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Use of anti-pronation taping to assess suitability of orthotic prescription: case report.
This case report describes a strategy for assessing the suitability of orthotic prescription for individual patients with lower limb overuse injuries. The case concerns a 32 year old male soccerExpand
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Dynamic plantar pressure parameters associated with static arch height index during gait.
BACKGROUND Although extreme values of arch height have been associated with increased risk for overuse injury, knowledge is limited regarding the association between arch height and plantar pressureExpand
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Initial effects of anti-pronation tape on the medial longitudinal arch during walking and running
Objectives: To investigate the effect of an augmented LowDye taping technique on the medial longitudinal arch of the foot during dynamic tasks such as walking and jogging, and to elucidate theExpand
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Awareness and compliance with recommended running shoe guidelines among U.S. Army soldiers.
The purpose of this study was to determine awareness and compliance with recommended running shoe selection, sizing, and replacement guidelines among U.S. Army soldiers. Soldiers (n = 524) attendingExpand
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Effect of running shoe type on the distribution and magnitude of plantar pressures in individuals with low- or high-arched feet.
BACKGROUND Research addressing the effect of running shoe type on the low- or high-arched foot during gait is limited. We sought 1) to analyze mean plantar pressure and mean contact area differencesExpand
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Plantar foot pressures after the augmented low dye taping technique.
CONTEXT Taping and orthoses are frequently applied to control excessive foot pronation to treat or prevent musculoskeletal pain and injury of the lower limb. The mechanism(s) by which these devicesExpand
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' s report Title : Prediction of plantar pressure from clinical and radiological measurements in patients with diabetes Version : 1 Date : 7 May 2008
1. Throughout their study, the authors focused on peak plantar pressures. Previous studies have reported that while elevated foot pressures are an important risk factor in the development ofExpand