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Doctors see uptick in foot injuries from barefoot running shoes - HealthPop - CBS News

Doctors see uptick in foot injuries from barefoot running shoes - HealthPop - CBS News | Support and Movement | Scoop.it
Doctors say they are treating injuries ranging from pulled calf muscles to Achilles tendinitis to stress fractures, mainly in people who ramped up too fast Read more by CBSNews (Hidden Byline) on CBS News' HealthPop.

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Doctors see uptick in foot injuries from barefoot running shoes - HealthPop - CBS News

Doctors see uptick in foot injuries from barefoot running shoes - HealthPop - CBS News | Support and Movement | Scoop.it
Doctors say they are treating injuries ranging from pulled calf muscles to Achilles tendinitis to stress fractures, mainly in people who ramped up too fast Read more by CBSNews (Hidden Byline) on CBS News' HealthPop.

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Neovascularization Prevalence in the Supraspinatus of Patients With Rotator Cuff Tendinopathy

Objective: A high prevalence of neovascularity in lower extremity tendinopathies has been reported. Neovascularity in those with rotator cuff tendinopathy exclusively has not been examined.

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Research: Tendons and Muscles Trade Roles and Energy to Dissipate Shock

Research: Tendons and Muscles Trade Roles and Energy to Dissipate Shock | Support and Movement | Scoop.it

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Muscle power: Bats power take-off using recycled energy | Science Codex

Muscle power: Bats power take-off using recycled energy | Science Codex | Support and Movement | Scoop.it
Bats are uniquely able to stretch and store energy in their bicep and tricep tendons during take-off and climbing flight, giving them an extra power boost.
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Time to abandon the “tendinitis” myth

If general practitioners treating musculoskeletal conditions embraced the tendinopathy paradigm, it would provide patients with an accurate description of their condition. It would avoid inappropriate pharmacotherapy with its attendant costs and comorbidity. Furthermore, by accepting need to allow time for collagen turnover and remodelling inherent in the pathology of tendinosis, doctors would be free to provide patients with a realistic prognosis that better reflects the finding of prospective clinical studies.12 These conditions take months rather than weeks to resolve.


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BJSM

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Preview and download the podcast BJSM on iTunes. Read episode descriptions and customer reviews.
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Tendons and tendinopathy with Jill Cook

Tendons and tendinopathy with Jill Cook | Support and Movement | Scoop.it
What causes tendon breakdown? What are the stages of tendinopathy, and how do they effect your treatment?

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GCU honoured in unveiling of world’s most advanced 3D model of the human foot

GCU honoured in unveiling of world’s most advanced 3D model of the human foot | Support and Movement | Scoop.it

The most advanced computer model of the human foot ever created has been unveiled in Europe and it will be named after Glasgow and the Dutch city of Maastricht.

 The Glasgow/Maastricht Foot Model uses computer technology to model the many bones, joints, ligaments, muscles and tendons which make up the human foot.

Arne Kiis, Sales Manager, AnyBody Technology, said the foot model has an unprecedented level of anatomical detail.

He said: “With the sophisticated analytical capabilities of the AnyBody Modeling System, orthopaedic device manufacturers, gait lab researchers, and others now have a unique opportunity to create a new generation of outstanding products and services based on a thorough understanding of dynamic foot biomechanics.”

 

Congrats, Arne!!!!


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