Mobility in rehabilitation is highlighted through collaborative research across the discipline including:
Many of our mobility projects are conducted by students in the Masters of Clinical Rehabilitation program, and by Research Higher Degree students.
Orthotic and therapeutic effect of functional electrical stimulation on fatigue induced gait patterns in people with multiple sclerosis
Barr, C, Patritti, B, Bowes, R, Crotty, M and McLoughlin, J.V. (2016). Disability and Rehabilitation: Assistive Technology, 15(52) pp. 1-13.
Accuracy of the FitBit at walking speeds and cadences relevant to clinical rehabilitation populations
Singh, A, Farmer, C, van den Berg, M, Killington, M and Barr, C. (2016). Disability and Health Journal, 9(1) pp. 320-323.
Over ground walking and body weight supported walking improve mobility equally in cerebral palsy: A randomised controlled trial
Swe, N, Sendhilnnathan, S, van den Berg, M and Barr, C. (2015). Clinical Rehabilitation, 29(11) pp. 1108-1116.