Ankle & Subtalar Joint Motion Function Explained Biomechanic of the Foot - Pronation & Supination Dr. Glass DPM Podiatry Resource Network glass.dpm@ This video illustration depicts the ankle joint complex which includes the tibial talar and subtalar joint in human anatomy. Dr. Glass DPM - This is an illustration that depicts the cardinal plane movements of the lower extremity. This is a biomechanical demonstration of the functional orthopedic nature of podiatry
Secret in the Dirt: Pronation, Supination and Plane Plane and how the arms work on the backswing. I also talk about the "left arm roll." Check out the new SEVAM1 Blog!! sevam1
Foot Pain Due to Flat Feet and Over-Pronation: An Easy Solution - Common types of foot pain such as plantar fasciitis (heel pain), heel spurs, arch pain, ball of foot pain (metatarsalgia), Achilles tendon pain, and others. These are often caused by over-pronation, a lower body imbalance that is the direct result of having flat feet or fallen arches. One of the easiest and most convenient treatments to these conditions are the use of orthotic insoles with firm arch support. Whether you suffer from over-pronation like 70% of the population, or you have a true flat foot, in both cases your poor walking pattern may contribute to a range of different complaints. As we age, poor aligment of the feet causes very common conditions such as heel pain or knee pain. Over-pronation has different causes. Obesity, pregnancy, age or repetitive pounding on a hard surface can weaken the arch, leading to over-pronation. Over-pronation is also very common with athletes, especially runners, who most of them nowadays use orthotics inside their shoes.
Tennis Serve Pronation Pronation is one of the most important parts of the tennis serve. Every high-level tennis player pronates when he or she hits the tennis ball. This video covers how, when and why you pronate when you hit a tennis serve. If you haven't already added pronation to your serve, now is the time! For more FREE video-based tennis lessons on pronation and how to hit a tennis serve... and other tennis instruction ... visit
Lauge Hansen PER Pronation External Rotation (Eversion) Ankle Fracture © 2010 glass.dpm@ Project Leads: William Hoffman Hummira Hassani Contributing Authors: Julia Bernardini Scott Crismon Technical Advisor: Thomas Vitale Narration: Matrona Giakoumis Producer: Nicholas Giovinco With the foot in a fixed pronated position the forces start along the medial axis of the tibia. The leg undergoes an internal rotation creating tension on the deltoid ligament complex. In a Stage 1 injury, one of two pathologies may occur; rupture of the deltoid ligament complex or a transverse fracture of the medial malleolus. As the injury progresses forward into Stage 2 the talus rotates further laterally putting tension on the anterior inferior tibiofibular ligament resulting in either a rupture of this ligament or an avulsion fracture off the anterior portion of the fibula or tibia. As the forces continue past stage 2 rupture of the interosseus membrane begins to occur distally at the level of the anke joint. The exit point of this rupture creates a Stage 3 injury, described as a high short oblique fracture of the fibula beginning above the level of syndesmois. This fracture can be at various levels on the fibula. The most proximal fracture pattern occurs at the head and neck of the fibula which is described as a Maisonneuve fracture. If the force progress into Stage 4 either a rupture of the posterior tibio-fibular ligament or a fracture of the posterior malleolus (Volkman's fracture) will occur. Note: The combined rupture of the ...
Ferrer & Roddick pronate in Slo Mo Slo-mo footage from Wimbledon 2010. Roddick & Ferrer Show how to pronated
Easy Exercise for Foot, Arch and Leg Pain from Fallen Arches, Flat Feet, Pronation Easy Exercise for Foot, Arch and Leg Pain from Fallen Arches, Flat Feet, Pronation Fallen arches, flat feet, or Plantar fasciitis can cause pain and discomfort in the legs, feet, ankles, Achilles tendon, hips, and low back. In this video, Ron Vaughn, a sports massage therapist, and Christie Powell, a physical therapist, explain how the feet become pronated (fallen arches) and how some simple at-home exercises can strengthen the arch muscles to allevaite pain and discomfort. Discomfort when standing for long periods of time or when running or doing another athletic activity may be caused by weakened arch muscles. Many people are recommended to wear orhotics or orthotic insoles to get better arch support. While this can provide a temporary fix, Christie explains that strengthening those muscles is the only way to fix the biomechanics of the foot and really alleviate pain. Ron demonstrates a unique technique for relaxing the muscles in the feet and provides instruction that other therapists may find useful. Sports massage can be very helpful in loosening up the soft tissue that the muscles can be strengthened. Christie then shows an easy exercise that we can do at home to strengthen our arches and alleviate pain. The exercise is called Pen/Penny and requires only a pen and penny. This is a great exercise with lots of benefits to the feet, legs, and back. Ron graduated in 1997 from Austin Schools of Massage in Austin, TX, and also has a Bachelor's degree in Exercise & Sports ...
