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Patellofemoral pain and asymmetrical hip rotation

Discussion in 'Biomechanics, Sports and Foot orthoses' started by admin, Oct 31, 2005.

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    Hip Strength Is Greater in Athletes Who Subsequently Develop Patellofemoral Pain
    Kristen A. Herbst et al
    Am J Sports Med September 1, 2015
     
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    Is Hip Abduction Strength Asymmetry Present in Female Runners in the Early Stages of Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome?
    Christopher Plastaras, Zack McCormick, Cayli Nguyen, Monica Rho, Susan Hillary Nack, Dan Roth, Ellen Casey, Kevin Carneiro, Andrew Cucchiara, Joel Press, Jim McLean, and Franklin Caldera
    Am J Sports Med first published on November 13, 2015
     
  3. HansMassage

    HansMassage Active Member

    Was the author assuming that the affected side should be weaker and therefore discounted his findings because it was stronger?
    My observation is that people with the condition carry the weight more lateral over the affected knee and therefore the hip abductor should be stronger to accomplish this. The problem is not muscle asymmetry but center of gravity over the knee during the stride.
    As one prominent podiatrist told me "I need your help because I was only trained as far as the knee."
     
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    Two-dimensional knee valgus displacement as a predictor of patellofemoral pain in adolescent females
    S. Holden et al
    Scandinavian Journal of Medicine & Science in Sports; Early View
     
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  6. HansMassage

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    I agree with this blog post completely. I would like to add that the hip drop, #1 on the illustration often comes from inhibited Psoas minor so the problem may come from the origin at the thoracic lumbar junction.
     
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    Core muscle recruitment pattern during voluntary heel raises is different between patients with patellofemoral pain and healthy individuals
    Mana Biabanimoghadam, Alireza Motealleh, Sallie Melissa Cowan
    The Knee; Article in Press
     
  8. HansMassage

    HansMassage Active Member

    In complete agreement with my clinical experience. Usually requires thorough motion palpation of the spine to find the inhibiting lesion.
     
  9. timharmey

    timharmey Active Member

    Just talked to my physio pals they agree makes a lot of sense
     
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    The immediate effect of sacroiliac joint manipulation on EMG of vasti and gluteus medius in athletes with patellofemoral pain syndrome: a randomized controlled trial
    Alireza Motealleh, Elham Gheysari, Esmaeil shokri, Dr. Sobhan Sobhani
    Manual Therapy; Article in Press
     
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    Contribution of altered hip, knee and foot kinematics to dynamic postural impairments in females with patellofemoral pain during stair ascent.
    de Oliveira Silva D et al
    Knee. 2016 Feb 10.
     
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    Individuals With Patellofemoral Pain Have Less Hip Flexibility Than Controls Regardless of Treatment Outcome.
    Hamstra-Wright, Karrie L. PhD, ATC; Earl-Boehm, Jennifer PhD, ATC; Bolgla, Lori PhD, PT, ATC; Emery, Carolyn PhD, BScPT; Ferber, Reed PhD, ATC
    Clinical Journal of Sport Medicine: June 22, 2016
     
  13. HansMassage

    HansMassage Active Member

    In my practice knee pain and hip flexibility issues both relate to spinal or other postural distortions. The pain and decreased flexibility trace back to repetitive use stress in compensation for the distortion.
    Strengthening the distortion is counter productive. Stronger muscles can create more distress.
    Observational study of the antalgic reflexes leading to the location of the offending segment and correcting the cause has been the most successful method of relieving both knee pain and hip inflexibily or pain.
     
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    The outcome of hip exercise in patellofemoral pain: A systematic review
    Catherine Thomson et al
    Manual Therapy; December 2016Volume 26, Pages 1?30
     
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    Altered Hip Mechanics and Patellofemoral Pain.
    A Review of Literature

    Gholamhassan Mirzaie et al
    Ortopedia Traumatologia Rehabilitacja © MEDSPORTPRESS, 2016; 3(6); Vol. 18, 215-221
     
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    Hip abductor, trunk extensor and ankle plantar flexor endurance in females with and without patellofemoral pain.
    Van Cant J et al
    J Back Musculoskelet Rehabil. 2016 Sep 22.
     
