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Planal Dominance

Discussion in 'Podiatry Arena Help, Suggestions and Comments' started by poshpinny, Jun 18, 2015.

  1. poshpinny

    poshpinny Welcome New Poster


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    Does anyone have a copy of the paper planal dominance by Green. I am trying to help a pilates teacher understand some foot mechanics and thought this would be a good place to start. Any other suggestions would be helpful. I have all three volumes of Kevin Kirby's newsletters......but I didn't want to run before we could walk! :)
     
  2. I have a hard copy I can upload as image files later if no one has a pdf. All you really need to know is that the bigger the angle an axis makes to a cardinal plane, the more movement that occurs in that plane.
     
  3. Griff

    Griff Moderator

    I have a pdf but am away from my computer for a few days. Will upload on my return if someone else hasn't already by then.
     
  4. Posh:

    Here's the pdf of the paper by Don Green and Adele Carol you requested (Green DR, Carol A: Planal dominance. JAPMA, 74:98-103,1984).

    Also, I have now written four Precision Intricast Newsletter Books. The last one was published in 2014. :drinks
     
  5. Ian Drakard

    Ian Drakard Active Member

    Thought you were meant to be on holiday :drinks
     
  6. Just got back from a shopping trip with my lovely wife in Manchester, so I suppose I am officially still on holiday.

    However, tomorrow morning starts Biomechanics Summer School here in Manchester where I finally get back to work. It's been a fun trip here in the UK so far and am looking forward to catching up with my many UK friends and colleagues at the seminar.

    Let the show begin!:drinks
     
  7. poshpinny

    poshpinny Welcome New Poster

    Thanks guys for your help.
     
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