Catherine  M Dean
Catherine M Dean
Professor, Deputy Dean, Faculty of Medicine, Health and Human Sciences,
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Task-related circuit training improves performance of locomotor tasks in chronic stroke: a randomized, controlled pilot trial
CM Dean, CL Richards, F Malouin
Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation 81 (4), 409-417, 2000
Task-related training improves performance of seated reaching tasks after stroke: a randomized controlled trial
CM Dean, RB Shepherd
Stroke 28 (4), 722-728, 1997
A treadmill and overground walking program improves walking in persons residing in the community after stroke: a placebo-controlled, randomized trial
L Ada, CM Dean, JM Hall, J Bampton, S Crompton
Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation 84 (10), 1486-1491, 2003
Functional strength training in cerebral palsy: a pilot study of a group circuit training class for children aged 4–8 years
SW Blundell, RB Shepherd, CM Dean, RD Adams, BM Cahill
Clinical rehabilitation 17 (1), 48-57, 2003
Walking speed over 10 metres overestimates locomotor capacity after stroke
CM Dean, CL Richards, F Malouin
Clinical rehabilitation 15 (4), 415-421, 2001
Rehabilitation of reaching after stroke: task-related training versus progressive resistive exercise
GT Thielman, CM Dean, AM Gentile
Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation 85 (10), 1613-1618, 2004
Gait in stroke: assessment and rehabilitation
CL Richards, F Malouin, C Dean
Clinics in geriatric medicine 15 (4), 833-856, 1999
Effects of real and imagined training on voluntary muscle activation during maximal isometric contractions
RD Herbert, C Dean, SC Gandevia
Acta Physiologica Scandinavica 163 (4), 361-368, 1998
Exercise to enhance mobility and prevent falls after stroke: the community stroke club randomized trial
CM Dean, C Rissel, C Sherrington, M Sharkey, RG Cumming, SR Lord, ...
Neurorehabilitation and neural repair 26 (9), 1046-1057, 2012
Motor assessment scale scores as a measure of rehabilitation outcome following stroke
C Dean, F Mackey
Australian Journal of Physiotherapy 38 (1), 31-35, 1992
Sitting balance I: trunk–arm coordination and the contribution of the lower limbs during self-paced reaching in sitting
C Dean, R Shepherd, R Adams
Gait & posture 10 (2), 135-146, 1999
Physiotherapy in stroke rehabilitation: bases for Australian physiotherapists’ choice of treatment
JH Carr, SF Mungovan, RB Shepherd, CM Dean, LA Nordholm
Physiotherapy Theory and Practice 10 (4), 201-209, 1994
Randomized trial of treadmill walking with body weight support to establish walking in subacute stroke: the MOBILISE trial
L Ada, CM Dean, ME Morris, JM Simpson, P Katrak
Stroke 41 (6), 1237-1242, 2010
Mechanically assisted walking with body weight support results in more independent walking than assisted overground walking in non-ambulatory patients early after stroke: a …
L Ada, CM Dean, J Vargas, S Ennis
Journal of physiotherapy 56 (3), 153-161, 2010
Treadmill training is effective for ambulatory adults with stroke: a systematic review
JC Polese, L Ada, CM Dean, LR Nascimento, LF Teixeira-Salmela
Journal of physiotherapy 59 (2), 73-80, 2013
Sitting training early after stroke improves sitting ability and quality and carries over to standing up but not to walking: a randomised controlled trial
CM Dean, EF Channon, JM Hall
Australian Journal of Physiotherapy 53 (2), 97-102, 2007
Treadmill walking with body weight support in subacute non-ambulatory stroke improves walking capacity more than overground walking: a randomised trial
CM Dean, L Ada, J Bampton, ME Morris, PH Katrak, S Potts
Journal of physiotherapy 56 (2), 97-103, 2010
Examination of shoulder positioning after stroke: a randomised controlled pilot trial
CM Dean, FH Mackey, P Katrak
Australian Journal of Physiotherapy 46 (1), 35-40, 2000
Recommendations for prioritization, treatment, and triage of breast cancer patients during the COVID-19 pandemic. the COVID-19 pandemic breast cancer consortium
JR Dietz, MS Moran, SJ Isakoff, SH Kurtzman, SC Willey, HJ Burstein, ...
Breast cancer research and treatment 181 (3), 487, 2020
Biofeedback improves activities of the lower limb after stroke: a systematic review
R Stanton, L Ada, CM Dean, E Preston
Journal of physiotherapy 57 (3), 145-155, 2011
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