Dr Martin Twiste
BSc (Hons) Prosthetics & Orthotics Programme
Postgraduate Research Supervision
Motion analysis of prosthetic gait
Engineering of prosthetic components
Design of rehabilitation aids
Qualifications and Memberships
BSc (Hons) - 1st class - Prosthetics & Orthotics (from University of Salford).
PgCert Higher Education Practice and Research (from University of Salford).
MSc by Research (from University of Salford).
PhD by Research (from University of Salford).
Major, M & Howard, D & Jones, R & Twiste, M 2012, 'The effect of changes in toe out angle on the roll-over shapes of prosthetic feet', British Association of Prosthetists and Orthotists Magazine (BAPAmag), p.23.
Major, M & Howard, D & Jones, R & Twiste, M & Twiste, M 2012, 'The effects of transverse rotation angle on compression and effective lever arm of prosthetic feet during simulated stance', Prosthetics and Orthotics International, 36(2), pp.231-235.
Major, M & Kenney, L & Twiste, M & Howard, D 2012, 'The mechanical characterisation of trans-tibial prostheses distal to the socket: a literature review', J Rehab Res Dev, p.(in press).
Major, M & Twiste, M & Kenney, L & Howard, D 2011, 'Amputee independent prosthesis properties - a new model for description and measurement', J Biomech, 44, pp.2572-2575.
Twiste, M & Rithalia, S 2008, ' Measurement system for the evaluation of alternating pressure redistribution mattresses using pressure relief index and tissue perfusion - a preliminary study.', Wound Practice and Research, 16(4), pp.192-198.