The effect of level of spinal cord injury on shoulder joint kinetics during manual wheelchair propulsion.

@article{Kulig2001TheEO,
  title={The effect of level of spinal cord injury on shoulder joint kinetics during manual wheelchair propulsion.},
  author={K. Kulig and Craig J. Newsam and Sara J. Mulroy and Sreesha S. Rao and JoAnne K. Gronley and Ernest L. Bontrager and Jacquelin Perry},
  journal={Clinical biomechanics},
  year={2001},
  volume={16 9},
  pages={744-51}
}
OBJECTIVE The effects of spinal cord injury level on shoulder kinetics during manual wheelchair propulsion were studied. DESIGN Single session data collection in a laboratory environment. METHODS Male subjects were divided into four groups: low level paraplegia (n=17), high level paraplegia (n=19), C7 tetraplegia (C7, n=16) and C6 tetraplegia (C6, n=17). Measurements were recorded using a six-camera VICON motion analysis system, a strain gauge instrumented wheel, and wheelchair ergometer… CONTINUE READING

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