Publications

StepWatch Publications by Category:

Accuracy – 29 Criterion – 16 Arthritis – 11 Ataxia – 4 Cancer – 3 Cerebral Palsy – 17 Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) – 11 Intermittent Claudication – 4 Dementia – 2 Diabetes – 11 Geriatric – 11 Huntington’s Disease – 3 Joint Replacement – 10 Leprosy – 2 Limb salvage – 2 Multiple Sclerosis – 6 Muscular Dystrophy – 9 Normative – 36 Obesity – 19 Orthotics – 8 Parkinson’s disease – 5 Pediatrics – 30 Polio – 2 Prosthetics – 14 Spinal Cord Injury – 6 Spinal Stenosis – 3 Stroke – 28 Traumatic Brain Injury – 2 Other – 14


Accuracy

  1. Bassett DR, Jr., John D. Use of pedometers and accelerometers in clinical populations: validity and reliability issues. Physical Therapy Reviews 2010;15(3):135-142.
  2. Behrman AL, Lawless-Dixon AR, Davis SB, et al. Locomotor training progression and outcomes after incomplete spinal cord injury. Phys Ther 2005;85(12):1356-71.
  3. Bergman RJ, Bassett DR, Jr., Muthukrishnan S, Klein DA. Validity of 2 devices for measuring steps taken by older adults in assisted-living facilities. J Phys Act Health 2008;5 Suppl 1:S166-75.
  4. Bergman RJ, Spellman JW, Hall ME, Bergman SM. Is there a valid app for that? Validity of a free pedometer iPhone application. J Phys Act Health 2012;9(5):670-6.
  5. Bjornson KF, Yung D, Jacques K, et al. StepWatch stride counting: Accuracy, precision, and prediction of energy expenditure in children. J Pediatr Rehabil Med 2012;5(1):7-14.
  6. Browning MG. Accuracy of physical activity monitors in persons with class III obesity. http://trace.tennessee.edu/utk_gradthes/1280/: University of Tennessee; 2012.
  7. Busse ME, van Deursen RW, Wiles CM. Real-life step and activity measurement: reliability and validity. J Med Eng Technol 2009;33(1):33-41.
  8. Carr LJ, Mahar MT. Accuracy of intensity and inclinometer output of three activity monitors for identification of sedentary behavior and light-intensity activity. J Obes 2012;2012:460271.
  9. Cindy Ng LW, Jenkins S, Hill K. Accuracy and responsiveness of the stepwatch activity monitor and ActivPAL in patients with COPD when walking with and without a rollator. Disabil Rehabil 2012;34(15):1317-22.
  10. Coleman KL, Smith DG, Boone DA, et al. Step activity monitor: long-term, continuous recording of ambulatory function. J Rehabil Res Dev 1999;36(1):8-18.
  11. Downs J, Leonard H, Hill K. Initial assessment of the StepWatch Activity Monitor to measure walking activity in Rett syndrome. Disabil Rehabil 2012;34(12):1010-5.
  12. Feito Y, Bassett DR, Thompson DL, Tyo BM. Effects of body mass index on step count accuracy of physical activity monitors. J Phys Act Health 2012;9(4):594-600.
  13. Foster RC, Lanningham-Foster LM, Manohar C, et al. Precision and accuracy of an ankle-worn accelerometer-based pedometer in step counting and energy expenditure. Prev Med 2005;41(3-4):778-83.
  14. Fulk GD, Combs SA, Danks KA, et al. Accuracy of 2 activity monitors in detecting steps in people with stroke and traumatic brain injury. Phys Ther 2014;94(2):222-9.
  15. Haeuber E, Shaughnessy M, Forrester LW, et al. Accelerometer monitoring of home- and community-based ambulatory activity after stroke. Arch Phys Med Rehabil 2004;85(12):1997-2001.
  16. Hartsell H, Fitzpatrick D, Brand R, et al. Accuracy of a custom-designed activity monitor: implications for diabetic foot ulcer healing. J Rehabil Res Dev 2002;39(3):395-400.
  17. Karabulut M, Crouter SE, Bassett DR, Jr. Comparison of two waist-mounted and two ankle-mounted electronic pedometers. Eur J Appl Physiol 2005;95(4):335-43.
  18. Macko RF, Haeuber E, Shaughnessy M, et al. Microprocessor-based ambulatory activity monitoring in stroke patients. Med Sci Sports Exerc 2002;34(3):394-9.
  19. McDonald CM, Widman L, Abresch RT, et al. Utility of a step activity monitor for the measurement of daily ambulatory activity in children. Arch Phys Med Rehabil 2005;86(4):793-801.
  20. Mitre N, Lanningham-Foster L, Foster R, Levine JA. Pedometer accuracy for children: can we recommend them for our obese population? Pediatrics 2009;123(1):e127-31.
  21. Moy ML, Danilack VA, Weston NA, Garshick E. Daily step counts in a US cohort with COPD. Respir Med 2012;106(7):962-9.
  22. Mudge S, Stott NS, Walt SE. Criterion validity of the StepWatch Activity Monitor as a measure of walking activity in patients after stroke. Arch Phys Med Rehabil 2007;88(12):1710-5.
  23. Resnick B, Nahm ES, Orwig D, et al. Measurement of activity in older adults: reliability and validity of the Step Activity Monitor. J Nurs Meas 2001;9(3):275-90.
  24. Sandroff BM, Motl RW, Pilutti LA, et al. Accuracy of StepWatch and ActiGraph accelerometers for measuring steps taken among persons with multiple sclerosis. PLoS One 2014;9(4):e93511.
  25. Shepherd EF, Toloza E, McClung CD, Schmalzried TP. Step activity monitor: increased accuracy in quantifying ambulatory activity. J Orthop Res 1999;17(5):703-8.
  26. Storti KL, Pettee KK, Brach JS, et al. Gait speed and step-count monitor accuracy in community-dwelling older adults. Med Sci Sports Exerc 2008;40(1):59-64.
  27. van Schie CH, Noordhof EL, Busch-Westbroek TE, et al. Assessment of physical activity in people with diabetes and peripheral neuropathy. Diabetes Res Clin Pract 2011;92(1):e9-11.
  28. Warms C. Physical activity measurement in persons with chronic and disabling conditions: methods, strategies, and issues. Fam Community Health 2006;29(1 Suppl):78S-88S.
  29. Wendland DM, Sprigle SH. Activity monitor accuracy in persons using canes. J Rehabil Res Dev 2012;49(8):1261-8.

