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Cynthia J. Wright, Nico G. Silva, Erik E. Swartz and Brent L. Arnold

the floor. Participants were told the goal was to remove the face mask as quickly as possible while minimizing head motion. This goal was repeated between each trial, so participants were mindful of both aspects of performance (minimizing motion and speed). Participants were not given a normal or

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Paula R. Mesquita, Silvia G.R. Neri, Ricardo M. Lima, Eliane F. Manfio and Ana C. de David

recorded for both feet, 12 with the mean value of each foot used for analyses. In order to measure running foot loads, the same protocol was applied. The software EMED/R—Database Light 23.3.43 was used to construct feet masks of each participant for both walking and running. The masks were developed to

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Silvia Gonçalves Ricci Neri, André Bonadias Gadelha, Ana Luiza Matias Correia, Juscélia Cristina Pereira, Ana Cristina de David and Ricardo M. Lima

masks for of each participant. The masks were developed to produce 6 anatomical regions (whole foot, rearfoot, midfoot, forefoot, hallux and lesser toes) considering the whole stance phase of gait. The masking process for all participants was completed by the primary author, with previous research

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Hiroaki Hobara, Sakiko Saito, Satoru Hashizume, Hiroyuki Sakata and Yoshiyuki Kobayashi

largely unknown. By using group-based analysis, a previous study showed that the average velocity for a 100-m sprint in unilateral transtibial amputees significantly correlated with step frequency rather than with step length. 5 However, an average group-based analysis can actually mask important issues

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Bastiaan Breine, Philippe Malcolm, Veerle Segers, Joeri Gerlo, Rud Derie, Todd Pataky, Edward C. Frederick and Dirk De Clercq

the shoe-surface pressures. As such, the sum of recorded pressures multiplied by active sensor area should be equivalent to the total vertical GRF measured with the AMTI force plate. In the Footscan 7 software we applied a 4-zone mask: (a) lateral and (b) medial rearfoot (splitting the posterior 1

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Adam C. King

masks whether the sloped surfaces can be used to detect subtle postural impairments not revealed during standard quiet standing. Nonetheless, the utility and sensitivity of sloped surfaces to detect postural control difference following a concussion requires further investigation. Conclusions The single

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Senia Smoot Reinert, Allison L. Kinney, Kurt Jackson, Wiebke Diestelkamp and Kimberly Bigelow

Stability sway ranges across age groups may mask potentially important normal and pathological changes in postural control. These findings should also be considered when using Limits of Stability testing to determine differences between clinical populations (eg, Parkinson’s) and healthy older adults. In

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Hardeep Singh, Mark Lee, Matthew J. Solomito, Christian Merrill and Carl Nissen

, or soccer. 3 , 4 , 10 – 13 One explanation for the diverse presentation may be that primary lumbar extension exists in a variety of athletic movements but is not recognized, as the necessarily complex spine motion of sport masks lumbar extension. Baseball pitching is an extremely intricate motion

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Caroline Lisee, Tom Birchmeier, Arthur Yan, Brent Geers, Kaitlin O’Hagan, Callum Davis and Christopher Kuenze

assessments focus on bilateral landing tasks. 6 , 9 Although both single- and double-leg landings are important to consider, double-leg landing tasks often mask compensations that an individuals may use to protect or support the injured limb. Single-leg landing tasks demonstrate greater vGRF compared with

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Garrett S. Bullock, Taylor Chapman, Thomas Joyce, Robert Prengle, Taylor Stern and Robert J. Butler

score may remain the same, this may be masking a deficit in an individual movement pattern. By examining individual FMS test components, precise interventions can be utilized to enhance specific fundamental movement patterns. 12 , 13 The FMS has been shown to be an effective measure to assess movement