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overview Dr. Christiansen is a Professor in Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, Physical Therapy Program. His research focuses on applying rehabilitation science to optimize functional movement outcomes for older adults with a variety of health conditions, with a particular focus on lower-limb amputation. Other clinical research areas for Dr. Christiansen include exercise and physical activity for people with Parkinson disease and total joint arthroplasty. He teaches within the Doctor of Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Science programs, with expertise in Movement Science.

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Academic Article Measuring movement symmetry using tibial-mounted accelerometers for people recovering from total knee arthroplasty.
Academic Article Effects of Weight-Bearing Biofeedback Training on Functional Movement Patterns Following Total Knee Arthroplasty: A Randomized Controlled Trial.
Academic Article Effects of neuromuscular reeducation on hip mechanics and functional performance in patients after total hip arthroplasty: A case series.
Academic Article Identification of trunk and pelvis movement compensations in patients with transtibial amputation using angular momentum separation.
Academic Article Separation of rotational and translational segmental momentum to assess movement coordination during walking.
Academic Article Ertl and Non-Ertl amputees exhibit functional biomechanical differences during the sit-to-stand task.
Academic Article Biomechanical compensations of the trunk and lower extremities during stepping tasks after unilateral transtibial amputation.
Academic Article Trunk movement compensations and corresponding core muscle demand during step ambulation in people with unilateral transtibial amputation.
Grant Movement pattern biofeedback training after total knee arthroplasty
Academic Article Movement pattern biofeedback training after total knee arthroplasty: Randomized clinical trial protocol.
Academic Article Trunk and pelvis movement compensation in people with multiple sclerosis: Relationships to muscle function and gait performance outcomes.
Academic Article Movement asymmetry during low and high demand mobility tasks after dysvascular transtibial amputation.
Academic Article Movement compensations during a step ascent task are associated with stair climbing performance in people with multiple sclerosis.
Academic Article Trunk movement compensation identified by inertial measurement units is associated with deficits in physical performance, muscle strength and functional capacity in people with hip osteoarthritis.

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