Criterion

  1. Fahey MC, Corben LA, Collins V, et al. The 25-foot walk velocity accurately measures real world ambulation in Friedreich ataxia. Neurology 2007;68(9):705-6.
  2. Feito Y, Bassett DR, Thompson DL. Evaluation of activity monitors in controlled and free-living environments. Med Sci Sports Exerc 2012;44(4):733-41.
  3. Feito Y, Garner HR, Bassett DR. Evaluation of ActiGraph’s Low-Frequency Filter in Lab and Free-living Environments. Med Sci Sports Exerc 2014.
  4. Franklin PD, McLaughlin J, Boisvert CB, et al. Pilot study of methods to document quantity and variation of independent patient exercise and activity after total knee arthroplasty. J Arthroplasty 2006;21(6 Suppl 2):157-63.
  5. Fulk GD, Reynolds C, Mondal S, Deutsch JE. Predicting home and community walking activity in people with stroke. Arch Phys Med Rehabil 2010;91(10):1582-6.
  6. Haeuber E, Shaughnessy M, Forrester LW, et al. Accelerometer monitoring of home- and community-based ambulatory activity after stroke. Arch Phys Med Rehabil 2004;85(12):1997-2001.
  7. Manns PJ, Haennel RG. SenseWear Armband and Stroke: Validity of Energy Expenditure and Step Count Measurement during Walking. Stroke Res Treat 2012;2012:247165.
  8. Mudge S, Stott NS. Timed walking tests correlate with daily step activity in persons with stroke. Arch Phys Med Rehabil 2009;90(2):296-301.
  9. Raffin E, Bonnet S, Giraux P. Concurrent validation of a magnetometer-based step counter in various walking surfaces. Gait Posture 2012;35(1):18-22.
  10. Silcott NA, Bassett DR, Jr., Thompson DL, et al. Evaluation of the Omron HJ-720ITC pedometer under free-living conditions. Med Sci Sports Exerc 2011;43(9):1791-7.
  11. Silva M, Shepherd EF, Jackson WO, et al. Average patient walking activity approaches 2 million cycles per year: pedometers under-record walking activity. J Arthroplasty 2002;17(6):693-7.
  12. Stepien JM, Cavenett S, Taylor L, Crotty M. Activity levels among lower-limb amputees: self-report versus step activity monitor. Arch Phys Med Rehabil 2007;88(7):896-900.
  13. Thurn J, Finne E, Brandes M, Bucksch J. Validation of physical activity habit strength with subjective and objective criterion measures. Psychology of Sport and Exercise 2014;15:65-71.
  14. Tyo BM, Bassett DR, Jr., Coe DP, et al. Effect of BMI on pedometers in early adolescents under free-living conditions. Med Sci Sports Exerc 2013;45(3):569-73.
  15. Tyo BM, Fitzhugh EC, Bassett DR, Jr., et al. Effects of body mass index and step rate on pedometer error in a free-living environment. Med Sci Sports Exerc 2011;43(2):350-6.
  16. Wollmerstedt N, Noth U, Ince A, et al. The Daily Activity Questionnaire: a novel questionnaire to assess patient activity after total hip arthroplasty. J Arthroplasty 2010;25(3):475-480 e1-3.

Arthritis

  1. Brandes M, Schomaker R, Mollenhoff G, Rosenbaum D. Quantity versus quality of gait and quality of life in patients with osteoarthritis. Gait Posture 2008;28(1):74-9.
  2. Hahn ME, Wright ES, Segal AD, et al. Comparative gait analysis of ankle arthrodesis and arthroplasty: initial findings of a prospective study. Foot Ankle Int 2012;33(4):282-9.
  3. Harris-Hayes M, Steger-May K, Pashos G, et al. Stride activity level in young and middle-aged adults with hip disorders. Physiother Theory Pract 2012;28(5):333-43.
  4. Segal AD, Shofer J, Hahn ME, et al. Functional limitations associated with end-stage ankle arthritis. J Bone Joint Surg Am 2012;94(9):777-83.
  5. Wallis JA, Webster KE, Levinger P, Taylor NF. What proportion of people with hip and knee osteoarthritis meet physical activity guidelines? A systematic review and meta-analysis. Osteoarthritis Cartilage 2013;21(11):1648-59.
  6. White DK, Keysor JJ, Neogi T, et al. When it hurts, a positive attitude may help: association of positive affect with daily walking in knee osteoarthritis. Results from a multicenter longitudinal cohort study. Arthritis Care Res (Hoboken) 2012;64(9):1312-9.
  7. White DK, Neogi T, Zhang Y, et al. The association of obesity with walking independent of knee pain: the multicenter osteoarthritis study. J Obes 2012;2012:261974.
  8. White DK, Tudor-Locke C, Felson DT, et al. Do radiographic disease and pain account for why people with or at high risk of knee osteoarthritis do not meet physical activity guidelines? Arthritis Rheum 2013;65(1):139-47.
  9. White DK, Tudor-Locke C, Felson DT, et al. Walking to meet physical activity guidelines in knee osteoarthritis: is 10,000 steps enough? Arch Phys Med Rehabil 2013;94(4):711-7.
  10. Winter CC, Brandes M, Muller C, et al. Walking ability during daily life in patients with osteoarthritis of the knee or the hip and lumbar spinal stenosis: a cross sectional study. BMC Musculoskelet Disord 2010;11:233.
  11. Wollmerstedt N, Noth U, Ince A, et al. The Daily Activity Questionnaire: a novel questionnaire to assess patient activity after total hip arthroplasty. J Arthroplasty 2010;25(3):475-480 e1-3.

