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Tibial rotation in running: does rearfoot adduction matter?

Discussion in 'Biomechanics, Sports and Foot orthoses' started by NewsBot, Oct 26, 2016.

  1. NewsBot

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    Tibial rotation in running: does rearfoot adduction matter?
    Katina Mira Fischer, Steffen Willwacher, Joseph Hamill, Gert-Peter Brüggemann
    Gait and Posture; Article in Press
     
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    DOES REARFOOT EVERSION ANGLE REPRESENT REARFOOT EXTERNAL EVERSION MOMENT DURING STANCE PHASE OF RUNNING?
    Norio Tsujimoto, Hiroyuki Nunome, Yasuo lkegami
    International Conference of Biomechanics in Sport (2016)
     
  4. wdd

    wdd Well-Known Member

    Talk about falling at the first hurdle!

    What's rearfoot adduction?

    Bill
     
  5. phil

    phil Active Member

    Lol, I read that too, and was confused! "Ahh, am i meant to know what rearfoot adduction is?"
     
  6. wdd

    wdd Well-Known Member

    Hi Phil,

    I can't find a definition online. I think I will start a thread entitled "What is rearfoot adduction?

    Maybe that will stimulate some to respond.

    Bill
     
  7. Romanair

    Romanair Welcome New Poster

    Rearfoot abduction/adduction is equivalent to rearfoot varus/valgus.
     
  8. Ian Drakard

    Ian Drakard Active Member

    Are you sure?
     
  9. Romanair

    Romanair Welcome New Poster

    Yes. Maybe it's a German or Eurpean thing, since the authors are German as well, but I found it in a German PT textbook.
    Unfortunately I can't post an image or link, since I don't have enough posts. But if you search for the rueckfuß abduktion adduktion you should find some illustrations.
     
  10. Ian Drakard

    Ian Drakard Active Member

    I question your definition because in the paper they also discuss rearfoot eversion seperately, and also discuss rearfoot adduction in the context of transverse plane within foot movement.
     
  11. Romanair

    Romanair Welcome New Poster

    My bad, your right. It's an internal/external rotation of the rearfoot foot.
     
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    The calcaneus adducts more than the shoe's heel during running
    Matthieu B. Trudeau, Carl Jewell, Eric Rohr, Katina Mira Fischer, Steffen Willwacher, Gert-Peter Brueggemann
    Footwear Science; 15 Jun 2017
     
  13. efuller

    efuller MVP

    Another article to refute those people that think shoes are foot coffins. The foot does move inside of the shoe.
     
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    Calcaneal adduction in slow running: three case studies using intracortical pins
    Katina Mira Fischer, Steffen Willwacher, Anton Arndt, Peter Wolf & Gert-Peter Brueggemann
    Footwear Science 13 Jul 2017
     
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