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Impact of post-discharge habit training of self care skills on independence, caregiver burden, and development of automaticity for survivors of recent stroke
Comparison of the effect of upper body ergometer aerobic training vs. treadmill training on walking distance in patients with claudication. Influence of central cardiorespiratory improvement. A randomized controlled study
Does post-acute care placement affect outcomes for total hip replacement patients?
Cultural competence in occupational therapy: The client experience
The biological control of multi-joint arm movements: Insights from experimental and simulation data
Fear of falling and disability trajectories in community-dwelling older women
Movement control and cortical activation in functional ankle instability
Influence of intermittent visual deprivation on knee movement trajectories following ACL reconstruction in females
Poststroke depression and functional outcome: A pattern of change
International sojourns and acquired disabilities as intercultural experiences: A journey of personal transformation
Shoulder joint and muscle exposure in violin musicians: A three-dimensional kinematic and electromyographic exposure variation analysis
Spasticity over time: Patient and examiner perspectives
Is metamemory implicit? Evidence of priming and antipriming in individuals with and without traumatic brain injury
Study of scapular muscle latency, shoulder kinematics and muscle activity in people with and without shoulder impingement
Predictors for participation in a cardiac rehabilitation program feasibility study
A clinical and biomechanical profile of female athletes with and without patellofemoral pain
Experiences of physical therapists not-knowing during international service-learning work
Evoked human cutaneous reflexes during standing and step initiation
Enhancement of learning: Does sleep benefit motor skill memory consolidation?
Effects of Occupational Therapy Task-Oriented Approach in Upper Extremity Post-Stroke Rehabilitation
Hallux Valgus: A Kinematic Study
Movement Velocity Effect on Cortical Reorganization and Finger Function in Stroke
Pathophysiology of adductor spasmodic dysphonia: A TMS study
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