Samuel, D., Hood, V. and Rowe, P.J.
An investigation into knee muscle strength through joint range and functional moments produced during chair rise in older adults. [In: Proceedings of SRR, pp.639-640].
Clinical Rehabilitation, 20, (7), . (doi:10.1191/0269215506cr989ab).
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Background: The ability to perform a chair rise is an
important physical function and is a precursor for many
mobility functions. Biomechanically, rising from a chair
is observed to be a highly demanding task for older
adults. Hence, the relationship between knee extensor
strength and functional moments produced during
chair rise was investigated in a large sample of older
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