Publications

PEER-REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS

Chimenti RL, Flemister AS, Tome J, McMahon J, Houck J. (In Press). Patients with Insertional Achilles Tendinopathy Exhibit Differences in Ankle Biomechanics as Opposed to Strength and Range of Motion. Journal of Orthopaedic & Sports Physical Therapy.

Merriwether E, Rakel B, Zimmerman M, Dailey D, Vance C, Darghosian L, Meenakshi G, Geasland K, Chimenti R, Crofford L, Sluka K. (2016). Reliability and construct validity of the Patient-Reported Outcomes Measurement Information System (PROMIS) instruments in women with fibromyalgia. Pain Medicine.

Chimenti RL, Bucklin M, Kelly M, Ketz J, Flemister AS, Richards MS, Buckley MR. (2016, epub ahead of print). Insertional Achilles tendinopathy associated with altered transverse compressive and axial tensile strain during ankle dorsiflexion. Journal of Orthopaedic Research.

Chimenti RL, Forenza A, Previte E, Tome J, Nawoczenski DA. (2016). Forefoot and rearfoot contributions to the lunge position in individuals with and without insertional achilles tendinopathy. Journal of Clinical Biomechanics. 36:40-5.

Chimenti RL, Flemister AS, Ketz J, Bucklin M, Buckley MR, Richards MS. (2016). Ultrasound Strain Mapping for Measuring Achilles Tendon Compression during Dorsiflexion. Journal of Biomechanics. 49: 39-44.

Bah I, Kwak S, Chimenti RL, Richards MS, Ketz J, Flemister AS, Buckley MR. (2016). Mechanical changes in the Achilles tendon due to insertional Achilles tendinopathy. Journal of the Mechanical Behavior of Biomedical Materials. 53:320-328.

Chimenti RL, Chimenti PC, Buckley MR, Houck JR, Flemister AS. (2016). Utility of ultrasound for imaging osteophytes in patients with insertional achilles tendinopathy. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. 97(7):1206-1209.

McMahon JM, Chimenti R, Fedor T, Trabold N, Mittal M, Tortu S. (2015) Risk of intimate partner violence and relationship conflict following couple-based HIV prevention counseling: results from the Harlem River Couples Project. Journal of Interpersonal Violence.

Chimenti RL, Flemister AS, Tome J, McMahon JM, Flannery MA, Xue Y, Houck JR. (2014). Altered tendon characteristics and mechanical properties associated with insertional achilles tendinopathy. Journal of Orthopaedic & Sports Physical Therapy. 44(9): 680-689.

Chimenti RL, Tome J, Flemister AS, Houck J. (2013). Adult-acquired flatfoot deformity and age-related differences in foot and ankle kinematics during the single limb heel rise test. Journal of Orthopaedic & Sports Physical Therapy. 44(4): 283-90.

Chimenti RL, Scholtes SA, VanDillen L. (2013). Activity characteristics and movement patterns in people with and people without chronic or recurrent low back pain who participate in rotation-related sports. Journal of Sport Rehabilitation. 22(3): 161-69.

Barske H, Chimenti R, Martin L, Tome J, Flemister AS, Houck J. (2013). Clinical outcomes, static and dynamic assessment of foot posture after lateral column lengthening (LCL) procedure. Foot & Ankle International Journal. 34(5): 673-83.

Chimenti RL, Van Dillen L, Prather H, Hunt D, Chimenti PC, Khoo-Summers L. (2013). Underutilization of worker’s compensation insurance among professional orchestral musicians. Journal of Medical Problems of Performing Artists. 28(1): 54-60.

 

OTHER PUBLICATIONS

Houck J, Neville C, Chimenti R. (2016). The foot and ankle: Physical therapy patient management utilizing current evidence. This work is part of the Orthopaedic Section Independent Study Course series 21.2, Current Concepts for Orthopaedic Physical Therapy, 4th edition.

Chimenti RL under the guidance of Dissertation Advisor: Houck J, PT, PhD and Committee: Nawoczenski D, PT, PhD; McMahon JM, PhD; Flannery MA, PhD, RN, AOCN; Xue Y, DNSc, RN. (Submitted to ProQuest May 2014, Available 2016). A case-control study of insertional achilles tendinopathy impairments: tendon characteristics, dorsiflexion range of motion, and plantar flexion strength. University Rochester.

Houck J, Neville C, Chimenti R. (2011). The foot and ankle: Physical therapy patient management utilizing current evidence. This work is part of the Orthopaedic Section Independent Study Course series 21.2, Current Concepts for Orthopaedic Physical Therapy, 3rd edition.