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  1. Kinésithérapie Analytique de l'Epaule;
  2. Kinésithérapie Analytique de la Hanche;
  3. Kinésithérapie Analytique de la Colonne vertébrale, tome 1;
  4. Kinésithérapie Analytique de la Colonne vertébrale, tome 2;
  5. Kinésithérapie Analytique des Rachis Scoliotiques;
  6. Kinésithérapie Analytique des 2 Marches pour la Machine Humaine;
  7. Kinésithérapie Analytique de la Dynamique du Vivant;
  8. Kinésithérapie Analytique des Cinq Cents Notions Fondamentales de Biomécanique Humaine;
  9. Kinésithérapie Analytique de la Justification Fondamentale de la correction des lésions dites ostéopathiques.
  10. Kinésithérapie Analytique de la Lombalgie.
  11. Das Analytische Konzept - Therapie der osteopathischen gelenklaesionen.
  12. Kinésithérapie analytique du genou.
  13. De la biomécanique à la biologie mécanogène et par là, du concept Sohier à kinésithérapie analytique newPetit.gif (11099 bytes)


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Quelques articles intéressants et conclusions...

1/ Calcaneal loading during walking and running (Giddings VL, Beaupre GS, Whalen RT, Carter DR, USA, Med Sci Sports Exerc 2000 Mar; 32(3): 627-34)
2/ An anatomic study of the anterior superior process of the os calcis and its clinical application (Jahss MH, Kay BS, Foot Ankle 1983 Mar-Apr; 3(5):268-81)
3/ The mechanical characteristics of the human heel pad during foot strike in running (De Clercq D, Aerts P, Kunnen M, Belgium, J Biomech 1994 Oct; 27(10)1213-22)
4/ Movement coupling of the ankle during the stance phase of running (Stacoff A and al., Canada, Foot Ankle Int 2000 mar; 21(3):232-9)
5/ Subtalar joint axis location and rotational equilibrium theory of foot function (Kirby KA, USA, J Am podiatr Med Assoc 2001 Oct; 91(9):465-87)
6/ The normal development of tibial torsion (Kristiansen LP and al., Norway, Skeletal Radiol 2001 Sep; 30(9):519-22)
7/ Shank rotation: a mesure of rearfoot motion during normal walking (Nester CJ and al., UK, Foot Ankle Int 2000 Jul; 21(7):578-83)
8/ Trabecular bone strength profiles at the ankle joint (Hvid I and al., Clin Orthop 1985 Oct; (199):306-12)
9/ Subtalar pronation relationship to the medial longitudinal arch loading in the normal foot (Arangio GA and al.,USA,Foot Ankle Int 2000 Mar; 21(3):216-20)
10/ Support of the talus: a biomechanical investigation of the contributions of the talonavicular and talocalcaneal joints (Reeck J and al., USA, Foot Ankle Int 1998 Oct; 19(10):674-82)
11/ Kinematics of the ankle/foot complex : pronation and supination
(Lunberg A and al., Sweden, Foot Ankle 1989 Apr; 9(5):248-53)
12/ The three-dimensional kinematics and flexibility characteristics of the human ankle and subtalar joints (Olerud C, Rosendalh Y, Clin Orthop 1987 Jan; (214):285-94)
13/ Subluxation of the talocalcaneal joint in adults who have symptomatic flatfoot (Ananthakrisnan D and al., USA, J Bone Surg Am 1999 Aug; 81(8):1147-54)
14/ Torsion-transmitting properties of the hind foot (Siegler S and al., USA, J Biomech Eng 1988 Nov; 110(4):364-73)
15/ Lower extremity static and dynamic relationships with rearfoot motion in gait (Knutzen KM, Price A, USA, J Am Podiatr Med Assoc 1994 Apr; 84(4):171-80)
16/ Foot inversion-eversion and knee kinematics during walking
(Lafortune MA and al., Canada, J orthop res 194 May; 12(3):412-20)
17/ Control of the medial-lateral balance in walking (Matsusaka N, Acta orthop Scand 1986 Dec; 57(6):555-9)
18/ Electrical study and functionnal approach to the peroneal muscles (Guillot and al., Bull Assoc Anat (Nancy) 1979, Dec; 63(183):411-24)
19/ Electromyographic analysis of the leg muscles in the hemiplegic patients with equinovrus deformity of the foot (Iwaya T, Nippon seikeigeka gakkai Zasshi 1984, Oct; 58(10):961-73)
20/ Ground reaction forces and EMG activity with ankle bracing during inversion stress (Cordova ML. and Al, Med Sci Sports Exerc 1998, Sep; 30(9):1363-70)
21/ Electric discharge patterns of the ankle muscles during the normal gait cycle (Kameyama O. and al., Arch phys med Rehabil 1990, Nov; 71(12):969-74)
22/ Medial tibial pain in runners (Sepulchre P, Blaimont P and al., Int orthop 1988; 12(3):217-21)
23/ Effects of a cane on floor reaction force and center of force during gait. ( Lyu SR. and al., Clin Orthop 2000 Jun; (375):313-9)
24/ Medial displacement calcanéal ostéotomy reduces the excess forces in the medial longitudinal arch of the flat foot (Arangio GA, Salathe EP, Clin biomech 2001, Jul; 16(6):535-9)
25/ Tibial torsion? (Ritter MA and al., Clin Orthoop 1976; 00(120):159-63)
26/ Influence of arthrodeses on kinematics of the axially loaded ankle complex during dorsiflexion/plantarflexion (Hintermann B, Nigg BM, Canada, Foot Ankle Int 1995 Oct; 16(10):633-6)

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