Postural responses to lateral perturbation in healthy subjects and ankle sprain patients.

@article{Brunt1992PosturalRT,
  title={Postural responses to lateral perturbation in healthy subjects and ankle sprain patients.},
  author={Denis Brunt and James C. Andersen and B Huntsman and L B Reinhert and Anders Thorell and James C Sterling},
  journal={Medicine and science in sports and exercise},
  year={1992},
  volume={24 2},
  pages={171-6}
}
The purpose of this study was to investigate postural responses of healthy subjects and patients with recent ankle sprains following a perturbation that created sway in the frontal plane. EMG data were taken from the posterior tibialis (PT) (not monitored in patients), peroneal longus (PL), and tibialis anterior muscles (TA). Subjects stood on a platform that provided a rotational perturbation (approximately 70 degrees.s-1) in the frontal plane. This perturbation had the effect of everting and… CONTINUE READING

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