Gil Serrancolí

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BACKGROUND The knowledge of muscle activation patterns when doing a certain task in subjects with anterior cruciate ligament deficiency could help to improve their rehabilitation treatment. The goal of this study is to identify differences in such patterns between anterior cruciate ligament-deficient and healthy subjects during walking. METHODS(More)
Neuromusculoskeletal models used to predict muscle and joint contact forces for a specific individual require specification of muscle-tendon, skeletal geometry, and neural control model parameter values. Though these parameter values should ideally be calibrated using in vivo data collected from the subject, they are often taken from generic models. This(More)
Though walking impairments are prevalent in society, clinical treatments are often ineffective at restoring lost function. For this reason, researchers have begun to explore the use of patient-specific computational walking models to develop more effective treatments. However, the accuracy with which models can predict internal body forces in muscles and(More)
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