Carolin Curtze
Carolin Curtze
Assistant Professor of Biomechanics, University of Nebraska at Omaha
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Levodopa Is a Double‐Edged Sword for Balance and Gait in People With Parkinson's Disease
C Curtze, JG Nutt, P Carlson‐Kuhta, M Mancini, FB Horak
Movement disorders 30 (10), 1361-1370, 2015
Comparative roll-over analysis of prosthetic feet
C Curtze, AL Hof, HG van Keeken, JPK Halbertsma, K Postema, B Otten
Journal of biomechanics 42 (11), 1746-1753, 2009
Over rough and smooth: amputee gait on an irregular surface
C Curtze, AL Hof, K Postema, B Otten
Gait & posture 33 (2), 292-296, 2011
The relative contributions of the prosthetic and sound limb to balance control in unilateral transtibial amputees
C Curtze, AL Hof, K Postema, B Otten
Gait & posture 36 (2), 276-281, 2012
Effects of lower limb amputation on the mental rotation of feet
C Curtze, B Otten, K Postema
Experimental brain research 201 (3), 527-534, 2010
Balance recovery after an evoked forward fall in unilateral transtibial amputees
C Curtze, AL Hof, B Otten, K Postema
Gait & Posture 32 (3), 336-341, 2010
Objective gait and balance impairments relate to balance confidence and perceived mobility in people with Parkinson disease
C Curtze, JG Nutt, P Carlson-Kuhta, M Mancini, FB Horak
Physical therapy 96 (11), 1734-1743, 2016
A stricter condition for standing balance after unexpected perturbations
AL Hof, C Curtze
Journal of biomechanics 49 (4), 580-585, 2016
Associations between mobility, cognition and callosal integrity in people with parkinsonism
BW Fling, ML Dale, C Curtze, K Smulders, JG Nutt, FB Horak
NeuroImage: Clinical 11, 415-422, 2016
Determining asymmetry of roll-over shapes in prosthetic walking
C Curtze, B Otten, AL Hof, K Postema
J Rehabil Res Dev 48 (10), 1249-60, 2011
Gait asymmetry in People With Parkinson’s Disease is linked to reduced integrity of callosal sensorimotor regions
BW Fling, C Curtze, FB Horak
Frontiers in neurology 9, 215, 2018
The narrow ridge balance test: a measure for one-leg lateral balance control
C Curtze, K Postema, HW Akkermans, B Otten, AL Hof
Gait & posture 32 (4), 627-631, 2010
Validity of Mobility Lab (version 2) for gait assessment in young adults, older adults and Parkinson’s disease
R Morris, S Stuart, G McBarron, PC Fino, M Mancini, C Curtze
Physiological measurement 40 (9), 095003, 2019
Gait stability has phase-dependent dual-task costs in Parkinson’s disease
PC Fino, M Mancini, C Curtze, JG Nutt, FB Horak
Frontiers in neurology 9, 373, 2018
Wearable inertial sensors allow for quantitative assessment of shoulder and elbow kinematics in a cadaveric knee arthroscopy model
M Rose, C Curtze, J O'Sullivan, M El-Gohary, D Crawford, D Friess, ...
Arthroscopy: The Journal of Arthroscopic & Related Surgery 33 (12), 2110-2116, 2017
Staying in dynamic balance on a prosthetic limb: A leg to stand on?
C Curtze, AL Hof, K Postema, B Otten
Medical Engineering & Physics 38 (6), 576-580, 2016
The impact of freezing of gait on balance perception and mobility in community-living with Parkinson’S disease
M Mancini, C Curtze, S Stuart, M El-Gohary, J McNames, JG Nutt, ...
2018 40th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in …, 2018
Comparative biomechanics of prosthetic feet
C Curtze, AL Hof, HG van Keeken, JPK Halbertsma, K Postema, B Otten
Gait & Posture, S40-S41, 2009
Hang over on a prosthetic leg
HG van Keeken, AH Vrieling, AL Hof, C Curtze, K Postema, B Otten
The 12th world congress of the international society for prosthetics and …, 2007
Quantity and quality of gait and turning in people with multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease and matched controls during daily living
VV Shah, J McNames, M Mancini, P Carlson-Kuhta, RI Spain, JG Nutt, ...
Journal of Neurology, 1-9, 2020
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