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Adams, Roger PhD

Physical Therapists' Ability to Predict Future Mobility After Spinal Cord Injury

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Avis, Alexandra BAppSc (Physiotherapy)

Physical Therapists' Ability to Predict Future Mobility After Spinal Cord Injury

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Barry, Joni G. PT, DPT, NCS

Therapy Incorporating a Dynamic Wrist-Hand Orthosis Versus Manual Assistance in Chronic Stroke: A Pilot Study

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Batty, Julia BAppSc (Physiotherapy)

Physical Therapists' Ability to Predict Future Mobility After Spinal Cord Injury

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Behrman, Andrea L. PT, PhD

Advancing Measurement of Locomotor Rehabilitation Outcomes to Optimize Interventions and Differentiate Between Recovery Versus Compensation

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Ben, Marsha BAppSc (Physiotherapy), MScMed

Physical Therapists' Ability to Predict Future Mobility After Spinal Cord Injury

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Bowden, Mark G. PT, PhD

Advancing Measurement of Locomotor Rehabilitation Outcomes to Optimize Interventions and Differentiate Between Recovery Versus Compensation

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Burns, Jeffrey M. MD, MS

Evidence of Altered Corticomotor System Connectivity in Early-Stage Alzheimer's Disease

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Chu, Jackie BAppSc (Physiotherapy)

Physical Therapists' Ability to Predict Future Mobility After Spinal Cord Injury

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Dlugonski, Deirdre BS

Combined Training Improves Walking Mobility in Persons With Significant Disability From Multiple Sclerosis: A Pilot Study

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Elliott, Jeannette PT

Combined Training Improves Walking Mobility in Persons With Significant Disability From Multiple Sclerosis: A Pilot Study

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

Reflecting on the Future

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Gregory, Chris M. PT, PhD

Advancing Measurement of Locomotor Rehabilitation Outcomes to Optimize Interventions and Differentiate Between Recovery Versus Compensation

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Harvey, Lisa A. BAppSc (Physiotherapy), GradDipAppSc (ExSpSc), MAppSc, PhD

Physical Therapists' Ability to Predict Future Mobility After Spinal Cord Injury

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Honea, Robyn A. DPhil

Evidence of Altered Corticomotor System Connectivity in Early-Stage Alzheimer's Disease

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Horak, Fay PT, PhD

Do Clinical Scales of Balance Reflect Turning Abnormalities in People With Parkinson's Disease?

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Kautz, Steven A. PhD

Advancing Measurement of Locomotor Rehabilitation Outcomes to Optimize Interventions and Differentiate Between Recovery Versus Compensation

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King, Laurie A. PT, PhD

Do Clinical Scales of Balance Reflect Turning Abnormalities in People With Parkinson's Disease?

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Loskutova, Natalia PhD

Evidence of Altered Corticomotor System Connectivity in Early-Stage Alzheimer's Disease

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Mancini, Martina PhD

Do Clinical Scales of Balance Reflect Turning Abnormalities in People With Parkinson's Disease?

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