Category: Applied Functional Science
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This study captured kinematic and kinetic data on 42 patients on 3 different occasions: pre-operatively, 6 weeks post-operatively, and 1 year post-operatively while climbing up and down stairs. This blog will focus on the data during ascent comparing the operated and non-operated limbs across the 3 data collection intervals.

 

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