February’s staff publications featured research on:
- Patellofemoral knee pain. This included exploring contributing factors such as altered hip rate of force development and strength, foot mobility differences, and pelvic and hip kinematics in patellofemoral joint arthritis.
- Hamstrings. Muscle imaging techniques were explored through functional MRI and injury prevention strengthening exercises were discussed within an evidence-based framework.
- Cardiorespiratory issues. Articles focused on the diagnosis and management of idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis, assessed the reliability of one-repetition maximum performance in people with chronic heart failure and for those referred for cardiac rehab the 10 m incremental shuttle walk test was assessed for its utility.
For something different why not have a glance at the pilot study “Dance therapy for Parkinson’s disease” and for a full list of February publications see below.
|1. Tan JM, Crossley KM, Vicenzino B, Menz HB, Munteanu SE, Collins NJ. Age-related differences in foot mobility in individuals with patellofemoral pain. Journal of Foot and Ankle Research. 2018;11(1).|
|2. Buldt AK, Forghany S, Landorf KB, Murley GS, Levinger P, Menz HB. Centre of pressure characteristics in normal, planus and cavus feet. Journal of Foot and Ankle Research. 2018;11(1).|
|3. Rocha P, Aguiar L, McClelland JA, Morris ME. Dance therapy for Parkinson’s disease: A randomised feasibility trial. International Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation. 2018;25(2):64-72.|
|4. Jo HE, Prasad JD, Troy LK, et al. Diagnosis and management of idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis: Thoracic society of Australia and New Zealand and lung foundation australia position statements summary. Medical Journal of Australia. 2018;208(2):82-88.|
|5. Bourne MN, Timmins RG, Opar DA, et al. An Evidence-Based Framework for Strengthening Exercises to Prevent Hamstring Injury. Sports Medicine. 2018;48(2):251-267.|
|6. Bourne M, Williams M, Pizzari T, Shield A. A functional MRI Exploration of Hamstring Activation during the Supine Bridge Exercise. International Journal of Sports Medicine. 2018;39(2):104-109.|
|7. Nunes GS, Barton CJ, Serrão FV. Hip rate of force development and strength are impaired in females with patellofemoral pain without signs of altered gluteus medius and maximus morphology. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport. 2018;21(2):123-128.|
|8. Hanson LC, McBurney H, Taylor NF. Is the 10 m incremental shuttle walk test a useful test of exercise capacity for patients referred to cardiac rehabilitation? European Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing. 2018;17(2):159-169.|
|9. Mascaró A, Cos MÀ, Morral A, Roig A, Purdam C, Cook J. Load management in tendinopathy: Clinical progression for Achilles and patellar tendinopathy. Apunts Medicina de l’Esport. 2018;53(197):19-27.|
|10. Crossley KM, Schache AG, Ozturk H, Lentzos J, Munanto M, Pandy MG. Pelvic and Hip Kinematics During Walking in People With Patellofemoral Joint Osteoarthritis Compared to Healthy Age-Matched Controls. Arthritis Care and Research. 2018;70(2):309-314.|
|11. Perraton LG, Hall M, Clark RA, et al. Poor knee function after ACL reconstruction is associated with attenuated landing force and knee flexion moment during running. Knee Surgery, Sports Traumatology, Arthroscopy. 2018;26(2):391-398.|
|12. Novak AR, Bennett KJM, Fransen J, Dascombe BJ. Predictors of performance in a 4-h mountain-bike race. Journal of Sports Sciences. 2018;36(4):462-468.|
|13. Ellis R, Holland AE, Dodd K, Shields N. Reliability of one-repetition maximum performance in people with chronic heart failure. Disability and Rehabilitation. 2018:1-5.|