Malcolm Granat
Malcolm Granat
Professor in Health and Rehabilitation Sciences, School of Health Sciences, University of Salford
Verified email at salford.ac.uk
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The validation of a novel activity monitor in the measurement of posture and motion during everyday activities
PM Grant, CG Ryan, WW Tigbe, MH Granat
British journal of sports medicine 40 (12), 992-997, 2006
5982006
A practical gait analysis system using gyroscopes
K Tong, MH Granat
Medical engineering & physics 21 (2), 87-94, 1999
5851999
MRI fuzzy segmentation of brain tissue using neighborhood attraction with neural-network optimization
S Shen, W Sandham, M Granat, A Sterr
IEEE transactions on information technology in biomedicine 9 (3), 459-467, 2005
4722005
The validity and reliability of a novel activity monitor as a measure of walking
CG Ryan, PM Grant, WW Tigbe, MH Granat
British journal of sports medicine 40 (9), 779-784, 2006
4172006
Electrical stimulation of wrist extensors in poststroke hemiplegia
J Powell, AD Pandyan, M Granat, M Cameron, DJ Stott
Stroke 30 (7), 1384-1389, 1999
4091999
Large scale population assessment of physical activity using wrist worn accelerometers: The UK Biobank Study
A Doherty, D Jackson, N Hammerla, T Plötz, P Olivier, MH Granat, T White, ...
PloS one 12 (2), e0169649, 2017
2782017
Methods for objective measure, quantification and analysis of sedentary behaviour and inactivity
SFM Chastin, MH Granat
Gait & posture 31 (1), 82-86, 2010
2522010
Activity-monitor accuracy in measuring step number and cadence in community-dwelling older adults
PM Grant, PM Dall, SL Mitchell, MH Granat
Journal of aging and physical activity 16 (2), 201-214, 2008
2412008
Prevention of shoulder subluxation after stroke with electrical stimulation
SL Linn, MH Granat, KR Lees
Stroke 30 (5), 963-968, 1999
2001999
Sitting patterns at work: objective measurement of adherence to current recommendations
CG Ryan, PM Dall, MH Granat, PM Grant
Ergonomics 54 (6), 531-538, 2011
1892011
The role of functional electrical stimulation in the rehabilitation of patients with incomplete spinal cord injury-observed benefits during gait studies
MH Granat, ACB Ferguson, BJ Andrews, M Delargy
Spinal Cord 31 (4), 207-215, 1993
1871993
Utilization and harmonization of adult accelerometry data: review and expert consensus
K Wijndaele, K Westgate, SK Stephens, SN Blair, FC Bull, SFM Chastin, ...
Medicine and science in sports and exercise 47 (10), 2129, 2015
1642015
Peroneal stimulator: evaluation for the correction of spastic drop foot in hemiplegia
MH Granat, DJ Maxwell, ACB Ferguson, KR Lees, JC Barbenet
Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation 77 (1), 19-24, 1996
1571996
Functional electric stimulation to augment partial weight-bearing supported treadmill training for patients with acute incomplete spinal cord injury: a pilot study
NJ Postans, JP Hasler, MH Granat, DJ Maxwell
Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation 85 (4), 604-610, 2004
1312004
Pain biology education and exercise classes compared to pain biology education alone for individuals with chronic low back pain: a pilot randomised controlled trial
CG Ryan, HG Gray, M Newton, MH Granat
Manual therapy 15 (4), 382-387, 2010
1242010
Effects of electrical stimulation on flexion contractures in the hemiplegic wrist
AD Pandyan, MH Granat, DJ Stott
Clinical rehabilitation 11 (2), 123-130, 1997
1201997
Contractures in the post-stroke wrist: a pilot study of its time course of development and its association with upper limb recovery
AD Pandyan, M Cameron, J Powell, DJ Stott, MH Granat
Clinical Rehabilitation 17 (1), 88-95, 2003
1122003
Validity, practical utility, and reliability of the activPAL in preschool children
G Davies, J Reilly, A McGowan, P Dall, M Granat, J Paton
Medicine and science in sports and exercise 44 (4), 761-768, 2012
952012
Increasing older adults’ walking through primary care: results of a pilot randomized controlled trial
N Mutrie, O Doolin, CF Fitzsimons, PM Grant, M Granat, M Grealy, ...
Family practice 29 (6), 633-642, 2012
902012
Individuals with chronic low back pain have a lower level, and an altered pattern, of physical activity compared with matched controls: an observational study
CG Ryan, PM Grant, PM Dall, H Gray, M Newton, MH Granat
Australian Journal of Physiotherapy 55 (1), 53-58, 2009
902009
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