Federer Nadal Roddick Common thread The pronation See how Federer, Roddick, Hass, Nadal, Nole, and more all use the same common threads. The focus of this video is on the pronation of the wrist at contact. Keys to the pronation: proper grip (continental) Loose grip, deep power position and keep the racquet on edge as long as possible.
How To Serve in Tennis, Part 1: Secrets of Pronation Revealed Coach Kyril Explains the role of pronation in the tennis serve, and how YOU can start hitting a more powerful serve TODAY!
Tennis 2nd Serve Pronation - Pronate Brent Abel of discusses and demonstrates the concept of pronation when you serve in tennis. Pick up your copy of Brent's detailed DVD & downloadable 60+ minute lesson titled "The Magic Moves of the Serve" over at
pronation and supination of the forearm a brief video on the bones and muscles involved in the pronation and supination of the elbow.
Pronation, Supination, Uneven Shoe Wear and Vibram Five Fingers What causes uneven wear on your shoes? Bryan Marcel talkes to Cindy Brown of Lebo's in Charlotte, North Carolina about what causes uneven heel wear on his shoes. He has an early heel strike which he thought was supination. After looking at the wear pattern on his shoes the ***rthist determined that he has pronation. This uneven shoe wear does not occur while wearing Vibram five fingers. Wearing Vibram five fingers is better for your foot healthy, because like being barefoot, it promotes a natural gate, better balance and better posture.
Tennis Tips : Pronation Drills Pronation drills are used to help you get speed and spin on the ball. Start working on pronation drills withguidance from a professional tennis instructor in this free video on tennis drills. Expert: Josh Muramoto Bio: Josh Muramoto is a tennis instructor in Salt Lake City, Utah. Filmmaker: Michael Burton Series Description: To become a great tennis player, there are many techniques to master. Improve your tennis skills with guidance from a professional tennis instructor in this free video on tennis techniques.
Foot Pronation and Gait Problems Case Study: This girl presented with ankle and lower calf pain. On examination she displays typical rear foot pronation. Further investigation demonstrated ligamentous laxity and a leg length discrepancy. Anti-pronatory devices with a heel raise to the short leg were prescribed. The pain was successfully resolved and gait much improved.
Teaching Serve Pronation by Nick Bollettieri From Tennis Pod Pro Videos (bit.ly
Badminton Forearm Pronation Technique I am learning the forearm pronation technique. It is the basis of the clear shots and smash shots
Running Shoe Fit Guide for Pronation, Neutral and Flat Feet Lee Hobbs with Asics describes the 3 main foot types and the corresponding footwear categories most Running Shoe companies use. Learn more about your arch type and if you are an under pronator, neutral or tend to over pronate. Understanding your arch type will help you in purchasing the right running shoes that will make running more enjoyable and reduce your potential for injury. Find more information at Sun & Ski Sports.
Service Technique - Pronation Neil Archer of the Wailea Tennis Club on Maui shows the basics of serve pronation.
Running gait ***ysis: Determining excessive foot pronation How do you know if a runner is excessively pronating? This video will provide an objective method for measuring rear-foot eversion using 2D video ***ysis software.
Lauge Hansen Pronation ABduction (Eversion) Ankle Fracture © 2010 glass.dpm@ With the foot in a fixed pronated position, an abductory force is placed along the medial aspect of the medial malleolus; creating either a TRANSVERSE medial malleolar fracture and/or deltoid ligament failure, this is described as a STAGE 1 injury. As the abductory force continues to push the talus laterally the talus is driven into the tibio-fibular syndesmotic joint creating injury to BOTH the ANTERIOR & POSTERIOR-inferior TIBIO-FIBULAR ligaments creating a stage 2 injury. (Note: With the interosseus ligament still intact one cannot call this a true diastasis). In STAGE 3: The ABductory force has continued into the fibula creating a fracture at or above the ankle joint that is short and OBLIQUE on the AP view but appears transverse on a lateral x-ray. Since the talus is driven in an inferomedial to superiorlateral direction a LATERAL SPIKE of cortex from the fibula may be visualized on an AP x-ray. Lateral comminution is quite common. One must remember to take a Lateral x-ray of the ankle joint to adequately differentiate this fracture from the posterior spike of the fibula seen with supination external rotation injuries. This is important for fixation purposes. (Take home points) The SHORT OBLIQUE fracture of the lateral malleolus seen in stage 3 will appear oblique on an AP x-ray, but transverse on a Lateral x-ray. This is unique to pronation- Abduction injuries. Project Leads: William Hoffman Hummira Hassani Contributing ...
FMT for Excessive STJ Pronation Functional Manipulative Therapy for excessive subtalar joint pronation
Underpronation: What is it? We show you, in slow motion detail, how to tell if you have this gait pattern.
