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Andy Kerr, PhD
Andy Kerr, PhD
University of Strathclyde< Biomedical Engineering
Verified email at strath.ac.uk - Homepage
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Frequency of the sit to stand task: an observational study of free-living adults
PM Dall, A Kerr
Applied ergonomics 41 (1), 58-61, 2010
2842010
Defining phases for the sit-to-walk movement
A Kerr, B Durward, KM Kerr
Clinical biomechanics 19 (4), 385-390, 2004
952004
The evaluation of an inexpensive, 2D, video based gait assessment system for clinical use
UC Ugbolue, E Papi, KT Kaliarntas, A Kerr, L Earl, VM Pomeroy, PJ Rowe
Gait & posture 38 (3), 483-489, 2013
942013
Validity of simple gait-related dual-task tests in predicting falls in community-dwelling older adults
J Muhaidat, A Kerr, JJ Evans, M Pilling, DA Skelton
Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation 95 (1), 58-64, 2014
732014
Timing phases of the sit-to-walk movement: validity of a clinical test
A Kerr, D Rafferty, KM Kerr, B Durward
Gait & Posture 26 (1), 11-16, 2007
682007
Does stroke location predict walk speed response to gait rehabilitation?
PS Jones, VM Pomeroy, J Wang, G Schlaug, S Tulasi Marrapu, S Geva, ...
Human brain mapping 37 (2), 689-703, 2016
672016
Physiotherapy for children with hypermobility syndrome
A Kerr, CE Macmillan, WS Uttley, RA Luqmani
Physiotherapy 86 (6), 313-317, 2000
502000
Daily and hourly frequency of the sit to stand movement in older adults: a comparison of day hospital, rehabilitation ward and community living groups
PM Grant, PM Dall, A Kerr
Aging clinical and experimental research 23 (5), 437-444, 2011
462011
A depth camera motion analysis framework for tele-rehabilitation: Motion capture and person-centric kinematics analysis
M Ye, C Yang, V Stankovic, L Stankovic, A Kerr
IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Signal Processing 10 (5), 877-887, 2016
442016
Functional strength training and movement performance therapy produce analogous improvement in sit-to-stand early after stroke: early-phase randomised controlled trial
A Kerr, A Clark, EV Cooke, P Rowe, VM Pomeroy
Physiotherapy 103 (3), 259-265, 2017
372017
The test–retest reliability of gait-related dual task performance in community-dwelling fallers and non-fallers
J Muhaidat, A Kerr, JJ Evans, DA Skelton
Gait & posture 38 (1), 43-50, 2013
372013
Human upper limb motion analysis for post-stroke impairment assessment using video analytics
C Yang, A Kerr, V Stankovic, L Stankovic, P Rowe, S Cheng
IEEE Access 4, 650-659, 2016
322016
Changes in the physical activity of acute stroke survivors between inpatient and community living with early supported discharge: an observational cohort study
A Kerr, P Rowe, D Esson, M Barber
Physiotherapy 102 (4), 327-331, 2016
302016
Measuring foot placement and clearance during stair descent
J Muhaidat, A Kerr, D Rafferty, DA Skelton, JJ Evans
Gait & posture 33 (3), 504-506, 2011
272011
Autonomous gait event detection with portable single-camera gait kinematics analysis system
C Yang, UC Ugbolue, A Kerr, V Stankovic, L Stankovic, B Carse, ...
Journal of Sensors 2016, 2016
252016
Measuring movement fluency during the sit-to-walk task
A Kerr, VP Pomeroy, PJ Rowe, P Dall, D Rafferty
Gait & posture 37 (4), 598-602, 2013
252013
Exploring gait-related dual task tests in community dwelling fallers and non-faller: A pilot study
Muhaidat, Kerr, Evans, Skelton
Physiotherapy Theory and Practice, 2013
242013
Specificity of recumbent cycling as a training modality for the functional movements; sit-to-stand and step-up
A Kerr, D Rafferty, F Moffat, G Morlan
Clinical biomechanics 22 (10), 1104-1111, 2007
242007
A randomized controlled evaluation of the efficacy of an ankle-foot cast on walking recovery early after stroke: SWIFT cast trial
VM Pomeroy, P Rowe, A Clark, A Walker, A Kerr, E Chandler, M Barber, ...
Neurorehabilitation and neural repair 30 (1), 40-48, 2016
232016
Supporting sit-to-stand rehabilitation using smartphone sensors and arduino haptic feedback modules
C O'Neil, MD Dunlop, A Kerr
Proceedings of the 17th International Conference on Human-Computer …, 2015
192015
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