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unknown user
12-11-2002, 08:21 PM
Dear all,

As a physiotherapy teacher, some students ask me about the role of the
pelvis-trochanteric muscles (piriformis, obturator internus and externus,
quadratus femoris) during gait: what about there actions 1) in the pelvis
sagittal adjustment, 2) hip extension, abduction or adduction and lateral
rotation.
I tried to check literature (as Gait Analysis from J Perry) and Medline but
I didn't find anything.
Could somebody help the students and me.

Michel PILLU
PhD Biomécanique
La Renaissance Sanitaire
Tél : 03 23 70 75 38
06 23 89 84 06
Fax : 03 23 70 53 24
E-mails : michel.pillu@hopital-villiers.net

michelpillu@aol.com


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