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To improve neuromuscular control about the minor axes of the knee to prevent knee injuries or to reduce/rehabilitate knee injuries in subjects with existing knee injuries using a novel pivoting/sliding elliptical machine.
This study is being done to find out how upper limb muscle coordination (how shoulder and elbow muscles work together) is affected following stroke.
Sub-acute stroke research, non-invasive brain stimulation, arm and hand occupational therapy
To determine how walking velocity affects limb movement and muscle activation patterns during walking in individuals with stroke and clinically identifiable hip circumduction.
To investigate motor learning and how it plays a role in the way people control their movements. This study will help us understand how the nervous system learns to control its movements in new environments.
What are the differences in axon excitability between participants with ALS and healthy individuals, and what are the associations between axon excitability, fasciculations, and functional measures (i.e., strength)?
To determine the effect of MCL injury on reflex based muscle contractions at the knee.
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