Concurrent Session 3: Biomechanics and Gait

Date/Time: Friday, April 8, 2022 - 2:00 PM to 3:30 PM
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Gait Training in the Community
Markus A. Wimmer, PhD

Abstract(s):

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    IS HIP JOINT LOADING DURING WALKING ASSOCIATED WITH CARTILAGE DEFECT SEVERITY AND CAM MORPHOLOGY IN FOOTBALL PLAYERS WITH HIP AND GROIN PAIN?
    Kay Crossley, La Trobe University

    V-32
    MUSCLE FORCES DURING WEIGHTBEARING EXERCISES IN MEDIAL KNEE OSTEOARTHRITIS AND VARUS MALALIGNMENT: A CROSS-SECTIONAL STUDY
    Scott Christopher Starkey, DPT, B.Biomed, University of Melbourne

    V-33
    PREDICTING CHANGE IN KNEE CARTILAGE FROM INTERACTIONS OF CUMULATIVE LOADING WITH CARTILAGE TURNOVER BIOMARKERS: DATA FROM THE OSTEOARTHRITIS INITIATIVE
    Monica R. Maly, PT, PhD, University of Waterloo

    34
    ANGIOGENESIS AND ENDOTHELIAL DYSFUNCTION: SYNOVIAL VASCULAR PATHOLOGY IS ASSOCIATED WITH SURROGATE MEASURES OF KNEE LOAD DURING WALKING
    Mckenzie M. Carter, BSc, MSc(c), Western University

    V-35
    MACHINE LEARNING FOR ASSOCIATION OF WEARABLE-SENSOR DERIVED GAIT MEASURES WITH WORSENING KNEE PAIN OVER 2-YEARS: THE MULTICENTER OSTEOARTHRITIS STUDY
    Kathryn L. Bacon, PhD. MPH. BSCompE, Boston University School of Medicine

    V-36
    ASSOCIATION OF CHANGES IN GAIT BIOMECHANICS AFTER HIGH TIBIAL OSTEOTOMY WITH SUBSEQUENT TOTAL KNEE REPLACEMENT
    Codie A. Primeau, School of Physical Therapy - Western University

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