Ataxia

  1. Fahey MC, Corben LA, Collins V, et al. The 25-foot walk velocity accurately measures real world ambulation in Friedreich ataxia. Neurology 2007;68(9):705-6.
  2. Freund JE, Stetts DM. Continued recovery in an adult with cerebellar ataxia. Physiother Theory Pract 2013;29(2):150-8.
  3. Nolan KJ, Yarossi M, Ramanujam A. Measuring ambulation in adults with central neurologic disorders. Phys Med Rehabil Clin N Am 2013;24(2):247-63.
  4. Subramony SH, Kedar S, Murray E, et al. Objective home-based gait assessment in spinocerebellar ataxia. J Neurol Sci 2012;313(1-2):95-8.

Cancer

  1. Knols RH, de Bruin ED, Aufdemkampe G, et al. Reliability of ambulatory walking activity in patients with hematologic malignancies. Arch Phys Med Rehabil 2009;90(1):58-65.
  2. Winter C, Muller C, Brandes M, et al. Level of activity in children undergoing cancer treatment. Pediatr Blood Cancer 2009;53(3):438-43.
  3. Winter CC, Muller C, Hardes J, et al. The effect of individualized exercise interventions during treatment in pediatric patients with a malignant bone tumor. Support Care Cancer 2013;21(6):1629-36.

Cerebral Palsy

  1. Balemans AC, van Wely L, Middelweerd A, et al. Daily stride rate activity and heart rate response in children with cerebral palsy. J Rehabil Med 2014;46(1):45-50.
  2. Bjornson KF, Belza B, Kartin D, et al. The relationship of physical activity to health status and quality of life in cerebral palsy. Pediatr Phys Ther 2008;20(3):247-53.
  3. Bjornson KF, Belza B, Kartin D, et al. Ambulatory physical activity performance in youth with cerebral palsy and youth who are developing typically. Physical Therapy 2007;87(3):248-57; discussion 257-260.
  4. Bjornson KF, Song K, Zhou C, et al. Walking stride rate patterns in children and youth. Pediatr Phys Ther 2011;23(4):354-63.
  5. Bjornson KF, Zhou C, Stevenson R, et al. Walking activity patterns in youth with cerebral palsy and youth developing typically. Disabil Rehabil 2013.
  6. Bjornson KF, Zhou C, Stevenson R, Christakis DA. Capacity to Participation in Cerebral Palsy: Evidence of an Indirect Path Via Performance. Arch Phys Med Rehabil 2013.
  7. Capio CM, Sit CH, Abernethy B, Rotor ER. Physical activity measurement instruments for children with cerebral palsy: a systematic review. Dev Med Child Neurol 2010;52(10):908-16.
  8. Christy JB, Chapman CG, Murphy P. The effect of intense physical therapy for children with cerebral palsy. J Pediatr Rehabil Med 2012;5(3):159-70.
  9. Clanchy KM, Tweedy SM, Boyd R. Measurement of habitual physical activity performance in adolescents with cerebral palsy: a systematic review. Dev Med Child Neurol 2011;53(6):499-505.
  10. Ishikawa S, Kang M, Bjornson KF, Song K. Reliably measuring ambulatory activity levels of children and adolescents with cerebral palsy. Arch Phys Med Rehabil 2013;94(1):132-7.
  11. Keawutan P, Bell K, Davies PS, Boyd RN. Systematic review of the relationship between habitual physical activity and motor capacity in children with cerebral palsy. Res Dev Disabil 2014;35(6):1301-9.
  12. Nolan KJ, Yarossi M, Ramanujam A. Measuring ambulation in adults with central neurologic disorders. Phys Med Rehabil Clin N Am 2013;24(2):247-63.
  13. Oftedal S, Bell KL, Mitchell LE, et al. A systematic review of the clinimetric properties of habitual physical activity measures in young children with a motor disability. Int J Pediatr 2012;2012:976425.
  14. Van Wely L, Becher JG, Balemans AC, Dallmeijer AJ. Ambulatory activity of children with cerebral palsy: which characteristics are important? Dev Med Child Neurol 2012.
  15. Van Wely L, Becher JG, Reinders-Messelink HA, et al. LEARN 2 MOVE 7-12 years: a randomized controlled trial on the effects of a physical activity stimulation program in children with cerebral palsy. BMC Pediatr 2010;10:77.
  16. Van Wely L, Dallmeijer AJ, Balemans AC, et al. Walking activity of children with cerebral palsy and children developing typically: a comparison between the Netherlands and the United States. Disabil Rehabil 2014.
  17. Yang JF, Livingstone D, Brunton K, et al. Training to enhance walking in children with cerebral palsy: are we missing the window of opportunity? Semin Pediatr Neurol 2013;20(2):106-15.

Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)

