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Journal Articles & Research Papers

Barbeau, H, et al.  (1998)
  Walking After Spinal Cord Injury:  Control And Recovery
   

Neuro Scientist, 4(1):14-24
Biodex #91-119 

Barbeau, H, et al.  (1991)
  A Novel Interactive Locomotor Approach Using Body Weight Support To Retain Gait In Spastic Paretic Subjects
   

Wernig A (ed) Plasticity of Montoneuronal Connections
Amsterdam: Elsevier Science Publishers, 461-474
Biodex #91-166 (not available)   

Barbeau, H, et al.  (1992)
  New Experimental Approaches In The Treatment Of Spastic Gait Disorders
   

Med Sport Sci, 36:234-246
Biodex #91-167 (not available)   

Behrman, AL, et al. (2000)
  Locomotor Training After Human Spinal Cord Injury:  A Series Of Case Studies
   

Physical Therapy, 80(7):688-700
Biodex #91-174   

da Cunha, IT,  et al. (2002)
  Gait Outcomes After Acute Stroke Rehabilitation With Supported Treadmill Ambulation Training:  A Randomized Controlled Pilot Study
   

Arch Phys Med Rehab, 83:1258-1265
Biodex #92-238   

DeBruin, E, et al. (1999)
  Changes Of Tibia Bone Properties After Spinal Cord Injury:  Effects Of Early Intervention
   

Arch Phys Med Rehab, 80:214-220
Biodex #91-120  

Dobkin, B, et al. (1996)
  Recovery Of Locomotor Control
   

The Neurologist, 2(4):239-249
Biodex #91-168 (not available)   

Dobkin, B, et al.  (1992)
  Sensory Input During Treadmill Training Alters Rhythmic Locomotor EMG Output In Subjects With Complete Spinal Cord Injury
   

Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Society of Neuroscience - Anaheim, CA - 1403
Biodex #91-169 (not available)   

Dobkin, B, et al.  (1992)
  Training Induces Rhythmic Locomotor EMG Patterns In Subjects With Complete SCI
   

Neurology, 42(3) (Supp): 207-208
Biodex #91-170 (not available)   

Dobkin, B, et al.  (1995)
  Modulation Of Locomotor-Like EMG Activity In Subjects With Complete And Incomplete Spinal Cord Injury
   

J Neuro Rehab, 9(4):183-190
Biodex #91-171   

Finch, L, et al.  (1986)
  Hemiplegic Gait:  New Treatment Strategies
   

Physiotherapist, Canada, 38:36-41
Biodex #91-172  

Gard, SA, et al. (1999)
  The Influence Of Stance-Phase Knee Flexion On The Vertical Displacement Of The Trunk During Spinal Cord Injury:  A Single Subject Experimental Design
   

Arch Phys Med Rehab, 80:26-32
Biodex #91-121   

Gardner, M, et al. (1998)
  Partial Body Weight Support With Treadmill Locomotion To Improve Gait After Incomplete Spinal Cord Injury:  A Single Subject Experimental Design
   

Physical Therapy, 78:361-374
Biodex #91-122   

Hesse, S, et al. (1995)
  Treadmill Training With Partial Bodyweight Support Compared With Physiotherapy In Non Ambulatory Hemiparetic Patients
   

Stroke, 26(6):976-981
Biodex #91-162   

Hesse, S, et al.  (1999)
  Treadmill Walking With Partial Body Weight Support Versus Floor Walking In Hemiparetic Subjects
   

Arch Phys Med Rehab, 80:421-427
Biodex #91-123   

Hodgson, J, et al. (1994)
  Can The Ammalian Lumbar Spinal Cord Learn a Motor Task?
   

Med Sci Sports Exer, 26:1491-1497
Biodex #91-173

Hunter, DL, et al. (1994) 
  Energy Expenditure Of Below The Knee Amputees During Harness Supported Treadmill Ambulation
   

Platform Presentation - APTA, CSM
Biodex #91-124 

Hunter, DL, et al.  (1997)
  The Effects Of Harness Support On Lower Extremity Muscle Activity Of Able Bodied And Traumatic Brain Injured Subjects During Gait
   

Physical Therapy, 77 (Abstract)
Biodex #91-125

MacKay-Lyons, M, et al.  (2001)
  Effect Of 15% Body Weight Support On Exercise Capacity Of Adults Without Impairments
   

Physical Therapy, 81(11):1790-1800
Biodex #92-235

Malouin, F, et al. (1992)
  Use Of An Intensive Task-Oriented Gait Training Program In A Series Of Patients With Acute Cerebrovascular Accidents
   

Physical Therapy, 72(11):781-793
Biodex #91-157

Massion, J, et al.  (1988)
  Coordination Between Posture And Movement:  Why and How? 
   

NIPS, 3:88-93
Biodex #91-175 (not available)

Mulcare, JA, et al.  (1988)
  Physiological Responses During Unweighted Ambulation:  A Pilot Study
   

Physical Therapy, 78(5) (Abstract)
Biodex #91-126 

Norman, K, et al.  (1995)
  A Treadmill Apparatus And Harness Support For Evaluation And Rehabilitation Of Gait
   

Archives Phy Med Rehab, 76:772-778
Biodex #91-165

Schindl, MR, et al.  (2000)
  Treadmill Training With Partial Body Weight Support In Non-Ambulatory Patients With Cerebral Palsy
   

Arch Phys Med Rehab, 81:301-206
Biodex #91-181 

Simpson, S, et al. (1996)
  Unloaded Treadmill Training Therapy For Lumbar Disc Herniation Injury
   

J Athletic Training, 31(1):57-60
Biodex #91-128 

Sullivan, K, et al.  (2002)
  Step Training With Body Weight Support:  Effect Of The Treadmill Speed And Practice Paradigms On Poststroke Locomotor Recovery
   

Arch Phys Med Rehab, 83:683-691
Biodex #92-242

Svendsen, B  (1996)
  Treatment Of The Hemiplegic Patient:  New Strategies For Gait Training
   

Physical Therapy Prod, 32-34
Biodex #91-129 

Van Emmerik, R, et al. (1999)
  Identification Of Axial Rigidity During Locomotion In Parkinson's Disease
   

Arch Phys Med Rehab, 80:198-191
Biodex #91-131 

Visintin, M, et al.  (1998)
  A New Approach To Retain Gait In Stroke Patients Through Body Weight Support And Treadmill Stimulation
   

Stroke. 29:1122-1128
Biodex #91-130 

Werning, A, et al.  (1991)
  Improvement Of Walking In A Spinal Cord Injured Person After Treadmill Training
   

In:  Wernig A (ed.) Plasticity of Motoneuronal Connections
Amersterdam:  Elsevier Science Publishers:  475-485
Biodex #91-176 (not available) 


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