Hassan Daneshmandi

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OBJECTIVE To determine whether fibular repositioning tape influenced the postural control performance in athletes with and without chronic ankle instability (CAI). SETTING Research laboratory. DESIGN A cross-sectional study, within subjects experimental study design between 4 ankle conditions (taped and untaped: CAI and healthy athletes). PARTICIPANTS(More)
Joint range of motion (ROM) is very important in daily activities, sport and in clinical diagnosis. Many factors have been reported to influence joint ROM. Musculoskeletal adaptation and some special side effects due to his or her physical demands and movement patterns in professional athletes are very important subjects in sport sciences. The present study(More)
DANESHMANDI, H.; SAKI, F.; SHAHHEIDARI, S. Lower extremity malalignment and linear relation with Q angle in female athletes. Brazilian Journal of Biomotricity, v. 5, n. 1, p. 45-52, 2011. Lower extremity alignment has been proposed as a risk factor for acute and chronic lower extremity injuries. The aim of this study was to determine the extent to which(More)
The purpose of this study was to determine the relationship between obesity and flatfoot among high – school students in Rasht (North Province of Iran). 1180 students (726 boys and 454 girls) were selected cluster random sampling. Height and weight of subjects were measured by using standard apparatus. BMI (weight / height ) was considered as the index of(More)
Fifteen male high school students (12.5±0.5 years) voluntarily participated in this study. They carried backpacks with 0 (as a control group), 8, 10.5 and 13% of their body weights on a treadmill at 1.1 m/s for 15 min. Their systolic (SBP) and diastolic (DBP) blood pressure was measured by a digital blood pressure meter, and heart rate (HR), minute(More)
PURPOSE Ankle sprain is one of the most common injuries among athletes and instability and injury to this joint is responsible for long time loss of physical and recreational activity. Also, it can impose high costs to sport teams. Prevention of this injury is an important concern of practice and rehabilitation. One way of reducing the possibility of ankle(More)
Zurkhaneh as one the oldest sport is include many overhead movements. The purpose of this study was comparison between ratio of strength and range of motion in internal and external rotation in the shoulder joint’s zurkhaneh athletes with Non-athletes. The subjects in this study included 29 zurkhaneh athletes with mean age (23.51±2.04) and mean years of(More)
Sitting posture can affected the spine muscle activity. The aim of study was the measurement of lumbar muscle (erector spine and multifidus muscle) activity in students with different height while sitting on the same classroom furniture. The subjects classified in two groups according ISO 5970 for dimensions of classroom furniture. The muscle activity of(More)
BACKGROUND Posture instability and unsteady gait disorders in Parkinson's Disease (PD) usually contribute to fall-related fractures. Fall-related trauma in PD is the most common reason for injury. Despite providing modern care for PD patients (PP) in the recent years, anti-PD drugs have no effect on falling. There is an urgent need to administer exercise(More)
The aim of this research was to verifying undesirable skeletal muscular compatibilities phenomenon of athletes that was done by study of knee alignment and comparing it with matched group who were non-athletes. Therefore, 30 soccer players with a mean of age, height, weight and history of sport respectively 25.96 ± 2.90 years, 176.5 ± 5.29 cm, 69.60 ± 6.17(More)