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2011-06-01Cathodal transcranial direct current stimulation of the primary motor cortex improves selective muscle activation in the ipsilateral armMcCambridge, AB; Bradnam, LV; Stinear, CM; Byblow, WD
2014-01-01Ipsilateral corticomotor excitability is associated with increased gait variability in unilateral transtibial amputeesHordacre, B; Bradnam, LV; Barr, C; Patritti, BL; Crotty, M
2011-04-01Towards a neurophysiological mechanisms-based classification of adverse reactions to acupunctureMcDowell, JM; Johnson, GM; Bradnam, LV
2012-11-01Contralesional hemisphere control of the proximal paretic upper limb following strokeBradnam, LV; Stinear, CM; Barber, PA; Byblow, WD
2016-03-01A review of rehabilitation devices to promote upper limb function following strokeBrackenridge, J; Bradnam, LV; Lennon, S; Costi, JJ; Hobbs, DA
2019-01-01Physical activity, sedentary behavior, and barriers to exercise in people living with dystoniaMcCambridge, A; Meiring, RM; Bradnam, LV
2013-04-23Ipsilateral motor pathways after stroke: Implications for noninvasive brain stimulationBradnam, LV; Stinear, CM; Byblow, WD
2011-05-01Cathodal transcranial direct current stimulation suppresses ipsilateral projections to presumed propriospinal neurons of the proximal upper limbBradnam, LV; Stinear, CM; Byblow, WD
2011-04-01A biopsychosocial clinical reasoning model for Western acupunctureBradnam, LV
2016-07-16The potential for non-invasive brain stimulation to improve function after amputationHordacre, BG; Ridding, MC; Bradnam, LV
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