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Shraddha Srivastava

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InstitutionMedical University of South Carolina
DepartmentHSR Administration
AddressP.O. Box MSC 700
C202
CHP Bldg C - 77 President St.
Phone843-792-6165
Fax843-792-1358
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    Brain, Movement Disorders, Muscle, Stroke

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    1. Srivastava S, Patten C, Kautz SA. Altered muscle activation patterns (AMAP): an analytical tool to compare muscle activity patterns of hemiparetic gait with a normative profile. J Neuroeng Rehabil. 2019 01 31; 16(1):21. PMID: 30704483.
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    2. Kao PC, Srivastava S. Mediolateral footpath stabilization during walking in people following stroke. PLoS One. 2018; 13(11):e0208120. PMID: 30496257.
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    3. Srivastava S, Kao PC, Reisman DS, Higginson JS, Scholz JP. Correction to: Coordination of muscles to control the footpath during over-ground walking in neurologically intact individuals and stroke survivors. Exp Brain Res. 2018 06; 236(6):1835. PMID: 29574479.
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    4. Srivastava S, Kao PC, Reisman DS, Scholz JP, Agrawal SK, Higginson JS. Robotic Assist-As-Needed as an Alternative to Therapist-Assisted Gait Rehabilitation. Int J Phys Med Rehabil. 2016 Oct; 4(5). PMID: 28580370.
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    5. Srivastava S, Kao PC, Reisman DS, Higginson JS, Scholz JP. Coordination of muscles to control the footpath during over-ground walking in neurologically intact individuals and stroke survivors. Exp Brain Res. 2016 07; 234(7):1903-1914. PMID: 26898314.
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    6. Srivastava S, Kao PC, Kim SH, Stegall P, Zanotto D, Higginson JS, Agrawal SK, Scholz JP. Assist-as-Needed Robot-Aided Gait Training Improves Walking Function in Individuals Following Stroke. IEEE Trans Neural Syst Rehabil Eng. 2015 Nov; 23(6):956-63. PMID: 25314703.
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    7. Kao PC, Srivastava S, Agrawal SK, Scholz JP. Effect of robotic performance-based error-augmentation versus error-reduction training on the gait of healthy individuals. Gait Posture. 2013 Jan; 37(1):113-20. PMID: 22832470.
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