Document Type

Article

Original Publication Date

2017

Journal/Book/Conference Title

Human Movement Science

Volume

52

First Page

143

Last Page

150

DOI of Original Publication

10.1016/j.humov.2017.01.013

Comments

Originally published at http://doi.org/10.1016/j.humov.2017.01.013

Date of Submission

June 2017

Abstract

Inadequate rest intervals may contribute to impaired performance during functional tests. However, the effect of different rest intervals on performance of the SEBT in individuals with and without CAI is not known. Our purposes were to determine whether different rest intervals impact ankle kinematics during the SEBT and whether there differences between those two populations. 24 controls and 24 CAI completed 3 trials in 3 reach directions (anteromedial; AM, medial; M, posteromedial; PM). The order of rest intervals and reach distance were randomized and counterbalanced. Three visits were required to complete the 3 rest interval conditions (10, 20, 40 s). Rest interval did not impact ankle kinematics between controls and CAI during the SEBT. Dorsiflexion (DF) (AM:partial eta(2) = 0.18; M:partial eta(2) = 0.23; PM:partial eta(2) = 0.23) for all directions and tibial internal rotation (TIR) excursions (AM:partial eta(2) = 0.20) for AM direction were greater in individuals with CAI regardless of rest interval length. Rest intervals ranging from 10 to 40 s did not influence ankle kinematics. Differences exist in DF and TIR between controls and CAI during the SEBT. These findings suggest that clinicians can use any rest interval between 10 and 40 s when administrating the SEBT. However, triplanar motion differs during a complex functional movement in controls compared to CAI.

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(C) 2017 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.

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VCU Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Publications

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