Cicily Hummer

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Although landing in a plantarflexion and inversion position is a well-known characteristic of lateral ankle sprains, the associated kinematics of the knee and hip is largely unknown. Therefore, the purpose of this study was to examine the changes in knee and hip kinematics during landings on an altered landing surface of combined plantarflexion and(More)
Though it is well known that landing in an excessively inverted and plantar-flexed position commonly causes lateral ankle sprains, this landing motion has not been well studied for its effects on the knee joint. This study examines the effects of landing surface inclinations on knee kinematics during drop landing. Twelve recreational athletes performed five(More)
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