The relationship of foot and ankle mobility to the frontal plane projection angle in asymptomatic adults
AuthorWyndow, N; De Jong, A; Rial, K; Tucker, K; Collins, N; Vicenzino, B; Russell, T; Crossley, K
Source TitleJournal of Foot and Ankle Research
University of Melbourne Author/sCollins, Natalie
Document TypeJournal Article
CitationsWyndow, N., De Jong, A., Rial, K., Tucker, K., Collins, N., Vicenzino, B., Russell, T. & Crossley, K. (2016). The relationship of foot and ankle mobility to the frontal plane projection angle in asymptomatic adults. Journal of Foot and Ankle Research, 9 (1), pp.1-7. https://doi.org/10.1186/s13047-016-0134-9.
Access StatusOpen Access
The frontal plane projection angle (FPPA) is frequently used as a measure of dynamic knee valgus during functional tasks, such as the single leg squat. Increased dynamic knee valgus is observed in people with knee pathologies including patellofemoral pain and anterior cruciate injury. As the foot is the primary interface with the support surface, foot and ankle mobility may affect the FPPA. This study investigated the relationship between foot and ankle mobility and the FPPA in asymptomatic adults.
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