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A Review on Postural Realignment and its Muscular and Neural Components

@inproceedings{Young2003ARO,
  title={A Review on Postural Realignment and its Muscular and Neural Components},
  author={Michael A. Young},
  year={2003}
}
Posture is the alignment and maintenance of body segments in certain positions, such as standing, lying, or sitting. There is thought to be an optimal posture for any given task (Gracovetsky, 1988). Considerable deviations from optimal posture are thought to be aesthetically unpleasant, adversely influence muscle efficiency, and predispose individuals to musculoskeletal or neurological pathologic conditions (Novak & Mackinnon, 1997; as cited in Hrysomallis & Goodman, 2001). It has been stated… 

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Comparison of vertical ground reaction force during walking in children with flat foot and a normal foot

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The word 'comprehensive' in the title thus represents no idle boast. Insofar as this single volume covers the entire curriculum recommended by his official examining boards, it will no doubt serve a