Kristan A. Leech
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High-intensity locomotor exercise increases brain-derived neurotrophic factor in individuals with incomplete spinal cord injury
A LeechKristan, HT George
Journal of neurotrauma, 2017
Potential contributions of training intensity on locomotor performance in individuals with chronic stroke
CL Holleran, KS Rodriguez, A Echauz, KA Leech, TG Hornby
Journal of Neurologic Physical Therapy 39 (2), 95-102, 2015
Updates in motor learning: implications for physical therapist practice and education
KA Leech, RT Roemmich, J Gordon, DS Reisman, KM Cherry-Allen
Physical therapy 102 (1), pzab250, 2022
Effects of locomotor exercise intensity on gait performance in individuals with incomplete spinal cord injury
KA Leech, CR Kinnaird, CL Holleran, J Kahn, TG Hornby
Physical therapy 96 (12), 1919-1929, 2016
Feasibility of focused stepping practice during inpatient rehabilitation poststroke and potential contributions to mobility outcomes
TG Hornby, CL Holleran, AL Leddy, P Hennessy, KA Leech, M Connolly, ...
Neurorehabilitation and neural repair 29 (10), 923-932, 2015
Accelerating locomotor savings in learning: compressing four training days to one
KA Day, KA Leech, RT Roemmich, AJ Bastian
Journal of neurophysiology 119 (6), 2100-2113, 2018
Trading symmetry for energy cost during walking in healthy adults and persons poststroke
RT Roemmich, KA Leech, AJ Gonzalez, AJ Bastian
Neurorehabilitation and neural repair 33 (8), 602-613, 2019
Daily stepping in individuals with motor incomplete spinal cord injury
P Saraf, MR Rafferty, JL Moore, JH Kahn, K Hendron, K Leech, ...
Physical therapy 90 (2), 224-235, 2010
Effects of serotonergic medications on locomotor performance in humans with incomplete spinal cord injury
KA Leech, CR Kinnaird, TG Hornby
Journal of neurotrauma 31 (15), 1334-1342, 2014
Movement and perception recalibrate differently across multiple days of locomotor learning
KA Leech, KA Day, RT Roemmich, AJ Bastian
Journal of neurophysiology 120 (4), 2130-2137, 2018
Creating flexible motor memories in human walking
KA Leech, RT Roemmich, AJ Bastian
Scientific reports 8 (1), 94, 2018
Persons post-stroke improve step length symmetry by walking asymmetrically
P Padmanabhan, KS Rao, S Gulhar, KM Cherry-Allen, KA Leech, ...
Journal of neuroengineering and rehabilitation 17, 1-14, 2020
Item analysis of the berg balance scale in individuals with subacute and chronic stroke
D Straube, J Moore, K Leech, T George Hornby
Topics in stroke rehabilitation 20 (3), 241-249, 2013
Feasibility and utility of transcutaneous spinal cord stimulation combined with walking-based therapy for people with motor incomplete spinal cord injury
LV McHugh, AA Miller, KA Leech, C Salorio, RH Martin
Spinal Cord Series and Cases 6 (1), 104, 2020
Independent voluntary correction and savings in locomotor learning
KA Leech, RT Roemmich
Journal of Experimental Biology 221 (15), jeb181826, 2018
The capacity to learn new motor and perceptual calibrations develops concurrently in childhood
C Rossi, CW Chau, KA Leech, MA Statton, AJ Gonzalez, AJ Bastian
Scientific Reports 9 (1), 9322, 2019
Strategies to augment volitional and reflex function may improve locomotor capacity following incomplete spinal cord injury
KA Leech, HE Kim, TG Hornby
Journal of neurophysiology 119 (3), 894-903, 2018
Speed-dependent biomechanical changes vary across individual gait metrics post-stroke relative to neurotypical adults
SA Kettlety, JM Finley, DS Reisman, N Schweighofer, KA Leech
Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 20 (1), 14, 2023
Can the ARAT be used to measure arm function in people with cerebellar ataxia?
R Reoli, K Cherry-Allen, A Therrien, J Keller, K Leech, AL Whitt, A Bastian
Physical therapy 101 (2), pzaa203, 2021
Younger and Late Middle-Aged Adults Exhibit Different Patterns of Cognitive-Motor Interference During Locomotor Adaptation, With No Disruption of Savings
C Rossi, RT Roemmich, N Schweighofer, AJ Bastian, KA Leech
Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience 13, 729284, 2021
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