Selected Articles / Book Chapters
Eberly VJ, Gronley JK, Mulroy SJ, Perry J, Yule W, Burnfield JM (2008). Walking function improved during ambulation with a microprocessor-controlled knee prosthesis in K-2 level walkers. Conference proceedings, Gait and Clinical Movement Analysis Society 13th Annual Meeting. The Battlefield and Beyond: Fusing Technology with Function, pgs. 302-303.
Takahashi S, Burnfield JM, Buster TW, Provorse AR (2007). Comparison of Gluteal Muscle Electromyographic Activity across Five Cardiovascular Exercises in Healthy Young Adults. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, Volume 39:5 S255.
Jorde AG, Ogren SR, Augustin TR, Augustin TA, Bashford GR, Burnfield JM (2006). Plantar pressure variations during exercise on four pieces of commercially available cardiovascular equipment. Proceedings CD, American Society of Biomechanics, 30th Annual Meeting
Pomrantz A, Reischl S, Requejo S, Burnfield JM, Kulig K (2006). Long-term effectiveness of progressive resistive exercise on posterior tibialis tendon dysfunction: a randomized clinical trial. Journal of Orthopaedic and Sports Physical Therapy, 36(1):A54.
Augustin TR, Augustin TA, Dimick AG (2006). Physical activity detection using BodyMedia Sensewear2 Armband. Senior Design 2, Biological Systems Engineering, College of Engineering, UNL.
Requejo P, Burnfield JM, Leach J (2005). Modeling of the onset of slip during walking. Proceedings, Tenth Annual Gait and Clinical Movement Analysis Society Meeting, pgs. 176-177.
Weimer KM, Reischl SF, Requejo SM, Burnfield JM, Kulig K (2005). Nonoperative treatment of posterior tibialis tendon dysfunction: a randomized clinical trial. Journal of Orthopaedic and Sports Physical Therapy, pg. A57.
Liao G, Kulig K, Burnfield JM, Mais-Requejo S, Reischl S, Thordarson D (2004). The effect of an orthosis on tibialis posterior activation in persons with pes planus. Journal of Orthopaedic and Sports Physical Therapy, 34(1), pgs. A23-A24.
Burnfield JM, Powers CM (2003). The probability of slipping during walking: examination of tribometric measures of floor surface slip resistance and utilized coefficient of friction. Training Workshop, National Center for Medical Rehabilitation Research, National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, NIH, and National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke, pg. 78.
Burnfield JM, Few CD, Tsai J, Powers CM (2003). Prediction of peak utilized coefficient of friction requirements during walking based on center of mass kinematics. Proceedings, International Society of Biomechanics XIXth Congress.
Sperry M, Burnfield JM, Mais-Requejo S, Reischl SF, Thordarson D, Terk M, Kulig K (2003). MRI evaluation of muscle activation associated with three posterior tibialis exercises. Medicine and Science and Sports and Exercise, 35(5) 1532, Supplement.