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CLINICAL BIOMECHANICS AWARD

NEW OBSERVATIONS ON THE MORPHOLOGY OF THE TALAR DOME AND ITS RELATIONSHIP TO ANKLE KINEMATICS
Sorin Siegler, Jason Toy, Damani Seale, David Pedowitz

PROMISING SCIENTIST AWARD

ELASTOGRAPHY FOR MUSCLE-TENDON BIOMECHANICS
Antoine Nordez , Hiroaki Hobara

EMERGING SCIENTIST AWARD

RESIDUAL FORCE ENHANCEMENT OF THE KNEE EXTENSORS IN OLDER ADULTS IS NOT RELATED TO ALTERATIONS IN MUSCLE ARCHITECTURE
Anthony A. Vervoort, Charles L. Rice, Demetri P. Makrakos, Geoffrey A. Power

Podium Presentation

  1. WHICH MUSCLES HAVE THE GREATEST POTENTIAL TO ALTER PEAK TIBIOFEMORAL FORCES DURING WALKING?
    Matthew DeMers, Saikat Pal, Scott Delp
  2. MUSCLE AND TENDON MORPHOLOGICAL CHARACTERISTICS IN CHRONIC HEART FAILURE PATIENTS
    Andrew J. Maiorana, Daniel J. Green, David G. Lloyd, Fausto A. Panizzolo, Glen Lichtwark, Jonas Rubenson
  3. KNOCKOUT OF BOTH NESPRIN 1 AND DESMIN RESULTS IN ABERRANT NUCLEAR MECHANICS AND FIBROSIS IN MURINE SKELETAL MUSCLE
    Jianlin Zhang, Ju Chen, Mark A Chapman, Richard L Lieber
  4. STRAIN RATE DEPENDENCE OF CELL MEMBRANE RESERVOIR IS KEY TO IMPACT-INDUCED CHONDROCYTE DEATH
    B. Pingguan-Murphy, E.K. Moo, M. Amrein M. Duvall, N.A. Abu Osman, W. Herzog
  5. PREDICTIVE 3D MUSCULOSKELETAL SIMULATION OF A SINGLE STRIDE OF HUMAN RUNNING
    Jack M. Wang, Scott Delp, Tim Dorn, Vladlen Koltun

Poster Presentation

  1. CONNECTING THE WRIST TO THE HAND: HOW DOES THE DESIGN OF THE WRIST INFLUENCE MOMENT ARMS OF WRIST AND HAND MUSCLES?
    Jennifer A. Nichols, Michael S. Bednar, Robert M. Havey, Wendy M. Murray
  2. IN VIVO LIGAMENT AND MENISCAL LOADS FOLLOWING ACL INJURY: A LONGITUDINAL STUDY
    Mohammad Atarod, yril Frank
  3. MODELLING THE INFLUENCE OF ENDOTHELIAL CELL HETEROGENEITY ON ABDOMINAL AORTIC ANEURYSM EVOLUTION: A PATIENT-SPECIFIC SIMULATION USING A NOVEL FLUID-SOLID-GROWTH (FSG) FRAMEWORK
    P. Aparicio,, A. Mandaltsi, J. Boamah, , Y. Ventikos, P.N. Watton
  4. THE EFFECT OF LOADING MAGNITUDE ON CHONDROCYTE CALCIUM SIGNALING IN SITU
    Ryan Madden, Walter Herzog
  5. DIFFERENCES BETWEEN ACTIVE AND PASSIVE FAILURE IN WHOLE SKELETAL MUSCLE
    Brandon Hisey , Walter Herzog†

Cellular And Mollecular Biomechanics - Cartilage And Bone

  1. STRUCTURAL INTEGRITY OF EXTRACELLULAR MATRIX INFLUENCES THE MECHANICAL BEHAVIOUR OF IN-SITU CHONDROCYTES
    A. Jinha, B. Pingguan-Murphy, E.K. Moo, N.A. Abu Osman, S. Federico, S.K. Han, W. Herzog
  2. EVALUATION OF THE MULTI-STIMULI ON OSTEOPOROSIS IN THE MICE
    Dong-Hyun Seo, Han Sung Kim*, Ji Hyung Park, Sinae Eom, Yeong-Min Yoo, Young-Jin Jung
  3. MATERIAL PROPERTIES OF BRITTLE BONES
    Gerald Harris, John Jameson, Peter Smith
  4. NANOINDENTATION OF THE HUMAN FEMORAL HEAD
    Megan Austin, Philip Riches
  5. PERICELLULAR MATRIX DEFORMATIONS IN SITU UNDER MECHANICAL COMPRESSION
    Ryan Madden, Sang Kuy Han, Walter Herzog
  6. PHYSIOLOGICAL MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF HEALTHY CARTILAGE ACROSS THE DISTAL FEMUR
    Ellen M. Arruda, Jessica M. Deneweth, Kelly E. Newman, Scott G. McLean, Shannon M. Pomeroy, Stephen M. Sylvia
  7. THREE-DIMENSIONAL DEFORMATION FIELD MEASUREMENT IN CANCELLOUS BONE BASED ON MICRO-CT IMAGING
    Aiyuan Wang, Haoye Meng, Qingwei Ma, Shaopeng Ma, Shibi Lu
  8. CHANGES IN PROTEIN CONCENTRATION IN MURINE KNEE JOINTS WITH MUSCULAR CONTRACTION
    B. Steele , M. DuVall , R. Krawetz , T. Schmidt, W. Herzog, Z. Abusara

Cellular And Mollecular Biomechanics Ͽ� Muscle

  1. HETEROGENEITY OF SARCOMERE LENGTHS IN PASSIVE LIVE AND FORMALIN FIXED MOUSE EDL MUSCLE MEASURED WITH 2 PHOTON MICROSCOPY
    Matthew C. Tresch, Thomas G. Sandercock
  2. MYOFIBRIL (AND TITIN) KINETICS DURING PASSIVE STRETCH-SHORTENING CYCLES
    Azim Jinha, Jens Herzog, Tim Leonard, Walter Herzog
  3. RESIDUAL FORCE ENHANCEMENT IN HALF-SARCOEMERES MECHANICALLY ISOLATED
    Dilson E. Rassier, Fábio C. Minozzo
  4. SCALING OF PASSIVE MECHANICS: FROM FIBER TO WHOLE MUSCLE
    Richard L. Lieber, Samuel R. Ward, Taylor M. Winters
  5. STRETCHED SARCOMERES CONTRIBUTE TO EQUINUS CONTRACTURE IN PATIENTS WITH CEREBRAL PALSY
    Henry Chambers, Margie A Mathewson, Richard L Lieber, Samuel R Ward
  6. COMPARATIVE STRESS PRODUCTION OF NATIVE AND QUANTUM DOT LABELED RABBIT PSOAS MUSCLE MYOFIBRILS
    Azim Jinha, Mike DuVall, Tim Leonard, Walter Herzog
  7. ACTIVE FORCE BEYOND FILAMENT OVERLAP: A TITIN ACHIEVEMENT IN SKELETAL MUSCLE
    Krysta Powers, Walter Herzog
  8. ADAPTATIONS OF RAT MUSCLES SUBMITTED TO A CHRONIC STRETCHING PROGRAM
    Carolina Carneiro Peixinho, João Carlos Machado, Liliam Fernandes de Oliveira, Natália Santos Fonseca Martins

Cycling

  1. CORNERING IN BICYCLING: COMPUTER MODEL SIMULATIONS
    C.M. Beusenberg , V.E. Bulsink, H.F.J.M. Koopman
  2. EFFECTS OF HYPOHYDRATION ON NEUROMUSCULAR RESPONSES AFTER CYCLING IN THE HEAT
    Bruno Manfredini Baroni, Flávia Meyer, Jeam Marcel Geremia, Marcelo Gava Pompermayer, Marco Aurélio Vaz, Raquel de Oliveira Lupion, Rodrigo Rodrigues
  3. EFFECTS OF SADDLE POSITION ON MUSCLE ACTIVITY DURING A SUPRAMAXIMAL CYCLING TEST
    Antonio Renato Pereira Moro, Bruno Monteiro de Moura, Fernando Diefenthaeler, Vanderson Luis Moro
  4. AN INVERSE DYNAMIC STUDY SUGGESTS THAT CYCLISTS MARGINALLY USE HIP JOINT TORQUE AT MAXIMAL POWER
    Antony Costes, Bruno Watier, Pierre Moretto
  5. ASSESSMENT OF MICRO SENSOR (SM-MAE) IN MONITORING OF CYCLING
    Cunha, Fabiano, Fruett, Gatti, Lattes, Luiz Eduardo B., M. Fernanda, Martins, Roa, Roberta G.O., Sergio C., Yull Heilordt H.
  6. EFFECTS OF WORKLOAD LEVEL IN MUSCLE ARCHITECTURE OF CYCLISTS, TRIATHLETES AND NON-ATHLETES
    Carlos Bolli Mota, Fábio Juner Lanferdini, Fernando Diefenthaeler, Marco Aurélio Vaz, Rodrigo Rico Bini
  7. PEDALING FORCE SYMMETRY DURING 4-KM CYCLING TIME TRIAL
    Felipe Pivetta Carpes, Rodrigo Rico Bini
  8. THE EFFICIENCY OF LOWER EXTREMITY MOVEMENT IN DIFFERENT SEAT POSITIONS DURING CYCLING
    Chia-Hsiang Chen, Po-Ling Chang, Tzyy-Yuang Shiang

Improving Performance

  1. MUSCLE COORDINATION AND GROUND REACTION FORCES DURING A SPECIFIC ASSAULT IN WORLD-CLASS FEMALE SABERS
    Antoine Couturier, Caroline Giroux, Didier Chollet, Gaël Guilhem, Giuseppe Rabita
  2. ASPECTS REGARDING PADDLE KINEMATICS FOR A SKIFF IN ORDER TO IMPROVE THE SPORTS PERFORMANCE
    Emil Budescu, Eugen Merticaru, Marin Chirazi
  3. ENERGY PIPELINE THROUGH INTERNAL FORCE FORMS SEQUENTIAL MOVEMENT PATTERN IN THE GOLF SWING
    Kazuhiro Shibuya, Ken Ohta, Yuji Ohgi
  4. INVESTIGATING OPTIMAL TECHNIQUE IN A NOISY ENVIRONMENT
    M.J. Hiley, M.R. Yeadon
  5. MODIFICATION IN NEUROMUSCULAR CONTROL OF GOLF SWINGS WITH DIFFERENT CLUBS
    H. Flashner , Jill L. McNitt-Gray, P.S. Requejo, Travis Peterson
  6. ON WATER PERFORMANCE RELATED BIOMECHANICAL MESURMENTS FOR FLAT WATER KAYAKING
    David Karpul, Julia Fisher, Nicholas Tam, Ross Tucker, Timothy Noakes
  7. PERFORMANCE ENHANCEMENT THROUGH CONFIGURATION OPTIMIZATION FOR RACING WHEELCHAIR ATHLETES
    Cécile Smeesters, Denis Rancourt, Eve Langelier, Félix Berrigan, Geneviève C. Masson, Jean-Luc Lessard
  8. STATIC VERSUS DYNAMIC STRETCHING IN RELATION TO IMPROVING GOLF DRIVING PERFORMANCE
    Graeme Sorbie, Ukadike C. Ugbolue

Jumping

  1. DESIGN AND CONTROL IN THE MAXIMIZATION OF HUMAN VERTICAL JUMPING
    Dinant A. Kistemaker, Jeremy D. Wong, Knoek J. van Soest, Maarten F. Bobbert, Paul L. Gribble
  2. SIMULATION OF EFFECTS OF POSITIVE AND NEGATIVE LOADING ON POWER OUTPUT IN JUMPING
    Maarten F. Bobbert
  3. KINEMATIC CHANGES IN A DANCE JUMP LANDING DUE TO DIFFERENT SHOES
    Alycia Fong Yan, Claire Hiller, Peter J. Sinclair, Richard M. Smith
  4. OPTIMISING PHASE RATIO IN TRIPLE JUMPING USING COMPUTER SIMULATION
    M.A. King, M.R. Yeadon, S.J. Allen
  5. THE EFFECT OF UPPER LEG COMPRESSION AND HIP JOINT STIFFNESS ON SPRINTING AND JUMPING PERFORMANCE
    Darren J. Stefanyshyn, Jay T. Worobets, John W. Wannop
  6. ATHLETIC PERFORMANCE AND PROPRIOCEPTION WITH ENHANCED COMPRESSION APPAREL
    Danielle A. Williams, Grant C. Goulet, James A. Ashton-Miller, Ronald F. Zernicke, Scott G. McLean
  7. THE VERTICAL EXCURSION OF THE BODY VISCERAL MASS DURING VERTICAL JUMPS IS AFFECTED BY SPECIFIC RESPIRATORY MANOEUVRE
    Dario Cazzola, Giampietro Alberti, Lucio Ongaro, Alberto E. Minetti
  8. DYNAMIC CHANGES IN MOMENTS OF INERTIA OF THE SHANK DURING DROP LANDINGS
    Matthew T.G. Pain

Running

  1. MINIMALIST SHOE TRAINING DOES NOT PROMOTE FOREFOOT RUNNING OR LOADING RATE ATTENUATION IN EXPERIENCED SHOD RUNNERS
    Kurt H. Schütte, Ranel E. Venter
  2. THE INFLUENCE OF A 10KM RUNNING TIME TRIAL ON BAREFOOT BIOMECHANICS IN HABITUALLY SHOD RUNNERS
    Janie L. Astephen Wilson, Leanri van Pletsen, Nicholas Tam, Ross Tucker, Timothy D. Noakes
  3. KINETIC MODIFICATIONS IN RUNNING ON TILTED SURFACES
    Gert-Peter Brüggemann, Katina Mira Fischer, Steffen Willwacher
  4. RUNNING ON UNEVEN TERRAIN: CHANGES IN BIOMECHANICS AND ENERGETICS
    Alexandra S. Voloshina, Daniel P. Ferris
  5. MECHANISMS FOR CHANGES IN RUNNING ECONOMY DURING BAREFOOT, MINIMALIST SHOD AND SHOD RUNNING
    Andrew M. Jones, Isabel S. Moore, Sharon J. Dixon
  6. EFFECT OF MINIMALIST SHOE HEEL HEIGHT ON FOOT STRIKE PATTERN IN RUNNING
    Edward Chu, Jae Kun Shim, Hiroaki Hobara, Hyun Joon Kwon, Kyung Koh
  7. EFFECTS OF BAREFOOT RUNNING IN THE VERTICAL GROUND REACTION FORCE IN MEN
    Alberto Carlos Amadio, Bruno Mezêncio, Fernanda de Ávila Amaral, Julio Cerca Serrão, Luis Mochizuki, Thiago Toshi Teruya
  8. THE ROLE OF RUNNING MILEAGE ON COORDINATION PATTERNS IN RUNNING
    Joseph Hamill, Julia Freedman Silvernail, Katherine A. Boyer

Soccer

  1. NEUROMUSCULAR ADAPTATIONS OF AN 8-WEEK RECREATIONAL SOCCER PRACTICE AND RUNNING TRAINING IN UNTRAINED WOMEN
    Fernando Diefenthaeler, Jaelson Gonçalves Ortiz, Juliano Fernandes da Silva, Luiz Guilherme Antonacci Guglielmo
  2. TREADMILL VERSUS OVERGROUND SOCCER-SPECIFIC FATIGUE: THE EFFECT ON HAMSTRING AND QUADRICEPS STRENGTH AND FRONTAL PLANE PEAK KNEE JOINT MOMENTS IN SIDE-CUTTING
    Jos Vanrenterghem, Mark A. Robinson, Raja M Firhad Raja Azidin, Sean Sankey
  3. GRF WITH BACKWARD TURN AND THE ACCELERATION WITH A COUNTER STEP OF MALE SOCCER PLAYERS
    Mitsuo Otsuka, Shogo Yoshida, Tadao Isaka, Yusuke Fukuhara
  4. ISOKINETICS TESTING OF THE KNEE IN TWO SOCCER CATEGORIES: DISCRIMINANT ANALYSIS AND TORQUE-ANGLE-VELOCITY RELATIONSHIPS
    Bruno F. Mazuquin, Felipe A. Moura, Jefferson R. Cardoso, João Pedro B. Júnior, Ligia M. Pereira, Mariana F. Silva, Monica Angélica C. Silva
  5. JOINT LOADING DIFFERENCES BETWEEN NEWLY INSTALLED AND WORN ARTIFICIAL TURF DURING A CUTTING MOVEMENT
    Darren J. Stefanyshyn, Jay T. Worobets, John W. Wannop, Nicole M. Schrier
  6. MATHEMATICAL MODEL TO OPTIMIZE GOALKEEPERS’ JUMPING
    Azim Jinha, Rafael Fortuna, Sergio Augusto Cunha, Walter Herzog
  7. SOCCER SPECIFIC PLAYER-SURFACE-SHOE INTERACTION DURING 180° CUTTING MOVEMENT ON DRY AND WET ARTIFICIAL TURF
    Dirk De Clercq, Gijs Debuyck, Joeri Gerlo, Stijn Rambour, Veerle Segers
  8. EFFECTS OF KINESIO TAPING ON THE STRENGTH PRODUCTION AND PROPRIOCEPTION IN SOCCER ATHLETES
    Flávia Gomes Martinez, Rafael Gobbo Bohrer, Gustavo M. Portella, Jean Geremia

Sprinting And Running

  1. EFFECTS OF CRYOTHERAPY ON LOWER EXTREMITY JOINT BIOMECHANICS DURING RUNNING
    Claudiane A Fukuchi, Darren J Stefanyshyn, Emmanuel S Rocha
  2. MECHANICAL EFFICIENCY, ENERGETIC COST AND MECHANICAL WORK IN THE HUMAN RUNNING
    Elren Passos, Jorge Storniolo Jr., Leonardo Alexandre Peyré-Tartaruga, Marcela Alves Sanseverino, Paula Finatto, Renata Luísa Bona
  3. REDISTRIBUTION OF JOINT MECHANICAL WORK AND POWER IN REAR-FOOT STRIKE (RFS) AND FORE-FOOT STRIKE (FFS) RUNNING TECHNIQUES TECHNIQUES
    Ben Green, Cyril J. Donnely, Jacqueline Alderson, Jonas Rubenson, M. Stearne, Sarah
  4. A SIMPLE METHOD FOR MEASURING POWER, FORCE AND VELOCITY PROPERTIES OF SPRINT RUNNING
    Eduardo Saez de Villarreal, Giuseppe Rabita, Jean Slawinski, Jean-Benoît Morin, Nicolas Peyrot, Pierre Samozino, Sylvain Dorel
  5. EFFECTS OF MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF MUSCLE AND TENDON ON PERFORMANCE IN JUNIOR LONG DISTANCE RUNNERS
    Kanae Sano, Kazuki Kusumoto, Masaki Ishikawa, Takayuki Hisano, Toshiaki Oda, Yohei Toyoda, Yoko Kunimasa
  6. HIP AND ANKLE JOINT MOMENT SYNERGIES DURING A SPRINT BLOCK START
    António P. Veloso, Filipa João, Silvia Cabral, Thomas M. Kepple, Vera Moniz-Pereira
  7. ARE LONG-DISTANCE RUNNERS SYMMETRIC FOR KNEE ISOKINETIC PERFORMANCE?
    Aline C Tamborindeguy, Felipe P Carpes, Fernando Diefenthaeler, Rodolfo A Dellagrana, Sara Hernandez, Wagner de Campos
  8. DOES WEARING SHOES IMPROVE KNEE JOINT STABILITY DURING RUNNING?
    Gurtej Grewal, Matthew Walthers, Jacqueline Lee-Eng, Mary Lou Bareither, Bijan Najafi

Swimming

  1. A MECHANICAL SPEEDO-METER TO ASSESS SWIMMERS HORIZONTAL INTRA-CYCLIC VELOCITY: VALIDATION AT FRONT-CRAWL AND BACKSTROKE
    Antonio B Lima, António J Silva, Jorge E Morais, Mário J Costa, Nuno D Garrido, Tiago M Barbosa, Wellington G Feitosa
  2. A SWIMMERS CLASSIFICATION SYSTEM BASED IN KINEMATICS, ANTHROPOMETRICS AND HYDRODYNAMICS
    António J Silva, Daniel A Marinho, Jorge E Morais, José Goncalves, Tiago M Barbosa
  3. BIOMECHANICAL ANALYSIS OF LOWER LIMBS DURING UNDERWATER GLIDING AND DOLPHIN KICK MOVEMENT IN SWIMMER
    Noriyuki Yamamoto, Tadao Isaka, Tadashi Wada, Takaaki Matsumoto, Takahito Tago, Yu Kashiwagi, Yukinori Shintaku
  4. EFFECT OF DOUBLE HORIZONTAL SQUAT JUMP TRAINING ON PERFORMANCE AND TECHNICAL OF SWIMMING START
    André Luiz Félix Rodacki, Roberta Castilhos Detânico Bohrer, Vanessa Zadorosnei Rebutini
  5. METHODS OF INTRACYCLE VELOCITY VARIATION ASSESSEMENT IN FRONT CRAWL SWIMMING
    Elisa A Marques , João Paulo Vilas-Boas, Pedro Figueiredo, Ricardo J Fernandes
  6. THREE-DIMENSIONAL KINEMATIC ANALYSIS OF SHOULDER THROUGH WEARABLE INERTIAL AND MAGNETIC SENSORS DURING SWIMMING STROKES SIMULATION
    Andrea Giovanardi, Fabrício Anício Magalhães, Giorgio Gatta, Matteo Cortesi, Silvia Fantozzi
  7. TRUNK INERTIAL PARAMETERS OF ELITE MALE AND FEMALE SWIMMERS: ANALYSIS USING DXA AND ESTIMATION OF ERRORS FROM INDIRECT ESTIMATION METHODS
    Amar El-Sallam, Andrew Lyttle, Brian Blanksby, Marcel Mourao Rossi, Nat Benjanuvatra
  8. COMPARISON BETWEEN CALCULATED AND MEASURED EFFECTIVE PROPULSIVE FORCES DURING A SUPPORT SCULLING MOTION
    Carlos Bolli Mota, Flávio Castro, Jefferson Loss, Lara Elena Gomes, Ricardo Peterson Silveira

Throwing

  1. BIOMECHANICAL CHANGE OF THROWING MOTION DUE TO CHANGE IN BALL MASS
    Norihisa Fujii
  2. CHANGES IN WINDMILL PITCH MECHANICS OVER TIME
    Amanda Wheeler, Suzanne M. Konz
  3. RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN GROUND REACTION FORCES, PELVIC CONTROL & UPPER EXTREMITY KINETICS DURING THROWING: PRE & POST FATIGUE
    Gretchen D. Oliver
  4. RESTING SCAPULAR POSTURE IN HEALTHY OVERHEAD THROWING ATHLETES
    Andrea Ribeiro, Augusto Gil Pascoal
  5. SHOULDER KINEMATICS OF MALE AND FEMALE HIGH SCHOOL PITCHERS
    Andreas Kontaxis, Andrew Kraszewski, Howard Hillstrom, Jessica Graziano, Jocelyn Hafer, Mandi Gibbons, Stephen Fealy
  6. SOME UPPER TRUNK PARAMETERS ON ACCURACY THROWING IN TEAM HANDBALL
    Emel Çetin, Nilüfer Balcı, Sedat Muratlı
  7. THE INFLUENCE OF HUMERAL ELEVATION ON SHOULDER KINETICS IN CATCHERS THROWING FROM THEIR KNEES
    Gretchen D. Oliver, Hillary A. Plummer
  8. THE EFFECT OF MARKER PLACEMENT AT THE ELBOW ON CALCULATED ELBOW EXTENSION DURING BOWLING IN CRICKET
    Mark King, Maurice Yeadon

