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The purpose of this study was to determine the effects of instruction by physical therapists on the lower extremity joint moment during sit-to-stand movement with handrails. Using a three-dimensional motion capture system, hip, knee and ankle joint moments were calculated by inverse dynamics. Eight young healthy males participated in this study. They were required to stand up using the handrail without instruction, with instruction of pushing the handrail and pulling the handrail. The resultsdoi:10.1589/rika.21.227 fatcat:wkqxnz6hfvhqzej5rdssabzwdy