• Cinématique du grand battement et du développé chez des danseurs amateurs : effets à court terme d’un étirement statique ou dynamiquePeer reviewedOpen access 

      11 décembre 2020, Filiputti, Loreda; Buisseret, Fabien; Dierick, Frédéric, HE Louvain en Hainaut
      Article scientifique
      Les jeunes danseurs amateurs semblent utiliser majoritairement l’étirement statique. Or, la littérature montre également l’efficacité de l’étirement dynamique sur la performance des sportifs. L’un de ces étirements est-il dès lors plus favorable à l’exécution de deux mouvements de danse classique, le grand battement et développé ? Seize participants ont réalisé ces mouvements dans trois conditions ...
    • Fine adaptive precision grip control without maximum pinch strength changes after upper limb neurodynamic mobilizationPeer reviewedOpen access 

      30 juin 2021, Dierick, Frédéric; Brismée, Jean-Michel; White, Olivier; Bouché, Anne-France; Périchon, Céline; Filoni, Nastasia; Barvaux, Vincent; Buisseret, Fabien, HE Louvain en Hainaut
      Article scientifique
      Before and immediately after passive upper limb neurodynamic mobilizations targeting the median nerve, grip ( GF ) and load ( LF ) forces applied by the thumb, index and major fingers (three-jaw chuck pinch) were collected using a manipulandum during three different grip precision tasks: grip-lifthold- replace (GLHR), vertical oscillations (OSC), and vertical oscillations with up and down ...
    • Head Pitch Angular Velocity Discriminates (Sub-)Acute Neck Pain Patients and Controls Assessed with the DidRen Laser TestPeer reviewedOpen access 

      06 avril 2022, Buisseret, Fabien; Houry, Martin; Hage, Renaud; Dierick, Frédéric, CeREF Technique
      Article scientifique
      Understanding neck pain is an important societal issue. Kinematic data from sensors may help to gain insight into the pathophysiological mechanisms associated with neck pain through a quantitative sensorimotor assessment of one patient. The objective of this study was to evaluate the potential usefulness of artificial intelligence with several machine learning (ML) algorithms in assessing neck ...
    • Machine Learning Identifies Chronic Low Back Pain Patients from an Instrumented Trunk Bending and Return TestPeer reviewedOpen access 

      03 juillet 2022, Thiry, Paul; Houry, Martin; Philippe, Laurent; Nocent, Olivier; Buisseret, Fabien; Dierick, Frédéric; Slama, Rim; Bertucci, William; Thévenon, André; Simoneau, Emilie, CeREF Technique
      Article scientifique
      Nowadays, the better assessment of low back pain (LBP) is an important challenge, as it is the leading musculoskeletal condition worldwide in terms of years of disability. The objective of this study was to evaluate the relevance of various machine learning (ML) algorithms and Sample Entropy (SampEn), which assesses the complexity of motion variability in identifying the condition of low back pain. ...
    • NOMADe : présentation du projet et premières réalisationsPeer reviewedOpen access 

      11 décembre 2020, Buisseret, Fabien; Bonge, Elinore; DEhouck, Stéphanie; Eggermont, Stéphanie; Estievenart, Wesley; Gérard, Martine; Hage, Renaud; Thiry, Paul; Dierick, Frédéric; Velings, Nicolas, CeREF Technique
      Article scientifique
      Où le projet INTERREG FWVL NOMADe (NeurOMuskuloskeletAl Disorders – e-learning ecosystem) est présenté, ainsi que deux réalisations illustrant la première année de son déroulement
    • « NOMADe » Le projet INTERREG pour les Troubles Neuro-Musculo-Squelettiques (TNMS)Open access 

      01 septembre 2020, Buisseret, Fabien; Dierick, Frédéric, CeREF Technique
      Publication d'intérêt général/presse
      Présentation de projet Interreg FWVl NOMADe
    • Sample Entropy as a Tool to Assess Lumbo-Pelvic Movements in a Clinical Test for Low-Back-Pain PatientsPeer reviewedOpen access 

      22 mars 2022, Thiry, Paul; Nocent, Olivier; Buisseret, Fabien; Bertucci William; Thévenon, André; Simoneau-Buessinger, Emilie, CeREF Technique
      Article scientifique
      Low back pain (LBP) obviously reduces the quality of life but is also the world’s leading cause of years lived with disability. Alterations in motor response and changes in movement patterns are expected in LBP patients when compared to healthy people. Such changes in dynamics may be assessed by the nonlinear analysis of kinematical time series recorded from one patient’s motion. Since sample ...