Performance-Based Manual Wheelchair Propulsion Tests

Description

Comprend trois tests permettant d'évaluer la mobilité en fauteuil roulant manuel : 1) test de slalom chronométré, 2) test de propulsion chronométré sur 20 mètres (vitesse naturelle et maximale), et 3) test de propulsion en six minutes.

Fabricant de l'outil

Dany H. Gagnon, Simon Décary, Marie-France Charbonneau

Référence(s) bibliographique

Gagnon, D., Décary, S., Charbonneau, M.F. (2011). The timed manual wheelchair slalom test: a reliable and accurate performance-based outcome measure for individuals with spinal cord injury. Arch Phys Med Rehabil, 92(8):1339-43.

Gagnon, D., Charbonneau, M.F., Décary, S. (2011). The 6-minute manual wheelchair propulsion test: a novel, reliable and precise performance-based outcome measure for individuals with spinal cord injury. In Proceedings of the 16th International World Confederation for Physical Therapy Congress. Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 20-23 June 2011.

Gagnon, D., Desroches, G., Decary, S., Charbonneau, M.F. (2011). To what extent should handrim kinetics change during manual wheelchair propulsion to exceed natural variability in individuals with spinal cord injury? In: International Society of Biomechanics. Brussels, Belgium, 3-7 Jul 2011.

Gagnon, D.H.,Roy, A., Gabison, S., Duclos, C., Verrier, M.C., Nadeau, S. (2016). Effects of Seated Postural Stability and Trunk and Upper Extremity Strength on Performance during Manual Wheelchair Propulsion Tests in Individuals with Spinal Cord Injury: An Exploratory Study. Rehabilitation Research and Practice, 2016(2016), 11 pages.

Gagnon, D.H., Roy, A., Verrier, M.C., Duclos, C., Craven, B.C., Nadeau, S. (2016). Do Performance-Based Wheelchair Propulsion Tests Detect Changes Among Manual Wheelchair Users With Spinal Cord Injury During Inpatient Rehabilitation in Quebec? Arch Phys Med Rehabil, 97(7):1214-8.