International Shoulder Group

  1. THE EFFECT OF A ROTATOR CUFF TEAR ON MUSCLE VOLUME, FATTY INFILTRATION, AND STRENGTH AND THEIR RELATIONSHIP IN OLDER ADULTS
    Meghan E. Vidt, Anthony C. Santago, Christopher J. Tuohy, Gary G. Poehling, Michael E. Miller, Katherine R. Saul
  2. INFRASPINATUS ELECTROMECHANICAL DELAY ON SHOULDER INSTABILITIES
    Markus Von Kossel, Flávio Antônio de Souza Castro, Barbara Duarte Falcão, Marco Aurélio Vaz
  3. GLENOHUMERAL CONTACT FORCE OF PATIENTS WITH TOTAL AND REVERSE SHOULDER ARTHROPLASTY
    Joelly Mahnic de Toledo, Jefferson Fagundes Loss, Thomas W. Janssen, Tjarco D. Alta, W. Jaap Willems, DirkJan (H.E.J.) Veeger
  4. IN VIVO GLENOHUMERAL TRANSLATION UNDER EXTERNAL LOADING IN AN OPEN-MRI SETU
    Andrea Cereatt, Manuela Calderone, Dan M. Buckland, Andreas M. Müller, Della Croce, Claudio Rosso
  5. IN VIVO GLENOID LOADS - MEASURED IN 6 PATIENTS DURING ELEVATION
    Westerhof, F, Graichen, F, Rohlmann, A, Bender, A, Nikooyan A., Veeger H.E.J., van der Helm F.C.T., Bergmann, G.
  6. THREE DIMENSIONAL GLENO-HUMERAL DEFORMITIES IN OBSTETRIC BRACHIAL PLEXUS PALSY
    Sylvain Brochard, Bhushan Borotikar, Joseph D Mozingo, Katharine Alter, Frances T sheehan
  7. DECREASED SHOULDER TORQUE STEADINESS IN ATHLETES WITH SLAP LESION
    Michele Forgiarini Saccol, Gisele Garcia Zanca, Benno Ejnisman, Marco Túlio de Mello, Stela Márcia Mattiello

