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Consequence Of Functioning At The End Range Of Joint Motion: Implications On Anterior Knee Pain, Pedro A. Rodrigues
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“Excessive” and/or “delayed” subtalar joint (STJ) pronation has been linked to overuse injuries because of its influence on tibial internal rotation (TIR). The transfer of STJ pronation to TIR occurs via the talocrual joint, believed to have limited transverse plane motion. However, studies have shown the talocrural joint to have more transverse plane motion than once believed, therefore it is feasible that the STJ will only influence the motion of the tibia once this motion has been exhausted.
Currently, studies evaluating this relationship have focused on peak joint angles and excursion without reference to the amount of motion available ...