• 1201 Citations
20052020

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Research Interests

My primary interest is in recovery of balance and locomotion following spinal cord injury and stroke as well as the use of outcome measures related to measurement of balance and locomotion. I serve as the Co-Director of the Northwestern University & Shirley Ryan AbilityLab Neurologic Physical Therapy Residency program and am interested in residency mentorship and development of a physical therapist's clinical reasoning skills.

Certifications and Licenses

Neurologic Clinical Specialist, 2007

Education/Academic qualification

DPT, Northwestern University

… → 2002

Research interests

  • Spinal Cord Injury
  • Stroke

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Research Output

  • 1201 Citations
  • 15 Article
  • 3 Comment/debate

Effects of locomotor exercise intensity on gait performance in individuals with incomplete spinal cord injury

Leech, K. A., Kinnaird, C. R., Holleran, C. L., Kahn, J. & Hornby, T. G., Dec 2016, In : Physical therapy. 96, 12, p. 1919-1929 11 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

  • 23 Scopus citations

    Outcome measure recommendations from the spinal cord injury edge task force

    Kahn, J. H., Tappan, R., Newman, C. P., Palma, P., Romney, W., Stultz, E. T., Tefertiller, C. & Weisbach, C. L., Nov 2016, In : Physical therapy. 96, 11, p. 1832-1842 11 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalComment/debate

    4 Scopus citations

    Effect of sensory feedback from the proximal upper limb on voluntary isometric finger flexion and extension in hemiparetic stroke subjects

    Hoffmann, G., Schmit, B. D., Kahn, J. H. & Kamper, D. G., Nov 1 2011, In : Journal of neurophysiology. 106, 5, p. 2546-2556 11 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

  • 8 Scopus citations

    Prolonged electrical stimulation over hip flexors increases locomotor output in human SCI

    Wu, M., Gordon, K., Kahn, J. H. & Schmit, B. D., Jul 1 2011, In : Clinical Neurophysiology. 122, 7, p. 1421-1428 8 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

  • 6 Scopus citations