Effect of motion control running shoes compared with neutral shoes on tibial rotation during running.

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OBJECTIVE To determine whether a motion control running shoe reduces tibial rotation in the transverse plane during treadmill running. DESIGN An experimental study measuring tibial rotation in volunteer participants using a repeated measures design. SETTING Human Movement Laboratory, School of Health Professions, University of Brighton. PARTICIPANTS… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.physio.2010.08.013

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@article{Rose2011EffectOM, title={Effect of motion control running shoes compared with neutral shoes on tibial rotation during running.}, author={Alice Rose and I. H. Birch and Raija M E Kuisma}, journal={Physiotherapy}, year={2011}, volume={97 3}, pages={250-5} }