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Ankle dorsiflexion: what is normal?

Discussion in 'Biomechanics, Sports and Foot orthoses' started by NewsBot, Jul 16, 2016.

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    Ankle dorsiflexion: what is normal? Development of a decision pathway for diagnosing impaired ankle dorsiflexion and M. gastrocnemius tightness.
    Baumbach SF, Braunstein M, Seeliger F, Borgmann L, B?cker W, Polzer H
    Arch Orthop Trauma Surg. 2016 Jul 14
     
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    Diagnosis of Musculus Gastrocnemius Tightness - Key Factors for the Clinical Examination.
    Baumbach SF et al
    J Vis Exp. 2016 Jul 7;(113). doi: 10.3791/53446.
     
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    The relationship of weight-bearing and non-weight bearing ankle dorsiflexion to balance and gait performance in young and older adults
    Elizabeth Norris et al
    Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation; in press
     
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    A pilot investigation into the relationship between static diagnosis of ankle equinus and dynamic ankle and foot dorsiflexion during stance phase of gait: Time to revisit theory?
    Alfred Gatt, Stephanie De Giorgio, Nachiappan Chockalingam, Cynthia Formosa
    The Foot; Article in Press
     
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    Relationship Between Weightbearing Ankle Dorsiflexion Passive Range of Motion and Ankle Kinematics During Gait.
    Min-Hyeok Kang, PhD, Jae-Seop Oh, PhD
    Journal of the American Podiatric Medical Association: January 2017, Vol. 107, No. 1, pp. 39-45.
     
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