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ACL And Pain

  1. MOTOR PERFORMANCE OF INDIVIDUALS WITH PATELLOFEMORAL PAIN SYNDROME DURING STEP DOWN
    Anamaria Siriani de Oliveira, Débora Bevilaqua-Grossi, Helga Tatiana Tucci, Kevin J McQuade, Lilian Ramiro Felicio
  2. A COMPARISON OF DIRECT AND INVERSE KINEMATIC MODELLING APPROACHES AND THEIR INFLUENCE ON KNEE ABDUCTION MOMENT ESTIMATES AND ACL INJURY RISK CLASSIFICATION
    Cyril J. Donnelly, Jessica Tsao, Jos Vanrenterghem, Mark A. Robinson
  3. A PROSPECTIVE STUDY EVALUATING THE EFFECTS OF MANUAL THERAPY ON THE TREATMENT OF ANTERIOR KNEE PAIN
    Conrad Tang, John Robert, Sarah Wuest, Walter Herzog
  4. ACTIVITY PROGRESSION FOR ANTERIOR CRUCIATE LIGAMENT INJURED INDIVIDUALS
    Kate Button, Paulien Roos, Robert van Deursen
  5. RELIABILITY OF THE ELECTROMYOGRAPHIC PARAMETERS OF FREQUENCY DOMAIN FOR CHARACTERIZATION OF THE PATELLOFEMORAL PAIN SYNDROME
    Deisi Ferrari, Fábio Mícolis de Azevedo, Heloyse Uliam Kuriki, Neri Alves, Rúben de Faria Negão Filho
  6. MOTOR CONTROL STRATEGIES TO REDUCE KNEE MOMENTS IN THE INJURED LEG DURING A DOUBLE LEG SQUAT IN ANTERIOR CRUCIATE INJURED PATIENTS
    Paulien Roos, Kate Button, Robert van Deursen
  7. MODULATING ACL AND INTERCONDYLAR NOTCH INDICES IN MATURING FEMALES: IMPLICATIONS FOR LIGAMENT INJURY
    Grant Goulet, Scott McLean, Steven Davidson
  8. RELIABILITY OF THE ELECTROMYOGRAPHIC PARAMETERS OF FREQUENCY DOMAIN FOR CHARACTERIZATION OF THE PATELLOFEMORAL PAIN SYNDROME
    Deisi Ferrari, Fábio Mícolis de Azevedo, Heloyse Uliam Kuriki, Neri Alves, Rúben de Faria Negão Filho

Back

  1. ANALYSIS OF THE TRUNK TILT AND LUMBAR LORDOSIS DURING LOCOMOTION AT DIFFERENTS GRADIENTS
    Marcelo Costa de Paula, Mário Hebling Campos, René Brenzikofer
  2. INFLUENCE OF ATTENTIONAL FOCUS ON THE MID-LATERAL OSCILLATION OF THE CENTER OF MASS IN SUBJECTS WITH LOW BACK PAIN
    Carlos Bolli Mota, Daniel Pozzobon, Joane Severo Ribeiro, Mateus Correa Silveira, Patrícia Paludette Dorneles, Priscila Gularte Padoin
  3. VARIABILIY OF TRUNK MUSCLE CO-ACTIVATION DURING REPEATED THORACOLUMBAR FLEXION IN 4-POINT KNEELING
    Kathrin Tobner, Stephanie Valentin, Theresia Licka
  4. MUSCULAR ISOKINETIC ANALISYS OF LONG-TERM DRIVERS ON A CAR-SIMULATOR PILOT PROJECT
    Angelica Castilho Alonso, Felipe Nunes Dionisio, Julia Maria D’Andrea Greve, Luis Mochizuki
  5. THE EFFECT OF TWO TRAINING PROTOCOLS ON SPINAL MOBILITY OF PATIENTS WITH CHRONIC LUMBAR SPINE PATHOLOGIES
    Dimitrios Patikas, Fotini Arabatzi, Maria Papagiannaki
  6. A FINITE ELEMENT STUDY OF MECHANICAL BEHAVIOUR OF INSTRUMENTED LUMBAR SPINE WITH THREE DIFFERENT LONGITUDINAL RODS DESIGNS: SLIDING ARTICULATED, FLEXIBLE AND RIGID
    Lucas Venancio P C Lima, Phillipe Rouch, Wafa Skalli
  7. THE EFFECT OF KYPHOPLASY ON THE LOAD TRANSFER WITHIN THE LUMBAR SPINE CONSIDERING THE BIOMECHANICAL RESPONSE OF VERTEBRAL BODIES AND LIGAMENTOUS TISSUE
    Alexander Tsouknidas, Kleovoulos Anagnostidis, Nikolaos Michailidis, Nikolaos Tsirelis, Savvas Savvakis
  8. SENSITIVITY ANALYSIS OF THE ANNULUS FIBROSUS FIBERS INCLINATION IN A PARAMETRIC MODEL OF INTERVERTEBRAL DISC
    Adriana Lammardo, Carmen Müller-Karger, Lilibeth Zambrano