Knee Loading Special Symposium

  1. EFFECT OF SOFT TISSUE ARTIFACT ON KNEE JOINT KINEMATICS BASED ON CLUSTERS OF MARKERS OBTAINED FROM BI-PLANE FLUOROSCOPY
    Arnaud Barré, Jean-Philippe Thiran, Brigitte M. Jolles, Nicolas Theumann, Kamiar Aminian
  2. IN-VIVO KNEE KINEMATICS AFTER TOTAL JOINT ARTHROPLASTY. A NOVEL FLUOROSCOPY-BASED TECHNIQUE FOR TRACKING PATELLAR MOTION.
    Claudio Belvedere, Andrea Ensini, Francesco Cenni, Peter Zimmermann, Sandro Giannini, Alberto Leardini
  3. A TWO-DIMENSIONAL VIDEO BASED SCREENING TOOL TO PREDICT PEAK KNEE LOADING AND ACL INJURY RISK IN FEMALE COMMUNITY LEVEL ATHLETES
    Gillian J Weir, Natalie Smailes, Jacqueline Alderson, Bruce C Elliott , Cyril J Donnelly
  4. DOES THE RELIABILITY OF KNEE JOINT KINEMATICS AND KINETICS OF DROP JUMPING AFFECT ITS RELEVANCE AS A CLINICAL ASSESSMENT?
    Jos Vanrenterghem, Bart Malfait, Sean Sankey, Raja Mohammed, Raja-Azadin, Kevin Deschamps, Mark Robinson, Filip Staes, Sabine Verschueren
  5. KNEE ADDUCTION MOMENT RELATES TO MEDIAL FEMORAL AND TIBIAL CARTILAGE MORPHOLOGY IN CLINICAL KNEE OSTEOARTHRITIS
    Monica R. Maly, Stacey M. Acker, Kristina M. Calder, Saara Totterman, José Tamez-Peña, Jack P. Callaghan, Karen A. Beattie
  6. PEAK KNEE ADDUCTION MOMENTS & MEDIAL CONTACT FORCES – RELATIONS ACROSS SUBJECTS AND ACTIVITIES
    Adam Trepczynski, Ines Kutzner, Georg Bergmann, William R. Taylor , Markus O. Heller
  7. MODELING OF PATIENT-SPECIFIC KNEE KINEMATICS AND LIGAMENT BEHAVIOR USING FORCE-DEPENDENT KINEMATICS
    Valentine Vanheule, Michael Skipper Andersen, Roel Wirix-Speetjens, Ilse Jonkers, Jan Victor , Jos Vander Sloten
  8. INFLUENCE OF FEMUR’S MORPHOLOGY AND LOWER LIMB MISALIGNMENT ON KNEE MEDIAL INTRAARTICULAR SPACE REDUCTION
    Fernando de Aguiar Lemos, Gabriela Hoff, Francisco Consoli Karam, Marco Aurélio Vaz
  1. TEN ACTIVE ELECTRODE LINEAR ARRAY FOR WIRELESS SURFACE ELECTROMYOGRAPHY
    Gustavo Souza, Marcus FragaVieira
  2. HOW LARGE IS THE TERRITORY OF VASTUS MEDIALIS MOTOR UNITS? A HIGH-DENSITY SURFACE EMG INVESTIGATION
    Alessio Gallina, Taian Vieira
  3. PAIN HAS A GREATER EFFECT ON SINGLE MOTOR UNIT DISCHARGE DURING FORCE-CONTROL THAN POSITION-CONTROL TASKS
    Kylie Tucker, Paul Hodges, Peter Poortvliet
  4. EFFICACY OF INTERFERENTIAL THERAPY ON MECHANICAL PAIN THRESHOLD, MAXIMAL TORQUE AND CREATINE KINASE ACTIVITY AFTER ECCENTRIC EXERCISE IN HUMAN QUADRICEPS
    André Luiz Lopes, Andréa Horst, Carolina Kolberg, Clarice Sperotto dos Santos Rocha, Fabio Juner Lanferdini, Julio Cézar Lima da Silva, Marcelo Faria Silva, Marco Aurélio Vaz, Milton Antônio Zaro, Wania Aparecida Partata
  5. SOLEUS AND TIBIALIS ANTERIOR ACTIVITY DETECTION USING ELECTRICAL IMPEDANCE TOMOGRAPHY
    Erick Dario León Bueno de Camargo, Fernando Silva de Moura, Olavo Luppi Silva, Raul Gonzalez Lima, Talles Batista Rattis Santos
  6. CENTRAL CONTRIBUTION TO “EXTRA TORQUE” DURING NEUROMUSCULAR ELECTRICAL STIMULATION
    David F. Collins, Matheus Joner Wiest
  7. TIME LAG BETWEEN THE ONSET OF ELECTRICAL STIMULATION AND THE MUSCULAR RESPONSE
    Eddy Krueger, Eduardo M. Scheeren, Guilherme N. Nogueira Neto, Luciane P. A. Cabral, Percy Nohama
  8. EFFECTS OF FIVE NMES BURST FREQUENCIES ON MECHANICAL TIME-FREQUENCY RESPONSE OF RECTUS FEMORIS MUSCLE IN AN ABLE-BODIED SUBJECT
    Caluê Papcke, Eddy Krueger, Eduardo Mendonça Scheeren, Guilherme Nogueira-Neto, Gustavo Henrique Schunemann Oliveira, Percy Nohama
  9. SOLEUS MUSCLE TROPHISM OF WISTAR RATS AFTER NERVE COMPRESSION AND ELECTROSTIMULATION
    Elisangela Lourdes Artifon, Gladson Ricardo Flor Bertolini, Lígia Inez da Silva, Lucinéia de Fátima Chasko Ribeiro, Rose
  10. INFLUENCE OF FATIGUE ON THE AMPLITUDE AND LATENCY OF THE PERONEUS TERTIUS AND TIBIALIS ANTERIOR MUSCLES ON SUDDEN ANKLE INVERSION
    Alberto Carlos Amadio, Alex Sra Oliveira de Cerqueira, Bruno Mezêncio, Jaqueline Esterque, Juliana de Souza, Júlio Cerca Serrão
  11. EFFECT OF FATIGUE ON REACTION TIME OF FIBULARIS LONGUS AND FIBULARIS BREVIS MUSCLES
    Alex Sandra Oliveira de Cerqueira Soares, Bruna Milene César, Giselle Guginsk, Júlia Colin Brazão, Karina Aparecida Rodrigues, Renato José Soares
  12. EFFECT OF FATIGUE ON HAMSTRING REFLEX RESPONSES AND KNEE STABILITY IN MEN AND WOMEN
    Anett Mau-Moeller, Franziska Wassermann, Martin Behrens, Sven Bruhn
  13. MUSCULAR FATIGUE ANALYSIS IN DYNAMIC AND ISOMETRIC CONTRACTIONS PERFORMED IN AN INCREMENTAL RUNNING PROTOCOL
    Alberto Carlos Amadio, Aline Abreu Scolfaro Crema, Carina Helena Wasem Fraga, Júlio Cerca Serrão, Mauro Gonçalves., Roberto Bianco
  14. EFFECT OF STEP TEST ON FATIGUE AND MUSCLE CONDITIONING IN AN ELITE GROUP OF THE BRAZILIAN MARINE CORPS
    Igor RT Jesus, Jurandir Nadal, Lucenildo S Cerqueira, Marcelo L Sant’Anna, Roger GT Mello
  15. EFFECTS OF AGONIST-ANTAGONIST PAIRED SET VS TRADITIONAL PROCOTOL ON TOTAL TRAINING VOLUME, MUSCLE ACTIVATION AND FATIGUE
    Ewertton Bezerra, Gabriel Andrade Paz, Humberto Mir, Marianna de Freitas Maia, Vicente Pinheiro Lima
  16. EFFECT OF FATIGUE IN ROUNDHOUSE KICK’S REACTION TIME, RESPONSE TIME AND IMPACT FORCE IN TAEKWONDO
    Ferno Diefenthaeler, Jader Sant’ Ana, Vinicius Santos da Silva
  17. THE EFFECT OF CRYOTHERAPY ON THE RECOVERY OF INDUCED MUSCLE DAMAGE ON ELBOW FLEXORS
    Cláudia Silveira Lima, Diulian Muniz Medeiros, Lucas Ruas Prado, Mariana de Oliveira Borges, Nathalia Mello Nogueira, Regis Radaelli, Ronei Silveira Pinto
  18. CHANGES IN LOCALIZED MECHANICAL PROPERTIES AND EDEMA FOLLOWING EXERCISE-INDUCED MUSCLE DAMAGE
    Antoine Couturier, Antoine Nordez, Christian Dibie, François Hug, Gaël Guilhem, Lilian Lacourpaille
  19. RECTUS FEMORIS MUSCLE VOLUME ESTIMATE BY ULTRASONOGRAPHY
    Daniel de Souza Alves, Liliam Fernandes de Oliveira , Wagner Coelho de Albuquerque Pereira
  20. ESTABLISHING A NEW METHOD FOR MEASURING THE ACHILLES TENDON LENGTH
    Atsuki Fukutani, Hiroaki Kanehisa, Kosuke Hirata, Ryoichi Ema, Satoru Hashizume, Taku, Wakahara, Yasuo Kawakami
  21. RELIABILITY AND VALIDATION OF THE ACHILLES TENDON LENGTH MEASURED BY ULTRASONOGRAPHY
    Kelly Mônica Marinho e Lima, Liliam Fernandes de Oliveira, Wagner Coelho de Albuquerque Pereira
  22. INHOMOGENOUS DISTRIBUTION OF EMG REFLEX RESPONSES ACROSS THE SOLEUS MUSCLE: A SINGLE CASE STUDY.
    Alessio Gallina, Courtney Pollock, S. Jayne Garl, Taian Vieira, Tanya Ivanova
  23. RELIABILITY AND VALIDITY OF THE CROSS-SECTIONAL AREA OF THE QUADRICEPS MUSCLES BY PANORAMIC ULTRASONOGRAPHY AND ULTRASONIC PHANTOM
    Débora Paulino Oliveira, Liliam Fernandes de Oliveira, Thiago Torres da Matta, Viviane Bastos de Oliveira, Wagner Coelho de Albuquerque Pereira
  24. VARIABILITY AND RELIABILITY OF ELBOW FLEXORS AND RECTUS FEMORIS ECHO INTENSITY IN HEALTHY ADULTS
    Liliam Fernandes de Oliveira, Thiago Torres da Matta, Viviane Bastos de Oliveira Wagner Coelho de Albuquerque Pereira
  25. FORCE TRANSMISSION BETWEEN RAT ANKLE PLANTAR FLEXION MUSCLES: IMPLICATIONS FOR ASSESSMENT OF IN VIVO LENGTH-FORCE CHARACTERISTICS
    Huub Maas, Jaap van Dieen, Michel Bernabei
  26. VASTUS LATERALIS FASCICLE LENGTH ISOMETRICITY AT DIFFERENT KNEE EXTENSOR TORQUES AND ANGLES
    Markus Von Kossel, Walter Herzog
  27. RESIDUAL FORCE ENHANCEMENT OF THE KNEE EXTENSORS IN OLDER ADULTS IS NOT RELATED TO ALTERATIONS IN MUSCLE ARCHITECTURE
    Anthony A. V, Charles L. Rice, Demetri P. Makrakos, ervoort, Geoffrey A. Power
  28. RESIDUAL FORCE ENHANCEMENT IN CONTEXT OF EVERYDAY HUMAN MOVEMENT
    Ansgar Schwirtz, Daniel Hahn, Florian Achatz, Florian Paternoster, Wolfgang Seiberl
  29. PRECEDING FORCE TIME-HISTORY AFFECTS FATIGUE ACCUMULATION DURING REPETITIVE HAND GRIP TASKS
    James R. Potvin, Joanne N. Hodder, Michael W. Sonne
  30. HQ RATIO ANALYSIS AS A FUNCTION OF THE TIME SERIES TO IDENTIFY POSSIBLE IMBALANCE THROUGHOUT THE KNEE FLEXION/EXTENSION CYCLE
    Ana Carolina de Mello Alves Rodrigues, Ana Lorena Marche, Juliana Exel Santana, Sergio Augusto Cunha
  31. CLINICAL DIAGNOSIS OF STRENGTH AND POWER ASYMMETRY
    Ahmed Aldukhail, Hannah Gillard, Paul Jones, Philip Graham-Smith
  32. EARLY ADAPTATION OF M. QUADRICEPS FEMORIS VOLUNTARY ACTIVATION DURING REPEATED ASSESSMENT OF MAXIMUM VOLUNTARY ISOMETRIC STRENGTH
    Daniel Hahn, Florian Kreuzpointner, Wolfgang Seiberl
  33. ELECTROMYOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS OF THREE SETS OF BENCH PRESS AND LYING DOWN TRICEPS EXTENSION EXERCISES
    Alberto Carlos Amadio, Bruno Mezêncio, Cerca Serrão, Julio, Ricardo Fausto Rancan Junior, Rodolfo Menezes, Thiago M. Guimarães
  34. THE HUMAN CAPACITY TO PRODUCE EXPLOSIVE TORQUE IS INFLUENCED BY CONTRACTION TYPE AND ACCELERATION
    Gallin Montgomery, Georg Haider, Jonathan Foll, Matthew Pain, Neale Tillin, Thomas Brownlee
  35. COMPARISON OF HAMSTRING STRESS RELAXATION BETWEEN FLEXIBLE AND TIGHT YOUNG ADULTS
    Antônio Eustáquio de Melo, Beatriz Magalhães Pereira, Fabrício Anício de Magalhães, Gustavo Henrique C. Peixoto, Hans-Joachim Menzel, Mauro Heleno Chagas
  36. EFFECT OF THE EXTERNAL MUSCLE SYSTEM ON STRENGTH PERFORMANCE
    Chia-Hsiang Chen, Hsiang-Chih Shih, Tzyy-Yuang SHIANG, Ya-Chi KO
  37. THE EFFECT OF STRENGTHENING USING DIFFERENT MOMENT OF INERTIA RESISTANCE
    En-Chung Chang, I-Han Tai, Tzyy-Yuang Shiang
  38. ULTRASOUND BIOMICROSCOPY AND MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGES IN THE CHARACTERIZATION OF RAT MUSCLE SUBMITTED TO STRETCHING TRAINING – A PRELIMINARY STUDY
    Carolina Carneiro Peixinho, João Carlos Machado, Liliam Fernandes de Oliveira, Natália Santos da Fonseca Martins
  39. ADAPTATIONS OF MUSCLE-TENDON UNIT TO A 8-WEEK STATIC STRETCHING PROGRAM OF TRICEPS SURAE MUSCLES
    Carolina Carneiro Peixinho, Gabriel Abreu e Silva, João Carlos Machado, Liliam Fernandes de Oliveira
  40. IMMEDIATE EFFECTS OF HIGH-VELOCITY SPINAL MANIPULATION IN PEAK TORQUE AND POWER ON QUADRICEPS MUSCLE IN ASYMPTOMATIC INDIVIDUALS
    Eurico Lara de Campos Beto, Fabrício José Jassi, João Paulo Siloto, Paulo Fernandes Pires, Priscila Kalil Morelhão, Tiago Del Antonio
  41. INCONSISTENCY BETWEEN OBJECTIVE AND SUBJECTIVE DIFFICULTY OF BUTTON-PRESS TASK
    Mitsunori Tada, Yoshifumi Nishida
  42. THE CONTROL STRATEGY FOR HUMAN LOCOMOTOR ADAPTATION CHANGES WITH PRACTICE FROM OPTIMAL FEEDBACK CONTROL TO NOISE REDUCTION
    Brian P. Selgrade, Young-Hui Chang
  43. THE USE OF NONLINEAR OPTICAL MEHTODS IN COMBINATION WITH TENSILE TESTING OF CONNECTIVE TISSUE IN RESPECT TO AGEING
    Daniel Hadraba, Eva Filová, František Lopot, Jiří Janáček, Karel Jelen, Ondřej Fanta
  44. MECHANICAL CHARACTERIZATION OF CRUCIATE AND COLLATERAL LIGAMENTS OF HUMAN KNEE
    Bernardo Innocenti, Loïc Malet, Luc Labey, Ronny De Corte, Silvia Pianigiani, Stéphan Godet
  45. PROLONGED PRONATION IN RUNNERS WITH ACHILLES TENDINOPATHY
    James Becker, Li-Shan Chou, Louis Osternig, Robert Wayner , Stanley James
  46. RELIABILITY OF THE PATELLAR TENDON LENGTH AND THICKNESS MEASURES BY ULTRASONOGRAPHY
    Kelly Mônica Marinho e Lima, Liliam Fernandes de Oliveira, Marcelle Ribeiro Rodrigues, Wagner Coelho de Albuquerque Pereira
  47. INTERACTION BETWEEN TENDON COMPLIANCE AND ACTIVATION LEVEL ON FIBER OPERATING LENGTHS OF SKELETAL MUSCLE
    Hardik Sanghvi, Jonas Rubenson, Katrina Easton, Melinda J. Cromie, Richard L. Marsh , Scott L. Delp
  48. FIRST APPROACH OF A PROTOCOL FOR TEST BONE ADHESIVES
    C. Castro, C. Moreno J. Briceño, D. Tabima, F. Cedano, J. Casas
  49. MECHANICAL CHARACTERISATION OF FOAM-CEMENT INTERFACE UNDER SELECTED LOADING CONDITIONS
    Arne Ohrndorf, Gianluca Tozzi, Hans-Jurgen Christ, Jie Tong, Qinghang Zhang, Teodolito Guillen
  50. MECHANICAL STRENGTH OF ESIN INTERLOCKING SYSTEMS TREATING PEDIATRIC FEMUR FRACTURES
    Annelie Weinberg, Barbara Weiss, Christoph Castellani, Elmar Tschegg , Leopold Berger, Stefan Fischerauer
  51. EXPERIMENTALLY VALIDATED NUMERICAL SIMULATION OF CONICAL PEDICLE SCREW PULLOUT
    Evangelos A. Magnissalis, Panagiotis E. Chatzistergos, Stavros K. Kourkoulis
  52. MEASUREMENT OF THE VARIATIONS OF IMPACT DURATIONS TO MONITOR THE PRESS-FIT INSERTION OF THE ACETABULAR CUP IMPLANT
    Adrien Michel, Guillaume Haïat, Jérôme Allain , Vincent Mathieu
  53. DOES AN INDIVIDUAL DESIGN OF THE PATELLOFEMORAL GROOVE IN TKA ENHANCE THE BIOMECHANICAL PERFORMANCE REGARDING PATELLAR KINEMATICS AND PRESSURES?
    Andrea Lorenz, Barbara Lange, Markus Wünschel, Nikolaus Wülker, Peter Schnauffer, Ulf G. Leichtle, Yvonne Herzog
  54. LOAD TRANSFER IN THE FOSSA COMPONENT IN TMJ ARTHROPLASTY.
    António Ramos, Michel Mesnard
  55. THE MICROPOLAR BEHAVIOUR OF CORTICAL BONE: SIZE AND SURFACE EFFECTS IN 3 POINT BENDING
    Jamie Frame, Marcus Wheel, Philip Riches
  56. EVALUATION OF HYPERELASTIC MODELS FOR TIBIAL ARTICULAR CARTILAGE UNDER HIGH STRAIN RATE LOADING
    Ellen M. Arruda, Jessica M. Deneweth, Scott G. McLean, Shannon M. Pomeroy
  57. DEVELOPMENT AND EVALUATION OF POLYCARBONATE-URETHANE COMPOSITE FOR A KNEE MENISCUS REPLACEMENT
    A.O Tiamiyu, C.L Vaughan
  58. INFLUENCE OF SYSADOA GROUP CHEMICALS ON GONARTHROSIS, RHEOLOGICAL PROPERTIES MEASUREMENT IN VIVO
    Frantisek Lopot, Karel Jelen, Petr Kubovy
  59. CORRELATION BETWEEN THREE-DIMENSIONAL GAIT ANALYSIS, PAIN PERCEPTION AND STENOSIS DEGREE VERIFIED ON IMAGING EXAM IN PATIENTS WITH LUMBAR SPINAL STENOSIS
    Bernal MB, Garbelotti Jr. SA, Godoy W, Greve JMD, Lucareli, Ramalho Jr. A
  60. INFLUENCE OF FEMUR’S MORPHOLOGY AND LOWER LIMB MISALIGNMENT ON KNEE MEDIAL INTRA-ARTICULAR SPACE REDUCTION
    Fernando de Aguiar Lemos, Gabriela Hoff, Francisco Consoli Karam, Marco Aurélio Vaz
  61. DETERMINING THE EFFECT OF LEG LENGTH DISCREPANCY SIMULATION ON PELVIC ALIGNMENT BY USING DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY
    Makoto NEJISHIMA, Shigeki YOKOYAMA, Shohei OHGI, Daniel Varin
  62. LOWER-LIMBS STRENGTH IN SYMPTOMATIC AND ASYMPTOMATIC FEMOROACETABULAR IMPINGEMENT PATIENTS
    Giulia Mantovani, Mario Lamontagne, Paul E. Beaulé, Simon Blais
  63. CHANGES IN NEUROMUSCULAR FUNCTION OF THE QUADRCEPS MUSCLE WITH AGING
    Anett Mau-Moeller, Martin Behrens, Rainer Bader, Sven Bruhn, Tobias Lindner
  64. LOW LEVEL LASER THERAPY (LLLT) IMPROVES HEALTHY STATUS AND QUADRICEPS MUSCLE ACTIVATION IN ELDERLY WITH KNEE OSTEOARTHRITIS
    Bruno Manfredini Baroni, Eduardo Camargo, Fernando Aguiar Lemos, Guilherme Auler Brodt, Klauber Pompeo, Marco Aurélio Vaz, Michele Zini dos Santos, Mônica de Oliveira Melo
  65. EFFECTS OF A 12-WEEK NEUROMUSCULAR ELECTRICAL STIMULATION HOME-BASED PROGRAM ON TORQUE PRODUCTION, FUNCTIONAL CAPACITY AND QUALITY OF LIFE OF ELDERLY WOMAN WITH KNEE OSTEOARTHRITIS
    Marco Aurélio Vaz, Matias Fröhlich, Michele Zini dos Santos
  66. KNEE MUSCLE ACTIVATION STRATEGIES OF YOUNGER, OLDER AND OSTEOARTHRITIC POPULATIONS DURING STANDING FORCE CONTROL TASKS
    Andrew J.J. Smith, Daniel L. Benoit, Heather Bigham, Teresa E. Flaxman
  67. GAIT RETRAINING TO REDUCE THE KNEE ADDUCTION MOMENT: ONE STRATEGY FITS ALL?
    Benedicte Vanwanseele, Martijn Pisters , Tim Gerbrands
  68. CHANGES IN KNEE ADDUCTION MOMENT AND KNEE JOINT ALIGNMENT IN THE FRONTAL PLANE BY AN ANKLE-FOOT-ORTHOSIS
    Cynthia Fantini Pagani, Gert-Peter Brüggemann, Rita Benker , Steffen Willwacher
  69. AMBULATORY KINEMATICS CORRELATES WITH FUTURE DISEASE PROGRESSION IN MEDIAL OSTEOARTHRITIC KNEES
    Eric F. Chehab, Jennifer C. Erhart-Hledik, Julien Favre, Thomas P. Andriacchi
  70. TIBIOFEMORAL AND PATELLOFEMORAL JOINT FORCES DURING DEEP SQUATTING AND KNEELING
    Dorothee Drolshagen, Nicole Lundershausen, Rolf P. Ellegast, Ulrich Glitsch
  71. RUNNING KINEMATIC ANALYSIS IN SUBJECTS WITH AND WITHOUT ANTERIOR KNEE PAIN
    Adriane Mara de Souza Muniz, Felipe Costa Alvim, Luciano Luporini Menegaldo
  72. APPLICATION OF PRINCIPAL COMPONENT ANALYSIS IN MYOELECTRIC SIGNAL DURING RUNNING IN PATIENTS WITH ANTERIOR KNEE PAIN
    Adriane Mara de Souza Muniz, Glauber R Pereira, Gustavo Leporace, Jurandir Nadal, Roger Gomes Tavares de Mello
  73. ANALYSIS OF DYNAMIC VALGUS KNEE IN WOMEN WITH PATELLOFEMORAL PAIN SYNDROME DURING JUMP PREPARATION AND LANDING
    Amir Curcio dos Reis, André Serra Bley, Jeniffer Nunes Medrado, João Carlos Ferrari Corrêa, Nayra Deise dos Anjos Rabelo, Paulo Roberto Garcia Lucareli
  74. INFLUENCE OF PATELLAR TAPING ON PLANTAR PRESSURE IN SUBJECTS WITH AND WITHOUT PATELLOFEMORAL PAIN SYNDROME
    Eduardo Stapait, Gilmar Moraes Santos, Lisiane Piazza, Thiele de Cássia Libardoni Morgan Lanzarin
  75. THE EFFECT OF DROP LANDING HEIGHT ON BIOMECHANICAL RISK FACTORS AND THE NEUROMUSCULAR PROTECTIVE MECHANISM OF THE ANTERIOR CRUCIATE LIGAMENT INJURY IN FEMALE SOCCER PLAYERS
    Hae-Lee Park, Hyun-Jung Cho, Jiseon Ryu, Sang-Kyoon Park, Sukhoon Yoon, Sunghe Ha
  76. NEUROMUSCULAR EFFICIENCY OF VASTUS LATERALIS AND BICEPS FEMORIS MUSCLES AFTER ANTERIOR CRUCIATE LIGMENT RECONSTRUCTION
    Carolina Silva Flóride, Fernando Amâncio Aragão, Gabriel Santo Schäfer
  77. THE EFFECT OF FATIGUE ON LOWER LIMB KINEMATICS POST ACL RECONSTRUCTION AND RETURN TO SPORTS PARTICIPATION
    Jochen Baumeister, John Cockcroft, Quinette Louw, Silke von Detten, Sjan-Mari van Niekerk
  78. CHARACTERIZATION AND COMPARISON OF UNLOADER (ABDUCTION) KNEE BRACE STIFFNESS
    Kevin J. Deluzio, Marcus J. Brown, Scott C. E. Brandon
  79. BIOMECHANICS OF THE NON-OPERATED KNEE BEFORE AND TWO MONTHS AFTER TOTAL KNEE ARTHROPLASTY
    Arielle G. Fisher, Benjamin Bernfeld, Eytan M. Debbi, Moshe Salai
  80. ACL PRESERVING TOTAL KNEE REPLACEMENT CAN IMPROVE KNEE STABILITY
    Camilla Halewood, Conor Lowry, David Simpson, Jan Victor, Johan Bellemans, Simon, Steven Claes, Thomas Luyckx
  81. 3D PATELLOFEMORAL JOINT KINEMATICS DURING A COUNTERMOVEMENT JUMP: FEASIBILITY OF A MODEL BASED ON EXTERNAL MARKERS
    Afonsa Janaína da Silva, Amanda P. Silvatti, Ana Lorena Marche, Jerusa P. R. Lara, Juliana M. Carmona, Ricardo M. L.
  82. BIOMECHANIC STRATEGIES DURING THE JUMP LANDING IN WOMAN WITH AND WITHOUT PATELLOFEMORAL PAIN SYNDROME
    Paulo Roberto Garcia Lucareli, Amir Curcio dos Reis, André Serra Bley Nayra Deise dos Anjos Rabelo, João Carlos Ferrari Corrêa, Thiago Yukio Fukuda
  83. NEURO-MECHANICAL INTERACTION DURING AN IMITATED ANKLE SPRAIN MECHANISM
    Albert Gollhofer, Anne Krause Dominic Gehring, Benedikt Lauber
  84. NO NEGATIVE EFFECTS OF PROPHYLACTIC ANKLE BRACING AFTER 6 MONTHS
    Benjamin Haar, Claudia Reule, Heinz Lohrer., Wilfried Alt
  85. GAIT JOINT FORCE BEHAVIOR IN TOTAL ANKLE REPLACEMENT AT MEDIUM TERM
    Carlos De la Fuente, Francisco Soza, Giovanni Carcuro, Rony Silvestre
  86. WALK TO RUN GAIT TRANSITIONS TRIGGERED BY FLEXOR MUSCLES: INSIGHTS FROM UNILATERAL, TRANSTIBIAL AMPUTEES
    Tracy Norman, Young-Hui Chang
  87. OPTIMAL CONTROL FORMULATION FOR THE GAIT WITH CRUTCHES
    Bruno A. Taissun, Marko Ackermann
  88. PRE- AND POST OPERATIVE MUSCLE FUNCTION IN CROUCHED GAIT – A CASE STUDY USING MRI-BASED MUSCULOSKELETAL MODELS
    Andreas Kranzl, Marcus G. P, Margit Gföhler, Reinhard Hainisch
  89. POWERED BIARTICULAR EXOSKELETON WITH GASTROCNEMIUS MIMICKING CONFIGURATION PRODUCES HIGHER REDUCTION IN METABOLIC COST THAN SOLEUS MIMICKING CONFIGURATION
    Dirk De Clercq, Philippe Malcolm, Samuel Galle, Wim Derave
  90. MODIFIED FOREARM CRUTCHES FOR LOAD BEARING MEASUREMENT IN EXOSKELETON ASSISTED GAIT
    Eleonora Guanziroli, Ileana Bodini, Matteo Lancini, Simone Pasinetti
  91. RELATION BETWEEN PRESSURE SENSITIVITY AND PLANTAR IN DIFFERENT REGIONS OF FOOT IN YOUNG AND ELDERLY
    Álvaro Machado, Felipe Carpes, Gabriéli Bombach
  92. PLANTAR SURFACE CONTOUR ANALYSIS USING CLOSE RANGE PHOTOGRAMMETRY
    Albert Chong, Duaa Alshadli, Jasmin Al-Baghdadi, Peter Milburn, Richard Newsham-West
  93. COMPARISONS OF FOOT ANTHROPOMETRY AND PLANTAR ARCH INDEXES BETWEEN GERMAN AND BRAZILIAN CHILDREN
    Andrea N. Onodera, Dieter Rosenbaum, Isabel C.N. Sacco, Kerstin Bosch
  94. FOOT DYNAMICS ANALYSIS WITH COMPARISON TO OTHER PARAMETERS
    Barbora Pankova, Karel Jelen, Petr Kubovy
  95. QUANTIFYING STAIR GAIT STABILITY AND FORCE LOADING PATTERNS, WITH MODIFICATIONS TO INSOLE HARDNESS
    Patrick Antonio, Stephen D. Perry
  96. MULTIDIMENSIONAL DIFFERENCES IN HUMAN GAIT DUE TO DIFFERENT FOOTWEAR
    Benno M. Nigg, Christian Maurer , Hendrik Enders, Vinzenz von Tscharner
  97. PLANTAR PRESSURE ANALYSIS OF INSERTS IN HIGH HEELED SHOES
    Abraham Perez-Cortes, Alejandra A. Silva-Moreno, Fernando Sotelo-Barroso, Manuel Hernandez-Trejo, Michelin Alvarez-Camacho
  98. PREVALENCE OF FOOT, SKIN AND NAIL DISORDERS AMONG WOMEN WEARING HIGH-HEELED SHOES: THE FRAMINGHAM FOOT STUDY
    Alyssa Dufour , Anglia Ruskin, Howard Hillstrom, Marian T Hannan, Rajshree Mootanah
  99. ASSESSMENT OF TISSUE GLYCATION ON PLANTAR SOFT TISSUE STIFFNESS
    Jaeyoung Park, Jee Chin Teoh, Seung-Bum Park , Taeyong Lee
  100. A NOVEL MODEL OF DIABETIC FOOT ULCERATION BASED ON POROUS MEDIA MECHANICS
