Her primary areas of study are Physical therapy, Anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction, Anterior cruciate ligament, Surgery and Physical medicine and rehabilitation. She interconnects Meta-analysis and Biomechanics in the investigation of issues within Physical therapy. Her studies in Anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction integrate themes in fields like Young adult, Locus of control, Cohort and Arthroscopy.
Her work deals with themes such as Hamstring, Orthopedic surgery, Return to sport and Sports medicine, which intersect with Anterior cruciate ligament. Her Surgery research incorporates themes from Cross-sectional study and Kneeling. Her Physical medicine and rehabilitation research incorporates elements of Rehabilitation and Prospective cohort study.
Kate E. Webster mostly deals with Physical therapy, Anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction, Anterior cruciate ligament, Physical medicine and rehabilitation and Surgery. Her research in Physical therapy intersects with topics in Osteoarthritis, Quality of life, Meta-analysis and Biomechanics. Her research in Anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction intersects with topics in Hamstring, Orthodontics, Range of motion and Young adult.
Her Anterior cruciate ligament research integrates issues from Orthopedic surgery, Athletes, Return to sport and Sports medicine. Her Gait analysis, Gait and Gait study, which is part of a larger body of work in Physical medicine and rehabilitation, is frequently linked to Injury prevention, bridging the gap between disciplines. Her work on Patellar tendon as part of general Surgery study is frequently linked to In patient, bridging the gap between disciplines.
Her main research concerns Anterior cruciate ligament, Anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction, Physical therapy, Return to sport and ACL injury. Kate E. Webster has researched Anterior cruciate ligament in several fields, including Rehabilitation, Athletes, Physical medicine and rehabilitation and Sports medicine. Her work in the fields of Knee extensors overlaps with other areas such as Scale.
Her Anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction research is classified as research in Surgery. The study incorporates disciplines such as Osteoarthritis, Construct validity, Scale, Quality of life and Hip arthroscopy in addition to Physical therapy. Her work carried out in the field of ACL injury brings together such families of science as Meta-analysis and Incidence.
Kate E. Webster mainly focuses on Anterior cruciate ligament, Anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction, Return to sport, Physical therapy and Meta-analysis. Her study in Anterior cruciate ligament is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Rehabilitation, Athletes, Physical medicine and rehabilitation and Nuclear medicine. Her Anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction research is under the purview of Surgery.
Her Return to sport study combines topics in areas such as Young adult, Knee function, Quality of life and Retrospective cohort study. Her work is dedicated to discovering how Physical therapy, Physical examination are connected with Checklist and Musculoskeletal injury and other disciplines. Her studies in Meta-analysis integrate themes in fields like Relative risk and Epidemiology.
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Return to sport following anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction surgery: a systematic review and meta-analysis of the state of play
Clare L Ardern;Kate E Webster;Nicholas F Taylor;Julian A Feller.
British Journal of Sports Medicine (2011)
Fifty-five per cent return to competitive sport following anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction surgery: an updated systematic review and meta-analysis including aspects of physical functioning and contextual factors
Clare L Ardern;Nicholas F Taylor;Julian A Feller;Kate E Webster.
British Journal of Sports Medicine (2014)
Concurrent related validity of the GAITRite® walkway system for quantification of the spatial and temporal parameters of gait
Belinda Bilney;Meg Morris;Kate Webster.
Gait & Posture (2003)
Validity of the Microsoft Kinect for assessment of postural control
Ross A. Clark;Yong-Hao Pua;Karine Fortin;Callan Ritchie.
Gait & Posture (2012)
Risk of Secondary Injury in Younger Athletes After Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis
Amelia J. Wiggins;Ravi K. Grandhi;Daniel K. Schneider;Denver Stanfield.
American Journal of Sports Medicine (2016)
Return to the Preinjury Level of Competitive Sport After Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction Surgery Two-thirds of Patients Have Not Returned by 12 Months After Surgery
Clare L. Ardern;Kate E. Webster;Nicholas F. Taylor;Julian A. Feller.
American Journal of Sports Medicine (2011)
Validity of the GAITRite walkway system for the measurement of averaged and individual step parameters of gait.
Kate E. Webster;Joanne E. Wittwer;Julian A. Feller.
Gait & Posture (2005)
A Randomized Comparison of Patellar Tendon and Hamstring Tendon Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction
Julian A. Feller;Kate E. Webster.
American Journal of Sports Medicine (2003)
Development and preliminary validation of a scale to measure the psychological impact of returning to sport following anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction surgery.
Kate. Webster;Julian Ashley. Feller;Christina. Lambros.
Physical Therapy in Sport (2008)
Psychological responses matter in returning to preinjury level of sport after anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction surgery.
Clare L. Ardern;Nicholas F. Taylor;Julian A. Feller;Timothy S. Whitehead.
American Journal of Sports Medicine (2013)
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