  1. Cindy Ng LW, Jenkins S, Hill K. Accuracy and responsiveness of the stepwatch activity monitor and ActivPAL in patients with COPD when walking with and without a rollator. Disabil Rehabil 2012;34(15):1317-22.
  2. Danilack VA, Weston NA, Richardson CR, et al. Reasons Persons with COPD Do Not Walk and Relationship with Daily Step Count. COPD 2014;11(3):290-9.
  3. Moy ML, Danilack VA, Weston NA, Garshick E. Daily step counts in a US cohort with COPD. Respir Med 2012;106(7):962-9.
  4. Moy ML, Teylan M, Danilack VA, et al. An Index of Daily Step Count and Systemic Inflammation Predicts Clinical Outcomes in Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease. Ann Am Thorac Soc 2013.
  5. Moy ML, Teylan M, Danilack VA, et al. An index of daily step count and systemic inflammation predicts clinical outcomes in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. Ann Am Thorac Soc 2014;11(2):149-57.
  6. Moy ML, Teylan M, Weston NA, et al. Daily step count is associated with plasma C-reactive protein and IL-6 in a US cohort with COPD. Chest 2014;145(3):542-50.
  7. Moy ML, Teylan M, Weston NA, et al. Daily step count predicts acute exacerbations in a US cohort with COPD. PLoS One 2013;8(4):e60400.
  8. Nguyen HQ, Burr RL, Gill DP, Coleman K. Validation of the StepWatch device for measurement of free-living ambulatory activity in patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. J Nurs Meas 2011;19(2):76-90.
  9. Nguyen HQ, Fan VS, Herting J, et al. Patients with COPD with higher levels of anxiety are more physically active. Chest 2013;144(1):145-51.
  10. Nguyen HQ, Steele BG, Dougherty CM, Burr RL. Physical activity patterns of patients with cardiopulmonary illnesses. Arch Phys Med Rehabil 2012;93(12):2360-6.
  11. Pitta F, Troosters T, Probst VS, et al. Quantifying physical activity in daily life with questionnaires and motion sensors in COPD. Eur Respir J 2006;27(5):1040-55.

Intermittent Claudication

  1. Gardner AW, Montgomery PS, Scott KJ, et al. Patterns of ambulatory activity in subjects with and without intermittent claudication. J Vasc Surg 2007;46(6):1208-14.
  2. Gardner AW, Montgomery PS, Scott KJ, et al. Association between daily ambulatory activity patterns and exercise performance in patients with intermittent claudication. J Vasc Surg 2008;48(5):1238-44.
  3. Gardner AW, Parker DE, Montgomery PS, et al. Gender differences in daily ambulatory activity patterns in patients with intermittent claudication. J Vasc Surg 2010;52(5):1204-10.
  4. Gardner AW, Parker DE, Montgomery PS, et al. Efficacy of quantified home-based exercise and supervised exercise in patients with intermittent claudication: a randomized controlled trial. Circulation 2011;123(5):491-8.

Dementia

  1. Algase DL. What’s new about wandering behaviour? An assessment of recent studies. Int J Older People Nurs 2006;1(4):226-34.
  2. Algase DL, Beattie ER, Leitsch SA, Beel-Bates CA. Biomechanical activity devices to index wandering behavior in dementia. Am J Alzheimers Dis Other Demen 2003;18(2):85-92.

Diabetes

  1. Brandes M, Schomaker R, Mollenhoff G, Rosenbaum D. Quantity versus quality of gait and quality of life in patients with osteoarthritis. Gait Posture 2008;28(1):74-9.
  2. Hahn ME, Wright ES, Segal AD, et al. Comparative gait analysis of ankle arthrodesis and arthroplasty: initial findings of a prospective study. Foot Ankle Int 2012;33(4):282-9.
  3. Harris-Hayes M, Steger-May K, Pashos G, et al. Stride activity level in young and middle-aged adults with hip disorders. Physiother Theory Pract 2012;28(5):333-43.
  4. Segal AD, Shofer J, Hahn ME, et al. Functional limitations associated with end-stage ankle arthritis. J Bone Joint Surg Am 2012;94(9):777-83.
  5. Wallis JA, Webster KE, Levinger P, Taylor NF. What proportion of people with hip and knee osteoarthritis meet physical activity guidelines? A systematic review and meta-analysis. Osteoarthritis Cartilage 2013;21(11):1648-59.
  6. White DK, Keysor JJ, Neogi T, et al. When it hurts, a positive attitude may help: association of positive affect with daily walking in knee osteoarthritis. Results from a multicenter longitudinal cohort study. Arthritis Care Res (Hoboken) 2012;64(9):1312-9.
  7. White DK, Neogi T, Zhang Y, et al. The association of obesity with walking independent of knee pain: the multicenter osteoarthritis study. J Obes 2012;2012:261974.
  8. White DK, Tudor-Locke C, Felson DT, et al. Do radiographic disease and pain account for why people with or at high risk of knee osteoarthritis do not meet physical activity guidelines? Arthritis Rheum 2013;65(1):139-47.
  9. White DK, Tudor-Locke C, Felson DT, et al. Walking to meet physical activity guidelines in knee osteoarthritis: is 10,000 steps enough? Arch Phys Med Rehabil 2013;94(4):711-7.
  10. Winter CC, Brandes M, Muller C, et al. Walking ability during daily life in patients with osteoarthritis of the knee or the hip and lumbar spinal stenosis: a cross sectional study. BMC Musculoskelet Disord 2010;11:233.
  11. Wollmerstedt N, Noth U, Ince A, et al. The Daily Activity Questionnaire: a novel questionnaire to assess patient activity after total hip arthroplasty. J Arthroplasty 2010;25(3):475-480 e1-3.

