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Navicular Drop versus Dorsal Arch Height Difference?

Discussion in 'Biomechanics, Sports and Foot orthoses' started by NewsBot, May 28, 2013.

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    The Optimal Method to Assess the Vertical Mobility of the Midfoot: Navicular Drop versus Dorsal Arch Height Difference?
    McPoil TG, Cornwall MW, Abeler MG, Devereaux KJ, Flood LJ, et al
    Clin Res Foot Ankle 1:104 2013
     
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    Association of Navicular Drop and Selected Lower-Limb Biomechanical Measures During the Stance Phase of Running
    Mansour Eslami, Mohsen Damavandi, and Reed Ferber
    Journal of Applied Rehabilitation (in press)
     
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    Navicular index for differentiation of flatfoot from normal foot.
    Roth S, Roth A, Jotanovic Z, Madarevic T.
    Int Orthop. 2013 Jun;37(6):1107-12.
     
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    Normative values of Navicular drop test and the effect of demographic
    parameters - A cross sectional study

    Umesh Adhikari, Watson Arulsingh, Ganesh Pai and Joseph Oliver Raj
    Annals of Biological Research, 2014, 5 (7):40-48
     
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    A study to correlate clinically
    validated normalized truncated navicular height to brody's navicular drop test in characterizing medial arch of the foot.

    Rajakaruna, R.M.B.D., Arulsing, W., Oliver Raj, J., Sinha, M.,
    BMR Medicine. 1(1), pp.1-7 2015
    ABSTRACT
     
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    Evaluating the Medial Longitudinal Arch of the Foot: Correlations, Reliability, and Accuracy in People With a Low Arch
    Juan C Zuil-Escobar Carmen B Martínez-Cepa Jose A Martín-Urrialde Antonia Gómez-Conesa
    Physical Therapy: 07 December 2018
     
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