Ankle motion influences the external knee adduction moment and may predict who will respond to lateral wedge insoles?: an ancillary analysis from the SILK trial

@inproceedings{Chapman2015AnkleMI,
  title={Ankle motion influences the external knee adduction moment and may predict who will respond to lateral wedge insoles?: an ancillary analysis from the SILK trial},
  author={G. Caywood Chapman and Matthew J Parkes and Laura M. Forsythe and David T. Felson and R. Jones},
  booktitle={Osteoarthritis and cartilage},
  year={2015}
}
OBJECTIVE Lateral wedge insoles are a potential simple treatment for medial knee osteoarthritis (OA) patients by reducing the external knee adduction moment (EKAM). However in some patients, an increase in their EKAM is seen. Understanding the role of the ankle joint complex in the response to lateral wedge insoles is critical in understanding and potentially identifying why some patients respond differently to lateral wedge insoles. METHOD Participants with medial tibiofemoral OA underwent… CONTINUE READING

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