Patellar Tendinopathy Alters the Distribution of Lower Extremity Net Joint Moments During Hopping
- The Joint Moment Distribution of the Lower Extremity During Tai Chi Chuan. Pearlman, Richard; Singh, Jasvinder; Lewis, Cora // Journal of Alternative & Complementary Medicine;May2014, Vol. 20 Issue 5, pA30
An abstract of the study "The Joint Moment Distribution of the Lower Extremity During Tai Chi Chuan" by Wei Liu and colleagues is presented.
- Using Eccentric Exercise in the Treatment of Lower Extremity Tendinopathies. Sandrey, Michelle A. // Athletic Therapy Today;Jan2004, Vol. 9 Issue 1, p58
Discusses the use of eccentric exercise in the treatment of lower extremity tendinopathies. Means of preventing an overuse injury from occurring; Benefits of functional eccentric-contraction exercises; Complexity of patellar tendinopathy.
- Lower extremity control and dynamics during backward angular impulse generation in backward translating tasks. Mathiyakom, W.; McNitt-Gray, J. L.; Wilcox, R. // Experimental Brain Research;Mar2006, Vol. 169 Issue 3, p377
Observation of complex whole-body movements suggests that the nervous system coordinates multiple operational subsystems using some type of hierarchical control. When comparing two backward translating tasks performed with and without backward angular impulse, we have learned that task-specific...
- Are the take-off and landing phase dynamics of the volleyball spike jump related to patellar tendinopathy? Bisseling, R. W.; Hot, A. L.; Bredeweg, S. W.; Zwerver, J.; Mulde, T. // British Journal of Sports Medicine;Jun2008, Vol. 42 Issue 6, p483
Objective: The causal mechanism of the chronic sports injury patellar tendinopathy is not well understood. The aim of the present study was to compare ankle and knee joint dynamics during the performance of the volleyball spike jump between healthy volleyball players (n = 8) and asymptomatic...
- Etiology of Patellar Tendinopathy in Athletes. Hale, Sheri A. // Journal of Sport Rehabilitation;Aug2005, Vol. 14 Issue 3, p258
Objective: To review the etiology of patellar tendinopathy as it relates to clinical management of chronic patellar-tendon disease in athletes. Data Sources: Information was gathered from a MEDLINE search of literature in English using the key words patellar tendinitis, patellar tendonitis,...
- Walking on High Heels Changes Muscle Activity and the Dynamics of Human Walking Significantly. Simonsen, Erik B.; Svendsen, Morten B.; Nørreslet, Andreas; Baldvinsson, Henrik K.; Heilskov-Hansen, Thomas; Larsen, Peter K.; Alkjær, Tine; Henriksen, Marius // Journal of Applied Biomechanics;Feb2012, Vol. 28 Issue 1, p20
The aim of the study was to investigate the distribution of net joint moments in the lower extremities during walking on high-heeled shoes compared with barefooted walking at identical speed. Fourteen female subjects walked at 4 km/h across three force platforms while they were filmed by five...
- Lower Extremity Joint Moments During Uphill Cycling. Caldwell, Graham E.; Hagberg, James m.; McCloe, Steve D.; Li Li // Journal of Applied Biomechanics;May1999, Vol. 15 Issue 2, p166
Examines the lower extremity joint moments during cycling. Types of cycling conditions; Measurement of applied forces; Estimation of muscle length.
- Lower limb biomechanics during running in individuals with achilles tendinopathy: a systematic review. Munteanu, Shannon E.; Barton, Christian J. // Journal of Foot & Ankle Research;2011 Supplement 1, Vol. 4 Issue Suppl 1, p15
Background: Abnormal lower limb biomechanics is speculated to be a risk factor for Achilles tendinopathy. This study systematically reviewed the existing literature to identify, critique and summarise lower limb biomechanical factors associated with Achilles tendinopathy. Methods: We searched...
- Managing Patellar Tendinosis (Jumper's Knee). Fincher, A. Louise // Athletic Therapy Today;Mar2001, Vol. 6 Issue 2, p34
Focuses on the management of patellar tendinosis. Prevalence of Patellar tendinopathy among athletes; Complications of patellar tendinosis; Treatments for Patellar Tendinosis.