Brook Galna
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Accuracy of the Microsoft Kinect sensor for measuring movement in people with Parkinson's disease
B Galna, G Barry, D Jackson, D Mhiripiri, P Olivier, L Rochester
Gait & posture 39 (4), 1062-1068, 2014
4272014
Quantification of soft tissue artifact in lower limb human motion analysis: a systematic review
A Peters, B Galna, M Sangeux, M Morris, R Baker
Gait & posture 31 (1), 1-8, 2010
2502010
Independent domains of gait in older adults and associated motor and nonmotor attributes: validation of a factor analysis approach
S Lord, B Galna, J Verghese, S Coleman, D Burn, L Rochester
The Journals of Gerontology Series A: Biological Sciences and Medical …, 2013
2262013
The role of exergaming in Parkinson’s disease rehabilitation: a systematic review of the evidence
G Barry, B Galna, L Rochester
Journal of neuroengineering and rehabilitation 11 (1), 33, 2014
2142014
Moving forward on gait measurement: toward a more refined approach
S Lord, B Galna, L Rochester
Movement Disorders 28 (11), 1534-1543, 2013
1582013
Validation of an optical encoder during free weight resistance movements and analysis of bench press sticking point power during fatigue
EJ Drinkwater, B Galna, MJ McKenna, PH Hunt, DB Pyne
The Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research 21 (2), 510-517, 2007
1572007
Cholinergic dysfunction contributes to gait disturbance in early Parkinson’s disease
L Rochester, AJ Yarnall, MR Baker, RV David, S Lord, B Galna, DJ Burn
Brain 135 (9), 2779-2788, 2012
1562012
Is gait variability reliable in older adults and Parkinson's disease? Towards an optimal testing protocol
B Galna, S Lord, L Rochester
Gait & posture 37 (4), 580-585, 2013
1522013
Retraining function in people with Parkinson’s disease using the Microsoft kinect: game design and pilot testing
B Galna, D Jackson, G Schofield, R McNaney, M Webster, G Barry, ...
Journal of neuroengineering and rehabilitation 11 (1), 60, 2014
1422014
The nature of dual-task interference during gait in incident Parkinson’s disease
L Rochester, B Galna, S Lord, D Burn
Neuroscience 265, 83-94, 2014
1292014
Obstacle crossing deficits in older adults: a systematic review
B Galna, A Peters, AT Murphy, ME Morris
Gait & posture 30 (3), 270-275, 2009
1272009
Free-living gait characteristics in ageing and Parkinson’s disease: impact of environment and ambulatory bout length
S Del Din, A Godfrey, B Galna, S Lord, L Rochester
Journal of neuroengineering and rehabilitation 13 (1), 46, 2016
1132016
Progression of gait dysfunction in incident Parkinson's disease: Impact of medication and phenotype
B Galna, S Lord, DJ Burn, L Rochester
Movement Disorders 30 (3), 359-367, 2015
1002015
Ambulatory activity in incident Parkinson’s: more than meets the eye?
S Lord, A Godfrey, B Galna, D Mhiripiri, D Burn, L Rochester
Journal of neurology 260 (12), 2964-2972, 2013
982013
Obstacle crossing in people with Parkinson’s disease: foot clearance and spatiotemporal deficits
B Galna, AT Murphy, ME Morris
Human movement science 29 (5), 843-852, 2010
972010
Gait festination and freezing in Parkinson's disease: pathogenesis and rehabilitation
ME Morris, R Iansek, B Galna
Movement disorders: official journal of the Movement Disorder Society 23 (S2 …, 2008
952008
The association between retirement and age on physical activity in older adults
A Godfrey, S Lord, B Galna, JC Mathers, DJ Burn, L Rochester
Age and ageing 43 (3), 386-393, 2014
842014
Shoulder pain in water polo: a systematic review of the literature
MJ Webster, ME Morris, B Galna
Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport 12 (1), 3-11, 2009
592009
Cognition and gait show a selective pattern of association dominated by phenotype in incident Parkinson’s disease
S Lord, B Galna, S Coleman, A Yarnall, D Burn, L Rochester
Frontiers in aging neuroscience 6, 249, 2014
552014
Visual sampling during walking in people with Parkinson’s disease and the influence of environment and dual-task
B Galna, S Lord, D Daud, N Archibald, D Burn, L Rochester
Brain research 1473, 35-43, 2012
542012
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