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    The association between eccentric hip abduction strength and hip and knee angular movements in recreational male runners: An explorative study
    René B.K. et al
    Scandinavian Journal of Medicine & Science in Sports; 24 May 2017
     
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    POSTURAL STABILITY AND KINETIC CHANGE IN SUBJECTS WITH PATELLOFEMORAL PAIN AFTER A NINE-WEEK HIP AND CORE STRENGTHENING INTERVENTION
    Patrick M. Carry et al
    Int J Sports Phys Ther. 2017 Jun; 12(3): 314–323.
     
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    A DYNAMIC VALGUS INDEX THAT COMBINES HIP AND KNEE ANGLES: ASSESSMENT OF UTILITY IN FEMALES WITH PATELLOFEMORAL PAIN
    Sara A. Scholtes et al
    Int J Sports Phys Ther. 2017 Jun; 12(3): 333–340.
     
  20. HansMassage

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    Observational comment on the above 2 studies. The anatomy train of the plantaris from the lateral calcaneus to the medial femoris to the hip abductors to the pubic arch supported by either the abdominals or the psoas minor, results in a valgus movement if the sequencing is wrong with ground force contact and knee extension.
    Failure to resequence when changing between high heels and minimal neal lift for athletic activity could be problamatic for females.
     
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    Lower Extremity Muscle Activity, Kinematics, and Dynamic Postural Control in Individuals With Patellofemoral Pain
    Shiho Goto, Naoko Aminaka, Phillip A. Gribble
    Journal of Sport Rehabilitation
     
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    Comparison of the electrical activity of trunk core muscles and knee muscles in subjects with and without patellofemoral pain syndrome during gait
    Raheleh Dorosti et al
    Tehran Univ Med J. 2017; 75 (7) :504-512
     
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    Joint Moment-Angle Properties of the Hip Extensors in Subjects With and Without Patellofemoral Pain
    Curtis Kindel, John Challis
    Journal of Applied Biomechanics
     
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    WHICH IS THE BEST PREDICTOR OF EXCESSIVE HIP INTERNAL ROTATION IN WOMEN WITH PATELLOFEMORAL PAIN: REARFOOT EVERSION OR HIP MUSCLE STRENGTH? EXPLORING SUBGROUPS
    Amanda Schenatto Ferreira et al
    Gait and Posture; Article in Press
     
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    Hip kinematics during functional tasks in females with patellofemoral pain: Modification following rehabilitation and correlation with clinical improvement
    Benoit Pairot de Fontenay et al
    Phys Ther Sport; Article in Press
     
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    Is hip strengthening the best treatment option for females with patellofemoral pain? A randomized controlled trial of three different types of exercises
    Marcelo Camargo Saad et al
    Brazilian Journal of Physical Therapy; 4 April 2018
     
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    Neuromuscular Control of the Hip, Pelvis, and Trunk During Running
    Hannigan, James
    Thesis; University of Oregan
     
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    Runners with patellofemoral pain demonstrate sub-groups of pelvic acceleration profiles using hierarchical cluster analysis: an exploratory cross-sectional study
    Ricky Watari, Sean T. Osis, Angkoon Phinyomark and Reed Ferber
    BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders: 19 April 2018
     
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    DO MALES WITH PATELLOFEMORAL PAIN HAVE
    POSTEROLATERAL HIP MUSCLE WEAKNESS?

    Lisa T. Hoglund et al
    International Journal of Sports Physical Therapy · April 2018
     
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    The effect of additional strengthening and stretching of hip rotator muscles in patients with patellofemoral pain syndrome: A randomized controlled crossover study
    A.Kalai et al
    Annals of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine; Volume 61, Supplement, July 2018, Page e14
     
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    Effects of Hip Abductor Muscles Exercises on Pain and Function in Patients With Patellofemoral Pain: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis
    Rogan, Slavko et al
    The Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research: August 02, 2018 - Volume Publish Ahead of Print - Issue - p
     
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