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iemaach17
05-19-2004, 10:44 PM
Greetings

I would like to know what is the typical reaction force of the ground during
unilateral stance phase of gait at normal pace, when the foot joints are
constrained. I mean by that, when the foot is not allowed to roll, such as
when walking with a ski boot for instance.

Thanks in advance for your input. The replies will be shared with the rest
of the group.

Ismael El Maach, P.Eng., M.A.Sc
Biomechanical Engineer (R&D)
Med-Eng Systems Inc.
2400 St. Laurent Blvd.
Ottawa, Ontario K1G 6C4 CANADA
Tel.: (613) 739-9646 Ext. 2294
Fax.: (613) 739-4536
Med-Eng.com

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