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Kathy Harvie
11-06-1994, 11:24 PM
Good morning Netters:

Thanks for your tolerance and suggestions with regards to my pace of
scaling the computer-literacy learning curve. (I apologize for
that most unsuccessful attempt of posting a summary.) Most of all
thank you for the replies that you sent concerning my request for
footwear and injuries; they have been most helpful.

1. One place to start is to look at the biomechanics of the
foot when a tarsal coalition is present. In this situation most
of the subtalar movement has been elinminated and the other
torque forces and moments about the foot can be studied.

2. Bates BT, Osterning LR, Mason MS, James LS. Foot orthotic
devices to modify selected aspects of lower extremity mechanics.
Am Journal of Sports Medicine. 1979 Vol 7 No. 6 pp338-342.

3. Baylis JW, Rzonca EC. Common sports injuries to the knee.
Clinics in podiatric medicine and surgery, 1988, vol.5,
pp571-586.

4. Bowden PD, Abnormal Foot Motion and its Relationship to
Running Induced Patellofemoral Pain , MSc Thesis, The University
of Salford. 1988. UK

5. Bunchbinder M, Napora NJ, Biggs EW. The relationship of
abnormal pronation to chondromalacia patella in distance runners.
J Am Podiatry Assoc, 1979, 69(2) : pp159-161.

6. Clarke, Frederick & Hamill. The effects of shoe design on
rearfoot control in running. Medicine & Science in Sport &
Exercise. 1983 Vol 15 pp 376-381

7. Donatelli R, Hurlbert C, Conaway D, Pierre R. Biomechanical
Foot Orthotics: A retrospective study. Journal of Orthopaedic &
Sports Physical Therapy. 1988 Vol 10 no. 6 pp 205 - 212.

8. Drez D, Running Footwear, examination of the training shoe,
the foot and functional orthotic devices. Am Journal of Sports
Medicine. 1980 Vol 8 No. 2 pp 140-141

9. Eggold JF. Orthotics in the prevention of runners overuse
injuries. The Physician & Sports Medicine. 1981 Vol 8 No 3 pp125-
131.

10. Gross ML, Devlin LB, Evanski PM. Effectivness of Orthotic
shoe inserts in the long-distance runner. Am Journal of Sports
Medicine. 1991 Vol 19 No 4 pp 409-412.

11. Kulund DN. Pain under the heel in runners. Virginia Medical.
July 1988 pp 340- 342

12. Kilmartin TE, Wallace A. The scientific basis for the use of
boimechanical foot orthoses in the treatment of lower limb sports
injuries- a review of the literature. British Journal of Sports
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13. Landry M, Zebas CJ. Biomechanical principles in common
running injuries. Journal of the American Podiatric Medical
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14. Lemm M, Blake R, Colson J, Ferguson H. Achilles
Peritendinitis. J American podiatric Medical Association 1992 Vol
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15. Messier SP, Davis SE, Curl WW, Lowery RB, Pack RJ,
Etiological factors associated with patellofemoral pain in
runners, Medicine and science in sports and exercise,
1991, Vol.23 NO.9, 1008-1015.

16. Olerud C, Berg P, The variation of the Q - angle with
different positions of the foot, Clinical orthopaedics and
related research, 1984, No.91, 162-165.

17. Polisson RF. Sports Medicine for the Internist. Medical
Clinics of North America. 1986 Vol 70 no 2 pp469 - 489

18. Subotnick S, Sports medicine of the lower extremity ,
Churchill Livingstone 1989

19. the shoe in sport", by segesser and pforringer published by
Year-Book ISBN 0 7234 1514 5; published in 1989.




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