Andrew Sawers
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Long-term training modifies the modular structure and organization of walking balance control
A Sawers, JL Allen, LH Ting
Journal of neurophysiology 114 (6), 3359-3373, 2015
Outcomes associated with the use of microprocessor-controlled prosthetic knees among individuals with unilateral transfemoral limb loss: a systematic review
AB Sawers, BJ Hafner
JPO: Journal of Prosthetics and Orthotics 25 (4S), P4-P40, 2013
Perspectives on human-human sensorimotor interactions for the design of rehabilitation robots
A Sawers, LH Ting
Journal of neuroengineering and rehabilitation 11, 1-13, 2014
Increased neuromuscular consistency in gait and balance after partnered, dance-based rehabilitation in Parkinson’s disease
JL Allen, JL McKay, A Sawers, ME Hackney, LH Ting
Journal of Neurophysiology 118 (1), 363-373, 2017
Beam walking can detect differences in walking balance proficiency across a range of sensorimotor abilities
A Sawers, LH Ting
Gait & posture 41 (2), 619-623, 2015
Individuals with transtibial limb loss use interlimb force asymmetries to maintain multi-directional reactive balance control
D Bolger, LH Ting, A Sawers
Clinical Biomechanics 29 (9), 1039-1047, 2014
Frequency and circumstances of falls reported by ambulatory unilateral lower limb prosthesis users: a secondary analysis
J Kim, MJ Major, B Hafner, A Sawers
PM&R 11 (4), 344-353, 2019
Small forces that differ with prior motor experience can communicate movement goals during human-human physical interaction
A Sawers, T Bhattacharjee, JL McKay, ME Hackney, CC Kemp, LH Ting
Journal of neuroengineering and rehabilitation 14, 1-13, 2017
Neuromuscular responses differ between slip-induced falls and recoveries in older adults
A Sawers, YC Pai, T Bhatt, LH Ting
Journal of neurophysiology 117 (2), 509-522, 2017
Beyond componentry: How principles of motor learning can enhance locomotor rehabilitation of individuals with lower limb loss-A review
A Sawers, ME Hahn, VE Kelly, JM Czerniecki, D Kartin
Journal of rehabilitation research and development 49 (10), 1431, 2012
Cervical spine motion in manual versus Jackson table turning methods in a cadaveric global instability model
MJ DiPaola, CP DiPaola, BP Conrad, MB Horodyski, G Del Rossi, ...
Clinical Spine Surgery 21 (4), 273-280, 2008
Validation of the narrowing beam walking test in lower limb prosthesis users
A Sawers, B Hafner
Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation 99 (8), 1491-1498. e1, 2018
Comparison of thoracolumbar motion produced by manual and Jackson-table-turning methods: study of a cadaveric instability model
CP DiPaola, MJ DiPaola, BP Conrad, MB Horodyski, G Del Rossi, ...
JBJS 90 (8), 1698-1704, 2008
Maintenance of bone mass and architecture in denning black bears (Ursus americanus)
CK Pardy, GR Wohl, PJ Ukrainetz, A Sawers, SK Boyd, RF Zernicke
Journal of Zoology 263 (4), 359-364, 2004
Issues affecting the level of prosthetics research evidence: Secondary analysis of a systematic review
BJ Hafner, AB Sawers
Prosthetics and orthotics international 40 (1), 31-43, 2016
Gradual training reduces practice difficulty while preserving motor learning of a novel locomotor task
A Sawers, ME Hahn
Human movement science 32 (4), 605-617, 2013
Trajectory of the center of rotation in non-articulated energy storage and return prosthetic feet
A Sawers, ME Hahn
Journal of biomechanics 44 (9), 1673-1677, 2011
The potential for error with use of inverse dynamic calculations in gait analysis of individuals with lower limb loss: a review of model selection and assumptions
AB Sawers, ME Hahn
JPO: Journal of Prosthetics and Orthotics 22 (1), 56-61, 2010
Effect of corneal cross-linking versus standard care on keratoconus progression in young patients: the KERALINK randomized controlled trial
DFP Larkin, K Chowdhury, JM Burr, M Raynor, M Edwards, SJ Tuft, ...
Ophthalmology 128 (11), 1516-1526, 2021
Comparing cervical spine motion with different halo devices in a cadaveric cervical instability model
CP DiPaola, A Sawers, BP Conrad, MB Horodyski, MJ DiPaola, ...
Spine 34 (2), 149-155, 2009
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