Geriatric

  1. Cavanaugh JT, Kochi N, Stergiou N. Nonlinear analysis of ambulatory activity patterns in community-dwelling older adults. J Gerontol A Biol Sci Med Sci 2010;65(2):197-203.
  2. Cress ME, Orini S, Kinsler L. Living environment and mobility of older adults. Gerontology 2011;57(3):287-94.
  3. Laybourne AH, Biggs S, Martin FC. Predicting habitual physical activity using coping strategies in older fallers engaged in falls-prevention exercise. J Aging Phys Act 2011;19(3):189-200.
  4. Ostir GV, Berges IM, Kuo YF, et al. Mobility activity and its value as a prognostic indicator of survival in hospitalized older adults. J Am Geriatr Soc 2013;61(4):551-7.
  5. Resnick B, Nahm ES, Orwig D, et al. Measurement of activity in older adults: reliability and validity of the Step Activity Monitor. J Nurs Meas 2001;9(3):275-90.
  6. Roos MA, Rudolph KS, Reisman DS. The structure of walking activity in people after stroke compared with older adults without disability: a cross-sectional study. Phys Ther 2012;92(9):1141-7.
  7. Storti KL, Pettee Gabriel KK, Underwood DA, et al. Physical activity and coronary artery calcification in two cohorts of women representing early and late postmenopause. Menopause 2010.
  8. Storti KL, Pettee KK, Brach JS, et al. Gait speed and step-count monitor accuracy in community-dwelling older adults. Med Sci Sports Exerc 2008;40(1):59-64.
  9. Taraldsen K, Chastin SF, Riphagen, II, et al. Physical activity monitoring by use of accelerometer-based body-worn sensors in older adults: a systematic literature review of current knowledge and applications. Maturitas 2012;71(1):13-9.
  10. Timmerman KL, Dhanani S, Glynn EL, et al. A moderate acute increase in physical activity enhances nutritive flow and the muscle protein anabolic response to mixed nutrient intake in older adults. Am J Clin Nutr 2012;95(6):1403-12.
  11. Zalewski KR, Smith JC, Malzahn J, et al. Measures of physical ability are unrelated to objectively measured physical activity behavior in older adults residing in continuing care retirement communities. Arch Phys Med Rehabil 2009;90(6):982-6.

Huntington’s Disease

  1. Busse ME, Wiles CM, Rosser AE. Mobility and falls in people with Huntington’s disease. J Neurol Neurosurg Psychiatry 2009;80(1):88-90.
  2. Khalil H, Quinn L, van Deursen R, et al. What effect does a structured home-based exercise programme have on people with Huntington’s disease? A randomized, controlled pilot study. Clin Rehabil 2013;27(7):646-58.
  3. Nolan KJ, Yarossi M, Ramanujam A. Measuring ambulation in adults with central neurologic disorders. Phys Med Rehabil Clin N Am 2013;24(2):247-63.

Joint Replacement

  1. Bedard NA, Callaghan JJ, Liu SS, et al. Cementless THA for the treatment of osteonecrosis at 10-year follow-up: have we improved compared to cemented THA? J Arthroplasty 2013;28(7):1192-9.
  2. Bernthal NM, Greenberg M, Heberer K, et al. What Are the Functional Outcomes of Endoprosthestic Reconstructions After Tumor Resection? Clin Orthop Relat Res 2014.
  3. Brandes M, Schomaker R, Mollenhoff G, Rosenbaum D. Quantity versus quality of gait and quality of life in patients with osteoarthritis. Gait Posture 2008;28(1):74-9.
  4. Franklin PD, McLaughlin J, Boisvert CB, et al. Pilot study of methods to document quantity and variation of independent patient exercise and activity after total knee arthroplasty. J Arthroplasty 2006;21(6 Suppl 2):157-63.
  5. Hahn ME, Wright ES, Segal AD, et al. Comparative gait analysis of ankle arthrodesis and arthroplasty: initial findings of a prospective study. Foot Ankle Int 2012;33(4):282-9.
  6. Kuhn M, Harris-Hayes M, Steger-May K, et al. Total hip arthroplasty in patients 50 years or less: do we improve activity profiles? J Arthroplasty 2013;28(5):872-6.
  7. Schmalzried TP. Patient activity and hip wear. Semin Arthro 2012;23:193-196.
  8. Schmalzried TP, Shepherd EF, Dorey FJ, et al. The John Charnley Award. Wear is a function of use, not time. Clin Orthop Relat Res 2000(381):36-46.
  9. Silva M, Shepherd EF, Jackson WO, et al. Average patient walking activity approaches 2 million cycles per year: pedometers under-record walking activity. J Arthroplasty 2002;17(6):693-7.
  10. Wollmerstedt N, Noth U, Ince A, et al. The Daily Activity Questionnaire: a novel questionnaire to assess patient activity after total hip arthroplasty. J Arthroplasty 2010;25(3):475-480 e1-3.

Leprosy

  1. Slim FJ, Keukenkamp R, van Schie CH, et al. Foot impairments and limitations in walking activities in people affected by leprosy. J Rehabil Med 2011;43(1):32-8.
  2. van Schie CH, Slim FJ, Keukenkamp R, et al. Plantar pressure and daily cumulative stress in persons affected by leprosy with current, previous and no previous foot ulceration. Gait Posture 2013;37(3):326-30.

Limb salvage

  1. Rosenbaum D, Brandes M, Hardes J, et al. Physical activity levels after limb salvage surgery are not related to clinical scores-objective activity assessment in 22 patients after malignant bone tumor treatment with modular prostheses. J Surg Oncol 2008;98(2):97-100.
  2. Sheiko M, Bjornson K, Lisle J, et al. Physical activity assessment in adolescents with limb salvage. J Pediatr 2012;161(6):1138-41.

Multiple Sclerosis

  1. Busse ME, Pearson OR, Van Deursen R, Wiles CM. Quantified measurement of activity provides insight into motor function and recovery in neurological disease. J Neurol Neurosurg Psychiatry 2004;75(6):884-8.
  2. Filipovic Grcic P, Matijaca M, Bilic I, et al. Correlation analysis of visual analogue scale and measures of walking ability in multiple sclerosis patients. Acta Neurol Belg 2013.
  3. McDonald CM. Physical activity, health impairments, and disability in neuromuscular disease. Am J Phys Med Rehabil 2002;81(11 Suppl):S108-20.
  4. Motl RW, Sandroff BM, Sosnoff JJ. Commercially available accelerometry as an ecologically valid measure of ambulation in individuals with multiple sclerosis. Expert Rev Neurother 2012;12(9):1079-88.
  5. Nolan KJ, Yarossi M, Ramanujam A. Measuring ambulation in adults with central neurologic disorders. Phys Med Rehabil Clin N Am 2013;24(2):247-63.
  6. Sandroff BM, Motl RW, Pilutti LA, et al. Accuracy of StepWatch and ActiGraph accelerometers for measuring steps taken among persons with multiple sclerosis. PLoS One 2014;9(4):e93511.

