Activity mapping of lower leg muscles using a circumferential electrode array

@inproceedings{Coza2009ActivityMO,
  title={Activity mapping of lower leg muscles using a circumferential electrode array},
  author={Aurel Coza and Vinzenz von Tscharner and Benno M Nigg},
  year={2009}
}
The timing of muscle activity during walking and standing is crucial for the understanding of normal and pathological functioning of the human body. All muscles crossing the ankle joint are an essential part of balance control during walking or standing. However, EMG measurements concentrate typically on the large muscles and neglect the small ones. An array of EMG electrodes was proposed to measure the circumferential EMG activity of the lower leg muscles. A wavelet based method was designed… CONTINUE READING