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Andrea Biscarini, Roberto Panichi, Cristina V. Dieni, and Samuele Contemori

biomechanical relationships to get accurate control of muscle activations and joint forces during knee rehabilitation exercises with voluntary quadriceps–hamstring cocontraction. This study provides an in-depth biomechanical analysis of the effects of a voluntary quadriceps–hamstring cocontraction effort

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Rafael F. Escamilla, Naiquan Zheng, Toran D. MacLeod, Rodney Imamura, Shangcheng Wang, Kevin E. Wilk, Kyle Yamashiro, and Glenn S. Fleisig

thigh muscle recruitment and patellofemoral force (and stress). 5 , 17 , 18 Moreover, forward lunge exercises are commonly performed and progressed in knee rehabilitation settings using different step lengths (short step vs long step) and step heights (ground level vs elevated platform). Three previous

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Zahra S. Mahdian, Huawei Wang, Mohamed Irfan Mohamed Refai, Guillaume Durandau, Massimo Sartori, and Mhairi K. MacLean

.625479 33889081 178. Soma Y , Mutsuzaki H , Yoshioka T , et al . Single-joint hybrid assistive limb in knee rehabilitation after ACL reconstruction: an open-label feasibility and safety trial . Prog Rehabil Med . 2022 ; 7 : 20220036 . doi:10.2490/prm.20220036 35935452 179. Haufe FL , Wolf P