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Journal Articles & Research Papers

Barbeau, H, et al. (1999)
  Walking After Spinal Cord Injury:  Evaluation, Treatment, And Functional Recovery
   

Arch Phys Med Rehab, 80:225-235
Biodex #91-132 

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   

Bond, JM, et al.  (2000)
  Goal-Directed Secondary Motor Tasks:  Their Effects On Gait In Subjects With Parkinson's Disease
   

Arch Phys Med Rehab, 81
Biodex #91-149   

Brouwer, B  (2000)
  Stroke Survivors Benefit From Strength Training 
   

Biomechanics
Biodex #91-147   

Chiu, CC, et al.  (2000)
  Influencing Factors And Ambulation Outcome In Patients With Dual Disabilities Of Hemiplegia And Amputation
   

Arch Phys Med Rehab, 81
Biodex #91-144   

Dean, CM, et al.  (1997) 
  Task-Related Training Improves Performance Of Seated Reaching Tasks After Stroke
   

Stroke, 28(4):722-728
Biodex #91-155  

Friedman, PJ  (1990)
  Gait Recovery After Hemiplegic Stroke
   

Int Disabil Stud, 12(3):119-122
Biodex #91-158   

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

Phys Ther, 78:361-374
Biodex #91-122   

Goldie, PA, et al.  (1996)
  Deficit And Change In Gait Velocity During Rehabilitation After Stroke
   

Arch Phys Med Rehab, 77:1074-1082
Biodex #91-142   

Goldie, PA, et al.  (1999)
  Prediction Of Gait Velocity In Ambulatory Stroke Patients During Rehabilitation
   

Arch Phys Med Rehab, 80:415-420
Biodex #92-215   

Hesse, S, et al.  (1995) 
  Restoration Of Gait By Combined Treadmill Training And Multichannel Electrical Stimulation In Non-Ambulatory Hemiparetic Patients
   

Scand J Rehab Med, 27(4):119-204
Biodex #91-159  

Hesse, S, et al.  (1994)
  Restoration Of Gait In Non-Ambulatory Hemiparetic Patients By Treadmill Training With Partial Body-Weight Support
   

Arch Phys Med Rehab, 75(10):1087-1093
Biodex #91-177   

Hesse, S, et al.  (1997)
  Asymmetry Of Gait Initiation In Hemiparetic Stroke Subjects
   

Arch Phys Med Rehab, 78:719-724
Biodex #91-156   

KUAN, TS, et al.  (1999)
  Hemiplegic Gait Of Stroke Patients:  The Effect Of Using A Cane
   

Arch Phys Med Rehab, 80
Biodex #91-145   

Laufer, Y, et al.  (2001)
  The Effect Of Treadmill Training On The Ambulation Of Stroke Survivors In The Early Stages Of Rehabilitation
   

J of Rehab Research and Dev, 38(1)
Biodex #93-190   

Macko, RF, et al.  (1997)
  Treadmill Aerobic Exercise Training Reduces The Energy Expenditure And Cardiovascular Demands Of Hemiparetic Gait In Chronic Stroke Patients
   

Stroke, 28(2):326-330
Biodex #91-153 

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 

Morris, ME, et al. (1996)
  Stride Length Regulation In Parkinson's Disease Normalization Strategies And Underlying Mechanisms 
   

Oxford Univ Press / Brain, 119:551-568
Biodex #91-150

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

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

Nadeau, S, et al.  (1999)
  Analysis Of The Clinical Factors Determining Natural And Maximal Gait Speeds In Adults With A Stroke
   

American J of Phys Med & Rehab, 78(2):123-130
Biodex #91-154 

Niam, S, et al. (1999)
  Balance And Physical Impairments After Stroke
   

Arch Phys Med Rehab, 8:1227-1232
Biodex #91-143 

Reynolds, NC, et al. (1999)
  Analysis Of Gait Abnormalties In Huntington Disease
   

Arch Phys Med Rehab, 80:59-65
Biodex #91-137 

Roth, EJ, et al. (1997)
  Hemiplegic Gait - Relationshiops Between Walking Speed And Other Temporal Parameters
   

CME Article, 6:128-133
Biodex #91-152 

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

Arch Phys Med Rehab, 81:301-306
Biodex #91-181 

Sekiya, N, et al.  (1997)
  Optimal Walking In Terms Of Variability In Step Length
   

JOSPT, 26(5): 266-272
Biodex #92-208

Sharp, SA, et al. (1997)
  Isokinetic Strength Training Of The Hemiparetic Knee:  Effects On Function And Spasticity
   

Arch Phys Med Rehab, 78:1231-1236
Biodex #91-148 

Stamer, MH  (1997)
  Treating Gait Dysfunction In Kids With CP
   

Advance for Directors in Rehabilitation, 59-62
Biodex #91-133 

Suzuki, K, et al.  (1990)
  Determinants Of Maximum Walking Speed In Hemiparetic Stroke Patients
   

Tohoku J Exp Med, 162(4):337-344, Dec 1990
Biodex #91-161

Suzuki, K, et al.  (1999)
  Determinants And Predictors Of The Maximum Walking Speed During Computer-Assisted Gait Training In Hemiparetic Stroke Patients
   

Arch Phys Med Rehab, 80:179-182
Biodex #91-139 

Suzuki, K, et al.  (1999)
  Relationship Between Stride Length And Walking Rate In Gait Training For Hemipareitc Stroke Patients
   

CME Article, 6: 147-152
Biodex #91-151 

Teixeira-Salmela, LF, et al.  (1999)
  Muscle Strengthening And Physical Conditioning To Reduce Impairment And Disability In Chronic Stroke Survivors
   

Arch Phys Med Rehab, 80
Biodex #91-146 

U.S. Dept. of Health & Human Resources (1995)
  Post-Stroke Rehabilitation:  Assessment, Referral And Patient Management
   

Quick Reference Guide for Clinicians:  No. 16
Biodex #91-141

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 

Waagfjord, J, et al.  (1990)
  Effects Of Treadmill Training On Gait In A Hemiparetic Patient
   

Phys Ther, 70(9):549-558, discussion 558-560
Biodex #91-160 

Whittle, MW  (1996)
  Gait Analysis - An Introduction (2nd Edition)
   

ISBN 0 7506 2222 9
Butterworth-Heineann / Linacre House / Jordan Hill / Oxford OX2 8DP
div of Reed Education & Professional Publishing Ltd.
Biodex #92-233

Wolff, M, et al.   (1998)
  Beyond Stride - Other Considerations When Deciphering Gait Of People With Amputation
   

Advance for Physical Therapists, 28-32
Biodex #91-140

Retro-Walking
Threlkeld, AJ, et al. (1989).  
  Kinematics, Ground Reaction Force, And Muscle Balance Produced By Backward Running
   

JOSPT, 11:56-63
Biodex #93-277

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