JESSE C. CHRISTENSEN portrait
  • Research Assistant Professor, Physical Therapy & Athletic Training
  • Adjunct Instructor, Orthopaedic Surgery
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Publications

  • Christensen JC, Kline PW, Murray AM, Christiansen CL (date unknown). Movement asymmetry during low and high demand mobility tasks after dysvascular transtibial amputation. Vol. 80, 105102. Accepted, .
  • Christensen JC, Kittelson AJ, Loyd BJ, Himawan MA, Thigpen CA, Stevens-Lapsley JE (date unknown). Characteristics of young and lower functioning patients following total knee arthroplasty: a retrospective study. Vol. 20, 483. Accepted, .
  • Christensen JC, Capin JJ, Hinrichs LA, Aljehani M, Stevens-Lapsley JE, Zeni JA (date unknown). Gait mechanics are influenced by quadriceps strength, age, and sex after total knee arthroplasty. Accepted, .
  • Christensen JC, Mizner RL, Foreman KB, Marcus RL, Pelt CE, LaStayo PC (date unknown). Quadriceps weakness preferentially predicts detrimental gait compensations among common impairments after total knee arthroplasty. Vol. 36, 2355-2363. Accepted, .
  • Kagan R, Anderson MB, Christensen JC, Peters CL, Gililland JM, Pelt CE (date unknown). The Recovery Curve for the Patient-Reported Outcomes Measurement Information System Patient-Reported Physical Function and Pain Interference Computerized Adaptive Tests After Primary Total Knee Arthroplasty. Vol. 33, 2471-2474. Accepted, .
  • Kittelson AJ, Elings J, Colborn K, Hoogeboom TJ, Christensen JC, van Meeteren NLU, van Buuren S, Stevens-Lapsley JE (date unknown). Reference chart for knee flexion following total knee arthroplasty: a novel tool for monitoring postoperative recovery. Vol. 21, 482. Accepted, .
  • Christensen J, Peters C, Gililland J, Stoddard G, Pelt C (date unknown). Physical activity, pain interference and comorbidities relate to PROMIS physical function in younger adults following total knee arthroplasty. 1-7. Accepted, .
  • Smith JW, Christensen JC, Marcus RL, LaStayo PC (date unknown). Muscle force and movement variability before and after total knee arthroplasty: A review. Vol. 5, 69-79. Accepted, .
  • Christensen JC, Wilson CR, Merryweather AS, Foreman KB (date unknown). Kinematics of the Pelvis, Torso, and Lower Limb During Obstacle Negotiation While Under Temporal Constraints. Vol. 300, 732-738. Accepted, .
  • Christensen JC, Foreman KB, LaStayo PC (date unknown). The Positive Benefits of Negative Movement Patterns Following Total Knee Arthroplasty. Vol. 9, 2151458518757796. Accepted, .
  • Christensen JC, Marland JD, Miller CJ, Horton BS, Whiting DR, West HS (date unknown). Trajectory of clinical outcomes following hip arthroscopy in female subgroup populations. Vol. 6, 25-32. Accepted, .
  • Kittelson AJ, Christensen JC, Loyd BJ, Burrows KL, Iannitto J, Stevens-Lapsley JE (date unknown). Reliability, responsiveness, and validity of handheld dynamometry for assessing quadriceps strength in total knee arthroplasty. 1-8. Accepted, .
  • Dibble LE, Christensen J, Ballard DJ, Foreman KB (date unknown). Diagnosis of fall risk in Parkinson disease: an analysis of individual and collective clinical balance test interpretation. Vol. 88, 323-32. Accepted, .
  • Christensen JC, LaStayo PC, Mizner RL, Marcus RL, Pelt CE, Stoddard GJ, Foreman KB (date unknown). Joint mechanical asymmetries during low- and high-demand mobility tasks: Comparison between total knee arthroplasty and healthy-matched peers. Vol. 60, 104-110. Accepted, .
  • Smith JW, Marcus RL, Tracy BL, Foreman KB, Christensen JC, LaStayo PC (date unknown). Stance time variability during stair stepping before and after total knee arthroplasty: A pilot study. Vol. 45, 53-62. Accepted, .
  • Christensen JC, Mizner RL, Bo Foreman K, LaStayo PC, Peters CL, Pelt CE (date unknown). Preoperative quadriceps weakness preferentially predicts postoperative aberrant movement patterns during high-demand mobility following total knee arthroplasty. Vol. 26, 79-87. Accepted, .
  • Christensen JC, LaStayo PC, Marcus RL, Stoddard GJ, Bo Foreman K, Mizner RL, Peters CL, Pelt CE (date unknown). Visual knee-kinetic biofeedback technique normalizes gait abnormalities during high-demand mobility after total knee arthroplasty. Vol. 25, 73-82. Accepted, .
  • Christensen JC, Brothers J, Stoddard GJ, Anderson MB, Pelt CE, Gililland JM, Peters CL (date unknown). Higher Frequency of Reoperation With a New Bicruciate-retaining Total Knee Arthroplasty. Vol. 475, 62-69. Accepted, .