Back And Neck

  1. ANALYSIS OF KINEMATICS AND DISABILITY IN CERVICAL SURGERY PATIENTS
    Cattrysse E., Moens M., Schaillée E., Van Roy P
  2. ANALYSIS OF THE ELECTROMYOGRAPHIC FATIGUE THRESHOLD OF THE ERECTOR SPINAE MUSCLES IN INDIVIDUALS WITH CHRONIC LOW BACK PAIN
    Bruno F. Mazuquin, Fernanda Q.R.C. Mostagi, Jefferson R. Cardoso, Josilainne M. Dias, Karen Obara, Ligia M. Pereira, Maria Simone T. Barreto
  3. HOW DOES BACK PAIN AFFECT STABILITY AND MUSCLE ACTIVITIES OF THE TRUNK?
    Marco Freddolini, Raymond Lee, Siobhan Strike
  4. RELIABILITY OF FINITE HELICAL AXIS PARAMETERS IN CERVICAL KINEMATICS
    Claudia Jehle, Corrado Cescon, Erik Cattrysse, Marco Barbero, Ron Clijsen
  5. SAFER SLING INSERTION: REDUCING RISK OF BACK INJURY DURING PATIENT HANDLING
    Emily King, Geoff Fernie, Pam Holliday, Susan Gorski, Tilak Dutta (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.)
  6. THE EFFECT OF ANATOMICAL LANDMARK MISPLACEMENT ERRORS ON TRUNK JOINT ANGLES MEASUREMENT
    Hossein Rouhani, Kei Masani, Milos R. Popovic, Richard Preuss, Sara Ayatollahzadeh
  7. TRACKING OF THE FLEXION- EXTENSION MOVEMENT OF THE CERVICAL VERTEBRAE USING FLUOROSCOPY
    Haiyong Liu, Lasse Riis Østergaard, Mark de Zee, Paweł Karczewski, Rasmus Wiberg Nedergaard, René Lindstrøm
  8. OPTIMIZATION OF A DYNAMIC SPINAL IMPLANT: SELECTION OF A POLYMER MATERIAL
    António Ramos, Lucie Monède-Hocquard, Michel Mesnard, Olivier Gille

Cerebral Palsy, Stroke And Spasticity

  1. ACHILLES TENDON MORPHOLOGICAL PROPERTIES IN POSTSTROKE SURVIVORS
    Bruno Freire, Camila Dias de Castro, Caroline Pieta Dias, Irênio Gomes, Jefferson Becker, Marco Aurélio Vaz, Natália Batista Albuquerque Goulart
  2. CHANGES OF THIGH MUSCLE ARCHITECTURE AFTER BODY WEIGHT SUPPORTED TREADMILL TRAINING ON PERSONS AFTER SUBACUTE STROKE
    Kedi Chen, Le Li, Na Chen
  3. COMPARISON OF IMPARTED FORCES BETWEEN RIGID AND DYNAMIC SEATING SYSTEMS DURING ACTIVITIES OF DAILY LIVING BY CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY
    Karl Lees, Katika Samaneein, Peter Greene, Philip Riches
  4. SIMULTANEOUS ANTAGONISTIC-AGONISTIC STIMULATION CAUSES PARALLELISM BETWEEN MECHANICS OF SPASTIC GRACILIS MUSCLE AND THE PATIENTS MOVEMENT LIMITATION
    Can A. Yucesoy, Filiz Ateş, Yener Temelli
  5. MEASUREMENT OF VISCOUS AND ELASTIC PROPERTIES OF SOFT TISSUE BY MYOTONOMETER
    Petr Sifta, Vaclav Bittner
  6. THREE MONTH IMPROVEMENT IN SPATIOTEMPORAL GAIT PARAMETERS OF STROKE PATIENTS
    Aline A. Carmo, Ana F.R.Kleiner,Paula Sueyoshi, Hélio M.Yoshida, Fabrício O. Lima, Patrícia H.Garcia, Cristiane A.C.Miranda, Jéssica L. Caldas, Tatiana Rosa, Ricardo M.L.Barros.
  7. DO SKELETAL MUSCLE PROPERTIES RECOVER FOLLOWING REPEAT BOTULINUM TOXIN TYPE-A INJECTIONS?
    Rafael Fortuna, Monika Horisberger, Marco Aurélio Vaz, Walter Herzog

