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New measurements of rearfoot, forefoot and shank-forefoot alignment in athletes

Discussion in 'Biomechanics, Sports and Foot orthoses' started by NewsBot, Mar 30, 2011.

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    New measurements of rearfoot, forefoot and shank-forefoot alignment in athletes.
    Mendonça LD, Bittencourt NF, Amaral G, Diniz L, Souza T, Silva P, Fonseca ST.
    Br J Sports Med. 2011 Apr;45(4):343.
     
  2. Griff

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    Nice reliability study. Hopefully this is work which is ongoing, and this group will publish some papers on how/if this new measurement correlates with lower limb musculoskeletal overuse injury. Until then it's just another potentially 'meaningless' measurement (albeit a very repeatable one).

    Er... no. You can't get there from here.
     
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    Reliability of digital photography for assessing lower extremity alignment in individuals with flatfeet and normal feet types
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