this study, we asked 20 subjects to vigorously shake their heads 5-10 times in a completely unconstrained manner. The kinematics and kinetics of the head and neck were measured from video analysis and instrumentation(More)
The purpose of this study was to document head and neck loading in a group of ordinary people engaged in non-injurious everyday and more vigorous physical activities. Twenty (20) volunteers that were representative of the general population were subjected to seven test scenarios: a soccer ball impact to the forehead, a self-imposed hand strike to the(More)
Head injury is typically predicted using linear or rotational acceleration-based injury criteria. In many cases, the linear components of head acceleration can be determined more easily than the rotational components. Peak rotational head acceleration (apeak) can be calculated from the peak linear head acceleration (apeak) by assuming a value for the(More)
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