Clinical Foot

  1. ATROPHY AND STRENGTH LOSS OF FOOT MUSCLES AND PLANTAR PRESSURE FOLLOWING 21-DAYS BED-REST
    Angela Höhne, Gert-Peter Brüggemann, Jochen Zange, Kerstin Stöcker
  2. BIOMECHANICAL PREDICTORS OF EFFECTIVE ORTHOTIC THERAPY FOR PAINFUL PES CAVUS
    Bijan Najafi, James Wrobel, Joshua Burns
  3. DEVELOPMENT OF A FOOT MULTISCALE MODEL FOR DIABETIC FOOT PREVENTION
    Alessandra Scarton, Angelo Avogaro, Annamaria Guiotto, Bernard Schrefler, Claudio Cobelli, Daniela Boso, Gabriella Guarneri, Giuseppe Sciumè, Zimi Sawacha
  4. FOOT LOADING CHARACTERISTICS OF UGANDAN CLUBFOOT CHILDREN AFTER PONSETI TREATMENT
    Dieter Rosenbaum, Kerstin Bosch, Shafique Pirani, Stephanie Böhm
  5. INFLUENCE OF OFFLOADING DEVICES’ SIZE AND INDUCED LIMB LENGTH DISCREPANCY UPON GAIT AND PERCEIVED COMFORT OF INDIVIDUALS AT RISK OF DIABETIC FOOT ULCERATION
    Joseph Candela, Ramin Ghazizadeh, Ryan T. Crews
  6. PLANTAR PRESSURE DISTRIBUTION DURING STAIR DESCENT IN SUBJECTS WITH AND WITHOUT FOREFOOT VARUS: A PILOT STUDY
    Ana Luisa Granado Ferreira, Fábio Viadanna Serrão, Rodrigo Scattone da Silva
  7. PLANTAR PRESSURE PATTERNS DURING GAIT OF DIFFERENT DEGREES OF DIABETIC NEUROPATHY SEVERITY CLASSIFIED BY A FUZZY EXPERT MODEL
    Adriana N. Hamamoto, Cristina D. Sartor, Isabel C. N. Sacco, Lucas M. G. Tonicelli, Ricky Watari
  8. PLANTAR PRESSURE RESULTS OF A COMBINED STRENGTHENING, STRETCHING AND FUNCTIONAL TRAINING PROGRAM FOR DIABETIC NEUROPATHIC PATIENTS: A RANDOMIZED CONTROLED TRIAL
    Cristina D.Sartor, Isabel CN Sacco, Licia P.Cacciari, Marco K.Butugan, Renata H Hasue, Ricky Watari

Foot And Ankle

  1. DISTRIBUTED LOADING AND MULTI-SEGMENT KINEMATICS FOR THE FUNCTIONAL EVALUATION OF FOOT PATHOLOGIES: PRELIMINARY EXPERIENCE WITH VARYING DEGREES OF FLAT-FOOT SEVERITY
    Alberto Leardini, Claudia Giacomozzi, Giada Lullini, Paolo Caravaggi
  2. BIOMECHANICAL FUNCTION OF THE PLANTAR INTRINSIC FOOT MUSCLES
    Andrew Cresswell, Glen Lichtwark, Luke Kelly, Rodney Whiteley, Sebastien Racinais
  3. SOLE SEARCHING- EXPLORING THE SPRING FUNCTION OF THE ARCH OF THE FOOT ACROSS DIFFERENT FOOT STRIKE TECHNIQUES USING A NOVEL INSOLE APPROACH
    Ian North, Jacqueline Alderson, Jonas Rubenson, Sarah Stearne
  4. EFFECT OF A SEMI-RIGID ANKLE STABILIZER ON A SIMULATED ISOLATED SUBTALAR JOINT INSTABILITY
    Julie Choisne, Matthew Hoch, Sebastian Bawab, Stacie I. Ringleb
  5. HINDFOOT KINEMATICS DURING A DOUBLE LIMB HEELRISE IN PERSONS WITH END-STAGE ANKLE ARTHRITIS
    Alison C. Novak, D. Joshua Mayich, Geoff R. Fernie, Timothy R. Daniels
  6. KINEMATIC CHANGES IN THE RHEUMATOID ARTHRITIC FOOT ARE RELATED TO PATHOLOGIES OF FOOT JOINTS AND TENDONS
    Hetty Baan, Jaap Buurke, Rosemary Dubbeldam
  7. TOO LAX: MECHANICAL ANKLE INSTABILITY IMPAIRS JOINT CONTROL IN THE ANKLE SPRAINS MECHANISM
    Albert Gollhofer, Benedikt Lauber, Dominic Gehring, Heinz Lohrer, Katrin Faschian, Tanja Nauck
  8. VALIDITY AND RELIABILITY OF FOOT MUSCLE VOLUME DETERMINATION BY MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING
    Eric White, George Salem, Patrick Colletti, Rami Hashish, Sachithra Samarawickrame, Samuel Ward

