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The arch index: a useful measure from footprints.
Previous methods of measuring footprints for the purpose of classifying foot type are reviewed. A planimetric method is presented for characterizing footprints using the ratio of the area of theExpand
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A review of wearable sensors and systems with application in rehabilitation
The aim of this review paper is to summarize recent developments in the field of wearable sensors and systems that are relevant to the field of rehabilitation. The growing body of work focused on theExpand
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Determinants of walking function after stroke: differences by deficit severity.
OBJECTIVES To investigate the relationship of cardiovascular fitness (Vo(2)peak), neurologic deficits in balance and leg strength, and body composition to ambulatory function after stroke and toExpand
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Dynamic biomechanics of the normal foot and ankle during walking and running.
This article presents an overview of dynamic biomechanics of the asymptomatic foot and ankle that occur during walking and running. Functional descriptions for walking are provided along with aExpand
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The biomechanics of wheelchair propulsion in individuals with and without upper-limb impairment.
We used an instrumented wheelchair ergometer and 3D motion analysis system to collect joint kinematic and temporal data, as well as hand rim and joint kinetics, in 47 manual wheelchair users (MWCUs)Expand
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Pressure Distribution under Symptom-Free Feet during Barefoot Standing
The plantar pressure distributions for a large heterogeneous sample of feet (N = 107) were collected during barefoot standing using a capacitance mat. From these data, the function of the foot duringExpand
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Improving the efficacy of electrical stimulation-induced leg cycle ergometry: an analysis based on a dynamic musculoskeletal model
To improve the design and increase the effectiveness of electrical stimulation-induced leg cycle ergometry, it is necessary to have a better understanding of the factors that influence the forceExpand
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Biomechanics of wheelchair propulsion during fatigue.
Musculoskeletal injuries can result from overuse or incorrect use of manual wheelchairs, and can hinder rehabilitation efforts. The purpose of this study was to investigate wheelchair propulsionExpand
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Gait characteristics of individuals with multiple sclerosis before and after a 6-month aerobic training program.
Individuals who have multiple sclerosis (MS) typically experience problems with physical activities such as walking, resulting from the combined effects of skeletal muscle weakness, sensoryExpand
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Scapular kinematics during transfers in manual wheelchair users with and without shoulder impingement.
BACKGROUND Scapular function during humeral elevation has been reported in groups with and without shoulder impingement pathology. To date, no one has assessed scapular kinematics during upperExpand
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