The effect of different ranges of motion on local dynamic stability of the elbow during unloaded repetitive flexion-extension movements.


Local dynamic stability (LDS) of movement is controlled primarily by active muscles, and is known to be influenced by factors such as movement speed and inertial load. Other factors such as muscle length, the length of the target trajectory, and the resistance of passive tissues through ranges of motion (ROM) may also influence LDS. This study was designed… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.humov.2015.05.007