Identification of the contribution of the ankle and hip joints to multi-segmental balance control

@inproceedings{Boonstra2012IdentificationOT,
  title={Identification of the contribution of the ankle and hip joints to multi-segmental balance control},
  author={Tjitske A. Boonstra and Alfred C. Schouten and Herman van der Kooij},
  booktitle={Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation},
  year={2012}
}
Human stance involves multiple segments, including the legs and trunk, and requires coordinated actions of both. A novel method was developed that reliably estimates the contribution of the left and right leg (i.e., the ankle and hip joints) to the balance control of individual subjects. The method was evaluated using simulations of a double-inverted pendulum model and the applicability was demonstrated with an experiment with seven healthy and one Parkinsonian participant. Model simulations… CONTINUE READING
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