    Annamaria Guiotto, Bernhard Schrefler, Claudio Cobelli , Daniela Boso, Giuseppe Sciumè, Zimi Sawacha
  101. GAIT ANALYSIS DRIVEN 2D FINITE ELEMENT MODEL OF THE NEUROPATHIC HINDFOOT.
    Alessandra Scarton, Angelo Avogaro, Annamaria Guiotto, Claudio Cobelli, Gabriella Guarneri, Zimi Sawacha
  102. 3D FINITE ELEMENT MODEL OF THE DIABETIC NEUROPATHIC FOOT: A GAIT ANALYSIS DRIVEN APPROACH
    Alessandra Scarton, Angelo Avogaro, Annamaria Guiotto, Claudio Cobelli, Gabriella Guarneri, Zimi Sawacha
  103. CLASSIFICATION OF FOREFOOT PLANTAR PRESSURE DISTRIBUTION IN PATIENTS WITH DIABETES: A BIOMECHANICAL APPROACH BASED ON RELATIVE REGIONAL IMPULSES AND NON-HIERACHICAL CLUSTERING
    Filip Staes, Frank Nobels, Giovanni Matricali, Herman Bruyninckx, Jos Tits, Kaat Desloovere, Kevin Deschamps, Maria Flour , Philip Roosen, Pieter Spaepen
  104. THE EFFECT OF PERIPHERAL NEUROPATHY SEVERITY ON GAIT CHARACTERISTICS IN DIABETIC PATIENTS
    Adam Fleischer, Bijan Najafi, Carolyn Kelly, Dana Berns, Gurtej Grewal, Rachel Albright , Sai Vikas Yalla
  105. MUSCLE DYNAMICS DURING GAIT OF DIFFERENT DEGREES OF DIABETIC NEUROPATHY SEVERITY CLASSIFIED BY A FUZZY EXPERT MODEL
    Cristina D. Sartor, Isabel C. N. Sacco, Marco K. Butugan, Neli R. S. Ortega , reja P. Picon, Ricky Watari
  106. MULTICHANNEL EMG-BASED ESTIMATION OF FIBER CONDUCTION VELOCITY DURING ISOMETRIC CONTRACTION IN DIABETIC PATIENTS WITH DIFFERENT SEVERITY DEGREES OF NEUROPATHY CLASSIFIED BY A FUZZY EXPERT SYSTEM
    Anice C. Pássaro, Cristina D. Sartor , Isabel C. N. Sacco, Marco K. Butugan, Ricky Watari
  107. RELIABILITY OF NERVE FUNCTION ASSESSMENTS IN PEOPLE WITH PERIPHERAL NEUOPATHY
    Duckchan Jang , Li Li, Matthew Lane Holmes, Shuqi Zhang
  108. CENTRAL NERVE SYSTEM ADAPTATION IN PEOPLE WITH PERIPHERAL NEUROPATHY
    Li Li, Matthew Lane Holmes, Shuqi Zhang
  109. GAIT COMPENSATIONS IN RATS AFTER A TEMPORARY NERVE PALSY
    Anthony M.J. Bull, David Britzman , Theofano Eftaxiopoulou, Warren Macdonald
  110. A COMPARISON OF METHODS FOR CALCULATING NEUROLOGICAL DELAYS IN PERTURBED STANCE
    Glen Blenkinsop, Matthew Pain, Michael Hiley
  111. THE EFFECT OF AEROBIC TRAINING IN STROKE PEOPLE: THE EMG AND BALANCE CHANGE
    Alberto C. Amadio, Aline Bigongiari, Flavia A. Souza, Juliana V. Francica, Luis Mochizuki, Patrícia M. Franciulli
  112. SYMMETRY OF LOWER LIMBS KINEMATICS IN CHILDREN WITH HEMIPARETIC CEREBRAL PALSY PERFORMING SIT-TO-STAND MOVEMENT – PILOT STUDY
    Adriana Neves dos Santos, Nelci Adriana Cicuto Ferreira Rocha, Silvia Leticia Pavão
  113. AN ADAPTIVE HOME-USE REHABILITATION SYSTEM FOR THE UPPER BODY
    Alon Wolf, Ariel V. Dowling, Ouriel Barzilay
  114. PROPOSAL OF A VIRTUAL ENVIRONMENT TO SUPPORT THE FUNCTIONAL UPPER LIMBS REHABILITATION USING THE MICROSOFT® KINECT® MOVEMENT SENSOR
    Dagoberto Miranda Barbosa, Fabrício Leonard Leopoldino, Leonardo da Cunha Brito, Marcus Fraga Vieira
  115. GAIT PROFILE SCORE AND MOVEMENT ANALYSIS PROFILE IN PATIENTS WITH PARKINSON’S DISEASE DURING COGNITIVE TASK
    Danielli Souza Speciali, Elaine Menezes de Oliveira, Jefferson R Cardoso, João Carlos Ferrari Correa, Paulo Roberto Garcia Lucareli, Richard Baker
  116. PENDULAR ENERGY TRANSDUCTION WITHIN STEP IN STROKE SUBJECTS IS DEPENDENT OF WALKING SPEED
    Clarissa Pedrini Schuch, Gustavo Balbinot
  117. ASSESSING MECHANICAL DEMAND IMPOSED ON THE UPPER EXTREMITY DURING MANUAL WHEELCHAIR PROPULSION IN REALISTIC CONTEXTS
    Edward V. Wagner, Ian M. Russell, Jan Furumasu, Jill L. McNitt-Gray, Joseph M. Munaretto, Korkut G. Brown, Lauren Gunderson, Mary M. Rodgers, Philip S. Requejo
  118. AN ACTIVE ARM SUPPORT FOR WHEELCHAIR
    Federico Casolo, Federico Valerio, Masoud Amiri , Nicolò Donella
  119. BIOMECHANICAL EVALUATION OF ULNAR COLLATERAL LIGAMENT RECONSTRUCTION OF THE ELBOW USING THE DOCKING TECHNIQUE
    Christopher C. Dodson, Michael G. Ciccotti, Ramya Namani, Sorin Siegler, Steven B. Cohen
  120. SPATIAL DISTRIBUTION OF SURFACE EMG AMPLITUDE DURING SELECTIVE ACTIVATION OF DORSAL FOREARM MUSCLES
    Alberto Botter, Alessio Gallina
  121. ESTIMATING FINITE ROTATION AXES OF THE RADIUS FOR FOREARM ROTATION
    Desney Greybe, Kumar Mithraratne, Michael R. Bol
  122. A 3D FINITE ELEMENT MODEL OF THE RADIUS, WITH THE RADIAL COMPONENT OF MAESTRO PROTHESIS, UNDER A MAXIMAL GRIP LOADING CONDITION
    António Completo, António Ramos, Carlos Relvas , Joana Pereira, José Simões
  123. RELIABILITY, STANDARD ERROR AND MINIMAL DETECTABLE CHANGE OF THE PECTORALIS MINOR LENGTH MEASUREMENT IN HEALTHY SUBJECTS
    Dayana Patricia Rosa, John D. Borstad , Paula Rezende Camargo
  124. A PROBABILISTIC APPROACH TO ASSESS ACTIVITY DURING DYNAMIC ECCENTRIC AND CONCENTRIC CONTRACTIONS
    Catherine Disselhorst-Klug, Tim Kleiber
  125. REACHING COORDINATION ANALISIS OF 6-YEAR-OLD CHILDREN
    Fábia C. da Silva-Amann, Léia B. Bagesteiro, Rogério B. Balthazar, Ruth F. Santos-Galduróz
  126. 3-D SCAPULAR KINEMATICS DURING ELEVATION AND LOWERING OF THE ARM IN TYPICAL CHILDREN AND HEALTHY ADULTS
    Fernanda Assis Paes Habechian, Giovanna Gurgel Fornasari, Luciane da Silva Sacramento , Paula Rezende Camargo
  127. SCAPULAR THREE-DIMENSIONAL KINEMATICS IN A CASE OF STERNOCLAVICULAR INSTABILITY
    Gisele Garcia Zanca, Michele Forgiarini Saccol, Stela Márcia Mattiello, Walter Ansanello Netto
  128. TRAPEZIUS CLAVICULAR PORTION - EMG ACTIVATION DURING MAXIMAL ISOMETRIC CONTRACTIONS
    Ana Beatriz de Oliveira, Fernanda Cabegi de Barros, Gisele Garcia Zanca, Stela Márcia Mattiello, Walter Ansanello Netto
  129. SHOULDER COMPLEX JOINT LOCATION: AN IN-VIVO STUDY USING INTRACORTICAL PINS, IMAGING AND SKIN MARKERS
    Arne Lundberg , Benjamin Michaud, Mickaël Begon, Paul Allard, Toni Arndt, Xavier Robert-Lachaine
  130. ANALYSIS OF RATE OF FORCE DEVELOPMENT, MAXIMAL FORCE AND TIME TO MAXIMAL FORCE DURING CLOSED KINETI CHAIN UPPER EXTREMITY STABILITY (CKCUES) TEST
    Anamaria Siriani de Oliveira, Debora Bevilaqua Grossi , Helga Tatiana Tucci, Kevin J McQuade, Lilian Ramiro Felicio
  131. FINITE HELICAL AXIS BEHAVIOR IN CERVICAL KINEMATICS
    Corrado Cescon , Erik Cattrysse , Marco Barbero , Ron Clijsen
  132. REPRODUCIBILITY OF 3D-CERVICAL KINEMATICS DURING ROTATIONAL HIGH VELOCITY THRUST IN VITRO
    Cattrysse E, Gianola S. , Provyn S. , Scafolgieri S. , Van Roy P.
  133. EFFECTS OF MANUAL THERAPY AND EXERCISES APPLIED TO THE CERVICAL SPINE IN HEAD POSTURE AND SYMPTOMS OF SUBJECTS WITH TEMPOROMANDIBULAR DYSFUNCTION (TMD)
    Ana Beatriz de Oliveira, Bruno L. S. Grüninger, Letícia Bojikian Calixtre, Liliana Chiappa
  134. EFFECTS OF DIFFERENT KINESIO TAPING METHODS ON NECK MUSCLES STRENGTH FOR CLIENTS WITH MECHANICAL NECK DISORDERS
    Chich-Haung Yang, Chien-Fen Lin, Lan-Yuen Guo
  135. PILLOW USE: A COMPARISON OF CERVICAL AND UPPER TRUNK MUSCLES ACTIVITY IN THREE PILLOW HEIGHTS
    Beatriz Friso, Isabel C.N. Sacco, Ivye L. Pereira, Karolyne de Souza, Roberto Casanova, Samires Viterbo, Vivian C. Silva
  136. COMPARISON OF NECK MOVEMENT SMOOTHNESS BETWEEN CLIENTS WITH MECHANICAL NECK DISORDER AND ASYMPTOMATIC INDIVIDUALS USING SPECTRUM ENTROPY METHOD
    Chia-Chi Yang, Fong-Chin Su , Lan-Yuen Guo
  137. NECK SENSORYMOTOR DISTURBANCE IN THE EARLY STAGE AND 6 MONTH AFTER A WHIPLASH TRAUMA
    Antoine Couturier, Baptiste Soz, Danping Wang, Jennyfer Lecompte, Pierre-Paul Vidal, Sébastien Laporte, Sophie Blancho
  138. COMPARISON BETWEEN A SUBJECT-SPECIFIC MODEL TO ESTIMATE MOMENTS IN THE LOW BACK AND 3D-SSPP
    Adam Labaj, Florence Meyer, Geneviève Dumas, Ryan Budd, Tara Diesbourg
  139. EMG DRIVEN MODEL OF THE LUMBAR SPINE DURING FLEXION, BENDING AND ROTATION USING OPENSIM
    Lara McManus, Madeleine Lowery, Maurice Curtin, Ulrik McCarty Persson
  140. THREE-DIMENSIONAL MOTION ANALYSIS OF LUMBO-PELVIC RHYTHM DURING TRUNK LATERAL BENDING
    Haga Nobuhiko, Inokuchi Haruhi, Ogata Naoshi, Tojima Michio
  141. INFLUENCE OF PHYSICAL EFFORT ON GAIT KINEMATICS IN LUMBAR SPINAL STENOSIS
    Bernal MB, Ciryllo FN, Garbelotti Jr. SA, Godoy W, Greve JMD, Lucareli, PRG, Ramalho Jr. A
  142. RISK CHARACTERIZATION OF LOW BACK INJURY DURING MANUAL PATIENT HANDLING
    Dong-Yun Gu, Yu Wu
  143. THE EFFECTS OF LEG LENGTH DISCREPANCY ON INTER-SEGMENTAL COORDINATION BETWEEN THE SPINE AND PELVIS DURING GAIT: A DYNAMICAL SYSTEMS APPROACH
    Aoife Healy, David Dunning, Nachiappan Chockalingam, Robert Needham, Roozbeh Naemi
  144. TRUNK MUSCLE ACTIVITY IS INDEPENDENT OF ANGLE ACHIEVED IN POSTERIOR PELVIC TILT
    Kathrin Grill, Stephanie Valentin, Theresia Licka
  145. MUSCULO-TENDINOUS STIFFNESS OF THE HEAD-NECK SEGMENT FOR EXTENSION MOVEMENT DURING APPLICATION OF QUICK-RELEASES
    Franck Quaine, Pierre Portero, Raphaël Portero, Violaine Cahouet
  146. INTER RATERRELIABILITY IN THORACIC AND LUMBAR ANGLES ANALYSIS USING THE FOTOGRAMMETRY
    Alessandra Beggiato Porto, Bruno Secco Faquin , Celina Maria Quirino, Tulio Bernardo Macedo Alfano Moura, Victor Hugo Alves Okazaki
  147. RELIABILITY OF MIDDLE TRAPEZIUS MUSCLE THICKNESS MEASURED BY ULTRASOUND IMAGING
    Adriane M Muniz, Jurandir Nadal, Liliam F Oliveira, Lucenildo S Cerqueira, Roger GT Mello, Rogério SL Mattos
  148. REABILITY OF ULTRASOUND IMAGING FOR THE MEASUREMENT OF ABDOMINAL MUSC LE ACTIVITY IN PATIENTS WITH CHRONIC NON-SP ECIFIC LOW BACK PAIN: MORE IMAGE REGISTERS ARE BETTER?
    Danilo dos Santos Catelli, Fábio Mícolis de Azevedo, Paulo Roberto Carvalho do Nascimento, Rúben de Faria Negrão Filho
  149. UNDERSTAND THE ACTIVE STRAIGHT LEG RAISE (ASLR): AN ELECTROMYOGRAPHIC STUDY IN HEALTHY SUBJECT
    Hai Hu, Jaap van Dieën, Onno Meijer, Paul Hodges, Sjoerd Bruijn
  150. THE EFFECTS OF THE USAGE OF VIDEO GAME SYSTEM ON MUSCULAR RECRUITMENT
    Camila Torriani-Psin, Fabio Navarro Cyrillo, Jose Eduardo Pompeu, Luciano Castello
  151. LOW LOAD ‘MOTOR CONTROL’ STABILITY EXERCISES CAN BALANCE ACTIVATION OF RECTUS ABDOMINIS MUSCLE.
    Alexandre Cosialls, Fabio Navarro Cyrillo, Luciano Castello, Silvio Garbelotti
  152. MUSCLE ACTIVATION DURING THE ABDOMINAL EXERCISES PERFORMED ON DIFFERENT SUPPORT BASES
    Carlos Rodeguer, Fabio da Silva Lourenço, Flavio Costa Silva, Guilherme Ricardo Prazeres Correia, Luis Mochizuki, Nadjila Tejo Machado, Rosemary da Silva Sales, Talita Rosa de Oliveira, Ulysses Fernandes Ervilha
  153. MATERIAL PROPERTIES CHARACTERIZATION OF THE HUMAN ABDOMINAL MUSCULAR ZONES IN RELAXED AND CONTRACTED STATES: AN APPROACH COMBINING IN VIVO EXPERIMENTS AND NUMERICAL SIMULATIONS
    Doris Tran, Florence Podwojewski, Frédéric Turquier, Tristan Belzacq
  154. DIASTASIS RECOVERY AFTER PREGNANCY. A FOLLOW UP ULTRASOUND STUDY ON CHANGES OF INTER-RECTI DISTANCE FROM LATE PREGNANCY TILL 6 MONTHS POSTPARTUM
    Ana Isabel Carita , Augusto Gil Pascoal, Kari Bo, Patrícia Mota
  155. DOES THE PARTIAL SIT-UP EXERCISE REDUCE THE POSTPARTUM INTER-RECTUS ABDOMNIS DISTANCE?
    Augusto Gil Pascoal, Fátima Sancho, Kari Bo, Patrícia Mota
  156. SPATIO-TEMPORAL PARAMETERS OF WALKING IN NONSPECIFC CHRONIC LOW BACK PAIN: A COMPARATIVE STUDY
    Alberito Rodrigo Carvalho, Ander Peyré-Tartaruga., José Roberto Svistalski, Leonardo Alex, Lígia Inez da Silva, Ronaldo Valdir Briani, Welds Rodrigo Ribeiro Bertor
  157. THE MOVEMENTS OF THE HUMAN L-SPINE WITH DEGENERATIVE CHANGE
    Dai-Soon Kwak, Deog-Im Kim, Dong-Ho Kim, Ho-Jung Cho, Sang-Hyun Kim
  158. FUNCTIONAL EVALUATION OF FINGERS: PRELIMINARY RESULTS
    Benoît Beyer, Céline Mahieu, Fédor Moiseev, Jérôme Coupier, Marcel Rooze , Olivier Snoeck, Patrick Salvia, Samir Hamoudi, Serge Van Sint Jan, Véronique Feipel, Victor Sholukha
  159. ESTIMATION OF GRIP FORCE USING MOTION ANALYSIS AND PRESSURE SENSITIVE SENSORS
    Anton Arndt , Fredrik Tinmark, Kjartan Halvorsen
  160. TRAJECTORY OF CENTER OF PRESSURE AND POSTURE OF FINGERTIP DURING LIFTING TASK
    Kazunori Umeda, Kyohei Sato, Mitsunori Tada
  161. HIP CONTACT FORCES IN HEALTHY AND HIP OSTEROARTHRITIS POPULATION
    David G. Lloyd, Hoa X. Hoang, Luca Modenese
  162. IS THERE A RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN HIP MUSCLE STRENGTH, FUNCTION AND PHYSICAL ACTIVITY LEVELS IN HIP OSTEOARTHRITIS?
    Aderson Loureiro , Maria Constantinou, Peter Mills, Rod Barrett
  163. EFFECT OF TOTAL KNEE ARTHROPLASTY ON BALANCING CAPACITY AFTER SUDDEN PERTURBATION IN PATIENTS OPERATED ON BY CONVENTIONAL TECHNIQUES
    Ákos Pethes, Rita M. Kiss
  164. MAXIMUM FUCTIONAL STRENGTH THE KNEE AND ANKLE OF YOUNG AND ELDERLY
    Camilla Z. Hallal, Deborah H. Spinoso, Luciano F. Crozara, Mary H. Morcelli , Mauro Gonçalves, Nise R. Marques
  165. CONTRIBUTIONS OF SUPPORT LIMB MUSCLES TO RECOVERY FROM A STUMBLE
    Baha Sharafi, Yasin Dhaher
  166. DETECTION OF IMPAIRED STABILITY OF WALKING BY SIMULATED RESPONSE TO TRIPPING PERTURBATION
    Janne Avela, Jussi Timonen, Petro Moilanen, Rudolf Klemetti
  167. COMPARISON OF DIFFERENT METHODS FOR BALANCE ASSESSMENT IN ELDERLIES INSTITUTIONALIZED IN A HOME FOR THE AGED
    Edmundo Alves Junior, Flávia Porto, Gabriel Espinosa, Jonas Gurgel, Ricardo Braga , Wagner Oliveira Batista
  168. DEVELOPMENT OF A SAFE CYCLING TEST PROTOCOL TO EVALUATE POTENTIAL FALL RISK SITUATIONS FOR ELDERLY CYCLISTS
    Chris Baten, Hans Rietman, Jaap Buurke , Rosemary Dubbeldam
  169. DEVELOPMENT OF TRIPPING RISK EVALUATION SYSTEM INTERMS OF MINIMUM TOE CLEARANCE USING GROUND REACTION FORCE
    Eijiro Shibusawa , Kei Aoki, Masaaki Mochimaru, Yoshiyuki Kobayashi
  170. OBSTACLE CROSSING: DIFFERENT STRATEGIES IN PEOPLE WITH VISION, BLINDFOLDED OR BLIND
    Arturo Forner-Cordero, Sérgio Tosi Rodrigues, Valéria Duarte Garcia
  171. AVOIDING VIRTUAL OBSTACLES DURING WALKING: TESTING RESPONSE INHIBITON
    Ellen Smulders, Felipe Carpes, Jacques Duysens, Mirjam Pijnappels, Sabine Verschueren , Wouter Hoogkamer, Zrinka Potocanacand
  172. HUMAN BODY SEGMENT PARAMETERS DETERMINED BY 3D SCANNING ANTHROPOMETRY
    Kazuo Funato, Noriko Hakamada, Yu Kashiwagi
  173. CHARACTERISTICS OF BODY SEGMENT MASS DISTRIBUTIONS USING 3D ANTHROPOMETRY METHOD IN JAPANESE TOP MALE ATHLETE
    Kazuo Funato, Noriko Hakamada , Yuichi Hirano
  174. BODY SEGMENT INERTIAL PROPERTIES OF ELITE ATHLETES IN VARIOUS COMPETITIVE EVENTS
    Hidetaka Okada, Ryota Tsujimura, Tomoyasu Kosai, Toshiharu Yokozawa
  175. GEARED FOR THE OPEN OCEAN UNIQUE TENDONS IN TUNA STRETCH TO TUNE FIBER STRAINS DURING CRUISING SWIMMING
    Barbara Block, Lizzie Peiros, Matt Millard, Melinda Cromie
  176. AN ANIMAL MODEL TO STUDY SKIN-IMPLANT-BONE INTEGRATION AND PROSTHETIC GAIT WITH LIMB PROSTHESES DIRECTLY ATTACHED TO THE RESIDUAL LIMB
    Ashley Strong , Boris I. Prilutsky, Brad J. Farrell, John F. Dalton IV, Mark Pitkin, Robert S. Kistenberg
  177. CHARACTERIZATION OF ANIMAL MUSCLES AS ACTUATORS FOR BIO-MECHATRONIC SYSTEMS
    Cem Tutcu, Mehmet A. Akgun
  178. THE PIG AS A QUADRUPED MODEL OF MODIFIED BODY MOVEMENT AND INTER-LIMB SUPPORT COORDINATION CHANGES IN THE PRESENCE OF LAMENESS
    Edwards Sandra Ann, Guy Jonathan Hugh, Johnson Garth Roston, Stavrakakis Sophia, Syranidis Ioannis
  179. INTRA-OPERATOR RELIABILITY OF SKIN MARKER PLACEMENT IN KINEMATIC STUDIES OF THE PIG
    Edwards Sandra Ann, Guy Jonathan Hugh, Johnson Garth Roston, Stavrakakis Sophia, Warlow Oliver
  180. EQUINE NECK MOVEMENT: COMPARING SEGMENTAL KINEMATICS AND PRECISION RECALL OF TRAJECTORIES AND VELOCITIES
    Andreas Weber , Björn Krüger, Rebeka R. Zsoldos, Theresia F. Licka
  181. NET JOINT KINECTS IN THE HIND LIMB OF CALVES DURING STANCE PHASE OF NORMAL GAIT
    E. B. Las Casasa, H.J. K. Menzelb, L. A. Paoluccia, L. M. Gomidesa, R. R. Faleirosc
  182. STATICS OF THE BAT SHOULDER GIRDLE IN THE MID-DOWNSTROKE
    Aleksandra A. Panyutina, Alexer N. Kuznetsov
  183. MULTIFACETED EVALUATION OF ARTERIAL FUNCTION THROUGH TRANSMURAL PRESSURE MANIPULATION
    Hiromasa Tsukahara, Hiroshi Masuda, Kazuaki Nagayama, Kenji Shimo, Takahiro Kurokawa, Takeo Matsumoto, Toshiyuki Yaguchi
  184. BLOOD FLOW DYNAMICS CHARACTERISTICS BASED ON PLETHYSMOGRAPHIC MEASUREMENTS
    Adriana Ribeiro de Macedo, Antônio Claudio Lucas da Nóbrega , Marcio Nogueira de Souza
  185. AUTOMATIC IDENTIFICATION OF THE COLLAGEN ORGANIZATION IN THE VASCULAR WALL FROM HISTOLOGICAL STAINS
    Caroline Forsell Michal Tichy, Hana Druckmüllerova, Jiri Bursa, Robert Staffa, Robert Vlachovsky, Stanislav Polzer, T. Christian Gasser
  186. EFFECTS OF STRAIN, COLLAGEN AND ELASTIN ON THE POSITION OF THE CRACK INITIATION SITE OF BIAXIALLY STRETCHED AORTAS
    Shukei Sugita, Takeo Matsumoto
  187. EFFECT OF TISSUE MECHANICAL PROPERTIES ON OSCILLOMETRIC BLOOD PRESSURE MEASUREMENT METHOD
    Ahmed Al-Jumaily, Hai Lan
  188. CHANGES IN MECHANICAL STRENGTH OF ELECTROSPUN POLYMERIC SCAFFOLD DUE TO TISSUE INGROWTH IN A SUB-CUTANEOUS RAT MODEL
    Deon Bezuidenhout, Hugo Krynauw, Jannik Buescher, Peter Zilla, Thomas Franz
  189. FLUID STRUCTURE INTERACTION IN A CEREBRAL ANEURYSM MODEL USING THEIR OWN MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OBTAINED EXPERIMENTALLY
    Alvaro Valencia, Eduardo Bravo, Jorge Mura, Juan Sordo, Miguel Ignat, Patricio Burdiles, Rodrigo Rivera
  190. GAIT ANALYSIS IN CHRONIC HEART FAILURE PATIENTS POINTS TO THE CALF AS THE SOURCE OF REDUCED FUNCTIONAL CAPACITY
    Daniel J. Green, David G. Lloyd, Fausto A. Panizzolo, Jonas Rubenson, rew J. Maiorana
  191. DEVELOPMENT OF A PNEUMATIC DRIVEN LEFT VENTRICULAR ASSISTANT DEVICE (LVAD) - PRELIMINARY RESULTS
    C. Janeczek, H. Hackl, H. Mad, M. Gföhler, M. Hinteregger, R. Willinger, W. Mohl
  192. INSPIRATORY MUSCULAR ACTIVATION DURING THRESHOLD LOADING IN HEALTHY INDIVIDUALS
    Daniel Guedes Carrasco, Rodrigo Freitas Mantovani, Viviane Rech
  193. MANUAL THERAPY AND COPD: FROM THE MUSCULOSKELETAL SYSTEM TO THE LUNG
    Carlos V. Cruz, Diego L. Godoy, Felipe A. Contreras, Jorge J. Mauro., Lero A. Miret, Paulina A. Gutiérrez
  194. RESPIRATION UNDER MONOTONUOUS HYPOKINETIC CONDITIONS, ASSOCIATION WITH EEG SIGNAL
    Faber Josef, Jelen Karel, Krajca Vladimír, Lopot František, Lopotová Martina, Siegr Ladislav, Šorfová Monika
  195. BIOMECHANICAL ANALYSIS OF SQUAT AND COUNTER MOVEMENT JUMP IN SKATER
    Claudio Cobelli, Fabiola Spolaor, Martina Negretto, Zimi Sawacha
  1. EVALUATION OF ANKLE JOINT MOTION FROM SINGLE-PLANE RADIOGRAPHIC PROJECTIONS DURING BAREFOOT AND SHOD RUNNING
    Akiyama, Fukano, Fukubayashi
  2. BIOMECHANICAL IMPACT-RELATED VARIABLES AND PERCEPTION OF COMFORT IN RUNNING SHOES WITH DIFFERENT CUSHIONING TECHNOLOGIES
    Ana P Ribeiro, Andrea N Onodera, Isabel CN Sacco, Ivye LR Pereira, Marco k Butugan, Roberto C. Dinato
  3. BIOMECHANICAL DESCRIPTORS OF PROLONGED PRONATION IN RUNNERS
    James Becker, Li-Shan Chou, Louis Osternig, Robert Wayner, Stanley James
  4. EFFECTS OF THE PRONATION CONTROL RUNNING SHOES AT REARFOOT ANGLE DURING WALKING AND RUNNING
    Andreia Miana, Marcos Duarte, Maria Isabel Orseli
  5. CONTRIBUTION OF ILIOPSOAS AND QUADRATUS LUMBORUM MUSCLE SIZE ON LONG DISTANCE RUNNERS
    Tadao Isaka, Takeshi Saiki, Tomoyo Kageta, Toshiyuki Kurihara
  6. EFFECTS OF COMPRESSION GARMENTS ON MUSCLE ACTIVITY DURING RUNNING
    Jason McLaren, Kah Fai Leong, Pascal Joubert des Ouches, Ping Wang*
  7. THE EFFECT OF DIFFERENT CROUCH STARTS ON EMG ACTIVITY DURING FIRST STEP OF SPRINT
    Jia-Hao Chang, Yo Chen, Yu-Ju Tsai
  8. THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN CROSS SECTIONAL AREAS OF TRUNK AND THIGH MUSCLES AND CROSS-DIRECTIONAL DIFFERENCE OF SPRINT TIME ALONG A CURVE
    Mitsuo Otsuka, Nobuaki Tottori, Tadao Isaka, Toshiyuki Kurihara
  9. INFLUENCE OF THE GENDER ON IMPACT FORCES IN RUNNERS WITH PLANTAR FASCIITIS
    Ana Paula Ribeiro, Isabel C. N. Sacco, Roberto C. Dinato, Silvia M.A. João
  10. BIOMECHANICAL ANALYSIS OF YOUNG ADULTS AND ELDERLY INDIVIDUALS DURING WALKING AND RUNNING
    Cristina Porto Alves Alcantara, Marcos Duarte, Raquel Castanharo
  11. CLASSIFICATION OF HETEROGENEOUS RUNNING POPULATIONS USING A TRI-AXIAL ACCELEROMETER
    Dylan Kobsar, Reed Ferber, Sean Osis
  12. THE EFFECT OF PROLONGED RUNNING ON LOWER EXTERMITY JOINT COUPLING
    David Ben Sira, Ganit Segal, Iftach Hetsroni, Moshe Ayalon, Ofer Segal
  13. DECELERATED RUNNING OVERGROUND VS RUNNING ON A DECELERATING TREADMILL
    Dirk De Clercq, Ine Van Caekenberghe, Patrick Willems, Peter Aerts, Veerle Segers
  14. ISOKINETIC ANALYSIS OF ACCELERATION AND DECCELERATE TIME OF ANKLE IN RUNNERS AND TRIATHLETES
    Angélica Castilho Alonso, Danielli Souza Speciali , Gabriela Borin, Guilherme Carlos Brech, Júlia Maria d’ Andrea Greve, Natália Mariana Silva Luna
  15. REALTIME BIOFEEDBACK OF THE MECHANICAL STRESS ON THE LEGS DURING RUNNING
    Akinori Nagano, Kazutaka Iwao, Zhi-wei Luo
  16. VERTICAL LOADING RATE USING RUNNING-SPECIFIC PROSTHESES IN TRANSTIBIAL AMPUTEES
    Brian S Baum, Hiroaki Hobara, Hyun-Joon Kwon, Jae Kun Shim
  17. INFLUENCE OF TRUNK FLEXION ON HIP AND KNEE KINETICS AND ENERGETICS DURING RUNNING
    Christopher M Powers, Hsiang-Ling Sharon Teng
