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Intrinsic foot muscles have the capacity to control deformation of the longitudinal arch

Discussion in 'Biomechanics, Sports and Foot orthoses' started by NewsBot, Jan 31, 2014.

  1. NewsBot

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    Intrinsic foot muscles have the capacity to control deformation of the longitudinal arch.
    Kelly LA, Cresswell AG, Racinais S, Whiteley R, Lichtwark G.
    J R Soc Interface. 2014 Jan 29;11(93):20131188.
     
  2. Yes, I wrote about the plantar intrinsic muscles stiffening the longitudinal arch eight years ago in the following Precision Intricast Newsletter: January 2006: Load-Deformation Characteristics of the Foot - Volume III in Kirby KA: Foot and Lower Extremity Biomechanics III: Precision Intricast Newsletters, 2002-2008. Precision Intricast, Inc., Payson, AZ, 2009, pp. 53-54.

    I have also discussed this in detail in my new book, March and April 2012: Load Sharing System of the Medial Longitudinal Arch - Volumes I and II Kirby KA: Foot and Lower Extremity Biomechanics IV: Precision Intricast Newsletters, 2009-2013. Precision Intricast, Inc., Payson, AZ, 2014, pp. 31-34 as I will also discuss next week in my lectures in Zaragoza, Spain with Craig Payne, Simon Spooner and Eric Fuller at the 2nd International Conference on Foot Pathology.
     
  3. Athol Thomson

    Athol Thomson Active Member

    This is a great paper by Luke Kelly a Podiatry Arena contributor.

    His group used fine wire EMG delivered under ultrasound guidance into intrinsic foot muscles which would have been challenging to carry out. Happy I wasn't a subject!

    Also 3D Kinematic data and kinetic (force plate) data in this in-depth study.


    Well done Luke.
     
  4. Ian Drakard

    Ian Drakard Active Member

    Second that Athol. Any chance of a copy please Luke?
     
  5. pod29

    pod29 Active Member

    Hi Ian

    If you PM me your email, I'll gladly send you a copy

    Regards

    Luke
     
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    Contribution of Plantar Fascia and Intrinsic Foot Muscles in a Single-Leg Drop Landing and Repetitive Rebound Jumps: An Ultrasound-Based Study
    Masanori Morikawa et al
    Int J Environ Res Public Health. 2021 Apr 23;18(9):4511
     
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