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Ashburn, Ann PhD

Postural Alignment Is Altered in People With Chronic Stroke and Related to Motor and Functional Performance

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Bhatt, Tanvi PT, PhD

A Cognitive-Balance Control Training Paradigm Using Wii Fit to Reduce Fall Risk in Chronic Stroke Survivors

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Bishop, Mark PhD

Defining the Clinically Meaningful Difference in Gait Speed in Persons With Parkinson Disease

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Brozgol, Marina PT

Dual-Task Training on a Treadmill to Improve Gait and Cognitive Function in Elderly Idiopathic Fallers

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Brumby, Victoria MSc

Postural Alignment Is Altered in People With Chronic Stroke and Related to Motor and Functional Performance

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Burnett, Malcolm MSc

Postural Alignment Is Altered in People With Chronic Stroke and Related to Motor and Functional Performance

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Deutsch, Judith E. PhD

High Metabolic Cost and Low Energy Expenditure for Typical Motor Activities Among Individuals in the Chronic Phase After Stroke

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Dorfman, Moran MPT

Dual-Task Training on a Treadmill to Improve Gait and Cognitive Function in Elderly Idiopathic Fallers

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Field-Fote, Edelle (Edee) PT, PhD, FAPTA; Editor-in-Chief

Saying What We Mean, and Meaning What We Say

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Gade, Venkata K. MS

High Metabolic Cost and Low Energy Expenditure for Typical Motor Activities Among Individuals in the Chronic Phase After Stroke

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Gorissen, Monique MSc

Postural Alignment Is Altered in People With Chronic Stroke and Related to Motor and Functional Performance

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Hass, Chris J. PhD

Defining the Clinically Meaningful Difference in Gait Speed in Persons With Parkinson Disease

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Hausdorff, Jeffrey M. PhD

Dual-Task Training on a Treadmill to Improve Gait and Cognitive Function in Elderly Idiopathic Fallers

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Herman, Talia MPT

Dual-Task Training on a Treadmill to Improve Gait and Cognitive Function in Elderly Idiopathic Fallers

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Horak, Fay B. PT, PhD

Effects of Amplitude Cueing on Postural Responses and Preparatory Cortical Activity of People With Parkinson Disease

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Jacobs, Jesse V. PhD

Effects of Amplitude Cueing on Postural Responses and Preparatory Cortical Activity of People With Parkinson Disease

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Kafri, Michal PhD

High Metabolic Cost and Low Energy Expenditure for Typical Motor Activities Among Individuals in the Chronic Phase After Stroke

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Malaty, Irene A. MD

Defining the Clinically Meaningful Difference in Gait Speed in Persons With Parkinson Disease

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McFarland, Nikolaus MD, PhD

Defining the Clinically Meaningful Difference in Gait Speed in Persons With Parkinson Disease

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Mirelman, Anat PhD

Dual-Task Training on a Treadmill to Improve Gait and Cognitive Function in Elderly Idiopathic Fallers

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