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Markerless gait analysis through a single camera and computer vision
Markerless gait analysis through a single camera and computer vision
Walking is one of the most common locomotion in daily living activities and provides vital information about an individual...
Human-in-the-loop optimization of rocker shoes via different cost functions during walking
Human-in-the-loop optimization of rocker shoes via different cost functions during walking
Bipedal walking is one of the most important skills of the human species (Simonsen, 2014). The foot–ankle system of humans...
Subject-specific material properties of the heel pad: An inverse finite element analysis
Subject-specific material properties of the heel pad: An inverse finite element analysis
Plantar soft tissue serves as a shock absorber and provides cushioning to deeper foot structures. Changes in the mechanica...
Impact of variations in swimming velocity on wake flow dynamics in human underwater undulatory swimming
Impact of variations in swimming velocity on wake flow dynamics in human underwater undulatory swimming
In competitive swimming, most swimmers utilize a propulsion technique known as Underwater Undulatory Swimming (UUS) in the...
Prepared for landing: A simple activation strategy scales muscle force to landing height
Prepared for landing: A simple activation strategy scales muscle force to landing height
In anticipation of impact during landing from hops, jumps, or falls, or to recover from perturbations during locomotion, a...
Shear shock wave injury in vivo: High frame-rate ultrasound observation and histological assessment
Shear shock wave injury in vivo: High frame-rate ultrasound observation and histological assessment
Traumatic brain injury (TBI) is a leading cause of death and long-term disability mainly among infants, young adults and t...
Effects of running skill and speed on limb coordination during submaximal and maximal sprinting
Effects of running skill and speed on limb coordination during submaximal and maximal sprinting
Humans and other legged animals meet locomotor challenges by modifying the frequency, amplitude, and segment interactions ...
Scapular motion during shoulder joint extension movement
Scapular motion during shoulder joint extension movement
Improving the hand-behind-back (HBB) motion in patients with shoulder joint disease is difficult, in addition to raising t...
Development of a head-weighted injury criterion for evaluation of multiple types of AIS 4+ injuries for vulnerable road users
Development of a head-weighted injury criterion for evaluation of multiple types of AIS 4+ injuries for vulnerable road users
Due to the lack of protection, vulnerable road users (VRUs) easily suffer head injuries caused by traffic accidents (Han e...
Biomechanical comparison of composite and cadaveric humeri models in experiments on operated humeral shaft fractures
Biomechanical comparison of composite and cadaveric humeri models in experiments on operated humeral shaft fractures
Composite bone models are often used for fracture studies because of availability, predictable properties and easy storage...
Association between fat and fat-free body mass indices on shock attenuation during running
Association between fat and fat-free body mass indices on shock attenuation during running
Available online 24 February 2024, 112025Author links open overlay panel, , , , AbstractHigh amplitudes of shock during ru...
Musculoskeletal model degrees of Freedom: Frontal plane constraints are hindering our understanding of human movement
Musculoskeletal model degrees of Freedom: Frontal plane constraints are hindering our understanding of human movement
Advanced techniques like musculoskeletal modeling and simulation have allowed researchers to identify mechanisms behind ha...
Biomechanical behavior of the lower limbs and of the joints when landing from different heights
Biomechanical behavior of the lower limbs and of the joints when landing from different heights
Landing from a jump is a challenging task as the downward movement of the center of mass of the body (CoM) of the particip...
Dynamic assessment of spine movement patterns using an RGB-D camera and deep learning
Dynamic assessment of spine movement patterns using an RGB-D camera and deep learning
Low back pain (LBP) is a prevalent musculoskeletal condition and is one of the primary contributors to global disability (...
Development of an implantable trapezium carpal bone replacement for measuring in vivo loads at the base of the thumb
Development of an implantable trapezium carpal bone replacement for measuring in vivo loads at the base of the thumb
Trapeziectomy (excision of the trapezium, the carpal bone at the base of the thumb, Fig. 1) is the most common surgical tr...
Agreement between a markerless and a marker-based motion capture systems for balance related quantities
Agreement between a markerless and a marker-based motion capture systems for balance related quantities
Balance studies have been conducted to understand the mechanisms that allow humans to maintain their balance in daily life...
Does crouch alter the effects of neuromuscular impairments on gait? A simulation study
Does crouch alter the effects of neuromuscular impairments on gait? A simulation study
Cerebral palsy (CP) is a motor disorder caused by a brain injury at or near the time of birth (Graham et al., 2016). This ...
Use of a factor analysis to assess biomechanical factors of American Sign Language in native and non-native signers
Use of a factor analysis to assess biomechanical factors of American Sign Language in native and non-native signers
American Sign Language (ASL) signers with at least one deaf or signing parent are considered native signers; signers with ...
Skin marker-based versus bone morphology-based coordinate systems of the hindfoot and forefoot
Skin marker-based versus bone morphology-based coordinate systems of the hindfoot and forefoot
Available online 18 February 2024, 112001Author links open overlay panel, , , , , , , , AbstractSegment coordinate systems...
Review of state-of-the-art micro and macro-bioreactors for the intervertebral disc
Review of state-of-the-art micro and macro-bioreactors for the intervertebral disc
Available online 19 February 2024, 111964Author links open overlay panel, AbstractLower back pain continues to be a global...
Influence of vortical structures on fibrin clot formation in cerebral aneurysms: A two-dimensional computational study
Influence of vortical structures on fibrin clot formation in cerebral aneurysms: A two-dimensional computational study
Thrombosis is an important contributor to cerebral aneurysm growth and progression. A number of sophisticated multiscale a...
Biomechanical analysis of complications following T10-Pelvis spinal fusion: A population based computational study
Biomechanical analysis of complications following T10-Pelvis spinal fusion: A population based computational study
Adult spinal deformity (ASD) is a spectrum of conditions that is increasingly prevalent across the world (Youssef et al., ...
Effect of midsole hardness and surface type cushioning on landing impact in heel-strike runners
Effect of midsole hardness and surface type cushioning on landing impact in heel-strike runners
About 37–56 % of runners suffer running injuries at least once during a year, and >50 % of running injuries result from...
The importance of foot posture when recording lower leg electromyography when walking in non-textured and textured foot orthoses
The importance of foot posture when recording lower leg electromyography when walking in non-textured and textured foot orthoses
Anatomical foot posture describes the variance in an individual’s overall foot shape, typically classified as pes planus (...
Strategies to optimise machine learning classification performance when using biomechanical features
Strategies to optimise machine learning classification performance when using biomechanical features
Available online 15 February 2024, 111998Author links open overlay panel, , , AbstractBuilding prediction models using bio...
Time-varying and speed-matched model for the evaluation of stroke-induced changes in ankle mechanics
Time-varying and speed-matched model for the evaluation of stroke-induced changes in ankle mechanics
Human can walk stably and adaptively in various environments, which is attributed to the regulating effect of the central ...