Feb 29, 2020
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SPG7 mutations are a common cause of undiagnosed ataxia
Effects of a foot strengthening program on foot muscle morphology and running mechanics: A proof-of-concept, single-blind randomized controlled trial. Ulisses T.Taddei, Alessandra B.Matias, Fernanda I.A.Ribeiro, Sicco A.Bus, Isabel C.N.Sacco. Physical Therapy in Sport
Volume 42, March 2020, Pages 107-115
Effect of an 8 week foot intrinsics muscle strength program:
Jill Cook (@ProfJillCook)
11/10/19, 12:14 AM
@BRoe28 @Bill_Vicenzino @MuscleScience @jongumucio New study by Docking et al shows both US and MR cannot pick a partial tear from tendon pathology (glut med tendon)
Partial tears over-diagnosed and over-treated
Treat as tendinopathy and LOAD them
Paul Hough (@the_hough)
10/29/19, 12:45 PM
⬆️ in muscle force after 4 weeks of strength training is mediated by neural adaptations (motor unit recruitment & rate coding)
The increase in muscle forceafter 4 weeks of strength training is mediated by adaptations in motor unit recruitment and rate coding.Journal of physiology, Feb 2019
Alessandro Del Vecchio, Andrea Casolo, Francesco Negro, Matteo Scorcelletti et al
The role of the width of the forefoot in the development of Morton's neuroma
Park Y, Jeong S, Choi G , Kim H
Bone and Joint Journal-3-99B (2017)