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Equilibrium: Modern Biomechanics and Engineering Terminology for the Podiatrist

Discussion in 'Biomechanics, Sports and Foot orthoses' started by Kevin Kirby, Mar 8, 2015.


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    For those interested, I have just produced a new PowerPoint lecture titled "Equilibrium: Modern Biomechanics and Engineering Terminology for the Podiatrist". This is a longer and more detailed YouTube instructional video than my "Forces and Moments" lecture, but I thought the extra time was necessary to more fully explain the concepts of translational and rotational equilibrium and their clinical importance. I hope you all enjoy the lecture.

     
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  2. rdp1210

    rdp1210 Active Member

    Haven't had time to listen to the audio, but did go through your slides. Looks good. Once people understand statics, then we can move onto motion. Hopefully it will prepare people's minds to begin to be able to read David Winter's book.

    One of discussions we'll entertain down the road is rotation equilibrium across the midfoot joints.

    Take care,
    Daryl
     
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