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Kristin Musselman
Kristin Musselman
Scientist, Toronto Rehabilitation Institute; Assistant Professor, University of Toronto
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Physical function and health status among seniors with and without a fear of falling
B Brouwer, K Musselman, E Culham
Gerontology 50 (3), 135-141, 2004
2962004
Mixed exercise training for adults with fibromyalgia
J Bidonde, AJ Busch, CL Schachter, SC Webber, KE Musselman, ...
Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews 2019 (5), 1996
1511996
Training of walking skills overground and on the treadmill: case series on individuals with incomplete spinal cord injury
KE Musselman, K Fouad, JE Misiaszek, JF Yang
Physical therapy 89 (6), 601-611, 2009
1182009
Prevalence of ataxia in children: a systematic review
KE Musselman, CT Stoyanov, R Marasigan, ME Jenkins, J Konczak, ...
Neurology 82 (1), 80-89, 2014
1112014
Clinical significance testing in rehabilitation research: what, why, and how?
KE Musselman
Physical Therapy Reviews 12 (4), 287-296, 2007
1112007
Infant stepping: a window to the behaviour of the human pattern generator for walking
JF Yang, T Lam, MYC Pang, E Lamont, K Musselman, E Seinen
Canadian journal of physiology and pharmacology 82 (8-9), 662-674, 2004
1052004
Rehabilitation technologies and interventions for individuals with spinal cord injury: translational potential of current trends
KE Musselman, M Shah, J Zariffa
Journal of neuroengineering and rehabilitation 15, 1-8, 2018
882018
Spinal cord injury functional ambulation profile: a new measure of walking ability
K Musselman, K Brunton, T Lam, J Yang
Neurorehabilitation and neural repair 25 (3), 285-293, 2011
882011
Repetitive mass practice or focused precise practice for retraining walking after incomplete spinal cord injury? A pilot randomized clinical trial
JF Yang, KE Musselman, D Livingstone, K Brunton, G Hendricks, D Hill, ...
Neurorehabilitation and neural repair 28 (4), 314-324, 2014
852014
Training to achieve over ground walking after spinal cord injury: a review of who, what, when, and how
JF Yang, KE Musselman
The journal of spinal cord medicine 35 (5), 293-304, 2012
832012
Falls after spinal cord injury: a systematic review and meta-analysis of incidence proportion and contributing factors
A Khan, C Pujol, M Laylor, N Unic, M Pakosh, J Dawe, KE Musselman
Spinal Cord 57 (7), 526-539, 2019
822019
Physical therapists' use of functional electrical stimulation for clients with stroke: frequency, barriers, and facilitators
N Auchstaetter, J Luc, S Lukye, K Lynd, S Schemenauer, M Whittaker, ...
Physical therapy 96 (7), 995-1005, 2016
672016
Robot-assisted upper extremity rehabilitation for cervical spinal cord injuries: a systematic scoping review
H Singh, J Unger, J Zariffa, M Pakosh, S Jaglal, BC Craven, ...
Disability and Rehabilitation: Assistive Technology 13 (7), 704-715, 2018
632018
Gender-related differences in physical performance among seniors
K Musselman, B Brouwer
Journal of aging and physical activity 13 (3), 239-253, 2005
602005
Unique characteristics of motor adaptation during walking in young children
KE Musselman, SK Patrick, EVL Vasudevan, AJ Bastian, JF Yang
Journal of neurophysiology 105 (5), 2195-2203, 2011
482011
Validation of a commercial inertial sensor system for spatiotemporal gait measurements in children
JL Lanovaz, AR Oates, TT Treen, J Unger, KE Musselman
Gait & posture 51, 14-19, 2017
452017
Walking tasks encountered by urban-dwelling adults and persons with incomplete spinal cord injuries.
KE Musselman, JF Yang
Journal of rehabilitation medicine 39 (7), 567-574, 2007
452007
Lower extremity outcome measures: considerations for clinical trials in spinal cord injury
M Bolliger, AR Blight, EC Field-Fote, K Musselman, S Rossignol, ...
Spinal cord 56 (7), 628-642, 2018
382018
Falls, mobility, and physical activity after spinal cord injury: an exploratory study using photo-elicitation interviewing
KE Musselman, C Arnold, C Pujol, K Lynd, S Oosman
Spinal cord series and cases 4 (1), 39, 2018
382018
Loading the limb during rhythmic leg movements lengthens the duration of both flexion and extension in human infants
KE Musselman, JF Yang
Journal of neurophysiology 97 (2), 1247-1257, 2007
382007
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