Muscular Dystrophy

  1. Busse ME, Pearson OR, Van Deursen R, Wiles CM. Quantified measurement of activity provides insight into motor function and recovery in neurological disease. J Neurol Neurosurg Psychiatry 2004;75(6):884-8.
  2. Busse ME, Wiles CM, van Deursen RW. Community walking activity in neurological disorders with leg weakness. J Neurol Neurosurg Psychiatry 2006;77(3):359-62.
  3. Davidson ZE, Ryan MM, Kornberg AJ, et al. Strong Correlation Between the 6-Minute Walk Test and Accelerometry Functional Outcomes in Boys With Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy. J Child Neurol 2014.
  4. Govoni A, Magri F, Brajkovic S, et al. Ongoing therapeutic trials and outcome measures for Duchenne muscular dystrophy. Cell Mol Life Sci 2013;70(23):4585-602.
  5. McDonald CM. Physical activity, health impairments, and disability in neuromuscular disease. Am J Phys Med Rehabil 2002;81(11 Suppl):S108-20.
  6. McDonald CM, Widman LM, Walsh DD, et al. Use of step activity monitoring for continuous physical activity assessment in boys with Duchenne muscular dystrophy. Arch Phys Med Rehabil 2005;86(4):802-8.
  7. Nolan KJ, Yarossi M, Ramanujam A. Measuring ambulation in adults with central neurologic disorders. Phys Med Rehabil Clin N Am 2013;24(2):247-63.
  8. Oftedal S, Bell KL, Mitchell LE, et al. A systematic review of the clinimetric properties of habitual physical activity measures in young children with a motor disability. Int J Pediatr 2012;2012:976425.
  9. Wiles CM, Busse ME, Sampson CM, et al. Falls and stumbles in myotonic dystrophy. J Neurol Neurosurg Psychiatry 2006;77(3):393-6.

Normative

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Obesity

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  11. Kong KL, Campbell CG, Foster RC, et al. A pilot walking program promotes moderate-intensity physical activity during pregnancy. Med Sci Sports Exerc 2014;46(3):462-71.
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  17. Tyo BM, Bassett DR, Jr., Coe DP, et al. Effect of BMI on pedometers in early adolescents under free-living conditions. Med Sci Sports Exerc 2013;45(3):569-73.
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  19. White DK, Neogi T, Zhang Y, et al. The association of obesity with walking independent of knee pain: the multicenter osteoarthritis study. J Obes 2012;2012:261974.

Orthotics

  1. Ayyappa E, Craig D, Christensen E, Worden H. Infusing Cutting Edge Technology Into Everyday Orthotic and Prosthetic Clinical Care. J Prosth Orthot 2010;22(1):2-10.
  2. Bus SA, Waaijman R, Nollet F. New monitoring technology to objectively assess adherence to prescribed footwear and assistive devices during ambulatory activity. Arch Phys Med Rehabil 2012;93(11):2075-9.
  3. Hartsell H, Fitzpatrick D, Brand R, et al. Accuracy of a custom-designed activity monitor: implications for diabetic foot ulcer healing. J Rehabil Res Dev 2002;39(3):395-400.
  4. Kluding PM, Dunning K, O’Dell MW, et al. Foot drop stimulation versus ankle foot orthosis after stroke: 30-week outcomes. Stroke 2013;44(6):1660-9.
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  6. Muller C, Fuchs K, Winter C, et al. Prospective evaluation of physical activity in patients with idiopathic scoliosis or kyphosis receiving brace treatment. Eur Spine J 2011;20(7):1127-36.
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  8. Waaijman R, de Haart M, Arts ML, et al. Risk factors for plantar foot ulcer recurrence in neuropathic diabetic patients. Diabetes Care 2014;37(6):1697-705.

Parkinson’s disease

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  2. Busse ME, Wiles CM, van Deursen RW. Community walking activity in neurological disorders with leg weakness. J Neurol Neurosurg Psychiatry 2006;77(3):359-62.
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  5. Nolan KJ, Yarossi M, Ramanujam A. Measuring ambulation in adults with central neurologic disorders. Phys Med Rehabil Clin N Am 2013;24(2):247-63.

Pediatrics

  1. Balemans AC, van Wely L, Middelweerd A, et al. Daily stride rate activity and heart rate response in children with cerebral palsy. J Rehabil Med 2014;46(1):45-50.
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  5. Bjornson KF, Song K, Zhou C, et al. Walking stride rate patterns in children and youth. Pediatr Phys Ther 2011;23(4):354-63.
  6. Bjornson KF, Yung D, Jacques K, et al. StepWatch stride counting: Accuracy, precision, and prediction of energy expenditure in children. J Pediatr Rehabil Med 2012;5(1):7-14.
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  16. McDonald CM, Widman L, Abresch RT, et al. Utility of a step activity monitor for the measurement of daily ambulatory activity in children. Arch Phys Med Rehabil 2005;86(4):793-801.
  17. McDonald CM, Widman LM, Walsh DD, et al. Use of step activity monitoring for continuous physical activity assessment in boys with Duchenne muscular dystrophy. Arch Phys Med Rehabil 2005;86(4):802-8.
  18. Mitre N, Lanningham-Foster L, Foster R, Levine JA. Pedometer accuracy for children: can we recommend them for our obese population? Pediatrics 2009;123(1):e127-31.
  19. O’Donovan C, Roche EF, Hussey J. The energy cost of playing active video games in children with obesity and children of a healthy weight. Pediatr Obes 2013.
  20. Oftedal S, Bell KL, Mitchell LE, et al. A systematic review of the clinimetric properties of habitual physical activity measures in young children with a motor disability. Int J Pediatr 2012;2012:976425.
  21. Orendurff MS, Do VK, Newman C, Williams A. How Children Walk: Bout Length during Real-World Locomotor Behavior. International Journal of Exercise Science 2010;4(1):1-2.
  22. Short KR, Pratt LV, Teague AM, et al. Postprandial improvement in insulin sensitivity after a single exercise session in adolescents with low aerobic fitness and physical activity. Pediatr Diabetes 2013;14(2):129-37.
  23. Song KM, Bjornson KF, Cappello T, Coleman K. Use of the StepWatch activity monitor for characterization of normal activity levels of children. J Pediatr Orthop 2006;26(2):245-9.
  24. Tyo BM, Bassett DR, Jr., Coe DP, et al. Effect of BMI on pedometers in early adolescents under free-living conditions. Med Sci Sports Exerc 2013;45(3):569-73.
  25. Van Wely L, Becher JG, Balemans AC, Dallmeijer AJ. Ambulatory activity of children with cerebral palsy: which characteristics are important? Dev Med Child Neurol 2012.
  26. Van Wely L, Becher JG, Reinders-Messelink HA, et al. LEARN 2 MOVE 7-12 years: a randomized controlled trial on the effects of a physical activity stimulation program in children with cerebral palsy. BMC Pediatr 2010;10:77.
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  30. Yang JF, Livingstone D, Brunton K, et al. Training to enhance walking in children with cerebral palsy: are we missing the window of opportunity? Semin Pediatr Neurol 2013;20(2):106-15.

