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)
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)
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)
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 25.02 kg and without a history of sport were(More)
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