Hip Joint #1

  1. DISCRIMINANT FUNCTION ANALYSIS USING RADIOGRAPHIC AND SQUAT DEPTH PARAMETERS TO CLASSIFY CAM FEMOROACETABULAR IMPINGEMENT
    K.C. Geoffrey Ng, Mario Lamontagne, Paul E. Beaulé
  2. ESTIMATION OF THE STRESS DISTRIBUTION IN A DYSPLASTIC HIP JOINT, A CASE STUDY PRE AND POST-OPERATIVE
    Carlos D. García-Sarmiento, Carlos J. Cortés-Rodríguez, Freddy L. Bueno-Palomeque
  3. IMPLICATIONS OF LOCAL OSTEOPOROSIS ON THE EFFICACY OF ANTI-RESORPTIVE DRUG TREATMENT: A 3-YEAR FOLLOW-UP FINITE-ELEMENT STUDY IN RISEDRONATE-TREATED WOMEN
    D Anitha, Taeyong Lee
  4. IN VIVO MEASUREMENTS OF FRICTION IN TOTAL HIP JOINT PROSTHESES DURING WALKING 3 AND 12 MONTHS POST-OPERATIVELY
    A. Bender, F. Graichen, G. Bergmann, P. Damm
  5. PROXIMAL FEMORAL FRAME: APPLICATION IN CAM FEMOROACETABULAR SURGERY
    Charison Tay, Justin Cobb, Milad Masjedi, Simon Harris
  6. RESEARCH SYNTHESIS OF RECOMMENDED ACETABULAR CUP ORIENTATIONS FOR TOTAL HIP ARTHROPLASTY
    Avril Thomson, Claire Harrison, Philip E Riches, Philip Rowe, Steven Cutts
  7. COMPARING SQUAT KINEMATICS AND KINETICS USING SUBJECT-SPECIFIC PELVIS LANDMARKS AND HIP JOINT CENTRES FROM CT DATA
    Daniel Varin, K.C. Geoffrey Ng, Kevin D. Dwyer, Mario Lamontagne
  8. JOINT POSITION SENSE IS NOT AFFECTED BY FATIGUE OF HIP ABDUCTORS MUSCLES
    Jerônimo Rafael Skau, Flávia de Andrade e Souza, Helen Farias dos Anjos Fernandes, Rebecca Farias Meira, Ana Paula Xavier Ladeira, Ulysses Fernandes Ervilha

Hip Joint #2

  1. MUSCLE STRENGTH, SIZE AND QUALITY IN HIP OSTEOARTHRITIS
    Aderson Loureiro, Maria Constantinou, Peter Mills, Rod Barrett
  2. CLASSIFICATION OF PATIENTS WITH FEMOROACETABULAR IMPINGEMENT USING PELVIS AND HIP ANGULAR DISPLACEMENT DURING GAIT
    Flavio F. Nobre, Gustavo Leporace, Jurandir Nadal, Liszt P. Oliveira Leonardo Metsavaht, Luiz Alberto Batista
  3. BENEFITS OF HYDROTHERAPY FOR REHABILITATION OF PATIENTS SUBMITTED TO TOTAL HIP ARTHROPLASTY
    Carla Mirelle Giotto Mai, Jaqueline de Fátima Biazus, Juliana Martins Saviatto, Tiago Moreno Volkmer
  4. COMPENSATORY MECHANISMS USED BY PATIENTS WITH HIP OSTEOARTHRITIS DURING WALKING AND TURNING
    Haruhiko Akiyama, Hiroshige Tateuchi, Kazutaka So, Noriaki Ichihashi, Rui Tsukagoshi, Yoshihiro Fukumoto, Yutaka Kuroda
  5. EMG ACTIVITY OF FEMOROACETABULAR IMPINGEMENT PATIENTS DURING SQUATTING
    Giulia Mantovani, Kevin D. Dwyer, Mario Lamontagne, Paul E. Beaulé
  6. PATIENT-SPECIFIC MUSCULOSKELETAL MODELING OF HIP DYSPLASIA
    Bart Koopman, Lara Vigneron, Marjolein van der Krogt, Nico Verdonschot, Pim Pellikaan, René Fluit, Sjoerd Kolk
  7. USE OF ROBOTIC TECHNOLOGY IN CAM FEMOROACETABULAR IMPINGEMENT CORRECTIVE SURGERY
    Adeel Aqil, Justin Cobb, Milad Masjedi, Simon Harris, Sunnar Jaskaranjit, Wei Liang Tan
  8. EFFECT OF FEMORAL NECK SHAFT AND ANTEVERSION ANGLES ON HIP CONTACT FORCE
    Priti Yadav, Eva Pontén, Elena M Gutierrez-Farewik