  18. BETWEEN CENTRE RELIABILITY OF WALKING AND RUNNING THREE-DIMENSIONAL GAIT KINEMATICS
    Cristina Porto Alves Alcantara, Marcos Duarte, Reed Ferber, Reginaldo K Fukuchi
  19. RELATIONSHIPS AMONG SPRINT VELOCITIES, HORIZONTAL GROUND REACTION FORCE, AND ISOKINETIC TRUNK STRENGTH
    Kale, M, Kırkaya, L
  20. EFFECTS OF THREE RUNNING TECHNIQUES ON LOWER LIMB KINEMATICS IN HEALTHY RUNNERS: A CASE SERIES
    Ana Flávia dos Santos, Fábio Viadanna Serrão, Giovanna Camparis Lessi, Pedro Andrade de Carvalho, Theresa Helissa Nakagawa
  21. A PROPOSAL FOR 3D KINEMATICAL ANALYSIS OF THE 100M SPRINT USING A VIDEO-BASED SYSTEM WITH MULTIPLE CAMERAS
    Lucas Antônio Monezi, Milton Shoiti Misuta, Natália de Almeida Rodrigues
  22. COMPARATIVE BIOMECHANICAL ANALYSIS OF HURDLE TECHNIQUES ON 110M AND 400M IN ELITE ATHLETES
    Alberto Carlos Amadio, Bruno Mezencio, Fernando Roberto de Oliveira, João Gustavo Claudino, Julio Cerca Serrão, Marcelo dos Santos Lima
  23. GROUND REACTION FORCES DURING STATIONARY RUNNING IN WATER AND ON LAND: EFFECT OF IMMERSION, MOVEMENT CADENCE AND BODY DENSITY
    Heiliane de Brito Fontana, Helio Roesler, Walter Herzog
  24. VARIATIONS OF MECHANICAL ENERGY FATIGUE IN THE RUN
    Ana Paula Xavier Ladeira, Sônia Cavalcanti Corrêa
  25. EVALUATION AND QUANTIFICATION OF RUNNING MOTION.
    Daisuke KOGAWA, Yasuyuki OHTA, Yohei YOSHIDA, Yoshinobu WATANABE
  26. INFLUENCE OF DIFFERENT RUNNING SHOES, TIME OF USE AND INDIVIDUAL ADAPTATION ON THE VARIABILITY OF GROUND REACTION FORCE IN RUNNING
    Alberto Carlos Amadio, Carina Helena Wasem Fraga, Daniel Lopes de Cápua, Júlio Cerca Serrão, Lucas Sália dos Santos, Luis Mochizuki, Roberto Bianco
  27. THE EFFECT OF SAMPLE FREQUENCY, RUNNING VELOCITY AND CUT LENGTH ON ERRORS IN DISTANCE MEASUREMENTS FOR SIMULATED GPS TRACKING
    John Morris, Matthew T.G. Pain
  28. PRELIMINARY CLASSIFICATION OF JOINT ACTIVATION FOLLOWING A POSTURAL DISTURBANCE
    Alison H. McGregor, Andrew T.M. Phillips, Megan M. Sperry
  29. ANALYSIS OF ASYMMETRY DURING A SUPRAMAXIMAL CYCLING TEST PERFORMED IN DIFFERENT SADDLE POSITIONS
    Felipe P Carpes, Fernando Diefenthaeler Laboratório de, Joscelito de Oliveira Berneira, Vanderson Luis Moro
  30. EFFECTS OF TWO DIFFERENT CADENCES IN MUSCLE COACTIVATION OF COMPETITIVE CYCLISTS
    Fábio Juner Lanferdini, Julio Cezar Lima da Silva, Marco Aurélio Vaz, Rodrigo Rico Bini, Tiago Canal Jacques
  31. COORDENATION AND KINEMATICS IN 200 M FRONT CRAWL SWIMMING ALL OUT
    Cristiano Cardoso de Matos, Flávio Antônio de Souza Castro, Marcos Franken, Renato Ferraro Ludwig, Ricardo Peterson Silveira
  32. ESTIMATED HAND’S PALM AND FOOT AREAS ARE NOT CORRELATED TO PERFORMANCE IN FRONT CRAWL SWIMMING
    Cristiano Cardoso de Matos, Flávio Antônio de Souza Castro, Marcos Franken
  33. LEG-KICK CONTRIBUTION IN THE 200 M FRONT CRAWL SWIMMING
    Elisa A Marques , João Paulo Vilas-Boas, Pedro Figueiredo, Ricardo J Fernandes
  34. ISOKINETIC SHOULDER EXTENSION TORQUE AND WORK VALUES OF COMPETITIVE SWIMMERS
    Aline Cavalheiro Tamborindeguy, Fernando Diefenthaeler, Vinicius Scheuer Becker
  35. YOUNG SWIMMERS’ KINEMATIC AND HYDRODYNAMIC DETRAINING BETWEEN A TWO SEASONS’ BREAK
    António J. Silva, Daniel A. Marinho, Jorge E. Morais, Marc F. Moreira, Mário J. Costa, Tiago M. Barbosa
  36. HORIZONTAL AND VERTICAL FORCE-TIME CURVE ANALYSIS IN GRAB START SWIMMING TECHNIQUE
    Hélio Roesler, João Paulo Vilas-Boas, Karla de Jesus, Kelly de Jesus, Pedro Gonçalves, Ricardo Fernandes
  37. THE EVALUATION OF ACTIVE DRAG: A NEW PROPOSAL
    Alberto Carlos Amadio, Bruno Mezêncio, João Gustavo Claudino, Julio Cerca Serrão, Leszek Antoni Szmuchrowski, Rudolf Huebner
  38. OPTIMIZING OAR-SHAFT STIFFNESS IN ROWING
    Brock Laschowski, Volker Nolte
  39. ASSESSMENT OF SPATIAL DISTRIBUTION OF ERECTOR SPINAE MUSCLE ACTIVATION DURING INDOOR ROWING: A SINGLE CASE STUDY
    Alberto Rainoldi, Nathalli Readi, Taian Vieira, Valeria Rosso
  40. MUSCLE SYNERGIES DURING 6 MINUTES MAXIMAL ROWING
    Shazlin Shaharudin, Sunil Agrawal
  41. MEDIAL GASTROCNEMIUS MUSCLE ARCHITECTURE IN ARTISTIC AND RHYTHMIC GYMNASTS
    Caroline Pieta Dias, Fernando de Aguiar Lemos, João Carlos Oliva, Marco Aurélio Vaz, Natália Batista Albuquerque Goulart
  42. HAMSTRING/QUADRICEPS STRENGTH RATIO AS A PREDICTOR OF INJURIES IN YOUNG FEMALE ATHLETES OF ARTISTIC GYMNASTICS
    Ana Cristina de David, Bruna Travassos Benck, Guilherme Henrique Ramos Lopes
  43. ISOKINETIC EVALUATION OF HIP FLEXORS AND EXTENSORS MUSCLES IN ATHLETES OF RHYTHMIC GYMNASTICS
    Anderson Simas Frutuoso, Cintia de la Rocha Freitas, José Raphael Leandro da Costa Silva, Josefina Bertoli
  44. THE TEMPORAL VARIABLES DURING THREE TYPES OF VAULTING IN GYMNASTICS
    Alberto Carlos Amadio, Julio Cerca Serrão, Luis Mochizuki, Sarah Boldrini Fernandes
  45. COMMON MULTIJOINT CONTROL STRATEGIES FOR GENERATING BACKWARD ANGULAR MOMENTUM IN FORWARD AND BACKWARD TRANSLATING TASKS
    Christopher R. Ramos, Jill L. McNitt-Gray, Witaya Mathiyakom
  46. AN INVESTIGATION INTO FOOT STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION OF INDIAN MALLAKHAMB PLAYERS
    Mullerpatan RP, Singh Y
  47. WHEELCHAIR RUGBY IMPROVES THORACOABDOMINAL MOBILITY IN PEOPLE WITH TETRAPLEGIA AFTER ONE YEAR OF TRAINING
    Juliana Viana Paris, Karine Jacon Sarro, Marlene Aparecida. Moreno, Ricardo M. L. Barros
  48. PLATFORM FOR RACING WHEELCHAIR PERFORMANCE ENHANCEMENT
    Cécile Smeesters, Denis Rancourt, Eve Langelier, Félix Berrigan, Geneviève Masson, Jean-Luc Lessard
  49. DESIGN AND MANUFACTURE OF A WHEELCHAIR TRICYLE ATTACHMENT FOR PEOPLES IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES
    Dr.Elias & Dr.Majaja, Rodrick H. Shangali
  50. WHEELCHAIR DYNAMOMETER: A NEW CONCEPT TO EVALUATION OF THE PROPULSIVE POWER
    Afonso Augusto Guimarães Bione, Lúcia Inês Guedes Leite, Manoel da Cunha Costa, Saulo Fernandes Melo de Oliveira
  51. IS IT STILL IMPORTANT TO BE LIGHT IN SKI JUMPING?
    Juha Kivekäs, Mikko Virmavirta
  52. BIOMECHANICS OF BASIC SKI MOTION ON HILLS
    Chunho Choi, Jiseon Ryu, Joo-Nyeon Kim, Sang-Kyoon Park, Si-Hyun Yoo, Sukhoon Yoon, Youngdae Kim
  53. IMPULSE CONTRIBUTION FROM EACH LIMB IN SKATE CROSS-COUNTRY SKIING
    Anthony Killick, Walter Herzog
  54. AN INSTRUMENTED SPECIFIC ERGOMETER FOR SKATING TESTS
    Jonathan Ache Dias, Saray G. Dos Santos, Tatiane Piucco
  55. EFFECTIVENESS OF CUSTOM-MADE ORTHOSES IN IMPROVING BALANCE AMONG FIGURE ICE-SKATERS
    Beth Jarrett, Bijan Najafi, Gurtej Singh Grewal, R. Neil Humble, Rachel Baisch, Stephanie Wu
  56. EFFECTS OF TWO TYPES OF TRAINING SESSION ON PHYSIOLOGICAL AND NEUROMUSCULAR PARAMETERS OF ROLLER FIGURE SKATERS
    Amanda Haberland Antunes, Cristine Lima Alberton, Eduardo Lusa Cadore, Juliano Franz, Luiz Fernando Martins Kruel, Paula Finatto
  57. STRENGTH AND QUICKNESS TRAINING OF PARALYMPIC ATHLETES PLAYING ICE SLEDGE HOCKEY
    Alberto Rainoldi, Donato Formicola
  58. ANALYSIS OF THREE DIFFERENT SPRINTS STARTS IN US FOOTBALL.
    Bruno Bonnechère *, Gabriel Sarta, Marcel Rooze , Serge Van Sint Jan
  59. BIOMECHANICAL PROFILE OF THE BALANCE AND MUSCLE PERFORMANCE IN RUGBY ATHLETES
    Nahra Santos Rebouças, Pedro Olavo de Paula Lima, Rodrigo Ribeiro de Oliveira., Rômulo Lemos e Silva, Shalimá Figueirêdo Chaves, Wênya Palácio Xavier de Melo
  60. BIOMECHANICAL PROFILE OF THE POSTURAL STABILITY IN HIGH PERFORMANCE SOCCER ATHLETES
    Paulo Jorge Santiago do Nascimento, Paulo Ricardo Pinto Camelo, Pedro Olavo de Paula Lima., Rodrigo Ribeiro de Oliveira, Rômulo Lemos e Silva, Victor Matheus Leite Mascarenhas Ferreira
  61. SEGMENTAL COORDINATION DURING KICKING IN SKILLED AND UNSKILLED FOOTBALLERS
    Joseph Hamill, Juliana Exel Santana, Paulo Roberto Pereira Santiago and, Sergio Augusto Cunha
  62. ANALYSIS OF THE BEHAVIOR OF ACCELERATION TIBIAL ASSOCIATED WITH PLANT IN CENTRAL PRESSURE KICK PLAYERS SOCCER FIELD
    HIRATA, Tamotsu, Marcelo Guimarães SILVA , Tamotsu
  63. ANALYSIS OF THE SIMILARITY OF SURFACE AREA AND SPREAD TIME SERIES BETWEEN OPPONENT FOOTBALL TEAMS.
    Felipe Arruda Moura, Luiz Eduardo Barreto Martins, Ricardo Machado Leite de Barros, Sergio Augusto Cunha
  64. INDIVIDUAL STRATEGIES FOR GENERATING ANGULAR IMPULSE DURING TURN INITIATION
    Antonia Zaferiou, Jill L. McNitt-Gray
  65. THE RELIABILITY OF BIOMECHANICAL ANALYSIS IN DYNAMIC SIDE-CUTTING TASKS
    Bart Malfait, Filip Staes, Kevin Deschamps, Mark Robinson, Raja Mohammed Firhad Raja Azidin, Sabine Verschueren, Jos Vanrenterghem, Sean Sankey
  66. DIFFERENCES OF DEFENSE DISTANCE BETWEEN FEMALE SOCCER AND BASKETBALL ATHLETES ON LOWER EXTREMITY BIOMECHANICS DURING SIDESTEP-CUTTING
    Chen-Fu Huang, Chia-Mei Li, Chin-Chang Liu, Po-Han Chang
  67. THE EFFECTS OF BALANCE TRAINING ON NEUROMODULATION OF CUTTING MANOEUVRES
    Anderson de Souza Castelo Oliveira, Dario Farina, Priscila de Brito Silva, Uwe G. Kersting
  68. CONCENTRIC ISOKINETIC PEAK TORQUE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN DOMINANT AND NON-DOMINANT KNEE EXTENSORS AND FLEXORS IN AMATEUR SOCCER PLAYE
    Berlis Ribeiro dos Santos Menossi
  69. CONCENTRIC ISOKINETIC PEAK TORQUE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN DOMINANT AND NON-DOMINANT KNEE EXTENSORS AND FLEXORS IN AMATEUR SOCCER PLAYERS
    Berlis Ribeiro dos Santos Menossi, Eddy Krueger, Eduardo Mendonça Scheeren, Gerson Link Bichinho, Rafaella Stradiotto Bernardelli
  70. QUANTIFICATION USING MRI ANALYSES SHOWS COMPLEX AND WIDESPREAD MECHANICAL EFFECTS OF KINESIO TAPING WITHIN A WHOLE LIMB
    Arda Arpak, Ayça Aklar Çörekçi, Can A. Yucesoy, Cengizhan Öztürk, Uluç Pamuk
  71. MEASUREMENT OF DISTANCE COVERED ON A BASKETBALL COURT USING A VIDEO-BASED SYSTEM WITH MULTIPLE CAMERAS
    Lucas Antônio Monezi, Luciano Allegretti Mercadante, Milton Shoiti Misuta, Natália de Almeida Rodrigues
  72. KINEMATIC ANALYSIS OF THE DISTANCES COVERED BY BASKETBALL ELITE PLAYERS DURING GAMES
    Ana Carolina Panhan, Juliana Landolfi Maia, Lucas Antônio Monezi, Luciano Allegretti Mercadante, Milton Shoiti Misuta
  73. VELOCITIES AND ACTIVITY DEMANDS OF ELITE BRAZILIAN MEN´S BASKETBALL IN COMPETITION
    Ana Carolina Pahan, Juliana Landolfi Maia, Lucas Antônio Monezi, Luciano Allegretti Mercadante, Milton Shoiti Misuta
  74. HEART RATE AND VELOCITY PROFILE OF BASKETBALL PLAYERS
    Anderson Calderani Junior, Cláudio Alexandre Gobatto, João Paulo Borin, José Francisco Daniel, Luciano Allegretti Mercadante, Milton Shoiti Misuta
  75. CORRELATION BETWEEN MUSCLE ACTIVITY AND TAEKWONDO MOVEMENTS: A PROPOSAL OF STUDY
    Adriano Alves Pereira, Adriano Oliveira Andrade, Daniel Antônio Furtado, Eduardo Lázaro Martins Naves, Isabela Marques Miziara, José Duarte Naves Júnior, Sílvio Soares dos Santos
  76. ELITE FEMALE TAE KWON DO ATHLETES HAVE FASTER REACTION TIME AND LONGER MOVEMENT TIME THAN MALES DURING A STRIKING KICK
    Joseph Hamill, Luis Mochizuki, Rubens Correa Araújo, Ulysses Fernandes Ervilha, Valmar Fernandes da Silva
  77. CHARACTERISTICS OF HANDGRIP IN BRAZILIAN JUDO ELITE ATHLETES
    Adalgiso Coscrato Cardozo, Alex Castro, Antônio Francisco de Almeida Neto, Luciano Fernandes Crozara, Márcio Fagundes Goethel, Mauro Gonçalves, Noé Gomes Borges Jr., Pedro Vieira Sarmet Moreira
  78. BIOMECHANICAL PROFILE OF THE MUSCLE PERFORMANCE, FLEXIBILITY AND POSTURAL BALANCE IN CAPOEIRA PRACTITIONERS
    Isadora da Cunha Leite, Paulo Jorge Santiago do Nascimento, Paulo Ricardo Pinto Camelo, Pedro Olavo de Paula Lima., Rodrigo Ribeiro de Oliveira, Tailândia Viana Sampaio
  79. THE INFLUENCE OF KIHAP ON THE IMPACT OF DOLIO-CHAGUI KICKS IN TAEKWONDO
    Débora Cantergi , Jefferson Fagundes Loss, Rodrigo Dias Martins
  80. VARIABILITY OF MUSCLE CONTRIBUTIONS TO LEG EXTENSIONS PERFORMED ON THE REFORMER APPARATUS
    Azim Jinha, Débora Cantergi, Guilherme Auler Brodt, Jefferson Fagundes Loss, Walter Herzog
  81. AN INSTRUMENTED FOOTBAR FOR EVALUATING EXTERNAL FORCES IN PILATES
    Débora Cantergi, Guilherme Auler Brodt, Jefferson Fagundes Loss, Luiz Carlos Gertz
  82. SPEED EFFECT IN NET MUSCLE FORCE IN THREE PILATES METHOD HIP EXTENSION EXERCISES
    Artur Bonezi dos Santos, Débora Cantergi, Guilherme Aules Brodt, Jefferson Fagundes Loss, Mônica de Oliveira Melo, Yumie Okuyama da Silva
  83. EVALUATION OF HIP POSITIONING CONTROL IN WOMEN PRACTITIONERS OF PILATES METHOD
    Affonso Celso Kulevicz da Silva, Anderson Simas Frutuoso, Cíntia de la Rocha Freitas, Fernanda Luiza Formighieri, Franciele Barreira
  84. DIFFERENCE OF COMPARESSION-DISPLACEMENT AMONG BASEBALLS WITH DIFFERENT WOOL PERCENTAGE
    Chia-Feng Su, Chiang Liu, Wen-Wen Yang
  85. DIFFERENCES IN BASEBALL BATTING MOVEMENT STRATEGIES BETWEEN FACING A PITCHER AND PITCHING MACHINE
    Hung-Ta Chiu, Kuangyou B. Cheng, Kuan-Mao Wang, Shih-Yu Kuo, Yi-Chang Huang
  86. EXAMINING PLAYER PERCEPTIONS AND HUMAN RESPONSE TO TENNIS SURFACES AND THE INFLUENCE OF PRIOR CLAY COURT EXPERIENCES
    Chelsea Starbuck, James Clarke, Jamie Capel-Davies, Loïc Damm, Matt Carre, Sharon, Stuart Miller, Victoria Stile
  87. THE KINEMATICS ANALYSIS OF TABLE TENNIS FOREHAND AND BACKHAND DRIVES
    Chien- Lu Tsai, Hsin-Hsueh Huang, Kuang-Min Pan, Ting-Jui Chang, Yi-Chang Hsueh, Yu-Yuen Chen
  88. DIFFERENCES IN THE TOSS STRATEGIES FOR THE FIRST AND SECOND TENNIS SERVE
    Ana Paula Xavier Ladeira, Frank Suzuki, Jerônimo Rafael SkauUlysses Fernandes Ervilha, Ludgero Braga Neto
  89. RELIABILITY OF PEAK FORCE AND NET IMPULSE MEASURED BY CAMPUSBOARD
    André Gustavo Pereira de Andrade, Edgardo Alvares de Campos Abreu, Hans-Joachim Karl Menzel, Mauro Heleno Chagas, Sílvia Ribeiro Araújo
  90. COMPARATIVE STUDY OF THE BIOMECHANICAL PROFILE AMONG ATHLETES FROM DIFFERENT SPORTS
    Paulo Ricardo Pinto Camelo, Pedro Olavo de Paulo Lima, Rodrigo Ribeiro de Oliveira., Shalimá Figueirêdo Chaves, Tailândia Viana Sampaio, Wênya Palácio Xavier de Melo
  91. QUANTIFICATION OF NET POWER OUTPUT DURING EXERGAMING USING A SINGLE-MASS, MULTI- SEGMENTAL KINETICS AND JOINT POWER MODEL: A COMPARISON WITH INDIRECT CALORIMETRY
    Iain R. Spears, Liane Azevedo, Pierre Lagadec, Simon Bateson, Simon Read, Tom McBain
  92. RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PLANTAR LOAD DISTRIBUTION AND LOWER JOINT KINETICS DURING TAKE-OFF PHASE IN VERTICAL JUMP
    Kazuo Funato, Yu Kashiwagi
  93. A BIOMECHANICAL STUDY ON THE TAKEOFF MOTION OF THE JAPANESE NATIONAL CLASS WOMEN LONG JUMPERS - FROM VIEW POINT OF THE STANDARD MOTION AND THE MOTION VARIABILITY
    Ae Michiyoshi, Iiboshi Akira, Koyama Hiroyuki, Omura Ikko
  94. RELIABILITY OF THE 30-S CONTINUOUS JUMP TEST FOR ANAEROBIC FITNESS EVALUATION: A PRELIMINARY STUDY
    Daniele Detanico, Jonathan A. Dias, Juliano Dal Pupo, Rodrigo G. Gheller, Saray G. dos Santos
  95. PERFORMANCE AND INTRALIMB COORDINATION DURING A CONTINUOUS VERTICAL JUMP TEST
    Daniele Detanico, Jonathan A. Dias, Juliano Dal Pupo, Rodrigo G. Gueller, Saray G. dos Santos
  96. THE EFFECT OF ANTERIOR CYCLIC LOADING APPLIED TO THE KNEE ON NEUROMUSCULAR CO-ACTIVATION DURING JUMP LANDING
    André Luiz Almeida Pizzolatti, Ari Digiacomo Ocampo Moré, Carlos Rodrigo de Mello Roesler, Gilmar Moraes Santos
  97. THE VERTICAL GROUND REACTION FORCE DURING JUMP LANDINGS OF PARKOURISTES
    Alberto Carlos Amadio, Bruno Mezêncio, Fernanda de Ávila Amaral, Jean Wainer, Julio Cerca Serrão, Luis Mochizuki, Thiago Toshi Teruya
  98. THE EFFECT OF THIGH SKIN MARKER CLUSTER CONFIGURATION ON KNEE VALGUS MEASUREMENT IN VERTICAL DROP JUMPING: AN IMPLICATION TO ACL INJURY RISK FACTOR STUDY
    Eirik Kristianslund, Kam-Ming Mok, Tron Krosshaug
  99. INCREASED MUSCLES ACTIVATION COMPENSATES LESS MUSCLE STRENGTH IN MALE NON-JUMPERS DURING LANDINGS
    Mianfang Ruan, Songning Zhang, Xie Wu
  100. EFFECT OF EXPRESSING LOWER EXTREMITY JOINT MOMENTS IN DIFFERENT REFERENCE FRAMES – IMPLICATIONS FOR INTERPRETATION OF RESULTS
    Eirik Kristianslund, Kam-Ming Mok, Scott McLean, Ton van den Bogert, Tron Krosshaug
  101. EFFECTS OF MUSCLE FATIGUE ON LANDING KINEMATICS IN FEMALES
    Ana Flávia dos Santos, Fábio Viadanna Serrão, Gabriela Clemente de Oliveira, Giovanna Camparis Lessi, Theresa Helissa Nakagawa
  102. ASYMMETRY FOR VERTICAL PEAK GROUND REACTION FORCE DIFFERS BETWEEN FORWARD AND DROP LANDING TASKS
    Evangelos Pappas, Felipe Pivetta Carpes, Morgana Alves de Britto, Pedro Silvelo Franco
  103. HAMSTRINGS AND QUADRICEPS PRELANDING ELECTROMYOGRAPHY WHEN LANDING FROM DIFFERENT HEIGHTS
    Evangelos Pappas, Felipe Pivetta Carpes, Georgios Koutras, Morgana Alves de Britto
  104. IDENTIFICATION OF AN OPTIMAL PRINCIPAL COMPONENTS ANALYSIS THRESHOLD TO DESCRIBE JUMP HEIGHT ACCURATELY USING VERTICAL GROUND REACTION FORCES
    Chris Richter, Kevin McGuinness, Kieran Moran, Leonardo Gualano, Noel E. O’Connor
  105. RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN LONGITUDINAL CHANGES IN LANDING TECHNIQUE AND MUSCULOSKELETAL GROWTH THROUGHOUT THE ADOLESCENT GROWTH SPURT
    Bridget J. Munro, Catherine Y. Wild, Julie R. Steele
  106. THE EFFECT OF NEUROMUSCULAR TRAINING ON THE KNEE ANGULAR VELOCITY: DESCRIPTION BY QUATERNIONS REPRESENTATION
    Érica Engrácia Valenti Renato de Moraes, Narayana Vianna Spanó, Paulo R. Pereira Santiago, Sergio Augusto Cunha and
  107. THE EFFECT OF THE USE OF ANKLE BRACES ON THE GROUND REACTION FORCES IN THE VERTICAL JUMP, DURING EXERCISE AT THE INTENSITY OF BASKETBALL MATCH
    Adalgiso Coscrato Cardozo, Alex Castro, Antônio Francisco de Almeida Neto, Lucas Lorenzato Villaça Oliveira, Márcio Fagundes Goethel, Mauro Gonçalves, Pedro Vieira Sarmet Moreira
  108. MECHANICAL EFFECT OF AN ANKLE BRACE DURING LANDING: PRELIMINARY RESULTS
    Ilias Theodorakos, Jan Rueterbories, Mark de Zee, Michael S. Andersen, Uwe G. Kersting
  109. LOWER LIMB MOMENTS OF FORCE CONTRIBUTION IN HOPPING EXERCISE
    António Veloso, Filipa João, Sílvia Cabral, Thomas Kepple, Vera Moniz-Pereira
  110. THE EFFECTS OF DIFFERENT SHOE BENDING STIFFNESS ON KINEMATICS OF METATARSOPHALANGEAL, ANKLE, KNEE, AND HIP JOINTS IN JUMPS
    Lu Li, Weijie Fu, Yu Liu
  111. FOOTWEAR EFFECTS ON IMPACTS AND LOWER-LIMB MUSCLE RESPONSES DURING ACTIVE AND UNEXPECTED LANDING
    Lu Li, Weijie Fu, Yu Liu
  112. DETERMINE FOOTWORK AND INTENSITY BY USING WIRELESS ACCELEROMETER AND GYRO
    Chih-Shan Ho, Su-Yu Chang, Tzyy-Yuang Shiang, Yin-Shin Lee
  113. A COMPARISON OF STRATEGY BETWEEN MALE AND FEMALE DURING SPIKE LANDING
    Chen-Fu Huang, Yao-Yi Hsieh
  114. ANALYSIS OF VERTICAL GROUND REACTION FORCE OF WATER EXERCISES AT DIFFERENT INTENSITIES IN AQUATIC AND DRY LAND ENVIRONMENTS
    Amanda Haberland Antunes, Cristine Lima Alberton, Eduardo Lusa Cadore, Marcus Peikriszwili Tartaruga e Luiz Fernando Martins Kruel, Paula Finatto, Stephanie Santana Pinto
  115. THE EFFECTS OF STANDING LONG JUMP WITH HAND-HELD EXTRA WEIGHT AFTER EIGHT-WEEK TRAINING PROGRAM
    Bo-Jen Ko, Chen-Fu Huang, Ray-hsien Tang, Tai-Yen Hsu
  116. TECHNIQUE INDEX IN A SHORTER INTER-HURDLE DISTANCE REDUCES THE PHYSICAL GROWTH LEVEL IN HURDLE PHYSICAL EDUCATION
    Akira Ito, Mitsuo Otsuka, Satoshi Otomo, Tadao Isaka, Toshiyuki Kurihara
  117. ACUTE EFFECT OF PLYOMETRIC TRAINING COMBINED WITH WHOLE BODY VIBRATION ON LOWER LIMB POWER PERFORMANCE
    Hsien-Te Peng, Yu-Han Wang, Zong-Rong Chen
  118. A PROSPECTIVE STUDY ON FULL-BODY KINEMATIC RELATED RISK FACTORS IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF EXERTIONAL MEDIAL TIBIAL PAIN (EMTP)
    Dirk De Clercq, Erik Witvrouw, Jos Vanrenterghem, Ruth Verrelst, Tanneke Palmans, Tine Willems
  119. GROUND REACTION FORCES AND FRICTIONAL DEMANDS DURING STAIR-TO-FLOOR TRANSITION IN TAI-CHI ELDERLY
    Chen-fu Huang, Chia-hao Chang, Po-chieh Chen, Tzu-hsiang Yang
  120. ANALYSIS OF LOWER LIMB JOINT MOMENTS DURING STAIR-TO-FLOOR TRANSITION IN TAI-CHI ELDERLY
    Chen-fu Huang, Tzu-hsiang Yang, Yao-yi Hsieh
  121. REPRODUCIBILITY ANALYSIS OF EMG PARAMETERS DURING STAIR ASCENT
    Heloyse Uliam Kuriki Deisi Ferrari Fábio Micolis de Azevedo, Neri Alves
  122. DISTINGUISHING SITTING AND STANDING ACTIVITIES USING A WEARABLE BAROMETRIC PRESSURE MONITOR
    Alan Kevin Bourke, Anisoara Paraschiv-Ionescu, Fabien Massé, Julien Chardonnens, Kamiar Aminian
  123. THE EFFECT OF COP ERRORS ON JOINT MOMENTS AT DIFFERENT GAIT VELOCITIES
    Franklin Camargo-Junior, Isabel C. N. Sacco, Jefferson F. Loss, Marko Ackermann
  124. ACCURACY OF POSTURAL SWAY IN GAIT MEASURED WITH ACCELEROMETERS
    Hylton B Menz, Matthew A D Brodie, Stephen R Lord, Stuart Smith
  125. CHARACTERIZATION OF THE MOTOR CONTROL OF GAIT BY MEASURING STABILITY AND RHYTHMICITY FROM LINEAR ACCELERATION SIGNALS: A PILOT STUDY
    Eduardo Veja Sebastião Jordan, Giuliana Bucci
  126. ESTIMATION OF THREE-DIMENSIONAL TORQUES ALONG THE FEMUR SHAFT IN A GROUP OF HEALTHY VOLUNTEERS DURING ACTIVITIES OF DAILY LIVING
    Alberto Leardini, Claudio Belvedere, Maurizio Ortolani, Valentina D’Angeli
  127. THE EFFECT OF BACKPACK LOAD ON THE PELVIC KINEMATICS OF NORMAL ADOLESCENTS
