Antonio Nardone

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Nardone A, RomanĂ² C, Schieppati M. Selective recruitment of high threshold human motor units during voluntary isotonic lengthening of active muscles in humans. J Physiol (London) 1989;409:451-71

Schieppati M, Nardone A. Free and supported stance in Parkinson's disease. The effect of posture and 'postural set' on leg muscle responses to perturbation, and its relation to the severity of the disease. Brain 1991;114:1227-44

Schieppati M, Nardone A. Medium-latency stretch reflexes of foot and leg muscles analysed by cooling the lower limb in standing humans. J Physiol (London) 1997;503:693-700

Nardone A, Tarantola J, Miscio G, Pisano F, Schenone A, Schieppati M. Loss of large-diameter spindle afferent fibres is not detrimental to the control of body sway during upright stance: evidence from neuropathy. Exp Brain Res 2000;135:155-62

Nardone A, Galante M, Lucas B, Schieppati M. Stance control is not affected by paresis and reflex hyperexcitability. The case of spastic patients. J Neurol Neurosurg Psychiatry 2001;70:635-43

Corna S, Nardone A, Prestinari A, Galante M, Grasso M, Schieppati M. Comparison of Cawthorne-Cooksey Exercises and Sinusoidal Support Surface Translations to Improve Balance in Patients with Unilateral Vestibular Deficit. Arch Phys Med Rehabil 2003;84:1173-84

Nardone A, Galante M, Pareyson D, Schieppati M. Balance control in Sensory Neuron Disease. Clin Neurophysiol 2007;118:538-50

Nardone A, Godi M, Artuso A, Schieppati M. Balance rehabilitation by moving platform and exercises in patients with neuropathy or vestibular deficit. Arch Phys Med Rehabil 2010;91:1869-77

Nardone A, Corna S, Turcato AM, Schieppati M. Afferent control of walking: Are there distinct deficits associated to loss of fibres of different diameter? Clin Neurophysiol 2014;125:327-35

Arcolin I, Pisano F, Delconte C, Godi M, Schieppati M, Mezzani A, Picco D, Grasso M, Nardone A. Intensive cycle ergometer training improves gait speed and endurance in patients with Parkinson's disease: A comparison with treadmill training. Restor Neurol Neurosci 2016;34:125-38

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