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Zachary K. Winkelmann, Ethan J. Roberts and Kenneth E. Games

participant’s distal patella and the ankle joint. For hip flexion, the participant was placed supine on the table. To minimize hip rotation, the participant was secured at the hip at the middle of the anterior pelvis to the treatment table using a seat belt. To avoid any contralateral hip flexion that may

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Francesco Campa, Federico Spiga and Stefania Toselli

. Get-up post to high pelvis bridge isolations 2 20 s 30 With arms behind the back, plant both palms on the ground with the fingers pointed backward and off to the side. Bend one leg and extend the other. Begin to bridge with the leg that is in the flexed position, moving the hips up toward the ceiling

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Patrick Ippersiel, Richard Preuss and Shawn M. Robbins

, Beach TAC . Using relative phase analyses and vector coding to quantify pelvis-thorax coordination during lifting-a methodological investigation . J Electromyogr Kinesiol . 2018 ; 39 : 104 – 113 . PubMed ID: 29482083 doi:10.1016/j.jelekin.2018.02.004 10.1016/j.jelekin.2018.02.004 29482083 16

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Komeil Dashti Rostami, Aynollah Naderi and Abbey Thomas

with ACL injury. 18 However, little is known of the effect of ACL injury on hip muscle activity. The muscles of the hip joint, specifically the gluteal muscle group, play a pivotal role in lower-extremity kinematics. 19 For example, the gluteus medius (GMED) stabilizes the pelvis and controls femoral

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Rob van der Straaten, Oren Tirosh, William A. (Tony) Sparrow and Rezaul Begg

, would be to reduce the swing limb’s effective length via coordinated movements of the pelvis, combined with modulations to the hip, knee, and ankle joints, of both the swing and the stance limb. 16 , 17 To more clearly identify such ground clearance control strategies, the root mean square (RMS

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Andrew D. Nordin and Janet S. Dufek

condition while subscript B denotes baseline. Condition impulse ratios therefore included: 1.125 (BW12.5˙H12.5), 1.250 (BW25˙H12.5), 1.414 (BW˙H25), 1.591 (BW12.5˙H25), and 1.768 (BW25˙H25). Following Nordin et al, 23 we performed supplementary analysis using maximum downward velocity of the pelvis

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Daniël M. van Leeuwen, Fabian van de Bunt, Cornelis J. de Ruiter, Natasja M. van Schoor, Dorly J.H. Deeg and Kaj S. Emanuel

seated on the dynamometer with a hip angle of 80° (0° is full extension), firmly attached to the seat with straps at the pelvis and an additional strap at the chest. All measurements were performed at a knee angle of 60° (0° is full extension), during isometric contraction. Force data were digitized (1

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Hyunjae Jeon, Melanie L. McGrath, Neal Grandgenett and Adam B. Rosen

patellofemoral pain on strength and mechanics after an exhaustive run . Med Sci Sports Exerc . 2013 ; 45 ( 7 ): 1331 – 1339 . PubMed ID: 23377834 doi:10.1249/MSS.0b013e3182880019 23377834 10.1249/MSS.0b013e3182880019 27. Bagwell JJ , Fukuda TY , Powers CM . Sagittal plane pelvis motion influences

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Frederico Ribeiro Neto, Rodrigo Rodrigues Gomes Costa, Ricardo Tanhoffer, Martim Bottaro and Rodrigo Luiz Carregaro

adapted from Kotajarvi et al 11 and have been used by previous studies. 12 , 27 Strips and belts were used for stabilization of the trunk, pelvis, arm, and hands to avoid compensatory movements. 28 Only the dominant limb was assessed at a velocity of 60°/s. For tetraplegic individuals, the limb with the

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Jaqueline M. Porto, Sállua B. Spilla, Luciana M. Cangussu-Oliveira, Renato C. Freire Júnior, Ana Paula M. Nakaishi and Daniela C.C. de Abreu

vertical line, pelvis and thighs stabilized with belts, and the mechanical axis of the dynamometer aligned with the anterior superior iliac spine. Starting from this position, the position of 10° of trunk flexion was adopted for the evaluation of the extensors and the position of 10° of extension was