Muscle contributions to support and progression during single-limb stance in crouch gait.

@article{Steele2010MuscleCT,
  title={Muscle contributions to support and progression during single-limb stance in crouch gait.},
  author={Katherine M. Steele and Ajay Seth and Jennifer L. Hicks and Michael S. Schwartz and Scott L. Delp},
  journal={Journal of biomechanics},
  year={2010},
  volume={43 11},
  pages={2099-105}
}
Pathological movement patterns like crouch gait are characterized by abnormal kinematics and muscle activations that alter how muscles support the body weight during walking. Individual muscles are often the target of interventions to improve crouch gait, yet the roles of individual muscles during crouch gait remain unknown. The goal of this study was to examine how muscles contribute to mass center accelerations and joint angular accelerations during single-limb stance in crouch gait, and… CONTINUE READING

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