Stroke & FES / Gait Journal Club
Every OTHER Monday 2:00 -3:00  PT Conference Room
Archives: Summer 04
Date/location Topic
FALL 2004
Monday
9/20/04
2:00
PT Conference Room
FES
  • Postans NJ, Hasler JP, Granat MH, Maxwell DJ. Functional electric stimulation to augment partial weight-bearing supported treadmill training for patients with acute incomplete spinal cord injury: A pilot study.  Arch Phys Med Rehabil. 2004 Apr;85(4):604-10.

  • Olney SJ, Richards C.  Hemiplegic Gait Following Stroke - Part 1 - Characetristics.  Gait and Posture 1996:4:136-48.
Monday  10/4/04
2:00 PT Conference 
Room
FES
  • Alon, Gad.  Use of neuromuscular electrical stimulation in neureorehabilitation: A challenge to all.  GUEST EDITORIAL Journal of Rehabilitation Research and Development  November/December 2003, Vol. 40, No. 6 p. xi.
  • Taylor PN, Burridge JH, Dunkerley AL, Wood DE, Norton JA, Singleton C, Swain ID Clinical use of the Odstock dropped foot stimulator: its effect on the speed and effort of walking. Arch Phys Med Rehabil. 1999 Dec;80(12):1577-83
  • Kottink AI, Oostendorp LJ, Buurke JH, Nene AV, Hermens HJ, IJzerman MJ.  The orthotic effect of functional electrical stimulation on the improvement of walking in stroke patients with a dropped foot: a systematic review. Artif Organs. 2004 Jun;28(6):577-86.
Monday 10/18/04
2:00 PT Conference 
Room
Gait Retraining after Stroke
  • Alexander S. Aruin, PhD; Tim Hanke, PT; Gouri Chaudhuri, MD; Richard Harvey, MD; Noel Rao, MD.   Compelled weightbearing in persons with hemiparesis following stroke: The effect of a lift insert and goal-directed balance exercise.  J Rehabil Res Dev 37 No. 1, January/February 2000
  • Stefan Hesse, MD and Dietmar Uhlenbrock, PhD  A mechanized gait trainer for restoration of gait.  Journal of Rehabilitation Research and Development Vol. 37 No. 6, November/December 2000 pps. 701-8
Monday 11/1/04
2:00 PT Conference Room
Cancelled
Monday 11/15/04
2:00 PT Conference 
Room
Neurophysiology of Rehab and FES
  • D. N. Rushton.  Functional Electrical Stimulation and rehabilitation—an hypothesis  • SHORT COMMUNICATION. Medical Engineering and Physics 2003:25(1);75-8.
  • Liepert J, Bauder H, Wolfgang HR, Miltner WH, Taub E, Weiller C.  Treatment-induced cortical reorganization after stroke in humans. Stroke. 2000 Jun;31(6):1210-6.
  • Knash ME, Kido A, Gorassini M, Chan KM, Stein RB.  Electrical stimulation of the human common peroneal nerve elicits lasting facilitation of cortical motor-evoked potentials.  Exp Brain Res. 2003 Dec;153(3):366-77
Monday 11/29/04
2:00 
PT Conference
Room
Identifying Gait Events
  • P. H. Veltink, P. Slycke, J. Hemssems, R. Buschman, G. Bultstra and H. Hermens.  Three dimensional inertial sensing of foot movements for automatic tuning of a two-channel implantable drop-foot stimulator Med Eng Phys. 2003 Jan;25(1):21-28.
  • Hansen M, Haugland MK, Sinkjaer T.  Evaluating robustness of gait event detection based on machine learning and natural sensors.  IEEE Trans Neural Syst Rehabil Eng. 2004 Mar;12(1):81-8.
Monday 12/13/04
2:00 
PT Conference
Room
Neurophysiology of Rehab and FES
  • Darrin R. McKay, Michael C. Ridding, Philip D. Thompson, Timothy S. Miles.  Induction of persistent changes in the organisation of the human motor cortex.  Experimental Brain Research 2002;143(3): 342 - 349 
  • McKay, Darrin 1; Brooker, Raylene 1; Giacomin, Paul 1; Ridding, Michael 1 2; Miles, Timothy 1.  Time course of induction of increased human motor cortex excitability by nerve stimulation.  Neuroreport. 13(10):1271-1273, July 19, 2002.
TBA Robot Assisted Rehab
  • Hesse S, Schmidt H, Werner C, Bardeleben A.  Upper and lower extremity robotic devices for rehabilitation and for studying motor control. Curr Opin Neurol. 2003 Dec;16(6):705-10. 
  • Hesse S. Locomotor therapy in neurorehabilitation.  NeuroRehabilitation. 2001;16(3):133-9.
  • Charles G. Burgar, MD; Peter S. Lum, PhD; Peggy C. Shor, OTR; H.F. Machiel Van der Loos, PhD.  Development of robots for rehabilitation therapy: The Palo Alto VA/Stanford experience. Journal of Rehabilitation Research and Development

  • Vol. 37 No. 6, November/December 2000.   pps. 663-74.
Jan 24, 2005 TBA