    Alison H McGregor, Anthony MJ Bull, Maedeh Borhani
  128. REPEATABILITY AND COMPARISON OF 6 DEGREES-OF-FREEDOM AND MODIFIED HELEN HAYES MARKER SETS IN THE LOWER BODY KINEMATICS OF YOUNG HEALTHY ADULTS
    Dr. Michael Wachowsky, Julia Weh, Prof. Dr. Wilfried Alt., Sonia D’Souza
  129. THE INFLUENCE OF JOINT CONSTRAINTS IN JOINT MOMENTS ESTIMATION DURING LEVEL WALKING IN THE ELDERLY
    António P. Veloso, Filomena Carnide, Silvia Cabral, Vera Moniz-Pereira
  130. INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL OBLIQUE MUSCLES ARE SIMILAR IN THEIR PHASIC ACTIVITY DURING WALKING AND RUNNING
    Manuela Treppler, Stephanie Valentin, Theresia Licka
  131. CONTROL OF THE LOWER LEG MUSCLES DURING STANCE ON INCLINED MOVING SURFACES
    Arturo Forner-Cordero, Masanori Ishizawa, Shin-ichirohYamamoto
  132. ANALYSIS OF THE HUMAN ANKLE IMPEDANCE FOR THE DESIGN OF ACTIVE SOFT ORTHOSIS
    Dava Newman, Jorge Martins, Miguel Silva, Rita Domingues
  133. EFFECT OF ANKLE INVERSION ON LOWER EXTREMITY JOINT MOMENTS DURING WALKING WITH ANKLE BRACING
    Chen-Fu Huang, Po-Chieh Chen
  134. MEN AND WOMEN DO NOT HAVE THE SAME RELATION BETWEEN BODY COMPOSITION AND POSTURAL SWAY DURING QUIET STANDIN
    Angélica Castilho Alonso, Fábio Barbieri, Julia Maria D’Andréia Greve, Luis Mochizuki, Natália Mariana S. Luna
  135. THE BIOMECHANICAL DIFFERENCES AMONG CARRYING METHODS OF SINGLE-STRAP BAG DURING GAIT IN HEALTHY WOMEN
    Hyun-Min Jeon, Jiseon Ryu, Joonyeon Kim, Sang-Kyoon Park, Si-Hyun Yoo, Sukhoon Yoon*
  136. ANATOMICAL CONTRIBUTIONS TO HAZARDOUS KNEE KINEMATICS IN MATURING FEMALES
    Grant C. Goulet, Scott G. McLean, Shannon M. Pomeroy
  137. STUDY OF EMG DURING MAXIMAL ISOMETRIC CONTRACTION OF THE LEG EXTENSION EXERCISE DURING PHASES OF THE MENSTRUAL CYCLE
    Cintia Campolina Duarte Rocha, Francielle Pereira Santos, Gislaine Cristina de Souza, Poliana de Lima Costa, Renata Cristina da Silva Oliveira, Sandro Fernandes da Silva.
  138. EFFECT OF GENDER AND WALKING SPEED ON GAIT VARIABILITY IN HEALTHY YOUNG SUBJECTS
    Mátyás O. Magyar, Rita M. Kiss
  139. LEVEL OF STABILITY AND LOAD FEET IN FEMALE AND MALE BASKETBALL PLAYERS BEFORE AND AFTER TRAININGS
    Irina A. Vasiljev, Pavle Rubin, Radivoj Vasiljev, Stephan Milosavljevic
  140. HOW DO BRA STRAP ORIENTATION AND DESIGN AFFECT THE COMFORT OF WOMEN WITH LARGE BREASTS?
    Bridget J. Munro, Celeste Coltman, Deirdre E. McGhee, Julie R. Steele
  141. THE ADDAPTAVE CHANGES IN ANTICIPATORY POSTURAL ADJUSTMENTS AND MOVEMENT COORDINATION WITH TRAM FLAP BREAST RECONSTRUCTION: A CASE STUDY.
    Melanie Bussey PhD
  142. “WHERE DO WE FIT?” IMPROVING BREAST SUPPORT FOR MASTECTOMY PATIENTS
    Bridget J. Munro, Julie R. Steele, Sheridan A. Gho
  143. KINEMATIC VARIABLES ASSESSMENT DURING THE FIRST THREE MONTHS OF INDEPENDENT WALKING
    Giovana Levada, Nadiesca T. Filippin., Paula H. Lobo da Costa, Paulo R. Pereira Santiago
  144. BALANCE COMPARISON BETWEEN BOYS AND GIRLS DURING DOUBLE LEG STANCE AND SINGLE LEG STANCE
    Ana de David, Andréa Moraes, Guilherme Henrique Ramos Lopes, Oséias Castro
  145. GAIT INITIATION PROCESS IN YOUNG CHILDREEN: COMPARING FORCE AND PRESSURE PLATAFORMS DATA
    Dieter Rosenbaum, Fernanda G.S.A. Nora, Kelli Cristina de Castro, Kerstin Bosch, Marcus F.Vieira, Paula H. Lobo da Costa
  146. A COMPARATIVE STUDY ON GAIT INITIATION: CENTER OF PRESSURE BEHAVIOR IN INFANTS, CHILDREN AND ADULTS
    Dieter Rosenbaum, Fernanda G.S.A. Nora, Kerstin Bosch, Marcus F.Vieira, Paula H. Lobo da Costa
  147. REGRESSION ANALYSIS ON GAIT DYNAMIC PARAMETERS, AGE AND SPEED OF PROGRESSION IN YOUNG CHILDREN
    Chèze L., Dohin B., Dumas R., Samson W., Van Hamme A.
  148. ANALYSIS OF SYMMETRIES FOR POSTURAL AND LOADING PARAMETERS IN PRESCHOOL CHILDREN
    Fabiane Elpídio de Sá, Fabianna Resende de Jesus-Moraleida, Geisyani Francisca Gomes Prudente, Kátia Virginia Viana-Cardoso, Paulysnara de Oliveira Almeida
  149. KINETICS OF TURNING GAIT IN TYPICALLY DEVELOPING CHILDREN
    Amy B. Zavatsky, Julie Stebbins, Philippe C. Dixon, Tim Theologis
  150. POSTURAL STRATEGIES FOR RUNNING GAIT TERMINATION: COMPARISON BETWEEN CHILDREN AND ADULTS
    Alia H. Parvez, Guilherme M. Cesar, Susan M. Sigward
  151. COMPARISON OF A SINGLE LEG SANCE BALANCE BETWEEN CHILDREN AND ADULTS
    Ana Cristina de David, Andréa Gomes Moraes, Barbara Lopes, Emanuela de Meneses Maia, Guilherme Henrique Ramos Lopes, Marcella Carolino, Oséias Guimarães de Castro
  152. EFFECTS OF LOW BIRTH WEIGTH ON THE MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF THE PLANTAR FLEXOR MUSCLES IN EUTROPHIC 9-YEARS OLD CHILDREN.
    Andréa Bastos, Carol Gois Leandro, Daniel Lambertz
  153. MATURATION OF THE PASSIVE AND ACTIVE FRACTION OF THE PLANTAR FLEXORS SERIES ELASTIC COMPONENT IN PREBUBERTAL CHILDREN
    Andréa Bastos, Daniel Lambertz, Karla Monica Ferraz
  154. EVALUATING THREE DIMENSIONAL HUMERAL SHAPE DEFORMATIONS IN CHILDREN WITH OBSTETRIC BRACHIAL PLEXUS PALSY
    Abrahm J. Behnam, Frances T. Sheehan, Katharine E. Alter, Sylvain Brochard
  155. TORQUE SHARING OF THE QUADRICEPS MUSCLES ESTIMATED BY EMG-DRIVEN MODEL AND SURFACE ELECTROMYOGRAPHIC OF VASTUS INTERMEDIUS
    Carolina da Silva Avancini, Liliam Fernandes de Oliveira, Luciano Luporini Menegaldo, Viviane Bastos de Oliveira
  156. SCALING MUSCULOSKELETAL MODELS FROM DYNAMIC MOTION CAPTURE TRIALS
    John Rasmussen, Mark de Zee, Michael Skipper Andersen, Morten Enemark Lund
  157. PREDICTED RATHER THAN MEASURED GROUND REACTION FORCES IN MUSCULOSKELETAL MODELS SEEM TO REDUCE HIP JOINT CONTACT FORCE ESTIMATIONS
    Jian Yang, John Rasmussen, Lelai Zhou, Mark de Zee, Michael Skipper Andersen
  158. FALSIFICATION OF A LOWER LIMB MODEL PREDICTING HIP CONTACT FORCE VECTORS
    Anantharaman Gopalakrishnan David G. Lloyd, Andrew T. M. Phillips, Luca Modenese
  159. A FAST GEOMETRICALLY-DRIVEN PRIORITIZED INVERSE KINEMATICS SOLVER
    Floren Colloud, Sébastien Moya
  160. MULTIPLE REGRESSION FROM PELVIC AND FEMORAL ANATOMICAL LANDMARKS FOR PROXIMAL FEMUR MORPHOLOGY PREDICTION
    Jules Panda, Marcel Rooze, Serge Van Sint Jan, Victor Sholukha
  161. RELIABLE FEMORAL FRAME CONSTRUCTION BASED ON MRI IMAGES
    D. Bonneau, G. Dubois, N. Roux, P. Rouch, V. Lafage, W. Skalli
  162. A STREAMLINED MODELING WORKFLOW TO OBTAIN SUBJECT-SPECIFIC MUSCULOSKELETAL MODELS OF LOWER EXTREMITY BASED ON MRI SCAN AND DYNAMOMETRY
    Bart Koopman, Jan Schepers, Lara Vigneron, Marjolein vd Krogt, Nico Verdonschot, Sjoerd Kolk, Vincenzo Carbone
  163. SENSITIVITY ANALYSIS OF A SUBJECT-SPECIFIC GAIT MODEL TO JOINT AND SEGMENT PARAMETERS USING LIFEMODTM AS A KINEMATIC MODELING TOOL
    Antonia Zaferiou, Henryk Flashner, Jill L. McNitt-Gray, Laura Held, Witaya Mathiyakom
  164. TOWARDS AN EFFICIENT LARGE-SCALE PREDICTIVE MODEL OF HUMAN WALKING
    Dan Hu, David Howard, Lei Ren
  165. A SURROGATE MODEL FOR LOWER EXTREMITY EMG-TO-MOMENT ESTIMATION DURING WALKING
    Andrew J. Meyer, Benjamin J. Fregly, Carolynn Patten
  166. VALIDATION OF A MODEL-BASED APPROACH FOR GAIT ANALYSIS.
    Bruno Bonnechère, Fédor Moiseev, Marcel Rooze, Patrick Salvia, Serge Van Sint Jan, Victor Sholukha
  167. R. MCN. ALEXANDER’S TARGET POINT FOR GROUND REACTION FORCES
    Alexander N. Kuznetsov
  168. METHODOLOGICAL ANALYSIS OF FINTIE HELICAL AXIS BEHAVIOR IN JOINT KINEMATICS
    Corrado Cescon , Erik Cattrysse , Marco Barbero, Ron Clijsen
  169. A GENERAL METHOD TO APPLY SOFT TISSUE WRAPPING CONSTRAINTS TO MUSCLE PATHS: APPLICATION TO THE ANKLE
    Alison H. McGregor, Anthony M.J. Bull, Dominic F.L. Southgate, Robert A. Weinert-Aplin
  170. RESPONSE OF NEURAL OSCILLATORS TO VELOCITY-DEPENDENT SENSORY AFFERENTS AT THE ANKLE
    Arne Wulf, Heiko Wagner, Sook-Yee Chong
  171. KNEE UNLOADER BRACE EFFECTIVENESS USING A DETAILED MUSCULOSKELTAL MODEL: A PILOT STUDY
    Kevin J. Deluzio, Marcus J. Brown, Scott C. E. Brandon
  172. RELATIVE IMPORTANCES OF CHANGES IN MUSCLE AND TENDON INDUCED BY RESISTACE TRAINING TO CHANGES IN PERFORMANCE- A SIMULATION STUDY
    Akinori Nagano, Hiroshi Arakawa, Toshiaki Oda
  173. BETWEEN-DAY RELIABILITY OF LEG STIFFNESS MEASURED FROM GROUND REACTION FORCE REGISTRATIONS USING THREE DIFFERENT COMPUTATIONAL METHODS
    Anders Eriksson, Kim Hébert-Losier
  174. HUMAN KINEMATICS RECONSTRUCTION FROM MARKERLESS AND MARKER-BASED MOTION ANALYSIS SYSTEMS BY MODEL-BASED APPROACH
    Bruno Bonnechere, Fedor Moiseev, Marcel Rooze, Patrick Salvia, Serge Van Sint Jan, Victor Sholukha
  175. STATISTICAL SHAPE MODELLING OF LATERAL MENISCUS USING DATA FROM OSTEOARTHRITIS INITIATIVE (OAI)
    Angela E Kedgley, Anthony MJ Bull, Claire R Donoghue, Daniel Rueckert, Kai Yu Zhang
  176. NUMERICAL ANALYSIS OF THE BIOMECHANICAL PARAMETERS IN A SPECIFIC PATIENT KNEE CARTILAGE
    António Completo, António Ramos, Carlos Relvas, Joana Pereira, José Simões
  177. EFFECTS OF DIFFERENT SCALING METHODS ON OPENSIM MODEL FIDELITY
    David G. Lloyd, James John Dunne Jonas Rubenson, Luca Modenese, David John Saxby, Fausto Antonio Panizzolo
  178. THORAX 3D MODELING FROM COSTOVERTEBRAL JOINT COMPLEX KINEMATICS: PRELIMINARY RESULTS
    Benoit Beyer, Jerome Coupier, Marcel Rooze, Olivier Snoek, Pierre-Michel Dugailly, Serge Van Sint Jan, Veronique Feipel
  179. A COMPUTATIONAL INVESTIGATION OF MINIMALLY INVASIVE SPINE SURGERY
    John Rasmussen, Sten Rasmussen
  180. ANALYSIS OF THE POSSIBILITIES OF MITIGATING THE EFFECTS OF HEAD-ON COLLISIONS ON CHILDREN TRANSPORTED IN CAR SAFETY SEATS FIXED ROTATIONALLY RELATIVE TO THE CAR CABIN
    Cezary Rzymkowski, Krzysztof Kędzior, Mirosław Świetlik
  181. INTERACTION OF CYCLISTS AND CARS DURING SIDE COLLISION – HEAD INJURIES AND CONFRONTATION WITH PEDESTRIAN THROW FORMULAS – MULTIBODY SIMULATION
    Daniel Hadraba, Frantisek Lopot, Jan Boucek, Karel Jelen, Ondrej Fanta, Petr Kubovy
  182. SENSITIVITY OF PREDICTED MUSCLE FORCES TO THE ANATOMICAL VARIABILITY OF THE MUSCULOSKELETAL GEOMETRY
    Anke Van Campen, Friedl De Groote, Giordano Valente, Ilse Jonkers, Lode Bosmans, Mariska Wesseling
  183. MATHEMATICAL MODEL FOR PREDICTION OF SPORTS PERFORMANCE
    Cezar Oprisan, Emil Budescu, LiviaGhiga
  184. THE USE OF EXTREME HIGH PASS FILTERING AND WHITENING TO REMOVE FATIGUE ARTIFACT DURING MAXIMAL DYNAMIC CONTRACTIONS – PART I: EFFECTS OF PROCESSING METHODS
    Chad A. Sutherland, Jim R. Potvin, Nicholas J. La Delfa
  185. THE USE OF EXTREME HIGH PASS FILTERING AND WHITENING TO REMOVE FATIGUE ARTIFACT DURING MAXIMAL DYNAMIC CONTRACTIONS - PART II: NEUROPHYSIOLOGICAL IMPLICATIONS
    Chad A. Sutherland, Jim R. Potvin, Nicholas J. La Delfa
  186. AUTOMATED MARKER REGISTRATION IMPROVES OPENSIM JOINT ANGLE AND MOMENT ESTIMATES OF A HUMANOID ROBOT.
    Ajay Seth, Brendan Lay, David G Lloyd, James Dunne, Scott L Delp, Thor F Besier
  187. A MATLAB GENERIC TOOL TO EFFICIENTLY PROCESS C3D DATA FILES FOR APPLICATIONS IN OPENSIM
    A. Mantoan, C. Cobelli, C. Pizzolato, M. Reggiani, M. Sartori, Z. Sawacha
  188. IN-SILICO CHARACTERIZATION OF MONO-PLANAR 3D FLUOROSCOPY CALIBRATION ERROR
    Luca Tersi, Rita Stagni, Silvia Fantozzi
  189. MOKKA – BTK: OPEN-SOURCE FRAMEWORK TO PROCESS AND VISUALIZE BIOMECHANICAL DATA
    Arnaud BARRE, Yoshimasa SAGAWA Stéphane ARMAND
  190. RELIABILITY AND VALIDATION OF TWO DIFFERENT ANGLE ESTIMATION METHODS
    Geneviève Dumas, Mohamed Lawani, Seth Darkwa, Tara Diesbourg
  191. KINEMATIC AND FORCE TRAJECTORY ANALYSIS USING VECTOR FIELD STATISTICS
    Jos Vanrenterghem, Mark A. Robinson, Todd C. Pataky
  192. ACCURACY ANALYSIS OF A NON-COMMERCIAL 3D KINEMATIC ANALYSIS SYSTEM (DVIDEO) USING STANDARD AND INDUSTRIAL CAMERAS
    Afonsa Janaína da Silva, Amanda Piaia Silvatti, Fábio A. S. Dias, Pascual J. Figueroa, Pietro Cerveri, Ricardo M. L. Barros
  193. NOVEL METHODS FOR EVALUATING MARKER PLACEMENT ERROR
    Blayne Hettinga, Reed Ferber, Sean T. Osis, Shari Macdonald
  194. PORTABLE MULTI-CHANNEL ACQUISITION SYSTEM FOR INTRINSICALLY SAFE, HIGH RESOLUTION, REAL TIME PROCESSING HD-SEMG
    Roberto Merlett, Umberto Barone
  195. STUDY OF SENSOR DEVELOPMENT FOR MEASURING SHEARING FORCE
    Chang-Yong Ko, Dae Won Lee, Dong Hyun Kim, Han Sung Kim*, Hyung Joo Kim, Seong Guk Kim, Young-Kuen Cho
  196. EVOLUTION OF BIOMECHANICS RESEARCH GROUPS IN BRAZIL: FROM 2000 TO 2013
    Alberto Reinaldo Reppold Filho, Felipe P. Carpes, Julio Cézar Lima da Silva, Marco Aurélio Vaz, Michele Zini
  197. APPLYING BIOMECHANICS IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION CLASSES THROUGH THE USE OF VERBAL CUES
    Ana Paula Xavier Ladeira, Elisabete dos Santos Freire, Fábio Moreira de Araújo, Luis Mochizuki, Sônia Cavalcanti Corrêa.
  198. THE PARAMETRIC HUMAN PROJECT: BUILDING A PROBABILISTIC ATLAS OF HUMAN ANATOMY
    Anne M. Agur, Azam Khan, Jacobo Bibliowicz, Jeremy P.M. Mogk, John E. Lloyd, Sidney Fels
  199. BIOMECHANICAL ANALYSIS ON THE OPERATION OF MANUAL VALVES IN A CHEMICAL INDUSTRY
    Carolina Reich Marcon Passero, Elenise Leocadia da Silveira Nunes
  200. A VIDEO FEEDBACK SYSTEM PROVIDING MOTIONS SYNCHRONIZED WITH REFERENCE EXAMPLES FOR MOTOR LEARNING
    Akira KOJIMA, Ayumi MATSUMOTO, Dan MIKAMI, Harumi KAWAMURA, Koji KADOTA, Toshitaka KIMURA
  201. IDENTIFICATION AND DYNAMICS OF THE RHEOLOGICAL PROPERTIES OF THE HUMAN AXIAL SYSTEM BY THE TRANSFER VIBRATION THROUGH SPINE (TVS) METHOD.
    Adam Benyovszky, Josef Zeman, Karel Jelen, Marek Prochazka, Sarka Panska
  202. OPTIMAIZATION OF NEUROMUSCULAR ACTIVATION IN WHOLE BODY VIBRATION – EFFECT OF TYPE, FREQUENCY, AMPLITUDE AND BODY POSITION.
    Albert Gollhofer, Andreas Kramer, Ramona Ritzmann
  203. WHOLE-BODY VIBRATION EXERCISE IS A FEASIBLE RESISTIVE EXERCISE MODALITY FOR OLDER WOMEN
    Bo-Ram Han, Dae-Yoen Lee, Hae-Dong Lee, Si-Woo Jung
  204. COMPUTATIONAL EVALUATION OF MEDULLAR BONES MATHEMATICAL MODELS AND THEIR INTERACTION WITH DENTAL IMPLANTS.
    Álvaro F. Moura, Petrus G. Nóbrega, Selma H. Nóbrega
  205. MUSCLE SPINDELS IN HUMAN SUPRAHYOID MUSCLES MAY INDICATE A PROPRIOCEPTIVE FUNCTION
    Cattrysse E., De Santanna A., Saverino D., Testa M.
  206. PLANTAR SUPPORT INFLUENCE IN POSTUROLOGY AND TEMPOROMANDIBULAR JOINT
    Alvaro Perea, Dr. Jose M. Bretones, Dr. Ma. Luz Criado, Dr. Veronica Arroyo
  207. KINEMATICS ANALYSIS OF THE TEMPOROMANDIBULAR JOINT IN PRESCHOOL CHILDREN
    Fabiane Elpídio de Sá, Fabianna Resende de Jesus-Moraleida, Fernando Virgílio Albuquerque de Oliveira, Karina Matthes de Freitas Pontes, Kátia Virgínia Viana-Cardoso, Raphael Brunno Paz Nunes
  208. ELECTROMYOGRAPHIC EVALUATION CASES OF TENSION HEADACHES TYPE THROUGH FUNCTIONAL ADJUSTMENT OCCLUSAL
    Barela J, Berzin F, Ferreira LMDB, Santos JLB
  209. TECHNIQUES OF MASSAGE THERAPY IN MYOGENOUS TEMPOROMANDIBULAR DISORDER: A RANDOMIZED PLACEBO-CONTROLLED TRIAL
    Célia Marisa Rizatti-Barbosa, Fausto Bérzin., Marcelo Côrrea Alves, Marta Cristina da Silva Gama
  210. FIBROMYALGIA AND TEMPOROMANDIBULAR DISORDER: AN ELECTROMYOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS
    Amelia Pasqual Marques, Célia Marisa Rizzatti-Barbosa, Fausto Berzin, Maisa Soares Gui
  211. THE COMPLEX BEHAVIOR OF HUMAN ACTIVITY: A COMPARISON BETWEEN HEALTHY AND FIBROMYALGIC INDIVIDUALS
    Ignacio Cifre, Joan Femenia, José Garcia Vivas Miranda, Lucas Gabriel Souza França, Norberto Peña, Pedro Montoya, Priscila Aquino
  212. COMPENSATION BY RESIDUAL MUSCLES DURING WALKING IN A PATIENT AFTER MEDIOPOSTERIOR THIGH MUSCLE RESECTION FOR SOFT TISSUE SARCOMA
    Hiroshige Tateuchi, Junya Toguchida, Kotatsu Nagai, Noriaki Ichihashi, Noriatsu Tatematsu, Rui Tsukagoshi, Shuichi Matsuda, Tadao Tsuboyama, Takeharu Nakamata, Takeshi Okamoto, Yu Matsuoka, Yusuke Okita
  213. OCULAR SURFACE TEMPERATURE IN HEALTHY SUBJECTS: A THERMOGRAPHIC STUDY
    Andrea Corvi, Andrea Sodi, Federica Vannetti, Giovanni Cianferoni, Lucia Finocchio, Sara Matteoli
  214. RESISTANCE MECHANISMS OF RETINAL DETACHMENT IN WOODPECKER’S OCULAR
    Chenglong Feng, Lizhen Wang, Meiya Zhao, Ming Zhang, Xiaoyu Liu, Xufeng Niu, Yikun Ni, Yubo Fan
  215. DETERMINATION OF VISCOELASTIC PROPERTIES OF HUMAN HAIR BY DAMPED TORSION OSCILATION METHOD
    Antonín Havránek, Bohumil Chalupa, Josef Zeman, Karel Jelen, Lucie Šimková, Marie Skřontová, Milan Kvetoň
  216. PROBABILITY OF DIFFERENT DIAMETERS DISTRIBUTION OF HAIR ON THE HEAD
    Josef Zeman, Karel Jelen , Lucie Šimková, Marie Skřontová
  217. COMPARION OF STANDING POSTURE CONTROL BETWEEN PRE AND POST HEAD OUT WATER IMMERSION
    Fumiko Takenoya, Hitoshi Yanagi, Noriyuki Yamamoto, Tadashi Wada, Yoshiya Ito
  218. ANALYSIS OF THE BEHAVIOR OF THE CENTER OF PRESSURE IN STANDING POSITION USING PRINCIPAL COMPONENT ANALYSIS
    Felipe Arruda Moura, Pedro Paulo Deprá
  219. COMPARISON OF STATIC BALANCE FOR COLLEGE SWIMMERS AND JUDOKAS PRE AND POST-COMPETITION
    Diego de Faria Sato, Fernando Possamai, Pedro Paulo Deprá, Rafael Fávero Bardy, Regina Alves Thon
  220. THE EFFECTS OF NEUROMUSCULAR TRAINING ON POSTURAL STABILITY IN FEMALE INDIVIDUALS
    Alex J.Y. Lee, Yen-Ting Wang, Yu-Tien Tsai
  221. CLASSIFICATION OF QUIET STANDING CONTROL BY PERCEPTRON NEURAL NETWORK AND PRINCIPAL COMPONENT ANALYSIS: A PILOT STUDY
    Felipe G Teixeira, Igor RT Jesus, Jurandir Nadal, Lucenildo S Cerqueira, Roger GT Mello
  222. BODY SWAYS ARE DIFFERENT BETWEEN OLYMPIC ELITE AND MILITARY SHOOTERS
    Fábio A Machado, Jurandir Nadal, Liliam F Oliveira, Marco Túlio Baptista, Roger GT Mello
  223. SENSITIVITY OF A MEDIOLATERAL BALANCE ASSESSMENT TOOL TO SENSORY MANIPULATIONS.
    Jaap H. van Dieën, Luis Eduardo Cofré L., Mirjam Pijnappels, N. Peter Reeves, Sabine M.P. Verschueren
  224. CUMULATIVE EFFECTS OF FIVE DAYS HIKING ON POSTURAL STABILITY
    Ivan Silveira de Avelar, Marcus Fraga Vieira, Maria Sebastiana Silva, Paula Hentschel Lobo da Costa
  225. POSTURAL CONTROL ANALYSIS USING ACTIVELY CONTROLLED STEWART PARALLEL PLATFORM
    Jan Babic
  226. THE INFLUENCE OF THE TASK PERFORMED BEFORE THE POSTURAL ASSESSMENT USING THE PHOTOGRAMMETRY METHOD
    Alessandra Beggiato Porto Celina Maria Quirino, Bruno Secco Faquin, Tulio Bernardo Macedo Alfano Moura, Victor Hugo Alves Okazaki
  227. LOCAL DYNAMIC STABILITY OF SPINE MOTOR PATTERNS AND STIFFNESS DURING LIFTING TASKS
    Ryan B. Graham, Stephen H.M. Brown
  228. GENDER DIFFERENCES IN TRUNK MUSCLES RESPONSE DURING LOWERING TASKS OF LIQUIDS
    Andreas Skiadopoulos, Kostas Gianikellis
  229. LUMBAR LOAD IN COMMON WORK TASKS FOR AIRPORT BAGGAGE HANDLERS – A 3D DYNAMIC ANALYSIS
    Alkjær T, Andersen MS, Bern S.H., Brauer C, de Zee M, Helweg-Larsen K, Koblauch H, Mikkelsen S, Simonsen EB, Thygesen LC
  230. KINEMATIC COMPARISON OF MS KINECT AND INERTIAL MOTION CAPTURE SYSTEM IN LOAD LIFTING TASK
    André Soares Monat, Carla Patrícia Guimarães, Fernando Cardoso Ribeiro, Priscilla Streit
  231. CONTROL STRATEGY IN POSTURAL-MANUAL INTERACTION: IS THE PRIORITY BALANCE OR CONFIGURATION?
    Ian Loram
  232. BALANCE CONTROL OVER INCLINED SURFACE DURING DIFFERENT POSTURES
    Jia-Hao Chang, Yung-Wen Tang
  233. MEASURING MOVEMENT FLUENCY DURING THE SIT TO STAND AND SIT TO WALK MOVEMENTS
    Andy Kerr, Danny Rafferty, Philip Rowe, Philippa Dall, Valerie Pomeroy
  234. DETERMINING THE NEUROMECHANICAL ROLE OF THE TIBIALIS ANTERIOR MUSCLE IN MAINTAINING BALANCE.
    Andrew G Cresswell, Glen A Lichtwark, James T Day
  235. MODULATION OF ACTIVITY IN THE TIBIALIS ANTERIOR MUSCLE CHANGES WITH UPRIGHT STANCE WIDTH
    Claudia D. Vargas, Luís Aureliano Imbiriba, Taian Vieira, Thiago Lemos
  236. INFLUENCE OF ANKLE DEVICES IN POSTURAL BALANCE OF YOUNG WOMEN
    Carlos Bolli Mota, Estele Caroline Welter Meereis, Fabrício Santana da Silva, Karine Josibel Velasques Stoelben, Patrícia Paludette Dorneles
  237. RECONSTRUCTING THE POSTURAL SWAY USING BODY SEGMENT INERTIAL PARAMETERS
    Brice Isableu, Clint Hansen, Gentiane Venture, Nasser Rezzoug, Philippe Gorce
  238. STATIC AND DYNAMIC POSTURAL CONTROL IN LOW-VISION AND NORMAL-VISION ADULTS
    Angelica Castilho Alonso, Eurica MorimotoTatiana G. Bobbio, Julia Maria D’Andréa Greve, Mônica S.V. Tomomitsu, Natália Mariana Silva Luna
  239. PROFESSIONAL BALLET DANCERS’ POSTURAL CONTROL IN A PASSÉ EN DEMI-POINT POSITION
    Arthur de Sá Ferreira, Lilian Ramiro Felicio, Michelle S. da Silveira Costa
  240. ON THE POSTURAL STABILITY OF BALLET DANCERS AND YOGA PRACTITIONERS: A PILOT STUDY
    Kleber L S dos Santos, Maiara Tavares Ferreira, Marcus Fraga Vieira, Maria P S A Guimarães, Paula Hentschel Lobo da Costa
  241. KINEMATICS EVALUATION OF PELVIS DURING THE STEP PLIÉ OF CLASSICAL BALLET
    Cláudia Tarragô Candotti, Grace dos Santos Feijó, Kaanda Nabilla Souza Gontijo, Lais Paixão Ribeiro
  242. KINEMATICS ANALYSIS OF VERTEBRAL POSTURE IN THE DÉVELOPPÉ À LA SECONDE
    Jéssica Gaspar Rangel, Mário Hebling Campos
  243. INFLUENCE OF HIP MUSCLE ACTIVITY ON FEMORAL NECK BONE MECHANICS
    Saulo Martelli, Hans A. Gray , Marcus G. Pandy

