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Browsing publications by Dr Susan Lord.

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Dr Pat McCue
Dr Lisa Shaw
Dr Silvia Del Din
Dr Susan Lord
Dr Christopher Price
et al.
Acceptability and deliverability of an auditory rhythmical cueing (ARC) training programme for use at home and outdoors to improve gait and physical activity post-stroke2022
Dr Hilmar Sigurdsson
Dr Alison Yarnall
Dr Brook Galna
Dr Susan Lord
Dr Lisa Alcock
et al.
Gait-related metabolic covariance networks at rest in Parkinson’s disease2022
Joanna Wilson
Dr Lisa Alcock
Dr Alison Yarnall
Dr Susan Lord
Dr Rachael Lawson
et al.
Gait Progression Over 6 Years in Parkinson’s Disease: Effects of Age, Medication, and Pathology2020
Dr Ellen Silva
Dr Susan Lord
Dionne Moat
Professor Lynn Rochester
Auditory Cueing for Gait Impairment in Persons With Parkinson Disease: A Pilot Study of Changes in Response With Disease Progression2019
Dr Fraser Birrell
Dr Silvia Del Din
Dr Susan Lord
Professor John Mathers
Developing a toolkit for the assessment and monitoring of musculoskeletal ageing2018
Dr Susan Lord
Professor Lynn Rochester
Dr Silvia Del Din
Discerning the contribution of balance and mobility to physical activity in community-dwelling octogenarians: A preliminary report.2018
Dr Lisa Alcock
Dr Brook Galna
Dr Susan Lord
Professor Lynn Rochester
Gait & Posture Special Issue: Gait adaptations in response to obstacle type in fallers with Parkinson's disease2018
Heather Hunter
Professor Lynn Rochester
Dr Rosie Morris
Dr Susan Lord
Longitudinal falls data in Parkinson’s disease: feasibility of fall diaries and effect of attrition2018
Dr Sam Stuart
Dr Susan Lord
Dr Brook Galna
Professor Lynn Rochester
Saccade frequency response to visual cues during gait in Parkinson's disease: the selective role of attention2018
Sarah Moore
Aodhan Hickey
Dr Susan Lord
Dr Silvia Del Din
Dr Alan Godfrey
et al.
Comprehensive measurement of stroke gait characteristics with a single accelerometer in the laboratory and community. A feasibility, validity and reliability study2017
Dr Sam Stuart
Dr Brook Galna
Dr Louise Delicato
Dr Susan Lord
Professor Lynn Rochester
et al.
Direct and indirect effects of attention and visual function on gait impairment in Parkinson's disease: influence of task and turning2017
Dr Susan Lord
Professor Lynn Rochester
Falls in Parkinson's disease: A complex and evolving picture2017
Dr Rosie Morris
Dr Susan Lord
Dr Rachael Lawson
Dr Shirley Coleman
Dr Brook Galna
et al.
Gait Rather Than Cognition Predicts Decline in Specific Cognitive Domains in Early Parkinson’s Disease2017
Dr Susan Lord
Dr Brook Galna
Dr Alison Yarnall
Dr Shirley Coleman
Professor David Burn
et al.
Have we been overestimating fall rates in Parkinson's disease?2017
Dr Susan Lord
Dr Brook Galna
Dr Alison Yarnall
Dr Rosie Morris
Dr Shirley Coleman
et al.
Natural history of falls in an incident cohort of Parkinson’s disease: early evolution, risk and protective features2017
Dr Susan Lord
Professor Lynn Rochester
Role of the physiotherapist in the management of dementia2017
Dr Lisa Alcock
Dr Brook Galna
Dr Susan Lord
Professor Lynn Rochester
Step length as the primary determinant of minimum foot clearance during overground gait in Parkinson’s disease. World Congress of the International Society for Posture and Gait Research2017
Dr Sam Stuart
Dr Lisa Alcock
Dr Brook Galna
Dr Susan Lord
Professor Lynn Rochester
et al.
Visual exploration during gait in Parkinson’s disease: response to visual cues2017
Professor Lynn Rochester
Dr Sam Stuart
Dr Brook Galna
Dr Susan Lord
A protocol to examine vision and gait in Parkinson's disease: Impact of cognition and response to visual cues2016
Professor Lynn Rochester
Dr Susan Lord
Dr Alison Yarnall
Professor David Burn
Falls in patients with dementia2014