#ExpertAnswers: Charles Meshul, Carolanne Milligan, and Tom Hampton on Gait Analysis
Airdate: Thursday, October 15, 2015 Season: 2 Episode: 15
Guests: Charles K. Meshul, Carolanne E. Milligan, Tom Hampton
On this episode of #ExpertAnswers, Charles Meshul, Carolanne Milligan, and Tom Hampton discuss methodology, best practices, and techniques for identifying early and subtle quantitative physiological markers of strength, balance, and coordination in animal models of pain, CNS, neuromuscular, and neurodegenerative disorders.
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