Achilles Tendon Biomechanics

  1. RELATED ASYMMETRIES IN ACHILLES TENDON STIFFNESS AND ANKLE MOBILITY AFTER RUPTURE
    Adamantios Arampatzis, Alison Agres, and Georg Duda, Sebastian Manegold, Tobias Gehlen
  2. A PROSPECTIVE ANALYSIS OF INTRINSIC AND EXTRINSIC RISK FACTORS ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF ACHILLES TENDON PAIN IN RUNNERS
    Pia Janssen, Tobias Hein, Ursula Wagner-Fritz and Stefan Grau
  3. COACTIVATION WITHIN THE TRICEPS SURAE MUSCLE GROUP IS ALTERED IN ACHILLES TENDINOPAHTY
    Claudio Pizzolato and Justin Kavanagh, Nicole Grigg
  4. VALIDATION OF STRAIN ASSESSMENT IN THE ACHILLES TENDON USING ULTRASOUND SPECKLE TRACKING IN AN IN VITRO EXPERIMENTAL SETUP
    Anton Arndt, Åsa Fröberg, Birgitta Janerot-Sjöberg, Matilda Larsson, Mattias Mårtensson
  5. ACCELERATED REHABILITATION IMPROVES THE PLANTAR FLEXORS ARCHITECTURE AND TORQUE OF ACHILLES TENDON RUPTURE PATIENTS
    Jeam M. Geremia, Marco A. Vaz, Mayra Casa Nova, Rafael D. Ott, Raquel de O. Lupion, Viviane B. Frasson
  6. BI-LATERAL SYMMETRY IN ACHILLES TENDON MECHANICAL PROPERTIES
    John H. Challis , Brittany N. Howse
  7. DETERMINATION OF ACHILLES TENDON SLACK LENGTH USING SUPERSONIC SHEAR IMAGING
    Antoine Nordez, François Hug, Lilian Lacourpaille, Olivier Maisetti
  8. MEASUREMENT OF TRANSIENT ACHILLES TENDON DYNAMICS DURING MUSCLE TWITCH CONTRACTIONS
    Darryl Thelen, Laura Chernak, Ryan DeWall, Tanner Marshall

Triceps Surae Neuromechanics

  1. COMPARISON OF ISOMETRIC PLANTAR FLEXION TORQUE SHARING PATTERNS BETWEEN ELDERLY AND YOUNG PEOPLE
    Débora Rodrigues de Oliveira Verneque, Liliam Fernandes de Oliveira, Luciano Luporini Menegaldo
  2. GASTROCNEMIUS MEDIALIS MUSCLE ARCHITECTURE AND PLANTARFLEXOR TORQUE PRODUCTION IN POSTSTROKE SURVIVORS
    Caroline Pieta Dias, Eduardo Onzi, Irênio Gomes, Jefferson Becker, Marco Aurélio Vaz, Natália Batista Albuquerque Goulart
  3. ALTERED LENGTH-FORCE CHARACTERISTICS AND EPIMUSCULAR MYOFASCIAL FORCE TRANSMISSION IN SPASTIC RAT CALF MUSCLES
    Annesofie Thorup Olesen, Bente Rona Jensen and Huub Maas
  4. CAN MEASURES OF MUSCLE-TENDON INTERACTION REVEAL THE SUPERIORITY OF EAST AFRICAN ENDURANCE RUNNERS?
    Akira Ito, Caroline Nicol, Elio Locatteli, Kanae Sano, Masaki Ishikawa, Paavo V Komi, Toshiaki Oda, Yoko Kunimasa
  5. THERAPEUTIC ULTRASOUND ASSOCIATED WITH STATIC STRETCHING: EVALUATION OF RATS’ SOLEUS MUSCLE SUBMITTED TO REMOBILIZATION PROTOCOL.
    Alberito Rodrigo de Carvalho, Cassiane Merigo Nascimento, Daniela Martins Cunha, Deisi Ferrari, Gladson Ricardo Flor Bertolini, Lucinéia de Fátima Chasko Ribeiro.
  6. DOES CURVATURE VARY ALONG SKELETAL MUSCLE FASCICLES DURING DYNAMIC TASKS?
    Baihua Li, Emma F. Hodson-Tole, Ian Loram, John Darby, Nicholas Costen
  7. INFLUENCE OF INDUCED PLANTAR HYPOTHERMIA ON THE ACHILLES TENDON STRETCH REFLEX
    Andresa M. C. Germano, Tobias Heß, Daniel Schmidt, , Günther Schlee, Thomas L. Milani
  8. RAT SOLEUS MUSCLE DOES NOT ACT INDEPENDENTLY FROM SURROUNDING MUSCLES
    Chris Tijs, Jaap H. van Dieen and Huub Maas

Finite Element Modelling

  1. EVALUATING FLUORIDE TREATED BONE USING MICRO CT AND COMPUTATIONAL MODELING
    Andrew Grey, Dharshini Sreenivasan, Jillian Cornish, Justin Fernandez
  2. SIMULATING THE EFFECT OF FAI SURGERY ON HIP KINEMATICS
    Claudio Diaz, Javad Parvizi, Ramya Namani, Sorin Siegler
  3. A MATERIAL SENSITIVITY ANALYSIS OF PLANTAR FASCIA USING A THREE-DIMENSIONAL FINITE ELEMENT MUSCULOSKELETAL MODEL OF HUMAN FOOT COMPLEX
    Dan Hu, Lei Ren, Luquan Ren, Yun Ding, Zhihui Qian
  4. COMBINED MUSCULOSKELETAL AND FINITE ELEMENT MODELLING OF THE FEMUR
    Alfred Thibon, Andrew T.M. Phillips, Claire C. Villette, Luca Modenese
  5. FINITE ELEMENT ANALYSIS OF A SLIDING HIP SCREW
    Daniel Gilroy, Phil Riches and Marcus Wheel
  6. FINITE ELEMENT ANALYSIS OF DIFFERENT PHYSICAL ACTIVITIES TO OPTIMISE THE CENTRE EDGE ANGLE IN A VIRTUAL GANZ PERIACETABULAR OSTEOTOMY
    Arturo Chavez-Arreola, Teresa Alonso-Rasgado, Tim N Board, Zhenmin Zou
  7. FIRST METATARSOPHALNGEAL JOINT STRESS IN PLANUS, RECTUS, AND CAVUS FEET: PRELIMINARY EFFECTS OF PLANTAR FASCIA
    Antoine Truchetet, C. Chapman, Howard J Hillstrom, Khadija Saoudi, Rajshree Mootanah, Ravinder R Regatte, Smita Rao
  8. CONTROL OF POSITION AND MOVEMENT IS SIMPLIFIED BY COMBINED MUSCLE SPINDLE AND GOLGI TENDON ORGAN FEEDBACK
    Dinant Kistemaker, Jeremy Wong, Knoek van Soest, Paul L. Gribble

Muscular And Neuromuscular Modelling

  1. A DIFFUSION TENSOR IMAGING BASED MODEL OF MUSCLE MECHANICS
    Justin Fernandez, Kumar Mithraratne, Massoud Alipour, Vickie Shim
  2. ACTIVITY OF MUSCLE AND PAW-SKIN AFFERENTS DURING CAT LOCOMOTION COMPUTED USING A FORWARD DYNAMICS NEUROMECHANICAL MODEL
    Alexander N. Klishko, Boris I. Prilutsky, Douglas J. Weber, Michel A. Lemay
  3. FEASIBILITY OF USING OPENSIM FOR ESTIMATING MUSCLE FORCES DURING WALKING IN THE AQUATIC ENVIRONMENT
    Marcos Duarte, Maria Isabel Veras Orselli
  4. GENERATING COMPUTER SIMULATIONS OF MOVEMENT USING MUSCLE SYNERGY INPUTS
    Anantharaman Gopalakrishnan, Andrew T.M. Phillips, Luca Modenese
  5. HIP JOINT CONTACT FORCES CALCULATED USING DIFFERENT MUSCLE OPTIMIZATION TECHNIQUES
    Christophe Meyer, Friedl de Groote, Ilse Jonkers, Loes Derikx, Mariska Wesseling, Nico Verdonschot, Ward Bartels
  6. SHORT- AND MEDIUM-LATENCY STRETCH REFLEXES STUDIED BY MEANS OF A BIOLOGICALLY BASED NEUROMUSCULAR MODEL
    André F. Kohn, Leonardo A. Elias
  7. TRICEPS SURAE ELASTIC ENERGY UTILIZATION DURING HUMAN RUNNING WITH REARFOOT AND FOREFOOT PATTERNS
    Allison H. Gruber, Brian R. Umberger, Joseph Hamill
  8. SCALING MUSCULOSKELETAL MODELS FROM DYNAMIC MOTION CAPTURE TRIALS
    John Rasmussen, Mark de Zee, Michael Skipper Andersen, Morten Enemark Lund

Musculoskeletal Modelling

  1. A NOVEL BIOMECHANICAL MODEL TO EVALUATE THE LOADS IN HUMAN FINGER TENDON NETWORK
    Dan Hu, David Howard, Lei Ren
  2. A TWO STEP MUSCLE/TENDON-LENGTH CALIBRATION IN MUSCULOSKELETAL MODELS
    Frederik Heinen, John Rasmussen, Mark de Zee, Michael Damsgaard, Morten Enemark Lund
  3. DETERMINING THUMB OPPOSITION KINEMATICS USING DYNAMIC CT: OPPERTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES FOR MUSCULOSKELETAL MODELLING
    Eddy Brugman, Evie Vereecke, Faes Kerkhof, Filip Stockmans, Ilse Jonkers, Priscilla D’Agostino
  4. DEVELOPMENT OF A MUSCULOSKELETAL MODEL OF THE NEW ZEALAND WHITE RABBIT HINDLIMB: JOINT POWER AND WORK DURING HOPPING AND JUMPING
    Alex Hayes, David Lloyd, Jonas Rubenson, Katrina L. Easton, Thor Besier
  5. HYBRID NEUROMUSCULOSKELETAL MODELING OF THE HUMAN LOWER EXTREMITY
    Dario Farina, David G. Lloyd, Massimo Sartori
  6. RESULTS REPEATABILITY OF RIGHT LEG FINITE ELEMENT BASED MUSCULOSKELETAL MODELING
    Jiang Yao, Juan Hurtado, Manoj Chinnakonda, Prabhav Saraswat, Subham Sett, Victor Oancea
  7. REAL-TIME SIMULATION OF THREE-DIMENSIONAL SHOULDER GIRDLE AND ARM DYNAMICS
    Antonie J. van den Bogert, Dimitra Blana, Edward K. Chadwick, Robert F. Kirsch
  8. STATIC OPTIMIZATION SOLUTION TO THE FORCE SHARING PROBLEM
    Azim Jinha, Motoshi Kaya, Walter Herzog, Yunus Ziya Arslan

