William Z. Rymer

Life Member, IEEE. A. B. W. is with Department of Physical Therapy and Human Movement Sciences and Department of Biomedical Engineering, Northwestern University. ---- Arms and Hands Lab, Shirley Ryan AbilityLab, Chicago, IL, USA

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Use of Pelvic Corrective Force With Visual Feedback Improves Paretic Leg Muscle Activities and Gait Performance After Stroke
     The purpose of this study was to examine the effects of combined pelvic corrective force and visual feedback during treadmill walking on paretic leg muscle activity and gait characteristics in individuals with post-stroke hemiparesis. Fifteen chronic stroke participants completed visual... Read more
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Shear Waves Reveal Viscoelastic Changes in Skeletal Muscles after Hemispheric Stroke
    We investigated alterations in material properties such as elasticity and viscoelasticity of stroke-affected muscles using ultrasound induced shear waves and mechanical models. We used acoustic radiation force to generate shear waves along fascicles of biceps muscles and measured their propagation... Read more