Knee Osteoarthritis

  1. KINEMATIC AND KINETIC PARAMETERS DURING STAIR ASCENT AND DESCENT IN PEOPLE WITH EARLY-STAGE KNEE-JOINT OSTEOARTHRITIS
    Alison H McGregor, Dominic FL Southgate, Lynsey D Duffell, Vivek Gulati
  2. POSTURAL BEHAVIOR IN PATIENTS WITH SEVERE KNEE OSTEOARTHRITIS DURING A QUIET STANDING TASK
    Alison H McGregor, Dominic FL Southgate, Lynsey D Duffell, Vivek Gulati
  3. TOWARDS AUTOMATICALLY ASSESSING OSTEOARTHRITIS SEVERITY BY REGRESSION TREES & SVMS
    Aldo A. Faisal, Alison H. McGregor, Lynsey D. Duffell, Margarita Kotti
  4. UNILATERAL AND BILATERAL KNEE OSTEOARTHRITIS EXHIBIT DIFFERENT KINEMATIC BUT SIMILAR PAIN AND STRENGTH RESPONSES TO AN EXERCISE INTERVENTION
    Blayne Hettinga, Kathryn Mills, Reed Ferber, Sean Osis
  5. DO PATIENTS WITH KNEE OSTEOARTHRITIS USE DIFFERENT STRATEGIES DURING SIT-TO-STAND TASK?
    Anne Lubbeke, Domizio Suva, Katia Turcot, Pierre Hoffmeyer, Stéphane Armand, Yoshimasa Sagawa Júnior
  6. EFFECTIVENESS OF LONG-TERM USE OF MINIMALIST FOOTWEAR ON PAIN, FUNCTION AND MECHANICAL LOADS IN KNEE OSTEOARTHRITIS
    Alessandra Matias, Claúdia Goldenstein-Schainberg, Francis Trombini-Souza, Isabel C.N. Sacco, Ivye Pereira, Mariane Yokota, Ricardo Fuller
  7. RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN KNEE POWER AND MEDIAL KNEE JOINT LOADS IN KNEE OSTEOARTHRITIS
    Jack P. Callaghan, Jonathan D. Adachi, Karen A. Beattie, Kristina M. Calder, Monica R. Maly, Neha Arora
  8. BODY WEIGHT SUPPORT REDUCED PAIN AND NORMALIZED MUSCLE ACTIVATION STRATEGY IN PATIENTS WITH KNEE OSTEOARTHRITIS.
    Bente R. Jensen, Katrine L. Cappelen, Stig Sonne-Holm

Knee Replacement

  1. DYNAMIC JOINT STIFFNESS AND PERIARTICULAR CO-ACTIVATION PATTERNS AT THE KNEE AND ANKLE BEFORE AND AFTER TOTAL KNEE ARTHROPLASTY
    Craig Mahoney, Tomasz Podobinski, Vassilios Vardaxis
  2. EFFECT OF HIGH QUALITY ADDITIONAL TRAINING ON REHABILITATION OUTCOME OF PATIENTS WITH KNEE ENDOPROSTHESIS
    C. Disselhorst-Klug, F.U. Niethard, M. Ferdinand Bergamo, M. Tingart
  3. IN-VIVO ANATOMY-BASED PATELLAR TRACKING IN NAVIGATED TOTAL KNEE REPLACEMENT
    Alberto Leardini, Andrea Ensini, Claudio Belvedere, Harald Boschert, Sandro Giannini
  4. KNEE BIOMECHANICS TWO MONTHS AFTER TOTAL KNEE ARTHROPLASTY
    Alon Wolf, Amit Sigal, Arielle G. Fisher, Arnan Greental, Benjamin Bernfeld, Eytan M. Debbi, Mazen Falah, Michael Soudri, Ronen Debi
  5. KNEE STIFFNESS FOLLOWING TOTAL KNEE ARTHROPLASTY: COMPARISON OF COMPUTER ASSISTED SURGERY AND CONVENTIONAL TECHNIQUE
    Chris Ugbolue, David Russell, Julie Smith, Mark Blyth, Philip Rowe
  6. THE ACCURACY OF A ROBOTICALLY-CONTROLLED FREEHAND SCULPTING TOOL FOR UNICONDYLAR KNEE REPLACEMENT
    Angela Deakin, Frederic Picard, Julie Smith, Philip Riches, Philip Rowe
  7. THE 3D BODY CENTRE OF MASS TRAJECTORY BEFORE AND AFTER TOTAL KNEE ARTHROPLASTY: SYMMETRY AND MECHANICAL WORK
    Alberto E. Minetti, Dario Cazzola, Elena Seminati, Luca Pulici, Paolo Cabitza, Pietro Randelli
  8. BIOMECHANICAL ANALYSIS OF THE SIT-TO-STAND MOVEMENT FOLLOWING KNEE REPLACEMENT: A CROSS-SECTIONAL OBSERVATIONAL STUDY
    Andy Kerr, Angela H. Deakin, Frederic Picard, John M. Dillon, Jon V. Clarke, Ukadike C.Ugbolue

