Iain W. Charlton

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The optimisation technique, optimised lower-limb gait analysis (OLGA), is described together with a preliminary study of repeatability compared to an implementation of the Newington-Helen Hayes gait model. The study of repeatability used a single healthy subject, three physiotherapists as observers and provided approximately 100 gait cycles. Improvement in(More)
There is currently little knowledge of the loading patterns of the bones and muscles of the shoulder girdle. Despite the existence of complex upper limb models, they have only recently been used to study the loading of the joints during tasks of daily living. Studying activities of daily living is vital in understanding the range of kinematics, load bearing(More)
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