PhD thesis - Annemarie Laudanski This project aims to develop a monitoring system for high knee flexion postures within childcare settings based on movement (IMU) and muscle activity (EMG) data collected during simulated childcare related tasks within a laboratory setting.
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This project aims to develop a monitoring system for high knee flexion postures within occupational settings based on IMU and EMG data collected during simulated childcare postures within a laboratory setting.
This project aims to: 1) determine if deep muscles can be represented by proximal surface locations and 2) test the reliability of pressure measurement to a previous study during high flexion kneeling.
This project aimed to quantify the effects of different clubs and swing speeds on the knee joint for the current (modern) golf swing.
This project quantified the magnitude and location of pressure between the thigh and shank segments during high flexion kneeling. Data collection is complete and results of the study have been published in the Journal of Biomechanics.
This project aims to identify muscle synergies underlying lower limb activation patterns to provide insight into neuromechanical strategy.
This study investigated how prolonged kneeling exposures may influence knee joint laxity, mechanics, and neuromuscular measures.
This study investigated the effects of a kneeling exposure on the mechanics and knee joint proprioception during gait and high knee flexion transitions.
This study examined the potential cultural or anthropometric differences in high flexion postures.