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Plantar pressures and patellofemoral pain syndrome

Discussion in 'Biomechanics, Sports and Foot orthoses' started by NewsBot, May 10, 2011.

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    Influence of patellofemoral pain syndrome on plantar pressure in the foot rollover process during gait.
    Aliberti S, Costa Mde S, Passaro Ade C, Arnone AC, Hirata R, Sacco IC.
    Clinics (Sao Paulo). 2011;66(3):367-72.
     
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    Foot biomechanics and initial effects of infrapatellar strap on gait parameters in patients with unilateral patellofemoral pain syndrome
    Nilgun Beka et al
    The Foot; Volume 21, Issue 3, September 2011, Pages 114-118
     
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    Increased medial foot loading during drop jump in subjects with patellofemoral pain.
    Rathleff MS, Richter C, Brushøj C, Bencke J, Bandholm T, Hölmich P, Thorborg K.
    Knee Surg Sports Traumatol Arthrosc. 2014 Mar 22.
     
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    Plantar Loading Characteristics During Walking in Females With and Without Patellofemoral Pain.
    John D. Willson, Eric D. Ellis, and Thomas W. Kernozek
    Journal of the American Podiatric Medical Association: January 2015, Vol. 105, No. 1, pp. 1-7.
     
  6. Craig Payne

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    ...go figure!
     
  7. Dananberg

    Dananberg Active Member

    To me, decreased forefoot loading seems link a highly inverted foot position during walking or running. With this type of foot, inadequate 1st ray loading indicates an elevated position consistent with a Functional hallux limits. Pronation then occurs with heel off, causing the tibia to internally rotate while the femur is being externally rotated by pelvic motion. Knee joint gets caught in the middle.

    Howard
     
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    Effect of Custom-Made Insole Fabricated With Medial Heel Skive Technique on Plantar Pressure in Individuals With Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome.
    Aminian G R, Bahramian F, Bagherzadeh M, Fardipour S, Safaeipour Z, Abedian Avval A. Research Paper:
    RJ. 2016; 17 (3) :0-0
     
  9. Craig Payne

    Craig Payne Moderator

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    dumb
    1. did they even have foot types in which a medial skive was indicated? (we don't know; but the authors appear to have no idea what the indication for a medical skive is!)
    2. Since when is "distribute the pressure equitably over the examined regions" a desirable outcome of foot orthotics in patellofemoral pain? (if you want to alter kinetics/kinematics at the knee I would have thought and 'inequitable' distribution of plantar pressures would be needed to achieve it)
     
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    Alterations in center of pressure during single limb loading in individuals with patellofemoral pain.
    Craig R Gwynne
    Journal of the American Podiatric Medical Association In-Press.
     
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    Increased Ground Reaction Force Load Rates In
    Runners With Active Patellofemoral Pain

    Caleb D. Johnson, Jereme Outerleys, Julia M. Reilly, Adam
    S. Tenforde, Irene S. Davis
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