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The Effect of Joint Mobilization on Dynamic Postural Control in Patients With Chronic Ankle Instability: A Critically Appraised Topic.
Kosik KB and Gribble PA. J Sport Rehabil 2018. PMID 27992241
CLINICAL QUESTION: What is the evidence to support ankle joint mobilization for improving performance on the SEBT in patients with CAI? ...Only 2 articles demonstrated favorable results following 6 sessions of ankle joint mobilization. Clinical Bottom Line: Despite the mixed results, the majority of the available evidence suggests that ankle joint mobilization improves dynamic postural control. ...
CLINICAL QUESTION: What is the evidence to support ankle joint mobilization for improving performance on the SEBT in patients …
The Role of Ankle Proprioception for Balance Control in relation to Sports Performance and Injury.
Han J, et al. Biomed Res Int 2015 - Review. PMID 26583139 Free PMC article.
Proprioception plays an essential role in balance control, and ankle proprioception is arguably the most important. This paper reviews ankle proprioception and explores synergies with balance control, specifically in a sporting context. Central processing of ankle proprioceptive information, along with other sensory information, enables integration for balance control. ...
Proprioception plays an essential role in balance control, and ankle proprioception is arguably the most important. This paper review …
Reliability of metatarsophalangeal and ankle joint torque measurements by an innovative device.
Man HS, et al. Gait Posture 2016. PMID 27289023
MPJ and ankle joint stiffness measurement is still largely depended on manual skills as current devices do not have good control on alignment, angular joint speed and displacement during measurement. ...The mean peak torques of MPJ and ankle joint of between-day and within-day measurement were 1.50±0.38Nm/deg and 1.19±0.34Nm/deg. ...
MPJ and ankle joint stiffness measurement is still largely depended on manual skills as current devices do not have good contr …
A three-dimensional model to assess the effect of ankle joint axis misalignments in ankle-foot orthoses.
Fatone S, et al. Prosthet Orthot Int 2016. PMID 25096949
BACKGROUND: Misalignment of an articulated ankle-foot orthosis joint axis with the anatomic joint axis may lead to discomfort, alterations in gait, and tissue damage. ...METHODS: Three-dimensional scans of a leg and ankle-foot orthosis were incorporated into a link segment model where the ankle-foot orthosis joint axis could be misaligned with the anatomic ankle joint axis. ...
BACKGROUND: Misalignment of an articulated ankle-foot orthosis joint axis with the anatomic joint axis may lead to disc …
Pressure Distribution in the Ankle and Subtalar Joint With Routine and Oversized Foot Orthoses.
Williamson P, et al. Foot Ankle Int 2018. PMID 29696991
This study attempts to quantify the effects of orthoses on the intra-articular force distribution of the ankle and subtalar joint using a cadaveric testing jig to simulate weight bearing. ...Pressure-mapping sensors were inserted into the ankle and subtalar joint. Mean pressure, peak pressure, contact area, and center of force were measured in both the ankle and subtalar joints for barefoot and 2 medial foot orthosis conditions. ...
This study attempts to quantify the effects of orthoses on the intra-articular force distribution of the ankle and subtalar joint
Effects of joint stabilizers on proprioception and stability: A systematic review and meta-analysis.
Ghai S, et al. Phys Ther Sport 2017 - Review. PMID 28262354
Meta-analysis of pooled studies demonstrated beneficial effects of joint stabilizers on the knee (95% CI: 0.35°-0.61°) and ankle (at 10: 0.1°-0.65°) joint proprioception, and negligible effects on postural stability (-0.28°-0.19°). CONCLUSION: The pooled evidence suggests that application of joint stabilizers enhances joint proprioception and stability by not merely altering the mechanical stability of the underlying musculoskeletal structures but by also causing subtle changes in cerebral haemodynamics and musculoskeletal activation. ...
Meta-analysis of pooled studies demonstrated beneficial effects of joint stabilizers on the knee (95% CI: 0.35°-0.61°) and ankle
Foot and Ankle Joint Biomechanical Adaptations to an Unpredictable Coronally Uneven Surface.
Segal AD, et al. J Biomech Eng 2018. PMID 28787472
The foot-ankle complex may adapt to improve balance on uneven terrains, a recovery strategy which may be more challenging in patients with foot-ankle pathologies. ...Push-off work increased for the hindfoot-tibia joint on the everted surface and for the forefoot-hindfoot joint on the inverted surface. ...
The foot-ankle complex may adapt to improve balance on uneven terrains, a recovery strategy which may be more challenging in patients …
In-vivo analysis of ankle joint movement for patient-specific kinematic characterization.
Ferraresi C, et al. Proc Inst Mech Eng H 2017. PMID 28558514
In this article, a method for the experimental in-vivo characterization of the ankle kinematics is proposed. The method is meant to improve personalization of various ankle joint treatments, such as surgical decision-making or design and application of an orthosis, possibly to increase their effectiveness. This characterization in fact would make the treatments more compatible with the specific patient's joint physiological conditions. ...
In this article, a method for the experimental in-vivo characterization of the ankle kinematics is proposed. The method is meant to i …
Experimental evaluation of current and novel approximations of articular surfaces of the ankle joint.
Belvedere C, et al. J Biomech 2018. PMID 29716723
The goal of this study was to compare in vitro this novel design with traditional cylindrical or medially centered conic geometries in terms of their ability to replicate the natural ankle joint mechanics. Ten lower limb cadaver specimens underwent a validated process of custom design for the replacement of the natural ankle joint. ...
The goal of this study was to compare in vitro this novel design with traditional cylindrical or medially centered conic geometries in terms …
The association of ankle dorsiflexion and dynamic knee valgus: A systematic review and meta-analysis.
Lima YL, et al. Phys Ther Sport 2018 - Review. PMID 28974358
OBJECTIVE: The objective of this systematic review was to evaluate the association between ankle dorsiflexion (ADF) and dynamic knee valgus (DKV). ...
OBJECTIVE: The objective of this systematic review was to evaluate the association between ankle dorsiflexion (ADF) and dynamic knee …
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