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Genki Hatano, Shigeyuki Suzuki, Shingo Matsuo, Satoshi Kataura, Kazuaki Yokoi, Taizan Fukaya, Mitsuhiro Fujiwara, Yuji Asai and Masahiro Iwata

during stretching (B) as seen from the left side. (A) The seat of the dynamometer was maximally raised, and a wedge-shaped cushion was inserted between the trunk and backrest, creating a seat face-back angle of approximately 60°. The subjects were seated in this position and their chest, pelvis, and

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Adam E. Jagodinsky, Christopher Wilburn, Nick Moore, John W. Fox and Wendi H. Weimar

&L Engineering, Tustin, CA) were attached bilaterally on the pelvis, thigh, shank, and foot of each participant for motion capture (Table  2 ). Calibration markers were utilized to estimate joint centers from a static calibration trial and were removed prior to walking trials. Measurement of segment motion was

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Anna C. Severin, Brendan J. Burkett, Mark R. McKean, Aaron N. Wiegand and Mark G.L. Sayers

ethics approval. Instrumentation This study used six 100-Hz inertial sensors (Nanotrak; Catapult Sports, Docklands, Australia) to track trunk, pelvis, and lower limb kinematics. Inertial sensors are a validated tool for kinematic analyses ( Cuesta-Vargas, Galán-Mercant, & Williams, 2010 ; Steins, Dawes

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David Phillips and Andrew Karduna

recorded. Figure 1 Experimental setup. (1) Bracket and load cell set flush with forearm at 60° humeral elevation. (2) Middle deltoid electrodes. (3) Floor taping. Tape was placed at 60° from the coronal plane. The subject’s feet and pelvis were placed parallel to these lines with the shoulder in line with

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Jan Wilke, Kristin Kalo, Daniel Niederer, Lutz Vogt and Winfried Banzer

. 2013 ; 46 : 1003 – 1007 . PubMed ID: 23394717 doi:10.1016/j.jbiomech.2012.11.044 10.1016/j.jbiomech.2012.11.044 18. Cruz-Montecinos C , González Blanche A , López Sánchez D , Cerda M , Sanzana-Cuche R , Cuesta-Vargas A . In vivo relationship between pelvis motion and deep fascia

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Drue Stapleton

(BEND); segmental twist (TWIST); gait (GAIT); box lift (BOX); coin lift (COIN); single leg deadlift (SLDL); single leg squat (SLSQ); torsion control (TORS); pelvis rock (PEL) Composite FMS; injury = history of prior OMSD from fire department database; “injuries not related to functional movement such as

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Anamaria Laudet Silva Mangubat, Janet Hanwen Zhang, Zoe Yau-Shan Chan, Aislinn Joan MacPhail, Ivan Pui-Hung Au and Roy Tsz-Hei Cheung

:10.1007/s00221-006-0353-6 10.1007/s00221-006-0353-6 16489437 6. Latt MD , Menz HB , Fung VS , Lord SR . Walking speed, cadence and step length are selected to optimize the stability of head and pelvis accelerations . Exp Brain Res . 2008 ; 184 ( 2 ): 201 – 209 . PubMed ID: 17717650 doi

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Scott R. Brown, Erin R. Feldman, Matt R. Cross, Eric R. Helms, Bruno Marrier, Pierre Samozino and Jean-Benoît Morin

sprint faster. Additionally, it could be speculated that both legs and adjacent structures (pelvis, spine) may experience unnecessary or even hazardous stress due to exceeding physical capacities or imbalance-related compensations. The data presented in this case study favors the notion that greater hip

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Kadhiresan R. Murugappan, Michael N. Cocchi, Somnath Bose, Sara E. Neves, Charles H. Cook, Todd Sarge, Shahzad Shaefi and Akiva Leibowitz

.3–5.1), acidemia with serum bicarbonate of 8 mEq/L (reference range 22–32), and acute kidney injury with a serum creatinine of 1.98 mg/dl (reference range 0.5–1.2). Imaging studies including computed tomography scans of the head, cervical spine, chest, abdomen, and pelvis were unrevealing. A urine toxicology

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Victoria Fauntroy, Marcie Fyock, Jena Hansen-Honeycutt, Esther Nolton and Jatin P. Ambegaonkar

model in a healthy population, is most reliable between sessions when performed by a single-experienced rater. Abbreviations: ABD, abduction; ADD, adduction; ANT, anterior; AT, athletic trainer; ATC, certified athletic trainer; bilat., bilateral; BW, body weight; CPD, contralateral pelvis drop; DDx