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The Infulence on Hypermobility on Children with Increased Femoral Anteversion: Static and Dynamic Foot Pressure Behavior
Increased femoral anteversion (IFA) is the forwardly rotated femoral head relative to transcondilar axis of the knee(1). IFA and hypermobility syndrome are seen together in pediatric clinic(2). For IFA children, effects ...
Distinguishing the Influences of Increased Femoral Anteversion From Hypermobility During Walking For Neurologically Intact Individuals
Increased femoral anteversion (IFA) is a transverse plane problem that may lead to alterations on lower body kinematics during walking (1,2). IFA and hypermobility syndrome are commonly seen together in healthy individuals ...
"How Does Hypermobility Affect Lower Extremity Function for Children with Increased Femoral Anteversion? Describing Effects ofReduced Forefoot Sensation on Foot Pressure Distribution: Plot Study
Increased femoral anteversion (IFA) and joint hypermobility are commonly seen together in pediatric clinics. Femoral anteversion and joint hypermobility may contribute falling and fatigue in activities, as well as causing ...
Does clinically measured ankle plantar flexor muscle strength or weakness correlate with walking performance in healthy individuals?
OBJECTIVE: Muscle strength is usually measured using isometric hand-held dynamometers (HHDs) in the clinic. However, during functional activities, the muscle acts more dynamically. The aim of this study was to investigate ...
Increased femoral anteversion-related biomechanical abnormalities: lower extremity function, falling frequencies, and fatigue
Background: Increased femoral anteversion (IFA) is defined as forwardly rotated femoral head relative to the transcondylar knee axis which may have a potential to reduce the functional quality of adolescents. Therefore, ...