Category Archives: Hindfoot Biomechanics & Aided Motion

Gabrielle joined the ACES team

As from August 1st Gabrielle joined the ACES team as coordinator and research manager for one day a week. ACES is a Dutch center for evidence based sports medicine. It is a unique collaboration of medical specialists of the Academic Medical Center (AMC) Amsterdam, The Sports Physician Group, associated researchers and medical professionals. Please read […]

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Mechanical functionality of the EXO-L ankle brace: assessment with a 3-dimensional CT stress test

Kleipool R.P., Natenstedt J.J., Streekstra G.J., Dobbe J.G.G., Gerards R.M., Blankevoort L., Tuijthof G.J.M., The mechanical functionality of the EXO-L ankle brace: assessment with a 3-dimensional computed tomography stress test, Am J Sports Med, 44(1):171-6, Jan 2016

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Hindfoot Biomechanics & Aided Motion – Description

Drive Ankle sprains are shown most frequently at the emergency departments of hospitals in the Netherlands. Although most patients regain normal functionality, some remain sustaining problems such as pain or severe laxity for which no straightforward therapies are at hand. Design philosophy Our philosophy is gain fundamental understanding of the mechanics of the hindfoot. This […]

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