Journal article

Subclassification of recreational runners with a running-related injury based on running kinematics evaluated with marker-based two-dimensional video analysis

Bart Dingenen, Filip Staes, Romy Vanelderen, Linde Ceyssens, Peter Malliaras, Christian J Barton, Kevin Deschamps

PHYSICAL THERAPY IN SPORT | CHURCHILL LIVINGSTONE | Published : 2020

Abstract

OBJECTIVES: To explore whether homogeneous subgroups could be discriminated within a population of recreational runners with a running-related injury based on running kinematics evaluated with marker-based two-dimensional video analysis. DESIGN: Cross-sectional. SETTING: Research laboratory. PARTICIPANTS: Fifty-three recreational runners (15 males, 38 females) with a running-related injury. MAIN OUTCOME MEASURES: Foot and tibia inclination at initial contact, and hip adduction and knee flexion at midstance were measured in the frontal and sagittal plane with marker-based two-dimensional video analysis during shod running on a treadmill at preferred speed. The four outcome measures were clust..

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