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Weight bearing lunge knee to wall test

Aspen C Terry, Mark D Thelen, Michael Crowell, Donald L Goss
Background: The Musculoskeletal Readiness Screening Tool (MRST) was developed in an effort to consistently predict injury among military personnel. Current injury prediction tools have not consistently predicted injury in this population. The MRST is comprised of the weight bearing forward lunge, modified deep squat, closed kinetic chain upper extremity stability test (CKCUEST), forward step down with eyes closed, stationary tuck jump, unilateral wall sit hold, and subjective, individual perceived level of risk for injury...
August 2018: International Journal of Sports Physical Therapy
David Simondson, Kim Brock, Susan Cotton
This study aimed to determine the reliability and the smallest real difference of the Ankle Lunge test in an ankle fracture patient population. In the post immobilisation stage of ankle fracture, ankle dorsiflexion is an important measure of progress and outcome. The Ankle Lunge test measures weight bearing dorsiflexion, resulting in negative scores (knee to wall distance) and positive scores (toe to wall distance), for which the latter has proven reliability in normal subjects only. A consecutive sample of ankle fracture patients with permission to commence weight bearing, were recruited to the study...
February 2012: Manual Therapy
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