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Therese E. Johnston, PT, PhD, MBA

Contact Dr. Johnston

901 Walnut Street
Room 515
Philadelphia, PA 19107

(215) 503-6033
(215) 503-3499 fax

Most Recent Peer-reviewed Publications

  1. Health and fitness in pediatric spinal cord injury: Medical issues and the role of exercise
  2. Randomized controlled trial assessing participation and quality of life in a supported speed treadmill training exercise program vs. a strengthening program for children with cerebral palsy
  3. Muscle changes following cycling and/or electrical stimulation in pediatric spinal cord injury
  4. Effects of a supported speed treadmill training exercise program on impairment and function for children with cerebral palsy
  5. Effects of cycling and/or electrical stimulation on bone mineral density in children with spinal cord injury
  6. Cycling with functional electrical stimulation in an Adult with spastic diplegic cerebral palsy
  7. A Randomized Controlled Trial on the Effects of Cycling With and Without Electrical Stimulation on Cardiorespiratory and Vascular Health in Children With Spinal Cord Injury
  8. Cycling for children with neuromuscular impairments using electrical stimulation-Development of tricycle-based systems
  9. Impact of cycling on hip subluxation in children with spinal cord injury
  10. The Effects of a Shank Guide on Cycling Biomechanics of an Adolescent With Cerebral Palsy: A Single-Case Study
  11. Examination of spasticity of the knee flexors and knee extensors using isokinetic dynamometry with electromyography and clinical scales in children with spinal cord injury
  12. Outcomes of a home cycling program using functional electrical stimu 05B4 lation or passive motion for children with spinal cord injury: A case series
  13. Exercise testing using upper extremity ergometry in pediatric spinal cord injury
  14. Biomechanics of recumbent cycling in adolescents with cerebral palsy with and without the use of a fixed shank guide
  15. Lower extremity muscle activity during cycling in adolescents with and without cerebral palsy
  16. The Effectiveness of Progressively Increasing Stimulation Frequency and Intensity to Maintain Paralyzed Muscle Force During Repetitive Activation in Persons With Spinal Cord Injury
  17. Differences in pedal forces during recumbent cycling in adolescents with and without cerebral palsy
  18. Quality of life in children with spinal cord injury
  19. Biomechanical considerations for cycling interventions in rehabilitation
  20. Bone mineral density of the hip and knee in children with spinal cord injury
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