Preeti M. Nair

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Northwestern University, Evanston, IL 
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Nair PM, Phadke CP, Behrman AL. (2014) Phase dependent modulation of soleus H-reflex in healthy, non-injured individuals while walking with an ankle foot orthosis. Gait & Posture. 39: 1086-91
Nair PM, Hornby T G, Behrman AL. (2012) Minimal detectable change for spatial and temporal measurements of gait after incomplete spinal cord injury. Topics in Spinal Cord Injury Rehabilitation. 18: 273-81
Phadke CP, Thompson FJ, Kukulka CG, et al. (2010) Soleus H-reflex modulation after motor incomplete spinal cord injury: effects of body position and walking speed. The Journal of Spinal Cord Medicine. 33: 371-8
Nair PM, Rooney KL, Kautz SA, et al. (2010) Stepping with an ankle foot orthosis re-examined: a mechanical perspective for clinical decision making. Clinical Biomechanics (Bristol, Avon). 25: 618-22
Fox EJ, Tester NJ, Phadke CP, et al. (2010) Ongoing walking recovery 2 years after locomotor training in a child with severe incomplete spinal cord injury. Physical Therapy. 90: 793-802
Behrman AL, Nair PM, Bowden MG, et al. (2008) Author Response. Physical Therapy. 88: 594-595
Bowden MG, Hannold EM, Nair PM, et al. (2008) Beyond gait speed: a case report of a multidimensional approach to locomotor rehabilitation outcomes in incomplete spinal cord injury. Journal of Neurologic Physical Therapy : Jnpt. 32: 129-38
Behrman AL, Nair PM, Bowden MG, et al. (2008) Locomotor training restores walking in a nonambulatory child with chronic, severe, incomplete cervical spinal cord injury. Physical Therapy. 88: 580-90
Behrman AL, Nair PM, Bowden MG, et al. (2008) Author response Physical Therapy. 88: 594-595
Behrman AL, Bowden MG, Nair PM. (2006) Neuroplasticity after spinal cord injury and training: an emerging paradigm shift in rehabilitation and walking recovery. Physical Therapy. 86: 1406-25
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