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A system for the analysis of foot and ankle kinematics during gait.
- S. Kidder, F. Abuzzahab, G. Harris, J. E. Johnson
- Mathematics, Medicine
- IEEE transactions on rehabilitation engineering…
- 1 March 1996
A five-camera Vicon (Oxford Metrics, Oxford, England) motion analysis system was used to acquire foot and ankle motion data. Expand
Analysis of postural control synergies during quiet standing in healthy children and children with cerebral palsy.
OBJECTIVE To estimate the contribution of body transverse rotation using weighted differential center of pressure signals during quiet standing in healthy children and in children with cerebral… Expand
Rectus Femoris Transfer for Children With Cerebral Palsy: Long-Term Outcome
The purpose of this study was to evaluate the long-term results of rectus femoris transfer in cerebral palsy children with stiff-knee gait. Thirty-eight affected limbs in 24 children were evaluated… Expand
Effect of rocker soles on plantar pressures.
- D. Brown, J. Wertsch, G. Harris, J. Klein, D. Janisse
- Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation
OBJECTIVE To examine the effect of different types of rocker soles on plantar pressures. DESIGN In-shoe plantar pressures were measured in subjects without deformity with baseline shoes and 3 types… Expand
Biomechanical implications of the negative heel rocker sole shoe: gait kinematics and kinetics.
Rocker sole shoes are commonly prescribed to diabetic patients with insensate feet. Recent passage of the therapeutic shoe bill has drawn an increased focus to prescription rehabilitative footwear.… Expand
Motion of the Multisegmental Foot in Hallux Valgus
- Karl Canseco, L. Rankine, J. Long, Thomas Smedberg, R. Marks, G. Harris
- Foot & ankle international
- 1 February 2010
Background: Hallux valgus is a common condition characterized by lateral deviation of the large toe and medial deviation of the first metatarsal. While some gait analyses of patients with hallux… Expand
Reduced diaphyseal strength associated with high intracortical vascular porosity within long bones of children with osteogenesis imperfecta.
Osteogenesis imperfecta is a genetic disorder resulting in bone fragility. The mechanisms behind this fragility are not well understood. In addition to characteristic bone mass deficiencies, research… Expand
Biomechanics of the double rocker sole shoe: gait kinematics and kinetics.
- J. T. Long, N. Sirota, J. Klein, J. Wertsch, D. Janisse, G. Harris
- Conference proceedings : ... Annual International…
This paper reports the kinematic and kinetic changes in gait with bilateral double rocker sole shoe modifications. Three-dimensional motion analysis techniques were used to evaluate gait… Expand
Multisegmental foot modeling: a review.
Over the past two decades, a number of multisegmental foot models have been developed in order to characterize foot kinematics. This paper reviews methods of multisegmental foot modeling, technical… Expand
Walker-assisted gait in rehabilitation: a study of biomechanics and instrumentation
- R.A. Bachschmidt, G. Harris, G. Simoneau
- Engineering, Medicine
- IEEE Transactions on Neural Systems and…
- 1 March 2001
A strain gauge-based walker instrumentation system was developed for the six degree-of-freedom measurement of resultant subject hand loads. Expand