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The effects of landing on lower extremity function

The effects of landing on lower extremity function

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Jumping,
  • Kinesiology,
  • Human mechanics,
  • Joints -- Range of motion

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Janet Sue Dufek
    SeriesHealth, physical education and recreation microform publications
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Paginationxiv, 133 leaves
    Number of Pages133
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14641549M

    Abstract DEVITA, P. and W. A. SKELLY. Effect of landing stiffness on joint kinetics and energetics in the lower extremity. Med. Sci. Sports Exerc., Vol. 24, No. 1, pp. –, Ground reaction forces (GRF), joint positions, joint moments, and muscle powers in the lower extremity were compared between soft and stiff landings from a vertical tall of 59 cm. Soft and still‘ landings had Cited by: the effect of functional fatigue on lower extremity response to jump landing tasks with and without a semi-rigid ankle brace. The biceps femoris and peroneus brevis muscles are often considered stabilizers in jump landings. Therefore, it was hypothesized that biceps femoris and peroneus.

    What is the effect of joint actions in the propulsive phase of the long jump? 1) action at the ankle dorsiflexes 2) action at metatarsal-phalangeal joints lifts body upward 3) hip action extends the hip at takeoff 4) knee action causes extension at takeoff. Individuals with a lower extremity movement impairment syndrome are usually characterized by excessive foot pronation (flat feet), increased knee valgus (knock-kneed), and increased movement at the lumbo-pelvic-hip complex (extension or flexion) during functional movements.

    lower extremity. The foot is the terminal joint in the lower kinetic chain that opposes external resistance. Proper arthrokinematic movement within the foot and ankle influences the ability of the lower limb to attenuate the forces of weightbearing. It is important for the lower extremity to distribute and dissipate compressive, tensile.   Associations between core strength, neuromuscular activity, and lower extremity function during this test are detailed. In addition, a newer dynamic single-leg squat test is described. These assessment tools are recommended to determine impairments, prescribe individualized interventions, and assess those athletes who may benefit from an ACL Cited by: 4.


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The effects of landing on lower extremity function. [Janet Sue Dufek] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library. Create Book\/a>, schema:CreativeWork\/a>, bgn:Thesis\/a>. So, core strengthening protocol can be effective in preventing injuries in the lower extremity.

Cite this article as: Farzaneh Gandomi, Maryam Najafi. Effect of core muscles fatigue on landing. Lower extremity lean mass influenced knee loading during landing in women but not in men.

The effect appeared to be stronger in women with less LELM. Continually decreasing knee loading over time may reflect a strategy chosen to avoid injury. Effects of Developmental Stage and Sex on Lower Extremity Kinematics and Vertical Ground Reaction Forces During Landing. Erik E.

Swartz, PhD, ATC, contributed to the conception and design; acquisition and analysis and interpretation of the data; and drafting and final approval of the article.

Eleven physically active females experienced in landing and free of lower extremity injury (age = ± yr, height = ± m, mass = ± kg) performed 10 single-leg drop. Gender Differences in Lower Extremity Landing Mechanics Caused by Neuromuscular Fatigue Article (PDF Available) in The American Journal of Sports Medicine 36(3) April with 5, Reads.

the effects of instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization on lower extremity muscle performance: a randomized controlled trial Nicole MacDonald, DrPH, ATC, CSCS, 1 Russell Baker, DAT, ATC, 2 and Scott W.

Cheatham, PhD, DPT, PT, OCS, ATC, CSCS 3Cited by: 3. The Lower Extremity Functional Scale (LEFS) is a questionnaire containing 20 questions about a person’s ability to perform everyday tasks.

The LEFS can be used by clinicians as a measure of patients' initial function, ongoing progress and outcome, as well as to set functional goals. Lower Extremity Functional Index We are interested in knowing whether you are having any difficulty at all with the activities listed below because of your lower limb problem for which you are currently seeking attention.

Please provide an answer for each activity. The purpose of the current study was to investigate the effects of jump height and jump speed on lower extremity biomechanics during a stop-jump task and the effect of cutting speed on lower extremity biomechanics during a side-cutting by: 7.

• Chapter 17 Lower Extremity (LE) 4. 6/14/ 3 The Lower Extremities The effect/ purpose of combining is that it prevents the combined value from exceeding Criteria for Grades of Muscle Function of the Lower Extremity 34File Size: 2MB.

A study was conducted to investigate the cushioning effects of lower extremity functions on shock attenuation during landing on one leg.

Optical methods were used to investigate the cushioning effects of lower extremity functions, since these facilitated the quantitation of kinematic variables such as angle, change in angle, position, displacement and velocity during the by: 2.

Anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injuries occur most commonly during non-contact situations, such as landing from a jump. Arm position has been shown to affect the loading of the lower extremity and therefore alter the potential injury risk.

This study aimed to investigate the effect of arm position on lower extremity kinematics during single limb drop by: 1. During landing the lower extremity musculature must function in concert to dissipate the kinetic energy and bring the body’s downward momentum to zero (Devita and Skelly,Decker et al., ).

Single leg landings are performed primarily in the sagittal plane, hence controlled flexion of the joints is likely the primary mechanism through which the impulse is by: There is evidence that ankle bracing can affect lower-extremity biomechanics during landing-tasks but the strength of evidence depends on the biomechanical variable of interest, the ankle brace in question and the landing task by: 6.

Influence of External Ankle Support on Lower Extremity Joint Mechanics During Drop Landings Article in Journal of sport rehabilitation 19(2) May with 78 Reads How we measure 'reads'.

The purpose was to investigate the effects of lower extremity overuse injury proneness and landing height on the variability of selected joint moment characteristics. Considering the relationship of landing mechanics to noncontact ACL injury, studying the effects of exercise on biomechanical characteristics while in a fatigued state may provide insight into injury risk.

11, 14, 15, 17, 20 Therefore, the purpose of this study was to assess the effects of fatigue induced by a functional exercise protocol on the landing biomechanics of males and females.

We hypothesized that Cited by: 4. The purpose of this study was to examine the effect of taping on lower extremity during jump landing in subjects with functional ankle instability. we collected the data from VICON. Joint range of motion for sagittal plane, frontal plane and transverse plane were measured during a jump-landing task.

He received a B.S. in Athletic Training from Boston University inand a M.A in Exercise & Sport Science () and a Ph.D. in Human Movement Science () from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. His research interests include identification of neuromechanical factors related to lower extremity joint by:.

While numerous investigations have evaluated the influence of hip muscle strength or activity on frontal plane knee loading in isolation, we are aware of only three investigations which have evaluated these factors concomitantly.

Patrek et by: Ankle braces had no effect on subjective clinical assessments of lower extremity alignment or postural stability. Utilization of a prophylactic support at the ankle did not substantially alter the proximal components of the lower kinetic by: 3.the influence of heel height on muscle electromyography of the lower extremity during landing tasks in recreationally active females: a within subjects randomized trial Kelly M.

Lindenberg, PT, MSPT, PhD, 1 Christopher R. Lefever, PT, DPT, SCS, CSCS, 2 Kristin Andreyo, PT, DPT, 3 Author: Kelly M. Lindenberg, Christopher R. Lefever, Kristin Andreyo, Ryan Vaughan.