Alteration in global motor strategy following lateral ankle sprain Maude Bastien, Hélène Moffet, Laurent J Bouyer, Marc Perron, Luc J Hébert and Jean Leblond BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders 2014, 15:436 doi:10.1186/1471-2474-15-436 Quote: Background Lateral ankle sprain (LAS) has often been considered an injury leading to localized joint impairments affecting the musculoskeletal system. Persistent chronic ankle instability and bilateral alterations in motor control after a first ankle sprain episode suggest that the origin of relapses might be a maladaptive reorganization of central motor commands

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Forefoot Varus Predicts Subtalar Hyperpronatio

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Forefoot Varus Predicts Subtalar Hyperpronation in Young People. Rodrigo Scattone Silva, Ana Luisa G

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‘Bionic Runner’, promises to prevent injury

December 17, 2014

Press release: Aussie running technology a massive hit on Kickstarter as funding goal reached in just five days Quote: The Bionic Runner, which has been funded after just five days on the crowd funding platform Kickstarter, is set to challenge the way runners conventionally think about their training, and promises to prevent injury thanks to its non-impact, closed kinetic Brisbane, 7 December 2014 – It may have started life in the back of a converted shipping container in far northern Queensland, but this week the Bionic Runner proved a hit on a global scale, with funders from Asia, the US and Europe, not-to-mention Australia, all jumping on board to fund this unique fitness trainer via Kickstarter. “We’ve spent four years designing and perfecting the Bionic Runner, so to see it so instantly resonate with the running community on a global scale is a dream come true,” says Steve Cranitch, co-founder of Run4, the Australian start-up company behind the Bionic Runner. Originally conceived as a means of helping prevent injuries in runners – whilst also assisting those with running injuries get back into their training and maintain their fitness without causing further damage – the Bionic Runner took four years to develop and is the world’s only non-impact fitness trainer to mimic the natural gait and timing of running

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How Much It Costs Nike to Make a $100 Shoe

December 17, 2014

$28.50 See: http://solecollector.com/news/how-mu…ke-a-100-shoe/

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Ultrasound visibility of the sinus tarsi

December 16, 2014

Sonographic visibility of the sinus tarsi with a 12 MHz transducer Salvatore Massimo Stella, Barbara Ciampi, Eugenio Orsitto, Daniela Melchiorre, Piero Vincenzo Lippolis Journal of Ultrasound; December 2014 Quote: Objectives To assess the value of ultrasonography in studies of the ligaments within the sinus tarsi (ST) in healthy subjects. Materials and methods We examined 20 healthy volunteers using a 12-MHz transducer with THI and compound imaging.

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Distal Tibial Epiphysitis

December 16, 2014

From Podiatry Today: Diagnosing And Treating Distal Tibia Epiphysitis

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Sham orthosis

December 15, 2014

Hi, I am a new member and I speciliased in spatial sciences. My research is in the analysis of human motions I have been scratching my head over the term “sham orthosis” Could someone please tell me what is the word SHAM in sham orthosis mean

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best exercises to prevent women’s knee injury

December 15, 2014

Review finds best exercises to prevent women’s knee injury By Madeline Kennedy Fri Dec 12, 2014 4:50pm EST (Reuters Health) – Some training methods are better than others at preventing knee ligament injuries in young women, researchers advise. Based on 14 previous studies, the researchers say training programs that focus on strengthening the legs and hips and stabilizing the abdomen are the most effective for preventing injury to the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL), and doing more than one type of exercise is also important. “We know neuromuscular training can reduce ACL injury in female athletes, but we were not sure what exercises are the best to attain the maximal prophylactic effects,” said Dai Sugimoto of The Micheli Center for Sports Injury Prevention and the Boston Children’s Hospital Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine department, in Massachusetts

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Post foot fusion surgery bed wedge/elevator pillow

December 15, 2014

I had fusion surgery on my foot a week ago.

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Big Toe Kick Injury

December 15, 2014

I am currently recovering from a plantar plate injury/sesamoiditis , and a bone contusion in the first metatarsal head in my left foot. It has been 2 1/2 months and I’m finally seeing some measurable improvement, after many weeks in a walking boot and almost 3 weeks using a knee roller

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