Michel Ladouceur

University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA 
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Pépin A, Ladouceur M, Barbeau H. (2003) Treadmill walking in incomplete spinal-cord-injured subjects: 2. Factors limiting the maximal speed. Spinal Cord. 41: 271-9
Ladouceur M, Barbeau H, McFadyen BJ. (2003) Kinematic adaptations of spinal cord-injured subjects during obstructed walking. Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair. 17: 25-31
Mirbagheri MM, Ladouceur M, Barbeau H, et al. (2002) The effects of long-term FES-assisted walking on intrinsic and reflex dynamic stiffness in spastic spinal-cord-injured subjects. Ieee Transactions On Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering : a Publication of the Ieee Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society. 10: 280-9
Barbeau H, Ladouceur M, Mirbagheri MM, et al. (2002) The effect of locomotor training combined with functional electrical stimulation in chronic spinal cord injured subjects: walking and reflex studies. Brain Research. Brain Research Reviews. 40: 274-91
Barbeau H, Fung J, Leroux A, et al. (2002) A review of the adaptability and recovery of locomotion after spinal cord injury. Progress in Brain Research. 137: 9-25
Khaslavskaia S, Ladouceur M, Sinkjaer T. (2002) Increase in tibialis anterior motor cortex excitability following repetitive electrical stimulation of the common peroneal nerve. Experimental Brain Research. 145: 309-15
Burridge JH, Ladouceur M. (2001) Clinical and therapeutic applications of neuromuscular stimulation: a review of current use and speculation into future developments. Neuromodulation : Journal of the International Neuromodulation Society. 4: 147-54
Mirbagheri MM, Barbeau H, Ladouceur M, et al. (2001) Intrinsic and reflex stiffness in normal and spastic, spinal cord injured subjects. Experimental Brain Research. 141: 446-59
Grey MJ, Ladouceur M, Andersen JB, et al. (2001) Group II muscle afferents probably contribute to the medium latency soleus stretch reflex during walking in humans. The Journal of Physiology. 534: 925-33
Voormolen MM, Ladouceur M, Veltink PH, et al. (2000) Soleus stretch reflex inhibition in the early swing phase of gait using deep peroneal nerve stimulation in spastic stroke participants. Neuromodulation : Journal of the International Neuromodulation Society. 3: 107-17
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