Fix Foot Problems 02 Over pronation, Morton's Toe Dr Burt Schuller discusses Morton's Toe, over pronation, arch supports, falling arches, rigid shoes
Overpronation: What is it? We show you, in slow motion detail, how to tell if you have this gait pattern.
Danny Dreyer on Pronating when Running Danny Dreyer of Chiliving, inc. describes the proper way to correct over- or under-pronation of the feet in a runner's stride.
Tennis Serve Pronation Follow that link to discover the simple secrets to unlocking your ability to naturally pronate to get better power, spin, and control on both your 1st & 2nd serves. 2009 USA National 60s singles champion Brent Abel of WebTennis shows you how.
BruinStrength - Tube Exercises - KIT - Pronated Bicep Curls, UCLA In this video we demonstrate how to properly utilize the BruinStrength Tube to work out your bicep muscles. UCLA Recreation for more videos visit: www.recreation.ucla.edu
Tennis Lesson: Serve Step 7 - Swing and Pronate The sixth step of the serve is to swing to your contact point. From the racket drop, swing up on edge as if you were trying to hammer a nail into the tennis ball. At the last second, pronate at the forearm and wrist so that you make contact with your strings. For more FREE video-based tennis lessons on how to serve... and other tennis instruction ... visit
PSC Pronation Spring Control for Planter Fasciitis Pronation / Spring Control ( PSC ) The PSC foot wrap is a totally new concept for treating planter fasciitis, chronic heel pain, excessive pronation, heel spur syndrome, and Shin Splints. The Pronation / Spring Control ( PSC ) Foot/Ankle Positioning Strap helps to align the foot/ankle in the neutral position and assist in the treatment and prevention of related injuries. The PSC is a comfortable, non-adhesive foot wrap which allows for a softer heel strike and healthier gait.
Tennis Serve Pronation Tip Brent Abel of demonstrates a simple practice tip for improving pronation on your serve to get more power, spin, and control.
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Badminton Pronation Technique - How to Smash and Clear If you like this video or other videos that I have made, please consider subscribing and passing the links on to your friends. Pronation Technique (How to smash and clear) - Backhand Technique (How to backhand clear, drop, and smash) - Grip Guide (How to grip a racket) - ----------------------------------------------------------------------- This is a coaching video I made on how to do a proper overhead stroke using forearm pronation and upper arm rotation. This stroke should be used for clears and smashes. Stick-smashes (half-smashes) can use more wrist, though ideally you still want to use the same stroke to be more deceptive and consistent. Drops should use the same set up but can be sliced or brushed instead of being hit square on. If you are looking to see this technique in action, please refer to my other video: Before you start practicing the stroke, make sure that you double check your grip! If you are using a bevel grip or a panhandle grip, there is no way you can imitate the motions of this stroke. The four steps: 1. Reach forward with your elbow 2. Extend your forearm (when your elbow is roughly in the plane of your shoulder) 3. Pronate your forearm and rotate your upper arm so that you are contacting the shuttle squarely with the racket face pointed in the direction that you want the shuttle to travel (no slice), while simultaneously tightening your fingers 4. Follow through by pulling your racket ...
Nick Bollettieri at TCCP serve pronation. Nick Bollettieri explain the modern serve motion pronate, outside twist turn after hitting, hip and shoulder turn to give more power.
Badminton Pronation Technique Right Handed A clip of Lin Dan doing a jump smash. Notice the forearm pronation and upper arm rotation, with very little wrist movement. This same stroke can be applied to clears, a major difference being the contact point and the amount of power used. Watch my coaching video for this technique here: Note: We all know that Lin Dan is left handed. That goes without saying. The purpose of this video is to help you picture the stroke if you're a right handed player.
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Natural Foot Wisdom with Podiatrist Dr. Ray McClanahan "The doctor of the future will give no medicine, but will interest her or his patients in the care of the human frame, in a proper diet, and in the cause and prevention of disease." - Thomas Edison. Meet Dr Ray, and know the future docs are here now! Loved by those they help, but unpopular within a health care system driven by profit and the return visits of unhealthy populations, these future docs offer treatments and interventions that help people help themselves. PLEASE SHARE THIS VIDEO EDUCATION ABOUT YOUR FRAME WITH THOSE YOU CARE ABOUT! More info & Purchase Correct Toes @
Pronation on the Tennis Serve - Maybe that's the Problem I receive many many questions about the serve, concerning technique, grips, swing path, spin, action of the arm hand and racquet, and truly the most common question concerns PRONATION. How do I do pronate? What causes pronation? How can I feel pronation? Why should I pronate? Learn More at:
Orthaheel Introduction - Excess Pronation www.orthaheel.us - How Orthaheel Orthotics can help to relieve the affects excess pronation.