Peter C. Fino portrait
  • Adjunct Assistant Professor, Physical Therapy & Athletic Training
  • Adjunct Assistant Professor, Mechanical Engineering
  • Assistant Professor, Health and Kinesiology
801-213-1363

Publications

  • Parrington L (date unknown). Validation of an inertial sensor algorithm to quantify head and trunk movement in healthy young adults and individuals with mild traumatic brain injury. Sensors. Vol. 18, 4501. Accepted, .
  • Peterka RJ (date unknown). Implementation of a central sensorimotor integration test for characterization of human balance control during stance. Frontiers in Neurology. Vol. 9, 1045. Accepted, .
  • Parrington L, King LA, Weightman MM (date unknown). Between-site equivalence of turning speed assessments using inertial measurement units. Gait & posture. Vol. 90, 245-251. Accepted, .
  • Morris A, Fino NF, Pelo R (date unknown). Interadministrator Reliability of a Modified Instrumented Push and Release Test of Reactive Balance. Journal of sport rehabilitation. 1-7. Accepted, .
  • Fino PC, Mancini M (date unknown). Phase-Dependent Effects of Closed-Loop Tactile Feedback on Gait Stability in Parkinson's Disease. IEEE transactions on neural systems and rehabilitation engineering : a publication of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society. Vol. 28, 1636-1641. Accepted, .
  • Morris R, Stuart S, McBarron G, Fino PC, Mancini M, Curtze C (date unknown). Validity of Mobility Lab (version 2) for gait assessment in young adults, older adults and Parkinson's disease. Physiological measurement. Vol. 40, 095003. Accepted, .
  • Stuart S, Parrington L, Martini DN, Kreter N, Chesnutt JC, Fino PC, King LA (date unknown). Analysis of Free-Living Mobility in People with Mild Traumatic Brain Injury and Healthy Controls: Quality over Quantity. Journal of neurotrauma. Vol. 37, 139-145. Accepted, .
  • Campbell KR, Parrington L, Peterka RJ, Martini DN (date unknown). Exploring persistent complaints of imbalance after mTBI: Oculomotor, peripheral vestibular and central sensory integration function. Journal of vestibular research : equilibrium & orientation. Vol. 31, 519-530. Accepted, .
  • Fino PC, Raffegeau TE, Parrington L, Peterka RJ, King LA (date unknown). Head stabilization during standing in people with persisting symptoms after mild traumatic brain injury. Journal of biomechanics. Vol. 112, 110045. Accepted, .
  • Stuart S, Parrington L, Martini D, Popa B, Fino PC, King LA (date unknown). Validation of a velocity-based algorithm to quantify saccades during walking and turning in mild traumatic brain injury and healthy controls. Physiological measurement. Vol. 40, 044006. Accepted, .
  • Raffegeau TE, Fawver B, Young WR, Williams AM, Lohse KR, Fino PC (date unknown). The direction of postural threat alters balance control when standing at virtual elevation. Experimental brain research. Vol. 238, 2653-2663. Accepted, .
  • Loyd BJ, Saviers-Steiger J, Fangman A, Paul SS, Fino PC, Lester ME, Dibble LE (date unknown). Control of Linear Head and Trunk Acceleration During Gait After Unilateral Vestibular Deficits. Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation. Accepted, .
  • Peterson DS, Mancini M, Fino PC, Horak F, Smulders K (date unknown). Speeding Up Gait in Parkinson's Disease. Journal of Parkinson's disease. Accepted, .
  • Fino PC (date unknown). Decreased high-frequency center-of-pressure complexity in recently concussed asymptomatic athletes. Gait & Posture. Vol. 50, 69-74. Accepted, .
  • Fino PC (date unknown). Effects of recent concussion and injury history on instantaneous relative risk of lower extremity injury in Division I collegiate athletes. Clinical Journal of Sports Medicine. Accepted, .
  • Parrington L, Fino PC, Swanson CW, Murchison CF, Chesnutt J, King LA (date unknown). Longitudinal Assessment of Balance and Gait After Concussion and Return to Play in Collegiate Athletes. Journal of athletic training. Vol. 54, 429-438. Accepted, .
  • Fino PC (date unknown). Locomotor deficits in recently concussed athletes and matched controls during single and dual-task turning gait: preliminary results. Journal of Neuroengineering and Rehabilitation. Vol. 13, 1-15. Accepted, .
  • Fino PC (date unknown). Inertial sensors reveal subtle motor deficits when walking with horizontal head turns after concussion. Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation. Accepted, .
  • DeCouto BS, Williams AM, Lohse KR (date unknown). Anxiety does not always affect balance: the predominating role of cognitive engagement in a video gaming task. Experimental brain research. Vol. 239, 2001-2014. Accepted, .
  • Fino PC (date unknown). A preliminary study of longitudinal differences in local dynamic stability between recently concussed and healthy athletes during single and dual-task gait. Journal of Biomechanics. Vol. 49, 1983-88. Accepted, .
  • Parrington L (date unknown). Inflection points in longitudinal models: Tracking recovery and return to play following concussion. Scandinavian Journal of Medicine & Science in Sports. Vol. 28, 2436-2442. Accepted, .
  • Watson F, Fino PC, Thornton M (date unknown). Use of the margin of stability to quantify stability in pathologic gait - a qualitative systematic review. BMC musculoskeletal disorders. Vol. 22, 597. Accepted, .
