Publications

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| Kayla D.Seymore, Sarah E.Cameron, Jonathan T.Kaplan, John W.Ramsay, Tyler N.Brown
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Source: Science Direct Abstract This study quantified how a dual cognitive task impacts lower limb biomechanics during anticipated and unanticipated single-leg cuts with body borne load.

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| Hamid Naghibi Beidokhti, Dennis Janssen, Sebastiaan van de Groes, Javad Hazratic, Ton Van den Boogaard, Nico Verdonschot
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Source: Science Direct Abstract In finite element (FE) models knee ligaments can represented either by a group of one-dimensional springs, or by three-dimensional continuum elements based on segmentat

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| Simon Bartold
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SIMON BARTOLD'S PRESENT DURING THE BELGIAN PODIATRY CONFERENCE 2017 IN GHENT.

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| Simon Bartold
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Simon Bartold's present during the Belgian Podiatry Conference 2017 in Ghent.

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| Colin R.Firminger, Anita Fung, Lindsay L.Loundagin, W. Brent Edwards

Highlights • Participants ran at a constant speed in two shoe types and with two stride lengths. • Metatarsal strains were larger when running in minimalist footwear.

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Source: www.footmobilisation.com In this concise interview, Jane reveals her 'secret sauce' to greater insights in: > similarities (and differences!) between animals and humans (that Darwin might h

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| Philip F Harris MD & Craig Ranson BSc
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When examining patients with sports-related and exercise-related injuries, a thorough knowledge of anatomy is vital in order to make an accurate diagnosis and work out an effective treatment plan.

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| Philip F Harris MD, Craig Ranson BSc & Angus Robertson, BSc
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When examining patients with sports-related and exercise-related injuries, a thorough knowledge of anatomy is vital in order to make an accurate diagnosis and work out an effective treatment plan.

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| Philip F Harris MD, Craig Ranson BSc & Angus Robertson, BSc
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When examining patients with sports-related and exercise-related injuries, a thorough knowledge of anatomy is vital in order to make an accurate diagnosis and work out an effective treatment plan.

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| Dr Catherine Hayes
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Since qualifying in Podiatric Medicine at The Durham School of Podiatric Medicine in 1992 Catherine Hayes has worked within the National Health Service and in Private Practice before becoming a full t

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