Fey, Nicholas P.
Nicholas Fey Is an Assistant Professor in the departments of Mechanical Engineering and of Biomechanics. Dr. Fey joined the UT DAllas faculty in 2016 after completing a postdoctoral fellowship that specialized in prothetics and rehabilitation engineering. His research interests include:
- Neuromuscular Biomechanics
- Rehabilitation Engineering and Robotics
- Prothetics and Orthotics
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Reducing Residual Limb Adipose Tissue via Surgery Alters Foursquare Stepping Mechanics of a Transfemoral Amputee As prosthetic technology advances, performance improvement is expected for persons with amputation to accomplish their daily activities. However, prosthesis research often overlooks the interface between the residual limb ...
Effect of Medial Thighplasty on Oxygen and Metabolic Consumption Rates in a Transfemoral Amputee during Sustained Overground Walking Bouts Energy expenditure during daily physical activity is notably higher for amputees, even when using a lower limb prosthetic device, due in part to the constraints surrounding the patient-device interface. This case study ...