We investigate the associations (and related factors) between movement patterns, joint health, and overall health in populations with or at-risk of knee or hip osteoarthritis. Understanding these associations enables us to develop targeted interventions that may reduce the risk of onset or progression of osteoarthritis in at-risk individuals.
Examples of our research include:
- Role of thigh muscle size and adiposity in knee osteoarthritis
- Association of walking mechanics and knee cartilage health
- Estimates of knee contact forces during walking in individuals with knee osteoarthritis
- Neuromuscular control in people with knee osteoarthritis
- Walking mechanics and hip joint health
- Movement patterns in femoroacetabular impingement (FAI)
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