Catherine  M Dean
Catherine M Dean
Professor, Deputy Dean, Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, Head Department of Health
Verified email at mq.edu.au
TitleCited byYear
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
7022000
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
4681997
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
3962003
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
2692003
Walking speed over 10 metres overestimates locomotor capacity after stroke
CM Dean, CL Richards, F Malouin
Clinical Rehabilitation 15 (4), 415-421, 2001
2372001
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
2052004
Gait in stroke: assessment and rehabilitation
CL Richards, F Malouin, C Dean
Clinics in geriatric medicine 15 (4), 833-856, 1999
1721999
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
1491998
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
1241992
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
1101994
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
1091999
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
962012
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
922010
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
912013
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
912000
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
902010
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
862010
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
862007
Evaluation of spasticity in children with cerebral palsy using Ashworth and Tardieu Scales compared with laboratory measures
AAA Alhusaini, CM Dean, J Crosbie, RB Shepherd, J Lewis
Journal of child neurology 25 (10), 1242-1247, 2010
712010
The strength of the ankle dorsiflexors has a significant contribution to walking speed in people who can walk independently after stroke: an observational study
S Dorsch, L Ada, CG Canning, M Al-Zharani, C Dean
Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation 93 (6), 1072-1076, 2012
692012
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