Her primary scientific interests are in Physical therapy, Anterior cruciate ligament, Physical medicine and rehabilitation, Kinematics and Injury prevention. Her work on Isometric exercise, Athletes and Rehabilitation as part of general Physical therapy study is frequently connected to Patellofemoral pain syndrome and Context, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them. Her Anterior cruciate ligament research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Orthodontics, Stiffness and Risk factor.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Exercise intervention, Training programme, Shoulder girdle, Ankle and Range of motion in addition to Physical medicine and rehabilitation. Darin A. Padua has researched Kinematics in several fields, including Sagittal plane and Biomechanics. Darin A. Padua usually deals with Injury prevention and limits it to topics linked to Suicide prevention and Concussion and Second-impact syndrome.
Darin A. Padua mainly investigates Physical therapy, Physical medicine and rehabilitation, Anterior cruciate ligament, Biomechanics and Athletes. Her Isometric exercise study in the realm of Physical therapy connects with subjects such as Injury prevention and Context. Her Injury prevention research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Suicide prevention and Human factors and ergonomics.
Darin A. Padua interconnects Range of motion, Anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction, Ankle and Valgus in the investigation of issues within Physical medicine and rehabilitation. Her work in Anterior cruciate ligament addresses subjects such as Sagittal plane, which are connected to disciplines such as Coronal plane. Her studies deal with areas such as Kinematics and Orthodontics as well as Biomechanics.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Physical therapy, Physical medicine and rehabilitation, Anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction, Athletes and Biomechanics. Her study connects Prospective cohort study and Physical therapy. Her research in the fields of Functional movement overlaps with other disciplines such as Gait biomechanics.
Her Anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction research integrates issues from Gait and Orthodontics. Her work on Training load as part of her general Athletes study is frequently connected to Context and Elite, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science. The various areas that Darin A. Padua examines in her Biomechanics study include ACL injury, Kinematics, Ground reaction force and Sagittal plane.
Darin A. Padua focuses on Physical therapy, Anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction, Athletes, Injury prevention and Biomechanics. She does research in Physical therapy, focusing on Rehabilitation specifically. She combines subjects such as Preferred walking speed, Physical medicine and rehabilitation, Knee Joint, ACL injury and Orthodontics with her study of Anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction.
Her Athletes study incorporates themes from Epidemiology and Knee replacement. Her work on Knee biomechanics as part of general Biomechanics study is frequently linked to Decreased hip abduction, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science. As part of the same scientific family, Darin A. Padua usually focuses on Knee biomechanics, concentrating on Ground reaction force and intersecting with Sagittal plane and Isometric exercise.
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Epidemiology of Concussion in Collegiate and High School Football Players
Kevin M. Guskiewicz;Nancy L. Weaver;Darin A. Padua;William E. Garrett.
American Journal of Sports Medicine (2000)
Gender differences in the incidence and prevalence of patellofemoral pain syndrome
Michelle C Boling;Darin A Padua;Stephan W Marshall;Kevin Guskiewicz.
Scandinavian Journal of Medicine & Science in Sports (2010)
The Landing Error Scoring System (LESS) Is a Valid and Reliable Clinical Assessment Tool of Jump-Landing Biomechanics The JUMP-ACL Study
Darin A. Padua;Stephen W. Marshall;Michelle C. Boling;Charles A. Thigpen.
American Journal of Sports Medicine (2009)
Systematic Review of the Balance Error Scoring System
David R. Bell;Kevin M. Guskiewicz;Micheal A. Clark;Darin A. Padua.
Sports Health: A Multidisciplinary Approach (2011)
A Prospective Investigation of Biomechanical Risk Factors for Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome: The Joint Undertaking to Monitor and Prevent ACL Injury (JUMP-ACL) Cohort
Michelle C. Boling;Darin A. Padua;Stephen W. Marshall;Kevin Guskiewicz.
American Journal of Sports Medicine (2009)
Gluteal Muscle Activation During Common Therapeutic Exercises
Lindsay J. Distefano;J. Troy Blackburn;Stephen W. Marshall;Darin A. Padua.
Journal of Orthopaedic & Sports Physical Therapy (2009)
Gender differences in active musculoskeletal stiffness. Part II. Quantification of leg stiffness during functional hopping tasks.
K.P. Granata;D.A. Padua;S.E. Wilson.
Journal of Electromyography and Kinesiology (2002)
Ankle-dorsiflexion range of motion and landing biomechanics.
Chun-Man Fong;J. Troy Blackburn;Marc F. Norcross;Melanie McGrath.
Journal of Athletic Training (2011)
The landing error scoring system as a screening tool for an anterior cruciate ligament injury-prevention program in elite-youth soccer athletes
Darin A. Padua;Lindsay J. DiStefano;Anthony I. Beutler;Sarah J. de la Motte.
Journal of Athletic Training (2015)
Head and shoulder posture affect scapular mechanics and muscle activity in overhead tasks
Charles A. Thigpen;Darin A Padua;Lori A. Michener;Kevin M Guskiewicz.
Journal of Electromyography and Kinesiology (2010)
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