Parkinsons, Alzheimer And Concussion

  1. ANALYSES OF EFFECT OF SYMPTOM FATIGUE AND MUSCLES FATIGUE IN THE GAIT OF THE PATIENTS WITH PARKINSON’S DISEASE
    Baptista AM, Barbieri FA, Beretta VS, Gobbi LTB, Orcioli-Silva D, Santos PCR, Simieli L
  2. ASSESSMENT OF POSTURAL BALANCE AMONG INDIVIDUALS WITH PARKINSON’S DISEASE WITH AND WITHOUT EFFECTS FROM DOPAMINERGIC MEDICATIONS
    Angelica Castilho Alonso, Cristina Prota, Júlia Maria D’Andréa Greve, Juliana Plato de Siqueira, Natália Mariana Silva Luna
  3. DEEP BRAIN STIMULATION CAN INFLUENCE GAIT IN INDIVIDUALS WITH ESSENTIAL TREMOR: TWO CASE STUDIES
    Christopher R.P. Lind, Jacqueline A. Alderson, Luqman Aziz, Nova B. Thani, Siobhan Reid
  4. DUAL-TASK EFFECT ON GAIT BALANCE CONTROL IN CONCUSSED ADOLESCENTS
    David R. Howell, Li-Shan Chou, Louis R. Osternig
  5. EFFECT OF DUAL-TASK IN THE KINETIC PARAMETERS OF WALKING IN INDIVIDUALS WITH ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE
    Barbieri FA, Gobbi LTB, Macari AB, Orcioli-Silva D, Santos PCR, Simieli L, Vitório R
  6. EFFECTS OF BILATERAL DEEP BRAIN STIMULATION IN THE SUBTHALAMIC NUCLEUS AND LEVODOPA ON GAIT IN PARKINSON’S DISEASE
    Danielli Souza Speciali, João Carlos Ferrari Correa, Julia Maria D’Andrea, Natália Mariana Luna, Paulo Roberto Garcia Lucareli, Rachael Brant, Richard Baker, Wagner de Godoy
  7. LOCOMOTOR BEHAVIOR OF FALLERS AND NON-FALLERS PATIENTS WITH PARKINSON’S DISEASE.
    André Macari Baptista, Claudia Teixeira-Arroyo, Ellen Lirani-Silva, Lilian Teresa Bucken Gobbi, Rodrigo Vitório
  8. TEMPORAL GAIT PARAMETERS DETERMINATION FROM SHANK-WORN MIMU SIGNALS RECORDED DURING HEALTHY AND PATHOLOGICAL GAIT
    Andrea Cereatti, Andrea Ravaschio, Diana Trojaniello, Gabriele Paolini, Ugo Della Croce

Shoulder #1

  1. EMG DIAGNOSTICS OF FUNCTIONAL RETRAINING OF EXTERNAL ROTATION TASKS AFTER LATISSIMUS DORSI TRANSFER.
    Andreas Imhoff, Ansgar Schwirtz, Johannes Plath, Knut Beitzel, Stefan Buchmann, Wolfgang Seiberl
  2. EVALUATION OF A MULTIPLE CALIBRATION PROCEDURE FOR SCAPULA RECONSTRUCTION
    Kathleen Shorter, Mike Lauder, Neal Smith
  3. INFLUENCE OF THE ANTERIOR SHOULDER MUSCULATURE STRETCHING ON SCAPULAR KINEMATICS
    Anamaria Siriani de Oliveira, Helga Tatiana Tucci, Kevin J McQuade, Paula Maria Ferreira Camarini
  4. REFERENCE POPULATIONS FOR SHOULDER STUDIES SHOULD BE SELECTED CAREFULLY
    Bénédicte Forthomme, Cédric Schwartz, Jean-Louis Croisier, Olivier Brüls, Vincent Denoël
  5. THE EFFECTS OF A 6 WEEK EXERCISE PROGRAM ON GLENOHUMERAL STABILITY
    Dimitra Blana, Ed Chadwick, James Marchi
  6. THREE-DIMENSIONAL SCAPULAR KINEMATICS IN SUBJECTS WITH ISOLATED ACROMIOCLAVICULAR OSTEOARTHRITIS AND ASSOCIATED WITH ROTATOR CUFF DYSFUNCTION IN TWO PLANES OF HUMERAL ELEVATION
    Catarina de Oliveira Sousa, Paula Rezende Camargo, , Ivana Leão Ribeiro, Rodrigo B. M. Reiff, Tania Fátima Salvini
  7. SUBACROMIAL INJECTION RESULTS IN FURTHER SCAPULAR DYSKINESIS
    Andrew R. Karduna Ph.D, Luke R. Ettinger M.S, Matthew M. Shapiro M.D
  8. LINEAR REGRESSION MODELS OF THE 3D SCAPULOHUMERAL RHYTHM FOR ACTIVE / PASSIVE AND STATIC / DYNAMIC CONDITIONS.
    Xavier Robert-Lachaîne, Paul Allard, Véronique Godbout , Mickaël Begon

