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2014Changes in the length and three-dimensional orientation of muscle fascicles and aponeuroses with passive length changes in human gastrocnemius musclesDiong, Joanna; Bilston, Lynne E; Gandevia, Simon; Herbert, Robert; Heroux, Martine; Lichtwark, Glen; School of Medical Sciences: Biomedical SciencesChanges in the length and three-dimensional orientation of muscle fascicles and aponeuroses with passive length changes in human gastrocnemius muscles, The Journal of Physiology, vol.593, 2, 2014,pp 441-455
2006Development of a Hand Dynamometer for the Control of Manually Applied ForcesAdams, Roger; Diong, Joanna; Waddington, Gordon; Physiotherapy; PhysiotherapyDevelopment of a Hand Dynamometer for the Control of Manually Applied Forces, Journal of Manipulative and Physiological Therapeutics, vol.29,(4),2006,pp 297-304
2016Effects of Isokinetic Eccentric Training on the Human Achilles TendonClarke, Elizabeth Clare; Clarke, Jillian; Diong, Joanna; Herbert, Robert; Beckenkamp, Paula Regina; Campos, Tarcisio; Gomes, Anna Raquel Silveira; Northern Clinical School: Kolling Institute; Medical Imaging and Radiation Sciences; School of Medical Sciences: Biomedical Sciences; The George Institute for Global HealthEffects of Isokinetic Eccentric Training on the Human Achilles Tendon, Journal of Exercise Physiology, vol.19, 2, 2016,pp 46-54
2013Gastrocnemius Muscle Contracture After Spinal Cord Injury: A Longitudinal StudyClarke, Jillian; Diong, Joanna; Harvey, Lisa; Bilston, Lynne; Gandevia, Simon C; Herbert, Robert; Kwah, Li Kim; Medical Imaging and Radiation Sciences; School of Medical Sciences: Biomedical Sciences; Northern Clinical School: MedicineGastrocnemius Muscle Contracture After Spinal Cord Injury: A Longitudinal Study, American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, vol.92, 7, 2013,pp 565-574
2012Half of the adults who present to hospital with stroke develop at least one contracture within six months: an observational studyDiong, Joanna; Harvey, Lisa; Herbert, Robert; Kwah, Li Khim; School of Public Health: Public Health; Northern Clinical School: Medicine; The George Institute for International Health; School of Public Health: Public HealthHalf of the adults who present to hospital with stroke develop at least one contracture within six months: an observational study, Journal of Physiotherapy, vol.58, 1, 2012,pp 41-47
2011In vivo passive mechanical behaviour of muscle fascicles and tendons in human gastrocnemius muscle-tendon unitsClarke, Jillian; Diong, Joanna; Herbert, Robert; Kwah, Li; Bilston, Lynne; Clarke, Elizabeth C.; Gandevia, Simon C; Martin, Joshua; Medical Imaging and Radiation Sciences; Physiotherapy; The George Institute for International Health; Health SciencesIn vivo passive mechanical behaviour of muscle fascicles and tendons in human gastrocnemius muscle-tendon units, Journal of Physiology, vol.589, 21, 2011,pp 5257-5267
2012Incidence and predictors of contracture after spinal cord injury-a prospective cohort studyDiong, Joanna; Harvey, Lisa; Ben, Marsha; Eyles, Jillian; Herbert, Robert D; Kwah, Li Kim; Ling, M J; School of Public Health: Public Health; Northern Clinical School: MedicineIncidence and predictors of contracture after spinal cord injury-a prospective cohort study, Spinal Cord, vol.50, 8, 2012,pp 579-584
2015Is Ankle Contracture After Stroke Due to Abnormal Intermuscular Force Transmission?Diong, Joanna; Herbert, Robert; School of Medical Sciences: Biomedical SciencesIs Ankle Contracture After Stroke Due to Abnormal Intermuscular Force Transmission?, Journal of Applied Biomechanics, vol.31, 1, 2015,pp 13-18
2013Models containing age and NIHSS predict recovery of ambulation and upper limb function six months after stroke: an observational studyDiong, Joanna; Harvey, Lisa; Herbert, Robert; Kwah, Li Khim; School of Medical Sciences: Biomedical Sciences; Northern Clinical School: MedicineModels containing age and NIHSS predict recovery of ambulation and upper limb function six months after stroke: an observational study, Journal of Physiotherapy, vol.59, 3, 2013,pp 189-197
2017Passive elongation of muscle fascicles in human muscles with short and long tendonsDiong, Joanna; Herbert, R D; Stubbs, Peter William; Thom, Jeanette M; School of Medical Sciences: Biomedical SciencesPassive elongation of muscle fascicles in human muscles with short and long tendons, Physiological Reports, vol.5, 23, 2017,pp 1-8
2017Rehabilitation Following Hip FractureDiong, Joanna; Sherrington, Catherine; Crotty, Maria; Dyer, Suzanne; School of Medical Sciences: Biomedical Sciences; School of Public Health: Public HealthRehabilitation Following Hip Fracture in Orthogeriatrics, Springer, 2017, pp. 145-163
2013Reliability and validity of ultrasound measurements of muscle fascicle length and pennation in humans: a systematic reviewDiong, Joanna; Pinto, Rafael; Herbert, Robert D; Kwah, Li Khim; School of Medical Sciences: Biomedical Sciences; The George Institute for Global HealthReliability and validity of ultrasound measurements of muscle fascicle length and pennation in humans: a systematic review, Journal of Applied Physiology, vol.114, 6, 2013,pp 761-769
2016Structured exercise improves mobility after hip fracture: A meta-analysis with meta-regressionAllen, Natalie; Diong, Joanna; Sherrington, Catherine; Clinical and Rehabilitation Sciences; School of Medical Sciences: Biomedical Sciences; The George Institute for Global HealthStructured exercise improves mobility after hip fracture: A meta-analysis with meta-regression, British Journal of Sports Medicine, vol.50, 6, 2016,pp 346-355
2016Tension-referenced measures of gastrocnemius slack length and stiffness in Parkinson's diseaseBurne, John; Diong, Joanna; Double, Kay; Tan, Benedict; School of Medical Sciences: Biomedical Sciences; School of Medical Sciences: Biomedical Sciences; School of Medical Sciences: Biomedical SciencesTension-referenced measures of gastrocnemius slack length and stiffness in Parkinson's disease, Movement Disorders, vol.31, 12, 2016,pp 1914-1918