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Clinically Important Differences for the Upper-Extremity Fugl-Meyer Scale in People With Minimal to Moderate Impairment Due to Chronic Stroke
Background The upper-extremity portion of the Fugl-Meyer Scale (UE-FM) is one of the most established and commonly used outcome measures in stroke rehabilitative trials. Empirical work is needed toExpand
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Estimating Clinically Important Change in Gait Speed in People With Stroke Undergoing Outpatient Rehabilitation
Background and Purpose: Gait speed is commonly used to assess walking ability in people with stroke. It is not clear how much change in gait speed reflects an important change in walking ability. TheExpand
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How Much Change in the Stroke Impact Scale-16 Is Important to People Who Have Experienced a Stroke?
Abstract Background: The Stroke Impact Scale-16 (SIS-16) is used clinically and in research to measure quality of life after stroke. There are no studies that have estimated how much change on theExpand
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Tongue-based biofeedback for balance in stroke: results of an 8-week pilot study.
OBJECTIVE To assess balance recovery and quality of life after tongue-placed electrotactile biofeedback training in patients with stroke. DESIGN Prospective multicenter research design. SETTINGExpand
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High-Intensity Interval Training and Moderate-Intensity Continuous Training in Ambulatory Chronic Stroke: Feasibility Study
Background Poststroke guidelines recommend moderate-intensity, continuous aerobic training (MCT) to improve aerobic capacity and mobility after stroke. High-intensity interval training (HIT) has beenExpand
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High-Intensity Interval Training in Stroke Rehabilitation
Abstract After stroke, people with weakness enter a vicious cycle of limited activity and deconditioning that limits functional recovery and exacerbates cardiovascular risk factors. ConventionalExpand
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Speed-dependent body weight supported sit-to-stand training in chronic stroke: a case series.
BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE Body weight support (BWS) and speed-dependent training protocols have each been used for poststroke gait training, but neither approach has been tested in the context ofExpand
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Resting‐state functional connectivity of subcortical locomotor centers explains variance in walking capacity
Walking capacity influences the quality of life and disability in normal aging and neurological disease, but the neural correlates remain unclear and subcortical locomotor regions identified inExpand
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Predicting Home and Community Walking Activity Poststroke
Background and Purpose— Walking ability poststroke is commonly assessed using gait speed categories developed by Perry et al. The purpose of this study was to reexamine factors that predict home andExpand
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Does Aerobic Exercise and the FITT Principle Fit into Stroke Recovery?
Sedentary lifestyle after stroke is common which results in poor cardiovascular health. Aerobic exercise has the potential to reduce cardiovascular risk factors and improve functional capacity andExpand
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