Pronation

Publication Title: 
Journal of Manipulative and Physiological Therapeutics

A series of blinded studies to determine the feasibility of documenting functional leg length inequalities and changes in functional leg length in normal and non-normal patients were performed. A new apparatus designed to minimize or eliminate subjective components of inequality assessment, while attaining high levels of precision, was developed. Subjects were evaluated for presence of cervical spine lesion by five independent examiners and grouped into "lesioned" and "nonlesioned" categories.

Author(s): 
Falltrick, D. R.
Pierson, S. D.
Publication Title: 
Journal of Manipulative and Physiological Therapeutics

OBJECTIVE: To measure changes in the quadriceps femoris angle (Q-angle) after the insertion of full-length flexible orthotics. SETTING: Outpatient health center of Logan College of Chiropractic. SUBJECTS: A total of 40 male subjects were included in the study population. The selected population all demonstrated bilateral pes planus or hyperpronation syndrome. DESIGN: Before-after trial. METHOD: A cohort demonstrating bilateral hyperpronation was recruited. The subjects were cast according to standard protocols provided by the manufacturer.

Author(s): 
Kuhn, D. Robert
Yochum, Terry R.
Cherry, Anton R.
Rodgers, Sean S.
Publication Title: 
Journal of Manipulative and Physiological Therapeutics

OBJECTIVE: To measure changes in the quadriceps femoris angle (Q-angle) after the insertion of full-length flexible orthotics. SETTING: Outpatient health center of Logan College of Chiropractic. SUBJECTS: A total of 40 male subjects were included in the study population. The selected population all demonstrated bilateral pes planus or hyperpronation syndrome. DESIGN: Before-after trial. METHOD: A cohort demonstrating bilateral hyperpronation was recruited. The subjects were cast according to standard protocols provided by the manufacturer.

Author(s): 
Kuhn, D. Robert
Yochum, Terry R.
Cherry, Anton R.
Rodgers, Sean S.
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