Shoulder #2

  1. REPRESENTATION OF SHOULDER KINEMATICS DURING MULTIPLANE TASKS PERFORMED BY MANUAL WHEELCHAIR USERS
    Carmen Muller-Karger, Edward V. Wagner, Henryk Flashner, Ian M. Russell, Jill L. McNitt-Gray, Korkut G. Brown, Philip S. Requejo, Somboon Maneekomkunwong
  2. ESTIMATION OF THE GLENO-HUMERAL ROTATION CENTER USING 3D FREEHAND ULTRASOUND
    Julien Leboucher, Laurent Kostur, Mathieu Lempereur, Olivier Rémy-Néris, Sylvain Brochard
  3. BILATERAL SHOULDER STRENGTH PROFILES IN CHILDREN WITH BRACHIAL PLEXUS PALSY AND TYPICALLY DEVELOPING CHILDREN
    Diane Damiano, Katharine Alter, Lindsey Curatalo, Sylvain Brochard
  4. RELIABILITY AND VALIDITY OF INCLINOMETER MEASURES FOR ESTIMATING SCAPULAR AND CLAVICULAR ROTATIONS AS COMPARED TO A 3D ELECTROMAGNETIC TRACKING SYSTEM
    Gisele Garcia Zanca, Paula M Ludewig, Paula Rezende Camargo, Tania Fátima Salvini, Vandana Phadke
  5. RELIABILITY OF ELECTROMAGNETIC TRACKING OF SCAPULAR ORIENTATION
    Anamaria Siriani de Oliveira, Camila Choqueta Biazotto, Helga Tatiana Tucci, Kevin James McQuade, Paula Maria Ferreira Camarini
  6. ELECTROMYOGRAPHIC ACTIVITY OF THE CONCENTRIC AND ECCENTRIC PHASES IN THE PORTIONS CLAVICULAR AND STERNAL OF THE PECTORALIS MAJOR, AND ANTERIOR DELTOID DURING HORIZONTAL CRUCIFIX EXERCISE
    Alex Amaral Gomes Silva, Gaspar Pinto da Silva, Hiago Leandro Rodrigues De Souza, Miller Pereira Guimarães, Sandro Fernandes da Silva, Yuri de Almeida Costa Campos
  7. ELETROMYOGRAPHIC ACTIVITY OF SELECTED SHOULDER MUSCLES DURING GLENOHUMERAL INTERNAL ROTATION ISOKINETIC CONTRACTION
    Luis Mochizuki, Marilia dos Santos Andrade, Naryana Cristina Mascarin, Paulo Carrara
  8. INVERSE KINEMATICS OF PUSH-UP EXERCISE USING ISB PROTOCOL FOR JCS
    Alexandre Visintainer Pino, Gustavo Leporace, Luciano Luporini Menegaldo, Marcio de Oliveira Nunes, Marcio Nogueira de Souza

Stroke

  1. COMPARISON OF THE EFFECTS OF THE AEROBIC TRAINING IN THE HEMIPARETIC WALKING IN THE WATER AND AT THE TREADMILL IN CHRONIC HEMIPARETIC STROKE
    Aline Bigongiari, Flávia A. Souza, Juliana V.Francica, Lívia Araújo, Luis Mochizuki, Patrícia Martins Franciulli
  2. FOOT PLACEMENT VARIABILITY IN POST STROKE GAIT USING A STEP WIDTH TRACKING TASK
    Megan Reissman, Natalie Bhesania, Yasin Dhaher
  3. GROUND REACTION FORCES AND FRICTION VARIABLES DURING STROKE GAIT: THE FLOORING SURFACE EFFECTS
    Aline A. do Carmo, Ana F. R. Kleiner, Paula Sueyoshi, Ricardo M. L. de Barros
  4. REHABILITATION OF HEMIPLEGIC PATIENTS WITH NINTENDO WII: SHORT AND LONG TERM EFFECTS ON TASK LEARNING AND COP DISPLACEMENT
    Carolina Silva Flóride, Danilo de Oliveira Silva, Fernando Amâncio Aragão, Ronaldo Valdir Briani
  5. STRENGTH AND AEROBIC DEMANDS OF DIFFERENT STAIR-STEPPING STRATEGIES IN PERSONS WITH CHRONIC STROKE
    Alison Novak, Annemarie Laudanski, Brenda Brouwer, Heather Ridgway
  6. VISUALISATION TO AID THE INTERPRETATION OF 3D GAIT DATA IN AFO TUNING FOR STROKE
    Barry Meadows, Bruce Carse, David Loudon, Philip Rowe, Roy Bowers
  7. IS ANKLE CONTRACTURE AFTER STROKE DUE TO ABNORMAL FORCE TRANSMISSION BETWEEN THE GASTROCNEMIUS AND SOLEUS MUSCLES?
    Diong J, Herbert RD
  8. EVALUATION OF LOWER LIMB CROSS PLANAR KINETIC CONNECTIVITY SIGNATURES POST STROKE
    Andrew Q Tan, Hajar Sharif, Yasin Y Dhaher

