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Ankle Sprain Affects Lower Leg Muscle Activation on Vertical Landing, Half Point, and Gait in Female Ballet Students

Exercise Physiology
Heejaeng Kim
Used Parameters : SMM, PBF

Publication Year : 2019

Country : Korea

Journal : The Journal of Korean Physical Therapy

Purpose: This study aimed to investigate effect of ankle instability on peripheral muscle activation among female ballet dancers to provide information on the development of prevention programs for ankle injury rehabilitation. Methods: 32 female ballet dancers were randomly divided into two groups: experience ankle sprain group (n= 16, age, $20.7 {\pm} 0.8 years $, BMI $18.6 {\pm} 1.2 kg/m2 $) and non-experience ankle sprain group (n= 16, $ age= 21.0 {\pm} 0.8 years $, BMI $19.6 {\pm} 2.0 kg/m2 $). Activation of the peroneus …
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