Tuesday, May 22, 2012

References – Chapter 6: Pronation Control and Running Shoe Selection

Below are the references discussed in Chapter 6 of Tread Lightly. Click on the citation text to read the abstract or PDF (for scientific articles) or to view book information.

Chapter 6 References

Cowan DN, Jones BH, Robinson JR. 1993. Foot morphologic characteristics and risk of exercise-related injury. Archives of Family Medicine 2: 773–777.

Dicharry JM, Franz, JR, Della Croce U, Wilder RP, Riley PO, Kerrigan DC. 2009. Differences in Static and Dynamic Measures in Evaluation of Talonavicular Mobility in Gait. Journal of Orthopaedic and Sports Physical Therapy 39(8): 628–634.

Hinterman B, Nigg BM. 1998. Pronation in Runners: Implications for Injuries. Sports Medicine 26(3): 169–176.

Hreljac A, Marshall RN, Hume PA. 2000. Evaluation of lower extremity overuse injury potential in runners. Medicine & Science in Sport & Exercise 32(9):1635–1641.

James SL, Bates BT, Osternig LR. 1978. Injuries to runners. American Journal of Sports Medicine 6: 40–49.

Knapik JJ, Swedler DI, Grier TL, Hauret KG, Bullock SH, Williams KW, Darakjy SS, Lester ME, Tobler SK, Jones BH. 2009. Injury reduction effectiveness of selecting running shoes based on plantar shape. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research 23: 685–697.

Knapik JJ, Trone DW, Swedler DI, Villasenor A, Bullock SH, Schmied E, Bockelman T, Han P, Jones BH. 2010. Injury reduction effectiveness of assigning running shoes based on plantar shape in Marine Corps basic training. The American Journal of Sports Medicine 38: 1759–1767.

Knapik JJ, Brosch LC, Venuto M, Swedler DI Bullock SH, Gaines LS, Murphy RJ, Tchandja J, Jones BH. 2010. Effect on Injuries of Assigning Shoes Based on Foot Shape in Air Force Basic Training. American Journal of Preventative Medicine 38: S197–S211.

Lun V, Meeuwisee WH, Stergiou P, Stefanyshyn D. 2004. Relation between running injury and static lower limb alignment in recreational runners. British Journal of Sports Medicine 38: 576–580.

Nigg BM. 2001. The Role of Impact Forces and Foot Pronation: A New Paradigm. Clinical Journal of Sports Medicine 11: 2–9.

Nigg BM. Biomechanics of Sports Shoes. Calgary: Topline Printing Inc., 2010.

Nigg BM, Cole GK, Nachbauer W. 1993. Effects of arch height of the foot on angular motion of the lower extremities in running. Journal of Biomechanics 26: 909–916.

Ryan MB, Valiant GA, McDonald K, Taunton JE. 2011. The effect of three different levels of footwear stability on pain outcomes in women runners: a randomised control trial. British Journal of Sports Medicine 45(9): 715–721.

Stacoff A, Nigg BM, Reinschmidt C, van den Bogert AJ, Lundberg A. 2000. Tibiocalcaneal kinematics of barefoot versus shod running. Journal of Biomechanics 33: 1387–1395.

Viitasalo JT, Kvist M. 1983. Some biomechanical aspects of the foot and ankle in athletes with and without shin splints. American Journal of Sports Medicine 11(3): 125–30.

Wen DY, Puffer JC, Schmalzried TP. 1998. Injuries in Runners: A Prospective Study of Alignment. Clinical Journal of Sports Medicine 8(3): 187–194.

Williams DS, McClay IS, Hamill J. 2001. Arch structure and injury patterns in runners. Clinical Biomechanics 16: 341–347.

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