  • Fino PC (date unknown). Gait stability has phase-dependent dual-task costs in Parkinson’s disease. Frontiers in Neurology. Vol. 9, 373. Accepted, .
  • King LA (date unknown). Sensor-based mediolateral balance measures outperform clinical BESS in identifying acutely concussed athletes. Annals of Biomedical Engineering. Vol. 45, 2135-45. Accepted, .
  • Fino PC (date unknown). Classifying step and spin turns using wireless gyroscopes and implications for fall risk assessments. Sensors. Vol. 15, 10676-10685. Accepted, .
  • Fino PC (date unknown). Comparing postural stability entropy analyses to differentiate fallers and non-fallers. Annals of Biomedical Engineering. Vol. 44, 1636-45. Accepted, .
  • Stuart S (date unknown). Cortical activity during walking and balance tasks in older adults and Parkinson’s disease: a structured review. Maturitas. Vol. 113, 53-72. Accepted, .
  • Fino PC (date unknown). Required coefficient of friction during turning at self-selected slow, normal, and fast walking speeds. Journal of Biomechanics. Vol. 47, 1295-1400. Accepted, .
  • Fino PC (date unknown). Abnormal turning and its association to self-reported symptoms in chronic mTBI. Journal of Neurotrauma. Vol. 35, 1167-1177. Accepted, .
  • Fino PC (date unknown). Detecting gait abnormalities after concussion or mild traumatic brain injury: A systematic review of single-task, dual-task, and complex gait. Gait & Posture. Vol. 62, 157-166. Accepted, .
  • Fino PC (date unknown). Assessment and rehabilitation of central sensory impairments for balance in mTBI using auditory biofeedback: a randomized clinical trial. BMC Neurology. Vol. 17, 41-55. Accepted, .
  • Morris A, Casucci T, McFarland MM, Cassidy B (date unknown). Reactive Balance Responses After Mild Traumatic Brain Injury: A Scoping Review. The Journal of head trauma rehabilitation. Accepted, .
  • Fino PC, Weightman MM, Dibble LE, Lester ME, Hoppes CW, Parrington L, Arango J, Souvignier A, Roberts H, King LA (date unknown). Objective Dual-Task Turning Measures for Return-to-Duty Assessment After Mild Traumatic Brain Injury: The ReTURN Study Protocol. Frontiers in neurology. Vol. 11, 544812. Accepted, .
  • Morris A, Cassidy B, Pelo R, Fino NF, Presson AP, Cushman DM, Monson NE, Dibble LE, Fino PC (date unknown). Reactive Postural Responses After Mild Traumatic Brain Injury and Their Association With Musculoskeletal Injury Risk in Collegiate Athletes: A Study Protocol. Frontiers in sports and active living. Vol. 2, 574848. Accepted, .
  • Raffegeau TE, Fawver B, Clark M, Engel BT, Young WR, Williams AM, Lohse KR, Fino PC (date unknown). The feasibility of using virtual reality to induce mobility-related anxiety during turning. Gait & posture. Vol. 77, 6-13. Accepted, .
  • Fino PC, Horak FB, Curtze C (date unknown). Inertial sensor-based centripetal acceleration as a correlate for lateral margin of stability during walking and turning. IEEE transactions on neural systems and rehabilitation engineering : a publication of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society. Accepted, .
  • Fino PC, Horak FB, El-Gohary M, Guidarelli C, Medysky ME, Nagle SJ, Winters-Stone KM (date unknown). Postural sway, falls, and self-reported neuropathy in aging female cancer survivors. Gait & posture. Vol. 69, 136-142. Accepted, .
  • Fino PC (date unknown). Corner height influences center of mass kinematics and path trajectory during turning. Journal of Biomechanics. Vol. 48, 104-112. Accepted, .
  • Kreter N (date unknown). Anticipatory and reactive responses to underfoot perturbations during gait in healthy adults and individuals with a recent mild traumatic brain injury. Clinical biomechanics (Bristol, Avon). Vol. 90, 105496. Accepted, .
  • Parrington L, King LA, Hoppes CW, Klaiman MJ (date unknown). Exploring Vestibular Ocular Motor Screening in Adults With Persistent Complaints After Mild Traumatic Brain Injury. The Journal of head trauma rehabilitation. Accepted, .
  • Martini DN, Parrington L, Stuart S, Fino PC, King LA (date unknown). Gait Performance in People with Symptomatic, Chronic Mild Traumatic Brain Injury. Journal of neurotrauma. Vol. 38, 218-224. Accepted, .
  • Arpan I, Fino PC, Fling BW, Horak F (date unknown). Local dynamic stability during long-fatiguing walks in people with multiple sclerosis. Gait & posture. Vol. 76, 122-127. Accepted, .
  • Stuart S, Parrington L, Morris R, Martini DN, Fino PC, King LA (date unknown). Gait measurement in chronic mild traumatic brain injury: A model approach. Human movement science. Vol. 69, 102557. Accepted, .
  • Parrington L, Jehu DA, Fino PC, Stuart S, Wilhelm J, Pettigrew N, Murchison CF, El-Gohary M, VanDerwalker J, Pearson S, Hullar T, Chesnutt JC, Peterka RJ, Horak FB, King LA (date unknown). The Sensor Technology and Rehabilitative Timing (START) Protocol: A Randomized Controlled Trial for the Rehabilitation of Mild Traumatic Brain Injury. (pp. 687-697). Vol. 100. Physical therapy. Accepted, .