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

Amputee Gait

  1. STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS DURING THE DESIGN OF POLYCENTRIC PROSTHETIC KNEE
    Belkys T. Amador, Carmen M. Müller-Karger, Euro Casanova, Rafael R. Torrealba
  2. ACCURATE ANGLE ESTIMATION IN SMART KNEE PROSTHESES VIA MAGNETIC IMPLANTABLE AND SKIN-MOUNTED SENSORS
    Arash Arami, Arnaud Barré, Kamiar Aminian
  3. FALL-PREVENTION TRAINING PROGRAM FOR PERSONS WITH LOWER EXTREMITY AMPUTATIONS: EARLY RESULTS
    Kenton Kaufman, Marilynn Wyatt, Mark Grabiner, Pinata Sessoms
  4. GAIT INITIATION CHARACTERISTICS OF TRANSTIBIAL AMPUTEES
    Célio A. de Paula. Jr, Ivan S. de Avelar, Marcus F. Vieira, Maria S. Silva, Paula H. Lobo da Costa, Viviane Soares
  5. KINEMATIC ADJUSTMENTS OF TRANSFEMORAL AMPUTEE GAIT ON CROSS-SLOPES
    Christophe Sauret, Coralie Villa, Hélène Pillet, Noël Martinet, Xavier Bonnet, Xavier Drevelle
  6. TRIP RECOVERY STRATEGY SELECTION IN TRANSFEMORAL AMPUTEES USING MICROPROCESSOR CONTROLLED KNEES
    Ann M. Simon, Camila Shirota, Todd A. Kuiken
  7. AMPUTEES USE LESS JOINT TORQUE COVARIATION THAN ABLE-BODIED SUBJECTS TO GENERATE LEG FORCE DURING WALKING
    Megan Toney, Young-Hui Chang
  8. ENERGY EXCHANGE BETWEEN KNEE AND ANKLE IN A TRANSFEMORAL PROSTHESIS
    Bart Koopman, Edsko Hekman and Ramazan Unal, Sebastiaan Behrens

Balance And Postural Control

  1. A NOVEL TOOL FOR MEDIOLATERAL BALANCE ASSESSMENT
    Jaap van Dieën, Luis Eduardo Cofré L., Mirjam Pijnappels, N. Peter Reeves, Sabine M.P. Verschueren
  2. EFFECT OF KNEE MUSCLE FATIGUE AND LACTIC ACID ACCUMULATION ON POSTURAL CONTROL DURING PERTURBATIONS
    Arendt-Nielsen D., E.A. Hansen, Falla H. , Hassanlouei, Kersting U.G, L. A.S. Oliveira
  3. EFFECTS OF INDUCED PLANTAR HYPOTHERMIA ON DYNAMIC BALANCE
    Andresa M. C. Germano, Daniel Schmidt, Günther Schlee, Thomas L. Milani, Tobias Heß
  4. LIMITS OF STABILITY AND ADAPTION TO ROCKER BOTTOM SHOES
    Daniel Holt, Denis Brunt, Edgar Ramos Vieira, Gerardo Guerrero
  5. MODEL OF LATERAL STABILIZATION FOR ONE-LEGGED BALANCE
    Amy R. Wu, Arthur D. Kuo
  6. POSTURAL SWAY FOLLOWING CRYOTHERAPY IN HEALTHY ADULTS
    Claudiane A Fukuchi, Darren J Stefanyshyn
  7. THE IMPORTANCE OF SENSORY INFORMATION FOR THE POSTURAL CONTROL: IS THE INVERTED PENDULUM IMPORTANT FOR THE STATIC BALANCE CONTROL
    Angélica Castilho Alonso, Fábio Barbieri, Julia Maria D’Andréia Greve, Luis Mochizuki, Natália Mariana S Luna
  8. EFFECT OF SOLEUS STRETCH REFLEX CONDITIONING ON LOWER LEG CONTROL DURING PERTURBED ONE LEG STANDING
    Aiko K. Thompson, Natalie Mrachacz-Kersting, Priscila de Brito Silva, Uwe G. Kersting, Yukiko Makihara

Gait In Children

  1. ANALYSIS OF INFLUENCE OF BACKPACK IN BALANCE IN SCHOOL CHILDREN
    Eric Leal, Flávia Porto, Jonas L. Gurgel, Pedro Paulo Soares, Raphaela de S. Alvarenga, Ricardo S. Braga
  2. CLINICAL AND PEDOBAROGRAPHIC ANALYSIS OF PONSETI-TREATED CLUBFEET IN UGANDA
    D. Rosenbaum, K. Bosch, M. Sinclair, R. Mathias, S. Böhm, S. Pirani
  3. DATA MINING TOOLBOX FOR GAIT ANALYSIS IN CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY
    Bruno Bonnechère, Gianluca Bontempi, Marc Degaelen, Patrick Salvia, Serge Van Sint Jan, Yann-Aël Le Borgne
  4. DETERMINANTS OF BALANCE DEFICIT IN CHILDREN WITH CHARCOT-MARIE-TOOTH DISEASE
    Allan Glanzman, David N. Herrmann, Davide Pareyson, Francesco Muntoni, Joshua Burns, Mary M. Reilly, Michael E. Shy, Richard S. Finkel, Tim Estilow
  5. DYNAMIC GAIT STABILITY IN CEREBELLAR PATIENTS
    Frank Van Calenbergh, Jacques Duysens, Sjoerd M. Bruijn, Wouter Hoogkamer
  6. GAIT STABILITY IN CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY
    Ilse Jonkers, Matthew Millard, Pieter Meyns, Sjoerd M. Bruijn, Wouter Hoogkamer
  7. EFFECT OF SPORTS SHOES ON CHILDREN’S MULTI-SEGMENT FOOT KINEMATICS DURING PROPULSION OF WALKING AND RUNNING
    Adrienne E Hunt, Andrew Greene, Benedicte Vanwanseele, Caleb Wegener, Joshua Burns, Richard M Smith
  8. INFLUENCE OF 14 AND 24 HIPPOTHERAPY SESSIONS IN POSTURAL BALANCE IN CEREBRAL PALSY – A CASE REPORT
    Ana Cristina de David, Andréa Gomes Moraes, Guilherme Henrique Ramos Lopes

Motion Analysis Technique

  1. CONSIDERATIONS ON MARKER SOFT TISSUE ARTEFACT PROPAGATION TO BONE POSE ESTIMATES
    Andrea Cereatti, Aurelio Cappozzo, Eleni Grimpampi, Valentina Camomilla
  2. CRITERION & CONCURRENT VALIDITY OF THE MICROSOFT KINECT SYSTEM FOR MARKERLESS MOTION CAPTURE
    June T. Spector, Kevin J. McQuade, Max Lieblich, Stephen Bao
  3. DOES AN ANATOMIC REFERENCE MARKER SERVE TO ESTIMATE HORIZONTAL CENTER OF MASS VELOCITY DURING GAIT?
    Carlos Bolli Mota, Daniel Pozzobon, Eliane C Guadagnin, Felipe P Carpes, Mateus C Silveira, Priscila G Padoin
  4. MARKERLESS CAMERA SYSTEM VS. MARKER BASED SYSTEM: WHICH IS THE MOST REPEATABLE?
    Bart Jansen, Bruno Bonnechère, Lubos Omelina, Marcel Rooze, Serge Van Sint Jan, Victor Sholukha
  5. MULTIPLE MARKER TRACKING IN A SINGLE-CAMERA SYSTEM FOR GAIT ANALYSIS
    Bruce Carse, Cheng Yang, Lina Stankovic, Philip Rowe, Ukadike Ugbolue, Vladimir Stankovic
  6. SOFT TISSUE ARTIFACT QUANTIFICATION AND MINIMIZATION USING COSSERAT POINT ELEMENTS
    Alon Wolf, Dana Solav, MB Rubin
  7. SYSTEM DEPENDENT DIFFERENCES IN THE ACCURACY OF GAIT KINEMATICS: A COMPARISON OF A MODERN 12 CAMERA VICON MX-GIGANET SYSTEM WITH AN OLDER 8 CAMERA VICON 612 SYSTEM
    Enrica Papi, Philip J. Rowe, Ukadike C. Ugbolue
  8. USING THE MICROSOFT KINECT SENSOR IN KINEMATICS ANALYSIS
    Alexandre Marconi de Souza da Costa, Pedro Paulo Deprá, Vanderson Martins do Rosário, Victor Glauber Lopes Silva

Obesity

  1. ACUTE KINEMATIC AND KINETIC CHANGES IN RATS AFTER DIET INDUCED OBESITY AND ACL-X
    Kelsey H. Collins, Raylene A. Reimer, Walter Herzog
  2. DO FITNESS AND FATIGUE AFFECT GAIT BIOMECHANICS IN OVERWEIGHT AND OBESE CHILDREN?
    Bhupinder Singh, H.John Yack, Kathleen F. Janz, Shelby L. Francis
  3. INFLUENCE OF OBESITY ON PLANTAR PRESSURE AND FOOT SENSITITIVY OF CHILDREN
    Álvaro S Machado, Ana de David, Denise K Bratz, Emmanuel S da Rocha, Felipe P Carpes, Larissa Goubert
  4. KINEMATIC ANALYSIS OF GAIT AND INFLUENCE OF BACKPACK USE IN OVERWEIGHT CHILDREN
    Flávia Porto, Gabriel Espinosa, Hilbert da Silva Julio, Jonas Lírio Gurgel, Marcus Paulo Araujo, Pedro Paulo Soares
  5. KINEMATICS ANALYSIS OF RUNNING THE OLD OBESE
    Clayton Henrique Nogueira dos Santos, Débora Goulart Bourscheid Dorst, Lissandro Moisés Dorst, Thyago Hetkowski
  6. KNEE AND ANKLE JOINT MOTION PATTERN DURING GAIT IN SUBJECTS WITH OVERWEIGHT
    Adriane MS Muniz, Fabiana Rodrigues da Silva, Jurandir Nadal, Lucenildo S Cerqueira, Roger GT Mello
  7. POSTURAL BALANCE OF OBESE AND NON-OBESE CHILDREN: A LONGITUDINAL STUDY
    Ana Cristina de David, Bárbara Lopes Marques, Emanuela Menezes Maia, Leandra Batista Ferreira, Tainá Neves
  8. SINGLE LIMB STANCE BALANCE IN OBESE AND NON-OBESE CHILDREN
    Guilherme Henrique Ramos Lopes, Ana Cristina de David, Barbara Lopes, Emanuela de Meneses Maia, Marcella Carolino, Oséias Guimarães de Castro, Tainá Neves

Postural Control In The Elderly - Falling

  1. DO CUSTOMIZED ANKLE FOOT ORTHOSES IMPROVE POSTURAL STABILITY IN OLDER ADULTS?
    Bijan Najafi, Jacque Ortiz, Ryan T. Crews, Sai Vikas Yalla
  2. EFFECTS OF TAI CHI CHUAN EXERCISE ON CROSSING OBSTACLE IN ELDERLY
    Jia-Hao Chang and Chen-Fu Huang, Jung-Chun Chi, Yao-Ting Chang
  3. POSTURAL CONTROL IN HEALTHY ELDERLY CHALLENGED BY DUAL-TASK
    Carlos Bolli Mota, Joane Severo Ribeiro, Luiz Fernando Cuozzo Lemos
  4. STRATEGIES TO REGAIN BALANCE IN RESPONSE TO A CONTROLLED DYNAMIC PERTURBATION IN ELDERLY WITH AND WITHOUT FALL HISTORY
    André Luiz Felix Rodacki, Angélica Lodovico, Roberta Castilhos Detânico Bohrer, Samia Moreira AkelCarlos Bolli Mota, Joane Severo Ribeiro, Luiz Fernando Cuozzo Lemos
  5. THE ASSOCIATION BETWEEN HEEL RISE PERFORMANCE AND STATIC BALANCE IN COMMUNITY DWELLING OLDER ADULTS
    George Salem, Man-Ying Wang, Rami Hashish, Sachithra Samarawickrame, Sean S-Y Yu
  6. THE DECAY OF REGULARITY IN POSTURAL CONTROL WITH AGING
    Benno Nigg, Jennifer Baltich, Vinzenz von Tscharner
  7. THE EFFECTS OF TAI CHI ON POSTURO-RESPIRATORY SYNCHRONIZATION IN FRAIL OLDER ADULTS
    Brad Manor, Lewis A. Lipsitz, Li Li, Matthew Lane Holmes
  8. JOINT TORQUE PRODUCTION AND MUSCLE TIMING ACTIVATION AT THE KNEE AND ANKLE OF OLDER WOMEN FALLERS AND NONFALLERS
    Adalgiso Coscrato Cardozo, Camilla Zamfolini Hallal, Deborah Hebling Spinoso, Luciano Fernandes Crozara, Márcio Fagundes Goethel, Mary Hellen Morcelli, Mauro Gonçalves, Nise Ribeiro Marques

Posture And Locomotion In Women

  1. ANALYSIS OF THE ASSOCIATION BETWEEN THE ABDOMINAL VISCERAL ADIPOSITY AND THE TIME PARAMETERS OF REACTIVE FORCES TO THE SUPPORT DURING POSTMENOPAUSAL WOMEN WALK
    Adriana L. Sousa, Aurélio M.Faria, Florbela R. Aragão, Maria Helena R. Moreira, Ronaldo E.C.D. Gabriel
  2. ANALYSIS OF POSTURAL STABILITY IN ACTIVE ELDERLY WOMEN
    Avelar B. P., Costa J. N. A., David A. C., Lima R. M., Safons M. P.
  3. FOOT TAPING AFFECT POSTURAL ADJUSTMENTS IN WOMEN WITH LOW PLANTAR ARCH DURING SENSORY PERTURBATION
    Catarina Boffino, Clarice Tanaka, Isabel C. N. Sacco, Licia P. Cacciari, Ricky Watary
  4. KINEMATIC GAIT INDICATORS OF ELDERLY WOMEN IN RESPONSE TO STRENGTH OR POWER TRAINING
    Alberto Carlos Amadio, Bruno Mezêncio, Daniel de Cápua, João Pedro Pinho, Júlio Cerca Serrão, Lucas Sália dos Santos, Rogério de Camargo Santos
  5. KNEE KINEMATICS DURING DAILY STANDING AND WALKING IN HEALTHY WOMEN WITH KNEE HYPEREXTENSION
    H. John Yack, Patricia Teran-Yengle
  6. LEADING LIMB FORCES IN GAIT TERMINATION DURING PREGNANCY
    Marcus Fraga Vieira, Paula Hentschel Lobo da Costa, Sara Rosa de Sousa Andrade, Viviane Soares
  7. RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PLANTAR ARCH INDEX AND POSTURAL BALANCE IN ADULT WOMEN WITH HIGH AND LOW FREQUENCY OF HEELED SHOES USE
    Carlos Bolli Mota, Patrícia Paludette Dorneles
  8. DOES BREAST SIZE AFFECT POSTURE?
    Deirdre E. McGhee, Diane L. Riddiford-Harland, Julie R. Steele, Karly A. Coltman

Walking And Falling In The Elderly

  1. AGE-RELATED ALTERATIONS ON TRUNK AND LOWER LIMB STABILIZER MUSCLES ACTIVATION DURING WALKING
    Camilla Zamfolini Hallal, Luciano Fernandez Crozara, Mary Hellen Morcelli, Mauro Gonçalves, Nise Ribeiro Marques
  2. BIOMECHANICAL RUNNING GAIT ADAPTATIONS IN OLDER RUNNERS
    Darren Stefanyshyn, Lisa Stirling, Marcos Duarte, Reed Ferber, Reginaldo K Fukuchi
  3. EFFECT OF VARYING STEP GEOMETRY ON BIOMECHANICAL RISK FACTORS OF FALLS DURING STAIR DESCENT: A PILOT STUDY IN HEALTHY YOUNG AND OLDER ADULTS
    Alison C. Novak, Geoff R. Fernie
  4. EFFECTS OF UNILATERAL LEG MUSCLE FATIGUE ON GAIT STABILITY IN ELDERLY
    Jaap van Dieën, Joost Dekker, Marcel Toebes, Marco Hoozemans
  5. EXTREME CLUSTER ANLYSIS AND UNDERSTANDING WHY SOME PEOPLE FALL
    Hylton B Menz, Matthew A D Brodie, Stephen R Lord, Stuart T Smith
  6. INCREASING STRENGTH-TO-WEIGHT RATIO BY BODY WEIGHT UNLOADING NORMALIZES GAIT BIOMECHANICS IN OLDER ADULT
    Dain P. LaRoche, Evan A. Masley, Nise R. Marques
  7. RELATION OF COGNITIVE ASPECTS AND WALKING PARAMETERS IN ELDERLY
    Diego Orcioli-Silva, Ellen Lirani-Silva, Fabio Augusto Barbieri, Lilian Teresa Bucken Gobbi, Lucas Simieli
  8. THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN BALANCE, WALKING SPEED AND KNEE EXTENSION MUSCLE STRENGTH IN WELL-FUNCTIONING OLDER ADULTS
    Elisa A Marques, Joana Carvalho, Jorge Mota, Pedro Figueiredo

Walking #1

  1. AGE-RELATED EFFECTS OF LEG MUSCLE FATIGUE ON WALKING
    Diego Orcioli-Silva, Fabio A. Barbieri, Jaap H. van Dieën, Lilian T. B. Gobbi, Lucas Simieli, Paulo C. R. Santos
  2. ASSISTED PLANTARFLEXION INFLUENCES MUSCULAR ACTIVITY IN ALL LEG MUSCLES DURING UPHILL WALKING
    Dirk De Clercq, Philippe Malcolm, Samuel Galle, Wim Derave
  3. GAIT STABILITY OF ADULTS WALKING IN DIFFERENT LIGHT LEVELS
    Carlos Bolli Mota, Daniel Pozzobon, Eliane Celina Guadagnin, Mateus Corrêa Silveira, Priscila Gularte Padoin
  4. MECHANICS & ENERGETICS OF WALKING WITH REDUCED ANKLE PLANTARFLEXTION
    Arthur D. Kuo, Kenneth A. Shorter, Tzu-wei Paul Huang, Yi-wen Liao
  5. THE DIFFERENCE OF BIOMECHANICS ON WALKING STEP WIDTH VARIABILITY
    Chien-Fen Lin, Fong-Chin Su, Lan-Yuen Guo, Yu-Lin You
  6. THE EFFECTS OF DIFFERENT SURFACES ON THE ANTICIPATORY PERIOD OF GAIT INITIATION IN TYPICAL SUBJECTS
    Dieter Rosenbaum, Fernanda G.A. S. Nora, Isabel C. Neves Sacco, Marcus Fraga Vieira, Paula Hentschel Lobo da Costa
  7. EFFECTS OF BODY WEIGHT UNLOADING ON BIOMECHANICAL GAIT PARAMETERS DURING OVERGROUND WALKING AT A CONSTANT SPEED
    Alon Wolf, Arielle G Fischer, Eytan M Debbi
  8. GAIT DIFFERENCE ON IRREGULAR SURFACE UNDER COOLING LOWER-LEG MUSCLE
    Akira Obara, Hiroshi Mizoguchi, Hiroshi Takemura, Takayuki Shiina

Walking #2

  1. REAL-TIME ANALYSIS OF HUMAN GAIT: 3D SYMMETRY AND MECHANICAL WORK OF THE BODY CENTRE OF MASS TRAJECTORY
    Alberto E. Minetti
  2. A FORWARD SIMULATION FRAMEWORK TO PREDICT THE EFFECT OF INCREASED LENGTH AND VELOCITY FEEDBACK DURING GAIT
    Friedl De Groote, Ilse Jonkers, Jacques Duysens, Joris De Schutter, Jos Vander Sloten, Karen Jansen, Wouter Aerts
  3. EMG SIGNAL-ONLY GAIT CYCLE DETECTION ALGORITHM
    Carolina Da Re, David Vetturi Alberto Borboni, Matteo Lancini, Simone Pasinetti
  4. ON THE ANALYSIS OF CYCLIC HUMAN MOVEMENT
    David Karpul
  5. OPTIMAL PATELLAR TENDON LENGTH IS GREATER FOR CROUCHED WALKING POSTURES
    Darryl G. Thelen, Michael H. Schwartz, Rachel L. Lenhart
  6. THE EFFECT OF MEDIAL AND LATERAL FOOT LOADING ON THE MEDIAL KNEE CONTACT FORCE DURING WALKING
    Georg Bergmann, Ines Kutzner, Jan Bornschein, Jörn Dymke, Verena Schwachmeyer
  7. VELOCITY PROFILES OF SPATIO-TEMPORAL GAIT PARAMETERS: COMPARISON OF TWO REGRESSION METHODS
    Clara Leyh, Jean-Philippe Leroy, Marcel Rooze, Veronique Feipel
  8. INFLUENCE OF LOAD AND VELOCITY IN GRADIENT WALKING STABILITY
    Andressa Paim, Henrique Bianchi Oliveira, Leonardo Alexandre Peyré-Tartaruga, Natalia Andrea Gomeñuka, Rodrigo Gomes da Rosa

Walking #3

  1. A NEW PERSPECTIVE ON THE WALKING MARGIN OF STABILITY
    Christopher J. Stanley, Diane L. Damiano, Kevin Terry
  2. COMPENSATORY STRATEGIES IN RESPONSE TO EXCESSIVE MUSCLE CO-CONTRACTION AT THE ANKLE DURING WALKING
    Elena M Gutierrez-Farewik, Ruoli Wang
  3. EVALUATION OF WALKING STABILITY BASED ON PLANTAR SKIN DEFORMATION MEASURED BY FEATURE POINTS
    Akira Obara, Hiroshi Mizoguchi, Hiroshi Takemura, Takayuki Shiina
  4. LONG-TERM MEASUREMENT OF FOOT PLACEMENT AND ITS VARIABILITY DURING WALKING
    Arthur D. Kuo, John R. Rebula, Lauro V. Ojeda, Peter G. Adamczyk
  5. SEQUENCE OF MAXIMUM ANKLE MUSCLE FORCE CONTRIBUTION DURING GAIT
    Andrzej Wit, Michalina Błażkiewicz
  6. THE CHANGES OF JOINTS KINEMATICS IN GAIT WITH ACTIVE SUPINATION OR PRONATION OF THE HINDFOOT - PRELIMINARY RESULTS
    Ivan Vareka, Miroslav Janura, Zdenek Svoboda
  7. WALKING AND GRASPING COMBINED: WALKING STABILITY IS AFFECTED BY ADDING DIFFICULTY IN THE GRASPING TASK
    Anamaria Siriani de Oliveira, Natalia Madalena Rinaldi, Renato Moraes
  8. AN AMBULATORY SYSTEM FOR KINEMATIC AND KINETIC ANALYSIS OF GAIT
    Hossein Rouhani, Julien Favre, Kamiar Aminian, Swati Chopra, Xavier Crevoisier