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Lower Limb: Top KOLs in the world

Douglas G Douglas #1
Douglas G Douglas
University of Oxford | Centre for Statistics in Medicine, Nu
Known for Consort Statement |  Randomised Trials |  Target Difference |  Transparent Reporting |  Observational Studies
Scott L Delp #2
Scott L Delp
Department of Bioengineering, Stanford University, Stanford,
Known for Moment Arms |  Patellofemoral Pain |  Knee Flexion |  Rectus Femoris |  Crouch Gait

David Moher #3
David Moher
Clinical Epidemiology Program, Ottawa Hospital Research Inst
Known for Consort Statement |  Reporting Guidelines |  Randomized Controlled Trials |  Peer Review |  Predatory Journals
Ellen J MacKenzie #4
Ellen J MacKenzie
Department of Health Policy and Management, Johns Hopkins Bl
Known for Physical Therapy |  Limb Loss |  Injury Severity |  United States |  Trauma Centers
David A Winter #5
David A Winter
Department of Kinesiology, University of Waterloo, Waterloo,
Known for Stance Phase |  Balance Control |  Quiet Standing |  Motor Patterns |  Human Gait
Volker Dietz #6
Volker Dietz
Spinal Cord Injury Center, University Hospital Balgrist, Zür
Known for Locomotor Training |  Cooperative Hand Movements |  Leg Muscles |  Afferent Input |  Spinal Cord
Timothy E Hewett #7
Timothy E Hewett
Hewett Consulting, Minneapolis and Rochester, MN, USA | The
Known for Acl Injury |  Neuromuscular Training |  Ligament Injuries |  Female Athletes |  Anterior Cruciate
Robert Riener #8
Robert Riener
ETH Zurich, Rämistrasse 101, 8092 CH, Zürich, Switzerland |
Known for Virtual Reality |  Gait Training |  Motor Learning |  Haptic Guidance |  Heart Rate
Kim Louise Bennell #9
Kim Louise Bennell
Centre for Health, Exercise and Sports Medicine, Department
Known for Stress Fractures |  Physical Function |  Controlled Trial |  Weight Loss |  Knee Osteoarthritis
HALLETT Hallett #10
Human Motor Control Section, Medical Neurology Branch, Natio
Known for Essential Tremor |  Motor Cortex |  Magnetic Stimulation |  Movement Disorders |  Parkinson Disease