Data for: Reliability of the knee muscle co-contraction index during gait in young adults with and without knee injury history

Published: 10 November 2017| Version 2 | DOI: 10.17632/p62c5f26rv.2
Contributors:
Maurice Mohr,
Luz Palacios-Derflingher,
Kristin Lorenzen,
Carolyn Emery,
Benno Nigg

Description

This data set contains all data to replicate the co-contraction reliability analysis presented in Mohr et al. (2017) in the Journal of Electromygraphy and Kinesiology. The study describes the reliability of the knee muscle co-contraction index during gait in young adults with and without a previous knee injury. 1) Mohr et al. (2017) Knee muscle co-contraction indices during gait for each subject Contains co-contraction indices for three gait phases and three testing sessions (day 1-session 1, day1-session 2, day2) for 20 subjects for the following muscle pairs: Vastus Lateralis - Biceps Femoris, Vastus Medialis - Medial Hamstrings, Vastus Lateralis, Gastrocnemius Lateralis, Vastus Medialis, Gastrocnemius Medialis. 2) Mohr et al. (2017) Participant characteristics Contains anonymized information about study participants in terms of anthropometry, injury history, knee pain, and KOOS 3) Mohr et al. (2017) Reliability of knee muscle co-contraction index during gait Contains all reliability and heteroscedasticity outcomes.

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