Items where Author is "James, DC"

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James, DC and Solan, MC and Mileva, KN (2018) Wide-pulse, high-frequency, low-intensity neuromuscular electrical stimulation has potential for targeted strengthening of an intrinsic foot muscle: a feasibility study. Journal of Foot and Ankle Research, 11 (16). p. 16. DOI

McCrum, C and Oberländer, KD and Epro, G and Krauss, P and James, DC and Reeves, ND and Karamanidis, K (2017) Loading rate and contraction duration effects on in vivo human Achilles tendon mechanical properties. Clinical Physiology and Functional Imaging. DOI

Jones, GD and James, DC and Thacker, M and Green, DA (2016) Sit-to-stand-and-walk from 120% knee height: A novel approach to assess dynamic postural control independent of lead-limb. Journal of Visualized Experiments, 2016 (114). DOI

Jones, GD and James, DC and Thacker, M and Jones, EJ and Green, DA (2016) Sit-to-walk and sit-to-stand-and-walk task dynamics are maintained during rising at an elevated seat-height independent of lead-limb in healthy individuals. Gait and Posture, 48 (July). 226 - 229. DOI

James, DC and Mileva, KN and Solan, MC (2015) 47 An acute session of high-frequency, low-intensity, wide-pulse electrical stimulation evokes fatigue adaptations in an intrinsic foot muscle. British Journal of Sports Medicine, 49 (Suppl). DOI

James, DC and Farmer, LJ and Sayers, JB and Cook, DP and Mileva, KN (2015) The biomechanical characteristics of wearing FitFlop™ sandals highlight significant alterations in gait pattern: a comparative study. Clinical Biomechanics, 30 (4). pp. 347-354. DOI

James, DC and Mileva, KN and Cook, DP (2014) Low-frequency accelerations over-estimate impact-related shock during walking. Journal of Electromyography and Kinesiology, 24 (2). pp. 264-270. DOI

James, DC and Chesters, T and Sumners, DP and Cook, DP and Green, DA and Mileva, KN (2012) Wide-pulse electrical stimulation to an intrinsic foot muscle induces acute functional changes in forefoot-rearfoot coupling behaviour during walking. International Journal of Sports Medicine, 34 (5). pp. 438-443. DOI

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