Polio

  1. Klein MG, Braitman LE, Costello R, et al. Actual and perceived activity levels in polio survivors and older controls: a longitudinal study. Arch Phys Med Rehabil 2008;89(2):297-303.
  2. Koopman FS, Beelen A, Gerrits KH, et al. Exercise therapy and cognitive behavioural therapy to improve fatigue, daily activity performance and quality of life in postpoliomyelitis syndrome: the protocol of the FACTS-2-PPS trial. BMC Neurol 2010;10:8.

Prosthetics

  1. Ayyappa E, Craig D, Christensen E, Worden H. Infusing Cutting Edge Technology Into Everyday Orthotic and Prosthetic Clinical Care. J Prosth Orthot 2010;22(1):2-10.
  2. Berge JS, Czerniecki JM, Klute GK. Efficacy of shock-absorbing versus rigid pylons for impact reduction in transtibial amputees based on laboratory, field, and outcome metrics. J Rehabil Res Dev 2005;42(6):795-808.
  3. Carmona GA, Lacraz A, Assal M. [Walking activity in prosthesis-bearing lower-limb amputees]. Rev Chir Orthop Reparatrice Appar Mot 2007;93(2):109-15.
  4. Coleman KL, Boone DA, Laing LS, et al. Quantification of prosthetic outcomes: elastomeric gel liner with locking pin suspension versus polyethylene foam liner with neoprene sleeve suspension. J Rehabil Res Dev 2004;41(4):591-602.
  5. Coleman KL, Smith DG, Boone DA, et al. Step activity monitor: long-term, continuous recording of ambulatory function. J Rehabil Res Dev 1999;36(1):8-18.
  6. Hafner BJ, Willingham LL, Buell NC, et al. Evaluation of function, performance, and preference as transfemoral amputees transition from mechanical to microprocessor control of the prosthetic knee. Arch Phys Med Rehabil 2007;88(2):207-17.
  7. Halsne EG, Waddingham MG, Hafner BJ. Long-term activity in and among persons with transfemoral amputation. J Rehabil Res Dev 2013;50(4):515-30.
  8. Jayaraman A, Deeny S, Eisenberg Y, et al. Global Position Sensing and Step Activity as Outcome Measures of Community Mobility and Social Interaction for an Individual With a Transfemoral Amputation Due to Dysvascular Disease. Phys Ther 2013.
  9. Kanade RV, van Deursen RW, Harding K, Price P. Walking performance in people with diabetic neuropathy: benefits and threats. Diabetologia 2006;49(8):1747-54.
  10. Kanade RV, van Deursen RW, Price P, Harding K. Risk of plantar ulceration in diabetic patients with single-leg amputation. Clin Biomech (Bristol, Avon) 2006;21(3):306-13.
  11. Klute GK, Berge JS, Orendurff MS, et al. Prosthetic intervention effects on activity of lower-extremity amputees. Arch Phys Med Rehabil 2006;87(5):717-22.
  12. Parker K, Kirby RL, Adderson J, Thompson K. Ambulation of people with lower-limb amputations: relationship between capacity and performance measures. Arch Phys Med Rehabil 2010;91(4):543-9.
  13. Sanders JE, Allyn KJ, Harrison DS, et al. Preliminary investigation of residual-limb fluid volume changes within one day. J Rehabil Res Dev 2012;49(10):1467-78.
  14. Stepien JM, Cavenett S, Taylor L, Crotty M. Activity levels among lower-limb amputees: self-report versus step activity monitor. Arch Phys Med Rehabil 2007;88(7):896-900.

Spinal Cord Injury

  1. Behrman AL, Lawless-Dixon AR, Davis SB, et al. Locomotor training progression and outcomes after incomplete spinal cord injury. Phys Ther 2005;85(12):1356-71.
  2. Bowden MG, Hannold EM, Nair PM, et al. Beyond gait speed: a case report of a multidimensional approach to locomotor rehabilitation outcomes in incomplete spinal cord injury. J Neurol Phys Ther 2008;32(3):129-38.
  3. Ishikawa S, Stevens SL, Kang M, Morgan DW. Reliability of daily step activity monitoring in adults with incomplete spinal cord injury. J Rehabil Res Dev 2011;48(10):1187-94.
  4. Nolan KJ, Yarossi M, Ramanujam A. Measuring ambulation in adults with central neurologic disorders. Phys Med Rehabil Clin N Am 2013;24(2):247-63.
  5. Saraf P, Rafferty MR, Moore JL, et al. Daily stepping in individuals with motor incomplete spinal cord injury. Phys Ther 2010;90(2):224-35.
  6. Yang JF, Musselman KE, Livingstone D, et al. Repetitive Mass Practice or Focused Precise Practice for Retraining Walking After Incomplete Spinal Cord Injury? A Pilot Randomized Clinical Trial. Neurorehabil Neural Repair 2013.

