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Greater calc-cuboid excursion in those with plantar fasciitis

Discussion in 'Biomechanics, Sports and Foot orthoses' started by NewsBot, Sep 24, 2012.

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    THE EFFECTS OF PLANTAR FASCIITIS ON MULIT-SEGMENT FOOT RUNNING
    GAIT KINEMATICS

    Robin L. Bauer
    University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, 2012 Master Thesis

     
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  3. CraigT

    CraigT Well-Known Member

    Interesting title... the effect of plantar fasciitis on the the motion at Calc-cuboid rather than saying the plantar fasciitis is caused by the increased motion of the calc cuboid... not the usual mistake of confusing correlation with causation, but have they done it anyway???
     
  4. Skin markers on the cuboid? Doubt that was a very accurate representation of cuboid motion. Also, the subjects with plantar fasciitis might have been running differently due to the pain from their plantar fasciitis.

    However, nice try for a master's paper.
     
  5. CraigT

    CraigT Well-Known Member

    At least we have gone beyond modelling the foot as a single rigid segment...:bang:
     
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