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Biomechanical and perceptual cushioning sensitivity based on mechanical running shoe properties

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Mechanical shoe properties describe a shoe’s material construction features. A person’s biomechanicalrunning characteristics can be altered by modifying these mechanical

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Influence of simulated hip muscle weakness on hip joint forces during deep squatting

Groin pain is a common problem associated with various athletic activities. Hip-related groin pain originates from the hip joint, including femoroacetabular impingement (FAI) and

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Autologous chondrocytes versus filtered bone marrow mesenchymal stem/stromal cells for knee cartilage repair—a prospective study.

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Surgical repair of chondral and osteochondral lesions is frequently needed to relief symptoms and to prevent their progression toward premature osteoarthritis. The development of

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Knee kinematics and kinetics during shuttle run cutting: Comparison of the assessments performed with and without the point cluster technique.

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Specific approaches used to assess knee joint motions may influence the results of measurements. This may be critical in assessing the knee abduction, internal rotation, and

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Clinical Outcomes, Structure, and Function Improve with both Heavy and Moderate Loads in the Treatment of Patellar Tendinopathy. A Randomized Clinical Trial

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The patellar tendon is designed to withstand considerable loads during locomotion and may be loaded up to 4 kN during a single countermovement jump. However, repetitive use often

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