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Emerging Concepts in Podiatric Biomechanics

Discussion in 'Biomechanics, Sports and Foot orthoses' started by Kevin Kirby, Nov 30, 2006.


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    Colleagues:

    For those that are interested, an article that I wrote recently on "Emerging Concepts in Podiatric Biomechanics" is now availabe at the Podiatry Today website. http://www.podiatrytoday.com/article/6436
     
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    How Modern Technological Advances Have Reinvented Gait Analysis
    Understanding The Potential Benefits Of Finite Element Analysis
    Examining The Debate Over Subtalar Joint Neutral Theory
    A Closer Look At The Effects Of STJ Axis Location And Rotational Equilibrium
    How The Tissue Stress Theory Has Evolved Over The Years
    What About The Sagittal Plane Facilitation Of Motion Theory?
    What You Should Know About The Preferred Movement Pathway Theory
     
  3. Dennis Kiper

    Dennis Kiper Well-Known Member

    As to the The Sagittal Plane Facilitation Of Motion Theory--this is not a theory, this is how displacement works.
    The answers to every bio-mechanical statement above, rests in the scientific accuracy aka Finite Elemental Analysis of the technology being used and tested. When the results can be shown to be consistent , reliable and precisely accurate, then you can predict the mechanics and functional mechanics including tissue response and predictability of outcome along the models of theoretical axis location and rotational equilibrium, then you can remove the theoretical portion from it . It would also explain accurately what are presently theories ie SPF of MT and what you should know About The Preferred Movement Pathway Theory. The whole debate over STJ neutral could finally be scientifically answered. So, if you want to know about " Foot-Strike Pattern and Performance in a Marathon you won't find all the answers (you want), until you're technology- is science based.
     
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