Gait kinematics & kinetics at three walking speeds in individuals with chronic ankle instability and ankle sprain copers.

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Summary of "Gait kinematics & kinetics at three walking speeds in individuals with chronic ankle instability and ankle sprain copers."

Individuals with CAI have demonstrated a more inverted foot position during walking when compared to a healthy control group. Copers are individuals who have had an ankle sprain but learn to cope and return to pre-injury levels of function and may be a better comparison group than healthy controls because they have had the same initial injury.


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Name: Gait & posture
ISSN: 1879-2219
Pages: 169-175


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