In Vivo Evidence of Early Instability and Late Stabilization in Motion Segments Immediately Superior to Anterior Cervical Arthrodesis. Chen S, LeVasseur C, Pitcairn S, Munsch M, Couch B, Kanter A, Okonkwo D, Shaw J, Donaldson W, Lee J, Anderst W.
In Vivo Changes in Dynamic Adjacent Segment Motion One Year After One and Two-Level Cervical Arthrodesis. LeVasseur C, Pitcairn S, Okonkwo S, Kanter A, Shaw J, Donaldson W, Lee J, Anderst W.
Implant Characteristics Affect In Vivo Shoulder Kinematics During Multiplanar Functional Motions After Reverse Shoulder Arthroplasty. Como C, LeVasseur C, Kane G, Rai A, Munsch M, Gabrielli A, Hughes J, Anderst W, Lin A
The effects of pathology and one-level versus two-level arthrodesis on cervical spine intervertebral helical axis of motion. LeVasseur C, Pitcairn S, Shaw J, Donaldson W, Lee J, Anderst W.
Residual limb shear strain during gait is correlated with patient reported outcomes for persons with transfemoral amputation. Gale T, Yang S, McGough R, Fielder G, Anderst W.
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Symmetry and Sex Differences in Knee Kinematics and ACL Elongation in Healthy Collegiate Athletes During High Impact Activities Revealed Through Dynamic Biplane Radiography. Nishida K, Xu C, Gale T, Anderst W, Fu F.
Improved outcomes following arthroscopic superior capsular reconstruction may not be associated with changes in shoulder kinematics: an in vivo study. Kane G, LeVasseur C, Hughes J, Gabrielli A, Popchak A, Anderst W, Lin A.
Surgery Related Factors Do Not Affect Short Term Adjacent Segment Kinematics After Anterior Cervical Arthrodesis. Chen S, LeVasseur C, Pitcairn S, Kanter S, Okonkwo D, Shaw J, Donaldson W, Lee J, Anderst W.
The Biodynamics Lab will be part of a project funded by NIH Grant #U19AR076725. HEALing LB3P: Profiling Biomechanical, Biological and Behavioral phenotypes Read more about the project here.