Published in Women's Health Weekly, February 7th, 2008
"Here, we sought to determine the degree to which the assumption of sagittal plane symmetry was valid in unexpected falls after a trip, and to quantify the effects of asymmetrical upper extremity motion on impact kinematics and kinetics. The motion of eight healthy older women who fell after being unexpectedly tripped was quantified. Impact kinematics and kinetics of 36 adults who intentionally fell onto...
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