Published on in Vol 3, No 2 (2016): Jul-Dec

Teleexercise for Persons With Spinal Cord Injury: A Mixed-Methods Feasibility Case Series

Teleexercise for Persons With Spinal Cord Injury: A Mixed-Methods Feasibility Case Series

Teleexercise for Persons With Spinal Cord Injury: A Mixed-Methods Feasibility Case Series

Journals

  1. Soon S, Svavarsdottir H, Downey C, Jayne D. Wearable devices for remote vital signs monitoring in the outpatient setting: an overview of the field. BMJ Innovations 2020;6(2):55 View
  2. Maher J, Anderson K, Gant K, Cowan R. Development and deployment of an at-home strength and conditioning program to support a phase I trial in persons with chronic spinal cord injury. Spinal Cord 2021;59(1):44 View
  3. Lai B, Bond K, Kim Y, Barstow B, Jovanov E, Bickel C. Exploring the uptake and implementation of tele-monitored home-exercise programmes in adults with Parkinson’s disease: A mixed-methods pilot study. Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare 2020;26(1-2):53 View
  4. Allin S, Shepherd J, Thorson T, Tomasone J, Munce S, Linassi G, McBride C, Jiancaro T, Jaglal S. Web-Based Health Coaching for Spinal Cord Injury: Results From a Mixed Methods Feasibility Evaluation. JMIR Rehabilitation and Assistive Technologies 2020;7(2):e16351 View
  5. Lai B, Kim Y, Wilroy J, Bickel C, Rimmer J, Motl R. Sustainability of exercise intervention outcomes among people with disabilities: a secondary review. Disability and Rehabilitation 2019;41(13):1584 View
  6. Bishop J, Pangelinan M. Motor skills intervention research of children with disabilities. Research in Developmental Disabilities 2018;74:14 View
  7. Tomasone J, Flood S, Ma J, Scime N, Burke S, Sleeth L, Marrocco S. Physical activity self-management interventions for adults with spinal cord injury: Part 1–A systematic review of the use and effectiveness of behavior change techniques. Psychology of Sport and Exercise 2018;37:274 View
  8. Wilroy J, Lai B, Davlyatov G, Mehta T, Thirumalai M, Rimmer J. Correlates of adherence in a home-based, self-managed exercise program tailored to wheelchair users with spinal cord injury. Spinal Cord 2021;59(1):55 View
  9. Jang W, Lee S, Kim D, Lee Y, Uhm Y, Yang S, Kim J, Kim J. ICT-Based Health Care Services for Individuals with Spinal Cord Injuries: A Feasibility Study. Sensors 2020;20(9):2491 View
  10. Dobkin B. A Rehabilitation-Internet-of-Things in the Home to Augment Motor Skills and Exercise Training. Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair 2017;31(3):217 View
  11. Burke S, Tomasone J, Scime N, Ma J, Harden S, Wolfe D. Physical activity self-management interventions for adults with spinal cord injury: Part 2 – Exploring the generalizability of findings from research to practice. Psychology of Sport and Exercise 2018;37:286 View
  12. Thirumalai M, Rimmer J, Johnson G, Wilroy J, Young H, Mehta T, Lai B. TEAMS (Tele-Exercise and Multiple Sclerosis), a Tailored Telerehabilitation mHealth App: Participant-Centered Development and Usability Study. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2018;6(5):e10181 View
  13. Galea M. Telemedicine in Rehabilitation. Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Clinics of North America 2019;30(2):473 View
  14. Simpson B, Villeneuve M, Clifton S. The experience and perspective of people with spinal cord injury about well-being interventions: a systematic review of qualitative studies. Disability and Rehabilitation 2022;44(14):3349 View
  15. Costa R, Dorneles J, Veloso J, Gonçalves C, Neto F. Synchronous and asynchronous tele-exercise during the coronavirus disease 2019 pandemic: Comparisons of implementation and training load in individuals with spinal cord injury. Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare 2023;29(4):308 View
  16. Lee S, Kim J, Kim J. Substantiating Clinical Effectiveness and Potential Barriers to the Widespread Implementation of Spinal Cord Injury Telerehabilitation: A Systematic Review and Qualitative Synthesis of Randomized Trials in the Recent Past Decade. Telemedicine Reports 2021;2(1):64 View
  17. Cao Y, DiPiro N, Field-Fote E, Krause J. Emergency Department Visits, Related Hospitalizations, and Reasons for Emergency Department Utilization After Traumatic Spinal Cord Injury. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation 2022;103(4):722 View
  18. Leary M, Leary B, Sherlock L, Hwang G. Evaluating 5% Healthier: An e-Service-Learning Teleexercise Program for Undergraduate and Graduate Students in Exercise Physiology. Education Research International 2022;2022:1 View
  19. Touchett H, Apodaca C, Siddiqui S, Huang D, Helmer D, Lindsay J, Ramaswamy P, Marchant-Miros K, Skelton F. Current Approaches in Telehealth and Telerehabilitation for Spinal Cord Injury (TeleSCI). Current Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Reports 2022;10(2):77 View
