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Muscular Contribution to Gait – What Do We Really Know?

  The intended audience for this post is clinicians, particularly those interested in biomechanics.   The hamstrings can induce knee extension?  The soleus can induce knee extension?  The gastrocnemius can induce ankle dorsiflexion?  What am I talking about?   The Details…

Categories: Biomechanics
January 5, 2014
written by: Kevin Maggs
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Does Running Ruin Your Knees?

  Most of the group of guys that I tend to golf with know that I run quite a bit and occasionally, some comments are made.  Last week, one of them got a very serious tone (which is a rare Details…

Categories: Biomechanics
August 6, 2013
written by: Kevin Maggs
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Examining a New Study: Pronation Not Linked to Injuries

“So doc, what kind of running shoe should I be in?”   A seemingly straightforward and innocuous question, but one that will take much longer than most people’s attention spans will last.  This blog post examines a new study talking Details…

Categories: Biomechanics
June 17, 2013
written by: Kevin Maggs
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