Upper Limb

  1. THE REPEATABILITY OF UPPER LIMB MODELS: ANATOMICAL LANDMARK VS. CLUSTER/FUNCTIONAL MARKER SETS
    Bruce Elliott, Cyril J. Donnelly, Denny Wells, Jacqueline Alderson, Kane Middleton
  2. BIOMECHANICS AND PERFORMANCE WHEN USING A STANDARD AND A VERTICAL COMPUTER MOUSE
    Edgar Ramos Vieira, Paulo Roberto Veiga Quemelo
  3. DETERMINING SUBJECT-SPECIFIC PCSAS FOR MUSCLES OF THE FOREARM
    Desney Greybe, Kumar Mithraratne, Michael R. Boland
  4. SURGICAL RECONSTRUCTION OF INTRINSIC MUSCLE FUNCTION IN TETRAPLEGIA: COMPARISON OF TECHNIQUES
    David Muzykewicz, Jan Fridén, Richard Lieber, Ursina Arnet
  5. INTEGRATED EMG SOURCE SEPARATION OF EI AND EDM MUSCLES USING NON-NEGATIVE MATRIX FACTORIZATION
    Christine Servière, Franck Quaine, Marc Léouffre
  6. MAXIMUM HAND FORCE ESTIMATION WITH AN MRI-BASED MUSCULOSKELETAL SHOULDER MODEL
    Bart Bolsterlee, DirkJan (H.E.J.) Veeger, Frans C.T. van der Helm
  7. THE IMPACT OF ANGULAR VELOCITY ON MUSCULAR COORDINATION IN PHYSIOLOGICAL AND SPASTIC MOVEMENTS
    Catherine Disselhorst-Klug, Markus Ebke, Sylvie von Werder
  8. BIOMECHANICAL CONSEQUENCES OF EXTENSOR INDICIS PROPIUS TRANSFER AFTER IRREPARABLE EXTENSOR POLLICIS LONGUS TEAR
    Giovanni Ferreira

Wrist And Hand

  1. DIFFERENTIAL FINGER MOTION INCREASES SHEAR STRAIN BETWEEN THE TENDON AND SSCT
    Aaron M. Kociolek and Peter J. Keir, Jimmy Tat
  2. WRIST ANGLE-FLEXION MOMENT CHARACTERISTICS FOLLOWING AGONIST-TO-ANTAGONIST TENDON TRANSFER IN THE RAT
    Guus Baan, Huub Maas, Peter A. Huijing
  3. A BIOMECHANICAL ANALYSIS OF THE WRIST UNDER TWO PHYSIOLOGICAL LOADING CONDITIONS OF GRIPPING ACTION
    António Completo, António Ramos, Carlos Relvas, Joana Pereira, José Simões
  4. ASSESSING FLEXOR TENDON AND SUBSYNOVIAL CONNECTIVE TISSUE (SSCT) EXCURSION WITH COLOUR DOPPLER ULTRASOUND
    Aaron M. Kociolek, Peter J. Keir
  5. DEVELOPMENT OF A KINEMATIC HAND MODEL HAND WITH A REALISTIC REPRESENTATION OF THE METACARPAL ARCH
    David M. Cocchiarella, Peter J. Kei
  6. DID THE BIOMECHANICS OF MAKING AND USING STONE TOOLS INFLUENCE THE ORIGIN OF HUMAN HAND AND WRIST ANATOMY?
    Adam D. Gordon, Alison S. Brooks, Brian G. Richmond, Erin Marie Williams
  7. A PILOT STUDY TO DETERMINE THE TENSILE PROPERTIES OF THE TRANSVERSE CARPAL LIGAMENT
    Magnus K. Gislason, Mark Carter, Philip E. Riches, Philip J. Rowe, Quentin A. Fogg, Ukadike C. Ugbolue
  8. BIOMECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF THE TRANSVERSE CARPAL LIGAMENT AND OVERLYING SOFT TISSUE LAYERS
    Mark Carter, Philip E. Riches, Philip J. Rowe, Quentin A. Fogg, Ukadike C. Ugbolue