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  • Evaluation of metalloproteinases-2, -9, and -13 post photobiomodulation in mice talocrural joint. [Journal Article]
    Lasers Med Sci 2019Abduch TF, da Silva PAV, … de Paoli F
  • The extracellular matrix (ECM) is the main constituent of connective tissue with structural and regulatory functions, stimulating cell differentiation and proliferation. Moreover, ECM is a dynamic structure in the constant remodeling process, which is controlled by a balance between metalloproteinases (MMPs) and their inhibitors (TIMPs). Photobiomodulation (PBM) is widely described in the literat…
  • Design of a Pneumatic Actuated Ankle-Foot Orthosis which has Talocrural and Subtalar Joint. [Journal Article]
    IEEE Int Conf Rehabil Robot 2019; 2019:276-281Choi HS, Lee CH, Baek YS
  • As aging progresses, risk of falls in elderly people increases due to the decreasing the range of motion (RoM) of eversion and the weakening of the plantar flexor. Balance training is performed to reduce the risk of falls and powered ankle-foot orthosis (PAFO) can be utilized in this process. The elderly can conduct training on the narrow roads or on the rugged ground with assistance on rotation …
  • StatPearls: Ankle Fractures [BOOK]
    StatPearls Publishing: Treasure Island (FL) Wire Jessica J Kendall regional medical center Slane Valori H. VH Kendall Regional Medical Center BOOK
  • The ankle joint is a highly complex joint. The ankle joint has multidirectional mobility for its complex role in supporting the weight of the body and fulfilling a myriad of daily functions. It is a combination of bones and ligaments structured around the talus. It includes the tibia, fibula, calcaneus, the tibiofibular ligament, the lateral ligament complex, and the medial ligament complex. The …
  • The Ankle-Joint Complex: A Kinesiologic Approach to Lateral Ankle Sprains. [Journal Article]
    J Athl Train 2019; 54(6):589-602Medina McKeon JM, Hoch MC
  • Copious research exists regarding ankle instability, yet lateral ankle sprains (LASs) persist in being among the most common recurrent musculoskeletal injuries. Key anatomical structures of the ankle include a triform articulating structure that includes the inferior tibiofibular, talocrural, and subtalar joints. Functionally, force absorption and propulsion through the ankle complex are necessar…
  • Evaluating and Differentiating Ankle Instability. [Journal Article]
    J Athl Train 2019; 54(6):617-627Gribble PA
  • Given the prevalence of lateral ankle sprains during physical activity and the high rate of reinjury and chronic ankle instability, clinicians should be cognizant of the need to expand the evaluation of ankle instability beyond the acute time point. Physical assessments of the injured ankle should be similar, regardless of whether this is the initial lateral ankle sprain or the patient has experi…
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