University of Vermont

Ge Wu - Ph.D.

Presentations

Presentations


G. Wu.  Falls in the elderly people: What make them fall and how to keep them up.  Visiting Nurse Association, Colchester and Burlington, VT. May 28,

G. Wu.  Characteristics of quadriceps muscle action during Tai Chi Chuan movement.  International Tai Chi Chuan Symposium, Nashville, Tennessee, July 5-10, 20092009

Balance and Falls – Part II: How Can We Keep Them Up? 15th Annual Symposium, New Hampshire Musculoskeletal Institute.  Bedford, NH.  September 13, 2008

Tai Chi Exercise for Improving Balance and Reducing Falls in the Elderly.  Vermont Residential Care Assisted Living Conference.  Vermont Health Care Association.  Hilton, Burlington, VT May 7, 2008

Improving Balance in Elders with Group Tai Chi Exercise via Videoconferencing.  Journal Club.  College of Medicine, the University of Vermont. Burlington, VT March 7, 2008

Video conference - Tele-Exercise Classes, as part of the Injury and Violence Prevention Program Presentation.  Injury Conference Call Series, Center for Disease Control. September 26, 2007

Group Tele-Tai Chi Exercise Program for Elders.  Symposium on Preventing Falls Among Older Adults In Vermont.  Vermont Department of Health.  Burlington, VT July 18, 2007

Knee joint kinematics and kinetics during Tai Chi gait in elders.  The 21st Congress of the International Society of Biomechanics, Taipei, Taiwan, July 1-5, 2007

Effects of age and risk of falls on head stability in space.  The 21st Congress of the International Society of Biomechanics, Taipei, Taiwan, July 1-5, 2007

Improving balance in elders with group Tai Chi exercise via videoconferencing.  The 5th World Congress of Biomechanics, Munich, Germany, July 29 - August 4, 2006

Integrated teleconferencing unit for distributed small group interaction.  VT EPSCoR 2005 Annual Conference, Burlington, VT, August 15, 2005

Tai Chi Quan as a Therapeutic Exercise, Principles, Benefits and Mechanisms.  Education Meeting, Vermont State Chapter of American Physical Therapy Association, Burlington, VT, November 19, 2005

Cutaneous Mechanoreceptors In Human Postural Control. Biomedical Engineering Research Seminar, Bioengineering Program, University of Vermont, Burlington, VT, March 10, 2004

Balance Assessment.  Vermont Elderly Falls Prevention Project Training Series #2, Vermont Department of Health, Burlington, VT, October 2, 2003

Fall Risk Factors in the Elderly - Identification, Assessment, and Intervention.  Vermont Elderly Falls Prevention Project Training Series #1, Vermont Department of Health, Burlington, VT, September 5, 2003

Biomechanical Analysis of Tai Chi Gait - Implications for Balance Exercise for Elders.  Research Seminar Colloquium, Department of Exercise Science, University of Massachusetts at Amherst, Amherst, MA, November 25, 2002

Tai Chi Quan, An exercise for elders – Its benefits on physical well being. 8th Annual Meeting of Vermont Society of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation.  Fletcher Allen Health Care and University of Vermont, Burlington, VT, July 18, 2002

Comparison of ground reaction force and leg muscle activities during tai chi movement and normal walking.  2001 ASME International Mechanical Engineering Congress & Exposition.  New York, NY, November 12, 2001

Falls among the Elderly: Risk Factors and Management Strategies.  Injury Prevention Conference, Vermont Department of Health, Montpelier, VT, September 20, 2001

Tai Chi Movement Therapy: Its Benefits for the Elderly.  Education Meeting, Vermont State Chapter of American Physical Therapy Association, Waterbury, VT, May 12, 2001

Tai Chi exercise to reduce risk factors for falling in the elderly: Past, Present and Future.  Department of Physical and Occupational Therapy, Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, Lebanon, NH, November 14, 2000

Falling in old age: What do we know?  Advisory Board of Injury Prevention, Vermont Department of Health, Burlington, VT, September 26, 2000

Effect of Tai Chi exercise on isokinetic muscle strength and postural stability during quiet stance.  24th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Biomechanics, Chicago, IL, July 2000

The use of weights in artificial neural network for studying human postural control - quantifying center of pressure and leg muscle relations during quiet stance in the young and aged.  24th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Biomechanics, Chicago, IL, July 2000

Change in human body orientation and center of mass in upright stance. . 17th Congress of the International Society of Biomechanics, Calgary, Canada, August, 1999

Experimental validation study of three-dimensional human dynamic standing balance.  5th International Symposium on 3D Analysis of Human Movement, Chattanooga, Tennessee, July, 1998

Biomechanics of posture: What can we contribute to our understanding of postural control? Research Seminar Series, Department of Physical Therapy, The University of Vermont, October, 1997 

Patterned control of shank orientation in space during human upright stance.  21st Annual Meeting of the American Society of Biomechanics, Clement, South Carolina, September, 1997

Body orientation as a controlled variable in human upright stance.  16th Congress of the International Society of Biomechanics, Tokyo, Japan, August, 1997

Contribution of cutaneous mechanoreceptors to the stability of human upright posture - an experimental investigation.  16th Congress of the International Society of Biomechanics, Tokyo, Japan, August, 1997

On the horn of a dilemma: use of non-ideal subjects to test hypotheses.  Research Seminar, Department of Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation, McGill University, Montreal, Canada, February, 1997

Numerical stability in direct dynamics simulation.  19th International Conference on Biomechanics and Neural Control of Movement, Cleveland, Ohio, June, 1996

On the Accuracy of Center of Mass Acceleration Estimation During High-Impact Measurement.  Fourth International Symposium on 3-D Analysis of Human Movement, Grenoble, France, June, 1996 

Optimal estimation of feedback gains in human postural control.  15th Congress of the International Society of Biomechanics, Jyvaskyla, Finland, July, 1995

The effect of visual feedback training on postural stability of peripheral neuropathic patients.  15th Congress of the International Society of Biomechanics, Jyvaskyla, Finland, July, 1995

Susceptibility to falls in the elderly: a computer simulation.  3rd International Symposium on Computer Simulation in Biomechanics, Jyvaskyla, Finland, July, 1995

Quantitative relation between the compliance of the supporting surface and the force input to the feet during upright balance. 18th Annual meeting of the American Society of Biomechanics, Columbus, Ohio, 1994 

The effect of inertial load on human joint force and moment during locomotion.  The Second International Symposium on 3-D Analysis of Human Movement, France, 1993

The effect of impaired lower limb joint function on postural balance and falls.  17th Annual meeting of the American Society of Biomechanics, Iowa City, Iowa, 1993

The diabetic foot with partial amputation - a biomechanical study.  17th Annual meeting of the American Society of Biomechanics, Iowa City, Iowa, 1993

The application of the integrated kinematic segment to the study of human locomotion, I - Kinematics.  15th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Biomechanics, 1991

The evaluation of human joint load estimation method through a 2-d pendulum model.  8th Congress of International Society of Electrophysiological Kinesiology, Baltimore, MD, August 12 - 16, 1990 

The application of the integrated kinematic segment to the study of human locomotion, II - Dynamics.  15th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Biomechanics, 1991

Direct estimation of joint force and moment loading.  1st World Congress of Biomechanics, San Diego, CA, 1990

Joint force estimation using an integrated kinematic sensor.  14th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Biomechanics, 1990

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