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Effectiveness of foot orthoses for the prevention of lower limb overuse injuries in naval recruits:

Discussion in 'Biomechanics, Sports and Foot orthoses' started by NewsBot, Feb 17, 2018.

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    Effectiveness of foot orthoses for the prevention of lower limb overuse injuries in naval recruits: a randomised controlled trial
    Daniel R Bonanno, George S Murley, Shannon E Munteanu, Karl B Landorf, Hylton B Menz
    Br J Sports Med 2018;52:298-302
     
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  3. Good work Daniel, George, Shannon, Karl and Hylton!!
     
  4. Dr. Steven King

    Dr. Steven King Well-Known Member

    Aloha,
    Good research.

    A few follow up questions.
    What was the boot midsole material made out of (PU or EVA blown foam) and what was its durometer and thickness? (brand and make of boot)
    Where were the blisters located?
    What was the max load and duration of that load the test subject soldiers where tasked to tackle during this testing?

    A hui hou,
    Steve

    :)

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