High-speed non-invasive measurement of tibial rotation during the impact phase of running.

Abstract

Several injuries to the lower extremity in runners have been linked to excessive rates of internal rotation of the tibia just after ground impact. This study presents an improved method of capturing internal/external tibial rotation, and investigates whether estimates of rates of internal tibial rotation during the first 50 ms of contact during running are… (More)

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@article{Digby2005HighspeedNM, title={High-speed non-invasive measurement of tibial rotation during the impact phase of running.}, author={C J Digby and Mark J. Lake and Adrian Lees}, journal={Ergonomics}, year={2005}, volume={48 11-14}, pages={1623-37} }