Thomas George Hornby
Thomas George Hornby
Indiana University School of Medicine
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Multicenter randomized clinical trial evaluating the effectiveness of the Lokomat in subacute stroke
J Hidler, D Nichols, M Pelliccio, K Brady, DD Campbell, JH Kahn, ...
Neurorehabilitation and neural repair 23 (1), 5-13, 2009
Effectiveness of automated locomotor training in patients with chronic incomplete spinal cord injury: a multicenter trial
M Wirz, DH Zemon, R Rupp, A Scheel, G Colombo, V Dietz, TG Hornby
Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation 86 (4), 672-680, 2005
Observation of amounts of movement practice provided during stroke rehabilitation
CE Lang, JR MacDonald, DS Reisman, L Boyd, TJ Kimberley, ...
Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation 90 (10), 1692-1698, 2009
Enhanced gait-related improvements after therapist-versus robotic-assisted locomotor training in subjects with chronic stroke: a randomized controlled study
TG Hornby, DD Campbell, JH Kahn, T Demott, JL Moore, HR Roth
Stroke 39 (6), 1786-1792, 2008
Robotic-assisted, body-weight–supported treadmill training in individuals following motor incomplete spinal cord injury
TG Hornby, DH Zemon, D Campbell
Physical therapy 85 (1), 52-66, 2005
Metabolic costs and muscle activity patterns during robotic-and therapist-assisted treadmill walking in individuals with incomplete spinal cord injury
JF Israel, DD Campbell, JH Kahn, TG Hornby
Physical therapy 86 (11), 1466-1478, 2006
Locomotor training improves daily stepping activity and gait efficiency in individuals poststroke who have reached a “plateau” in recovery
JL Moore, EJ Roth, C Killian, TG Hornby
Stroke 41 (1), 129-135, 2010
A physiologically based clinical measure for spastic reflexes in spinal cord injury
EN Benz, TG Hornby, RK Bode, RA Scheidt, BD Schmit
Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation 86 (1), 52-59, 2005
Importance of specificity, amount, and intensity of locomotor training to improve ambulatory function in patients poststroke
T George Hornby, DS Straube, CR Kinnaird, CL Holleran, AJ Echauz, ...
Topics in stroke rehabilitation 18 (4), 293-307, 2011
Allowing intralimb kinematic variability during locomotor training poststroke improves kinematic consistency: a subgroup analysis from a randomized clinical trial
MD Lewek, TH Cruz, JL Moore, HR Roth, YY Dhaher, TG Hornby
Physical therapy 89 (8), 829-839, 2009
Gait training strategies utilized in poststroke rehabilitation: are we really making a difference?
R Bogey, T George Hornby
Topics in stroke rehabilitation 14 (6), 1-8, 2007
Windup of flexion reflexes in chronic human spinal cord injury: a marker for neuronal plateau potentials?
TG Hornby, WZ Rymer, EN Benz, BD Schmit
Journal of neurophysiology 89 (1), 416-426, 2003
A cable-driven locomotor training system for restoration of gait in human SCI
M Wu, TG Hornby, JM Landry, H Roth, BD Schmit
Gait & posture 33 (2), 256-260, 2011
Feasibility of high-repetition, task-specific training for individuals with upper-extremity paresis
KJ Waddell, RL Birkenmeier, JL Moore, TG Hornby, CE Lang
American Journal of Occupational Therapy 68 (4), 444-453, 2014
Clinical and quantitative evaluation of robotic-assisted treadmill walking to retrain ambulation after spinal cord injury
G Hornby, D Campbell, D Zemon, J Kahn
Topics in Spinal Cord Injury Rehabilitation 11 (2), 1-17, 2005
Extrinsic flexor muscles generate concurrent flexion of all three finger joints
DG Kamper, TG Hornby, WZ Rymer
Journal of biomechanics 35 (12), 1581-1589, 2002
Serotonin affects movement gain control in the spinal cord
K Wei, JI Glaser, L Deng, CK Thompson, IH Stevenson, Q Wang, ...
Journal of Neuroscience 34 (38), 12690-12700, 2014
Rapid and long-term adaptations in gait symmetry following unilateral step training in people with hemiparesis
JH Kahn, TG Hornby
Physical therapy 89 (5), 474-483, 2009
Variable intensive early walking poststroke (VIEWS) a randomized controlled trial
TG Hornby, CL Holleran, PW Hennessy, AL Leddy, M Connolly, ...
Neurorehabilitation and neural repair 30 (5), 440-450, 2016
Feasibility and potential efficacy of high-intensity stepping training in variable contexts in subacute and chronic stroke
CL Holleran, DD Straube, CR Kinnaird, AL Leddy, TG Hornby
Neurorehabilitation and neural repair 28 (7), 643-651, 2014
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