His primary areas of investigation include Physical medicine and rehabilitation, Physical therapy, Gait, Balance and Electromyography. His work on STRIDE as part of general Physical medicine and rehabilitation research is often related to Tripping, thus linking different fields of science. The Physical therapy study combines topics in areas such as Ankle, Falling and Low back pain.
His Gait study combines topics in areas such as Preferred walking speed, Treadmill and Stability. His studies in Balance integrate themes in fields like Hamstring, Randomized controlled trial, CINAHL, Underactuation and Simulation. Jaap H. van Dieën interconnects Lumbar and Electrophysiology in the investigation of issues within Electromyography.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Physical medicine and rehabilitation, Physical therapy, Anatomy, Kinematics and Low back pain. His Physical medicine and rehabilitation study typically links adjacent topics like Treadmill. His study in the fields of Rehabilitation under the domain of Physical therapy overlaps with other disciplines such as In patient.
His study in the field of Lumbar and Pelvis also crosses realms of Chemistry. Within one scientific family, Jaap H. van Dieën focuses on topics pertaining to Simulation under Kinematics, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Workload. His Electromyography research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Muscle contraction and Isometric exercise.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Physical medicine and rehabilitation, Low back pain, Kinematics, Balance and Gait. His research in Physical medicine and rehabilitation intersects with topics in Treadmill and Motor control. His studies deal with areas such as Lumbar and Biomechanics as well as Low back pain.
Lumbar is a subfield of Anatomy that Jaap H. van Dieën investigates. He has included themes like Ankle, Moment and Exoskeleton in his Kinematics study. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Proprioception, Drop jump and Dynamic balance.
Jaap H. van Dieën focuses on Physical medicine and rehabilitation, Kinematics, Low back pain, Balance and Gait analysis. The concepts of his Physical medicine and rehabilitation study are interwoven with issues in Treadmill and Injury prevention. His Kinematics study also includes fields such as
The study incorporates disciplines such as Rehabilitation, Back pain, Muscle activation and Motor control in addition to Low back pain. His Balance study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Test, Drop jump, Increased risk, Lateral ankle and Prospective cohort study. His Gait study incorporates themes from Longitudinal study and STRIDE.
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Trunk muscle activation in low-back pain patients, an analysis of the literature
Jaap H. van Dieën;Luc P.J. Selen;Jacek Cholewicki.
Journal of Electromyography and Kinesiology (2003)
Sitting comfort and discomfort and the relationships with objective measures
Michiel P de Looze;Lottie F M Kuijt-Evers;Jaap van Dieën.
Trunk muscle recruitment patterns in patients with low back pain enhance the stability of the lumbar spine.
Jaap H van Dieën;Jacek Cholewicki;Andrea Radebold.
Identification of elderly fallers by muscle strength measures
Mirjam Pijnappels;J. C. E. van der Burg;Neil D. Reeves;Jaap H. van Dieën.
European Journal of Applied Physiology (2008)
Pathophysiology of upper extremity muscle disorders
Bart Visser;Jaap H. van Dieën.
Journal of Electromyography and Kinesiology (2006)
Methodological aspects of SEMG recordings for force estimation--a tutorial and review.
Didier Staudenmann;Karin Roeleveld;Dick F. Stegeman;Dick F. Stegeman;Jaap H. van Dieën.
Journal of Electromyography and Kinesiology (2010)
Stoop or squat: a review of biomechanical studies on lifting technique
Jaap H. van Dieën;Marco J.M. Hoozemans;Huub M. Toussaint.
Clinical Biomechanics (1999)
Is slow walking more stable
Sjoerd M. Bruijn;Jaap H. van Dieën;Onno G. Meijer;Onno G. Meijer;Peter J. Beek.
Journal of Biomechanics (2009)
Push-off reactions in recovery after tripping discriminate young subjects, older non-fallers and older fallers
Mirjam Pijnappels;Maarten F. Bobbert;Jaap H. van Dieën.
Gait & Posture (2005)
Local dynamic stability and variability of gait are associated with fall history in elderly subjects
Marcel J.P. Toebes;Marco J.M. Hoozemans;Regula Furrer;Joost Dekker.
Gait & Posture (2012)
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