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Experimentally Induced Pain Results in Reduced Activity of the Rotator Cuff Muscles in Healthy Subjects

Jennifer L. Cooper and Andrew R. Karduna

for observation of the pain’s effects. 2 Injection of hypertonic saline into soft tissues is one method of inducing acute pain, stimulating local receptors to a nociceptive level and causing localized, temporary pain. 3 This experimental technique has been used to determine effects of acute pain in

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A 3-Dimensional Gait Analysis of the Effects of Fatigue-Induced Reduced Foot Adductor Muscle Strength on the Walking of Healthy Subjects

Rogerio Pessoto Hirata, Alexander W. Erbs, Erik Gadsbøll, Rannvá Winther, Sanne H. Christensen, and Morten Bilde Simonsen

the reduced maximum voluntary contraction force capacity from the adductor muscles to maintain their preferred walking speed, similar to baseline conditions. Comparable results were reported while experimental pain was induced via intramuscular injection of hypertonic saline solution in the tibialis