Spinal Stenosis

  1. Schulte TL, Schubert T, Winter C, et al. Step activity monitoring in lumbar stenosis patients undergoing decompressive surgery. Eur Spine J 2010;19(11):1855-64.
  2. Tomkins-Lane CC, Haig AJ. A review of activity monitors as a new technology for objectifying function in lumbar spinal stenosis. J Back Musculoskelet Rehabil 2012;25(3):177-85.
  3. Winter CC, Brandes M, Muller C, et al. Walking ability during daily life in patients with osteoarthritis of the knee or the hip and lumbar spinal stenosis: a cross sectional study. BMC Musculoskelet Disord 2010;11:233.

Stroke

  1. Barak S, Wu SS, Dai Y, et al. Adherence to accelerometry measurement of community ambulation poststroke. Phys Ther 2014;94(1):101-10.
  2. Bowden MG, Balasubramanian CK, Behrman AL, Kautz SA. Validation of a speed-based classification system using quantitative measures of walking performance poststroke. Neurorehabil Neural Repair 2008;22(6):672-5.
  3. Bowden MG, Behrman AL, Neptune RR, et al. Locomotor rehabilitation of individuals with chronic stroke: difference between responders and nonresponders. Arch Phys Med Rehabil 2013;94(5):856-62.
  4. Casey AF, Mackay-Lyons M, Connolly EM, et al. A comprehensive exercise program for a young adult male with Down syndrome who experienced a stroke. Disabil Rehabil 2013.
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  6. Donovan K, Lord SE, McNaughton HK, Weatherall M. Mobility beyond the clinic: the effect of environment on gait and its measurement in community-ambulant stroke survivors. Clin Rehabil 2008;22(6):556-63.
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  8. Fulk GD, Combs SA, Danks KA, et al. Accuracy of 2 activity monitors in detecting steps in people with stroke and traumatic brain injury. Phys Ther 2014;94(2):222-9.
  9. Fulk GD, Reynolds C, Mondal S, Deutsch JE. Predicting home and community walking activity in people with stroke. Arch Phys Med Rehabil 2010;91(10):1582-6.
  10. Haeuber E, Shaughnessy M, Forrester LW, et al. Accelerometer monitoring of home- and community-based ambulatory activity after stroke. Arch Phys Med Rehabil 2004;85(12):1997-2001.
  11. Hall AL, Bowden MG, Kautz SA, Neptune RR. Biomechanical variables related to walking performance 6-months following post-stroke rehabilitation. Clin Biomech (Bristol, Avon) 2012;27(10):1017-22.
  12. Kluding PM, Dunning K, O’Dell MW, et al. Foot drop stimulation versus ankle foot orthosis after stroke: 30-week outcomes. Stroke 2013;44(6):1660-9.
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  16. Manns PJ, Tomczak CR, Jelani A, et al. Use of the continuous scale physical functional performance test in stroke survivors. Arch Phys Med Rehabil 2009;90(3):488-93.
  17. Matthew J. Field NG, Thavapriya Shanmuga Sundaram, Sarah Nicholson, Gillian Mead. Physical Activity after Stroke: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis. ISRN Stroke 2013;2013:13.
  18. Michael K, Macko RF. Ambulatory activity intensity profiles, fitness, and fatigue in chronic stroke. Top Stroke Rehabil 2007;14(2):5-12.
  19. Moore JL, Roth EJ, Killian C, Hornby TG. Locomotor training improves daily stepping activity and gait efficiency in individuals poststroke who have reached a “plateau” in recovery. Stroke 2010;41(1):129-35.
  20. Mudge S, Barber PA, Stott NS. Circuit-based rehabilitation improves gait endurance but not usual walking activity in chronic stroke: a randomized controlled trial. Arch Phys Med Rehabil 2009;90(12):1989-96.
  21. Mudge S, Stott NS. Test–retest reliability of the StepWatch Activity Monitor outputs in individuals with chronic stroke. Clin Rehabil 2008;22(10-11):871-7.
  22. Mudge S, Stott NS. Timed walking tests correlate with daily step activity in persons with stroke. Arch Phys Med Rehabil 2009;90(2):296-301.
  23. Mudge S, Stott NS, Walt SE. Criterion validity of the StepWatch Activity Monitor as a measure of walking activity in patients after stroke. Arch Phys Med Rehabil 2007;88(12):1710-5.
  24. Nolan KJ, Yarossi M, Ramanujam A. Measuring ambulation in adults with central neurologic disorders. Phys Med Rehabil Clin N Am 2013;24(2):247-63.
  25. Roos MA, Rudolph KS, Reisman DS. The structure of walking activity in people after stroke compared with older adults without disability: a cross-sectional study. Phys Ther 2012;92(9):1141-7.
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  27. Worthen LC, Kim CM, Kautz SA, et al. Key characteristics of walking correlate with bone density in individuals with chronic stroke. J Rehabil Res Dev 2005;42(6):761-8.
  28. Yang JF, Livingstone D, Brunton K, et al. Training to enhance walking in children with cerebral palsy: are we missing the window of opportunity? Semin Pediatr Neurol 2013;20(2):106-15.

Traumatic Brain Injury

  1. Freund JE, Stetts DM. Continued recovery in an adult with cerebellar ataxia. Physiother Theory Pract 2013;29(2):150-8.
  2. Fulk GD, Combs SA, Danks KA, et al. Accuracy of 2 activity monitors in detecting steps in people with stroke and traumatic brain injury. Phys Ther 2014;94(2):222-9.

Other

  1. Busse ME, Pearson OR, Van Deursen R, Wiles CM. Quantified measurement of activity provides insight into motor function and recovery in neurological disease. J Neurol Neurosurg Psychiatry 2004;75(6):884-8.
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