Kara Patterson
Kara Patterson
Assistant Professor, University of Toronto; scientist Toronto Rehab - UHN
Verified email at utoronto.ca - Homepage
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Gait asymmetry in community-ambulating stroke survivors
KK Patterson, I Parafianowicz, CJ Danells, V Closson, MC Verrier, ...
Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation 89 (2), 304-310, 2008
4932008
Evaluation of gait symmetry after stroke: a comparison of current methods and recommendations for standardization
KK Patterson, WH Gage, D Brooks, SE Black, WE McIlroy
Gait & posture 31 (2), 241-246, 2010
4672010
Association between gait asymmetry and brain lesion location in stroke patients
LD Alexander, SE Black, KK Patterson, F Gao, CJ Danells, WE McIlroy
Stroke 40 (2), 537-544, 2009
1592009
Changes in gait symmetry and velocity after stroke: a cross-sectional study from weeks to years after stroke
KK Patterson, WH Gage, D Brooks, SE Black, WE McIlroy
Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair 24 (9), 783-790, 2010
1332010
Relationship between asymmetry of quiet standing balance control and walking post-stroke
J Hendrickson, KK Patterson, EL Inness, WE McIlroy, A Mansfield
Gait & Posture 39 (1), 177-181, 2014
1322014
Does perturbation-based balance training prevent falls? Systematic review and meta-analysis of preliminary randomized controlled trials
A Mansfield, JS Wong, J Bryce, S Knorr, KK Patterson
Physical therapy 95 (5), 700-709, 2015
1132015
Gait symmetry and velocity differ in their relationship to age
KK Patterson, NK Nadkarni, SE Black, WE McIlroy
Gait & posture 35 (4), 590-594, 2012
952012
Longitudinal changes in poststroke spatiotemporal gait asymmetry over inpatient rehabilitation
KK Patterson, A Mansfield, L Biasin, K Brunton, EL Inness, WE McIlroy
Neurorehabilitation and neural repair 29 (2), 153-162, 2015
702015
Changes in spatiotemporal gait variables over time during a test of functional capacity after stroke
KM Sibley, A Tang, KK Patterson, D Brooks, WE McIlroy
Journal of neuroengineering and rehabilitation 6 (1), 27, 2009
582009
Dance for the rehabilitation of balance and gait in adults with neurological conditions other than Parkinson's disease: A systematic review
KK Patterson, JS Wong, EC Prout, D Brooks
Heliyon 4 (3), e00584, 2018
182018
The relationship of plantar cutaneous sensation and standing balance post-stroke
SL Parsons, A Mansfield, EL Inness, KK Patterson
Topics in stroke rehabilitation 23 (5), 326-332, 2016
152016
Knee loading patterns of the non-paretic and paretic legs during post-stroke gait
S Marrocco, LD Crosby, IC Jones, RF Moyer, TB Birmingham, ...
Gait & posture 49, 297-302, 2016
142016
Gait asymmetry post-stroke
KK Patterson
132010
A dance program to improve gait and balance in individuals with chronic stroke: a feasibility study
KK Patterson, JS Wong, TU Nguyen, D Brooks
Topics in stroke rehabilitation 25 (6), 410-416, 2018
122018
Mixture-model clustering of pathological gait patterns
E Dolatabadi, A Mansfield, KK Patterson, B Taati, A Mihailidis
IEEE journal of biomedical and health informatics 21 (5), 1297-1305, 2016
92016
Conceptualizing movement by expert Bobath instructors in neurological rehabilitation
J Vaughan‐Graham, K Patterson, K Zabjek, CA Cott
Journal of evaluation in clinical practice 23 (6), 1153-1163, 2017
82017
Arthritis and associated limitations in community-dwelling Canadians living with stroke
KK Patterson, S Kathryn M
BMC Neurology 16, 114, 2016
72016
Oxyhemoglobin changes in the prefrontal cortex in response to cognitive tasks: a systematic review
LV Bonetti, SA Hassan, ST Lau, LT Melo, T Tanaka, KK Patterson, ...
International Journal of Neuroscience 129 (2), 194-202, 2019
52019
Rhythm perception and production abilities and their relationship to gait after stroke
KK Patterson, JS Wong, S Knorr, JA Grahn
Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation 99 (5), 945-951, 2018
52018
A retrospective analysis of post-stroke Berg Balance Scale scores: how should normal and at-risk scores be interpreted?
KK Patterson, E Inness, WE McIlroy, A Mansfield
Physiotherapy Canada 69 (2), 142-149, 2017
52017
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