Sadra Hemmati

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The ability to perform postural transitions such as sit-to-stand is an accepted metric for functional independence. The number of transitions performed in real-life situations provides clinically useful information for individuals recovering from lower extremity injury or surgery. Performance deficits during these transitions are well correlated to negative(More)
After surgical interventions such as anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction (ACLr), people exhibit altered gait mechanics due to joint impairments. Persistence of altered mechanics after resolution of impairments may be related to daily reinforcement of maladaptive behavior. Quantifying the contribution of such maladaptive motor strategies requires(More)
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