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Muscle fatigue affects tibial strain

Discussion in 'Biomechanics, Sports and Foot orthoses' started by NewsBot, May 15, 2006.

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    The effect of muscle fatigue on in vivo tibial strains
    Journal of Biomechanics Accepted 12 March 2006 published online 9 May 2006
     
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  3. Craig Payne

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    Muscle fatigue affects a lot more than tibial strain. I have seen data from a couple of projects in which lower limb and foot biomechanics are different when muscles are fatigued....sort of raises a question as to when should we being doing kinematic and kinetic studies of foot orthoses --- should subjects be fresh or fatigued?
     
  4. Phil Wells

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    Craig
    I coudn't agree more re when we should be doing foot orthoses/ mechanics research. I always advise that practitioners should assess sports patients etc post sport. Work by Gefen and a few Japanese researchers showed that both foot and postural mechanics were changed significantly post - fatigue.
    I have also seen significant foot posture index scores and navicular drop in patients pre-and post sport.

    Phil
     
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    Effects of Fatigue on Running Mechanics Associated with Tibial Stress Fracture Risk.
    Clansey AC, Hanlon M, Wallace ES, Lake MJ.
    Med Sci Sports Exerc. 2012 Apr 19.
     
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