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Proefschrift-Stolwijk

NIKI STOLWIJK FEET4FEET PLANTAR PRESSURE AND KINEMATICS OF THE HEALTHY AND PAINFUL FOOT

  • Page 3 and 4: FEET4FEET PLANTAR PRESSURE AND KINE
  • Page 5 and 6: NIKI STOLWIJK FEET4FEET PLANTAR PRE
  • Page 7: CONTENTS Chapter 1 General Introduc
  • Page 10 and 11: The foot is one of the most complex
  • Page 12 and 13: of stance and is the phase between
  • Page 14 and 15: THE TALOCRURAL MECHANISM The talocr
  • Page 16 and 17: Inman represented the connection of
  • Page 18 and 19: Figure 7: schematic representation
  • Page 20 and 21: A B Figure 8: Schematic representat
  • Page 22 and 23: controls. Furthermore, both hallux
  • Page 24 and 25: is then normalized to the total foo
  • Page 26 and 27: Figure 12: Parameters to indicate t
  • Page 28 and 29: data in the future. A first step in
  • Page 30 and 31: 5. How does an insole, which is mad
  • Page 32 and 33: 19. Nester CJ. Lessons from dynamic
  • Page 34 and 35: 47. Johanson NA, Liang MH, Daltroy
  • Page 36 and 37: 78. Benedetti MG, Manca M, Ferrares
  • Page 39 and 40: CHAPTER 2 A NEW METHOD TO NORMALIZE
  • Page 41 and 42: INTRODUCTION Plantar pressure measu
  • Page 43 and 44: Statistics The performance of the m
  • Page 45 and 46: direction due to a difference in mi
  • Page 47: REFERENCES 1. Rosenbaum D, Becker H
  • Page 50 and 51: ABSTRACT Purpose: The popularity of
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    higher vertical component of the GR

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    In addition, the trajectory of the

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    Plantar pressure After walking one

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    Figure 3: Short (post-test I vs. pr

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    DISCUSSION The present study identi

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    proposed by Gefen et al., this medi

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    REFERENCES 1. Almeida SA, Williams

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    31. Voloshin AS, Mizrahi J, Verbits

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    ABSTRACT Introduction: In contrast

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    pressure pattern and roll off of th

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    Static foot geometry Static foot ge

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    for the mean vCoP of each group (a

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    Table 1. Subject characteristics Ma

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    Foot width/foot length ratio The Ma

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    Regression analysis A stepwise mult

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    The observed difference in CoP loca

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    REFERENCES 1. Burzykowski T, Molenb

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    31. Pataky TC, Caravaggi P, Savage

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    ABSTRACT Background: Although many

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    were compared between patients with

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    ANALYSIS AND STATISTICS Plantar Pre

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    RESULTS Valid data were obtained fo

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    A B Figure 3: A: Significant change

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    Figure 4: Upper part: Significant c

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    MTHs towards the metatarsal bones h

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    REFERENCES 1. Dawson J, Thorogood M

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    29. Chalmers AC, Busby C, Goyert J,

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    ABSTRACT Introduction: The concept

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    foot. Based on a previous study, it

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    ate of 200 Hz. For every condition,

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    Satisfaction Finally, the mean (and

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    satisfaction is related to the plan

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    tendon. This started during a four

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    enough midfoot support and one subj

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    potential changes in foot kinematic

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    REFERENCES 1. Burns J, Crosbie J, O

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    CHAPTER 7 TREATMENT OF METATARSALGI

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    INTRODUCTION With a reported incide

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    A B C D Figure 1: Schematic overvie

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    planes by using projection angles.

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    The median contact time, as indicat

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    Figure 4: Foot kinematics during th

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    why we found changes in the lateral

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    15. Bus SA, Maas M, de LA, Michels

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    ABSTRACT Introduction: Based on the

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    investigate foot kinematics. Foot l

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    Table 1. Kinematic parameters, MLA

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    Figure 2: Mean (and standard deviat

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    Figure 4: Average ground reaction f

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    Dubbeldam et al. investigated the f

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    15. Tome J, Nawoczenski DA, Flemist

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    CHAPTER 9 SUMMARY & GENERAL DISCUSS

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    Chapter 1 is a general introduction

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    shoe plantar pressure distribution

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    GENERAL DISCUSSION Studying the pla

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    forefoot pain 11 and one to identif

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    e satisfied with the InSOLE. Seven

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    REFERENCES 1. Gorter KJ, Kuyvenhove

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    29. Landorf K, Keenan AM, Rushworth

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    NEDERLANDSTALIGE SAMENVATTING FEET4

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    het CoP duiden op een verminderde a

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    iedere persoon is de plantaire druk

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    DANKWOORD LIST OF PUBLICATIONS CURR

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    het hebben van de leuke dingen naas

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    LIST OF PUBLICATIONS Peer reviewed

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    • Keijsers NLW, Stolwijk NM, Duys

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