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The architectural design of the gluteal muscle group: implications for movement and rehabilitation.

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The Architectural Design of the Gluteal Muscle Group

gluteus medius, hip, rehabilitation tially influence contractile properties, none predict muscle function as well as muscle architecture.4,203,4,25 Architectural data, particularly in humans, are used ex-tensively to understand muscle-joint be-havior5 and to make surgical decisions.17 Although the architecture of …

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The Architectural Design of the Gluteal Muscle Group

a muscle (architecture) defines the performance capacity of that muscle. In the current commen-tary, basic architectural terms are reviewed in the context of the major hip muscles and then specific illustrative examples relevant to lower extremity re-habilitation are presented. These data demonstrate the architectural and functional

The Architectural Design of the Gluteal Muscle Group

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The architectural design of the gluteal muscle group

The architectural design of the gluteal muscle group: implications for movement and rehabilitation. 8 Pages. The architectural design of the gluteal muscle group: implications for movement and rehabilitation. Uploaded by. Taylor Winters.

The Architectural Design of the Gluteal Muscle Group

The organization of fibers within a muscle (architecture) defines the performance capacity of that muscle. In the current commentary, basic architectural terms are reviewed in the context of the major hip muscles and then specific illustrative examples relevant to lower extremity rehabilitation are …

Gluteal Muscle Group – Implications for Movement

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Silvia Salinas Blemker – Google Scholar Citations

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Compartmental fasciotomy and isolating a muscle from

18 Samuel R. Ward, Taylor M. Winters, Silvia S. Blemker, The Architectural Design of the Gluteal Muscle Group: Implications for Movement and Rehabilitation, Journal of Orthopaedic & Sports Physical Therapy, 2010, 40, 2, 95CrossRef

Published in: Journal of Morphology · 2003Authors: P A J B M Huijing · Huub Maas · Guus C BaanAffiliation: Vu University AmsterdamAbout: Extensor digitorum longus muscle · Dissection · Extensor hallucis longus muscle · Co…

Physiotherapy Theory and Practice – Taylor & Francis

Functionally, it generates an exceptional amount of force given its size (Ward, Winters, and Blemker, 2010 Ward SR, Winters TM, Blemker SS 2010 The architectural design of the gluteal muscle group: Implications for movement and rehabilitation.

Published in: Physiotherapy Theory and Practice · 2012Authors: Michael P Reiman · Lori A Bolgla · Janice K LoudonAffiliation: Duke University · Georgia Regents University · University of Kansas

Decompression of the gluteus medius muscle as a new

Then we cut the fascia border between the gluteus maximus muscle and the gluteal aponeurosis and applied infero-medial traction to the gluteus maximus muscle (Fig. 4). Portions of the superior gluteal nerve and vessels run between the gluteus maximus muscle and the GMeM; this may affect gluteus maximus muscle traction.

LOWER EXTREMITY INJURIES: IS IT – PubMed Central (PMC)

Hip muscle weakness, specifically of the abductors and external rotators, is believed to contribute to the increased hip adduction and internal rotation that has been observed in females with pain approximating the patellofemoral joint or iliotibial band. 6, 10, 15, 19, 27 However, it is not apparent that muscle weakness is necessary for these abnormal kinematics to occur.

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FAI: Non-surgical Approach – Altru Health System

FAI: Non-surgical Approach Chris Howson DC Altru Health System . Objectives The architectural design of the gluteal muscle group: implications for movement and rehabilitation. 2010; 40(2); 95-102. 18. Munegato M. Sports hernia and femoroacetabular impingement in athletes: a systematic review.

Resisted side-stepping: the effect of posture on hip

The primary findings of this study were that during resisted side-stepping, 1) muscle activity was greater in the stance limb than in the moving limb; 2) muscle activity in the TFL was less, while activity in the gluteal muscles was more, in the squat posture than in the upright posture; and 3) hip abduction excursion was greater in the stance hip than in the moving hip.

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The architectural design of the gluteal muscle group: implications for movement and rehabilitation. Samuel R Ward, Taylor M Winters, Silvia S Blemker The organization of fibers within a muscle (architecture) defines the performance capacity of that muscle.