  20. Jeong H, Oh J, Paik M, Kim H, Jang S, Kim B, Kim J. Development and Feasibility Assessment of Virtual Reality-Based Relaxation Self-Training Program. Frontiers in Virtual Reality 2022;2 View
  21. Lai B, Davis D, Young R, Kimani-Swanson E, Wozow C, Wen H, Kim Y, Wilroy J, Rimmer J. The Effects of Virtual Reality Tele-exergaming on Cardiometabolic Indicators of Health Among Youth With Cerebral Palsy: Protocol for a Pilot Randomized Controlled Trial. JMIR Research Protocols 2022;11(8):e40708 View
  22. Morgan K, Paton S, Patten A, Tucker S, Walker K. Community-based exercise goals of persons with spinal cord injury: Interpreted using the International Classification of Functioning, Disability, and Health. The Journal of Spinal Cord Medicine 2024;47(2):229 View
  23. Simpson B, Villeneuve M, Clifton S. Exploring well-being services from the perspective of people with SCI: A scoping review of qualitative research. International Journal of Qualitative Studies on Health and Well-being 2021;16(1) View
  24. Amorese A, Ryan A. Home-Based Tele-Exercise in Musculoskeletal Conditions and Chronic Disease: A Literature Review. Frontiers in Rehabilitation Sciences 2022;3 View
  25. Gomes Costa R, Dorneles J, Veloso J, Gonçalves C, Neto F. Feasibility and validity of the push-up test for synchronous and asynchronous strength tele-assessment in spinal cord injury individuals with paraplegia. The Journal of Spinal Cord Medicine 2022:1 View
  26. Young H, Mehta T, Kim Y, Padalabalanarayanan S, Chiu C, Rimmer J, Thirumalai M. The Spinal Cord Injury Program in Exercise (SCIPE) study: study protocol for a randomized controlled trial evaluating teleexercise programs for people with spinal cord injury. Trials 2021;22(1) View
  27. Brown R, Coombes J, Jungbluth Rodriguez K, Hickman I, Keating S. Effectiveness of exercise via telehealth for chronic disease: a systematic review and meta-analysis of exercise interventions delivered via videoconferencing. British Journal of Sports Medicine 2022;56(18):1042 View
  28. Froehlich-Grobe K, Lee J, Ochoa C, Lopez A, Sarker E, Driver S, Shegog R, Lin S. Effectiveness and feasibility of the workout on wheels internet intervention (WOWii) for individuals with spinal cord injury: a randomized controlled trial. Spinal Cord 2022;60(10):862 View
  29. Mehta S, Ahrens J, Abu-Jurji Z, Marrocco S, Upper R, Loh E, Cornell S, Wolfe D. Feasibility of a virtual service delivery model to support physical activity engagement during the COVID-19 pandemic for those with spinal cord injury. The Journal of Spinal Cord Medicine 2021;44(sup1):S256 View
  30. Nayak P, John A, Kaur P, Mahmood A. Effect of telerehabilitation on motor and functional outcomes in people with spinal cord injuries – a systematic review. European Journal of Physiotherapy 2023:1 View
  31. Mirbaha S, Morgan A, Tang A, Smith-Turchyn J, Richardson J. Models of Telehealth Service Delivery in Adults With Spinal Cord Injuries: Scoping Review. JMIR Rehabilitation and Assistive Technologies 2023;10:e41186 View
  32. Anderson E, Baker A, Borisoff J, Mattie J, Sawatzky B, Sparrey C, Mortenson W. Accessible exercise for wheelchair users: comparing the usability of two adapted exercise machines. Disability and Rehabilitation: Assistive Technology 2023:1 View
  33. Gomes Costa R, Dorneles J, Veloso J, Gonçalves C, Ribeiro Neto F. Does tele-exercise training for tetraplegia meet the spinal cord injury-specific physical activity guidelines? A 7-month longitudinal study. Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare 2023 View
  34. Baehr L, Kaimal G, Bruneau M, Finley M. Development and Feasibility of a Group Tele-Exercise Program for Individuals With Spinal Cord Injury. Journal of Neurologic Physical Therapy 2023;47(4):200 View
  35. Baehr L, Hiremath S, Bruneau M, Chiarello L, Kaimal G, Newton R, Finley M. Effect of Tele-exercise to Promote Empowered Movement for Individuals With Spinal Cord Injury (TEEMS) Program on Physical Activity Determinants and Behavior: A Mixed Methods Assessment. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation 2024;105(1):101 View
  36. Lai B, Oster R, Davis D, Bright L, Fischer G, Wilroy J, Kim Y, Young R, Wright A, Sinha T, Rimmer J. Telehealth Movement-to-Music with arm-based sprint-intensity interval training to improve cardiometabolic health and cardiorespiratory fitness in children with cerebral palsy: protocol for a pilot randomized controlled trial (Preprint). JMIR Research Protocols 2024 View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. Lai B, Wilroy J, Fisher G. Diagnosis and Treatment of Spinal Cord Injury. View
  2. Gorgey A, Goldsmith J, Anderson M, Castillo T. Telerehabilitation. View