LITERATURE

  • | Kevin Rosenbloom

    Foot Notes: July 30th, 2019

    Here's a dose of what I'm pondering and enjoying this week ... 

    READ...
    Longitudinal arch load-sharing system of the foot by Kevin Kirby

    LISTEN... 
    Listen to Solving the Problem of Fit: Todd Rose and Bob Moesta
    from The Disruptive Voice in Podcasts

    WATCH...
    When we first walked 
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    A Summary of Ankle Dorsiflexion Muscles

    Author: Kevin B. Rosenbloom, C.Ped, Sports Biomechanist

    The ankle joint is one of the most valuable structures in the human body because of its intricate articulating surfaces and function in ambulation. Dorsiflexion is another essential movement of the ankle joint worth discussing. The following is a summary that explores the range of motion, concise descriptions of the muscles contribution to the movement and briefly explores the interesting research into the muscles involved with dorsiflexion.

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    A Summary of Ankle Plantar Flexion Muscles

    Author: Kevin B. Rosenbloom, C.Ped, Sports Biomechanist

    The ankle joint is arguably one of the most complex and fascinating areas of study in the human body and plantar flexion is one of the movements seen from this area. The following is a summary that explores the range of motion, concise descriptions of the muscles contribution to the movement and explores briefly interesting research regarding the muscles involved with plantar flexion.

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    A Summary of Hip Abduction Muscles

    Author: Kevin B. Rosenbloom, C.Ped, Sports Biomechanist

    Because the hip joint can move on a variety of planes, this joint is so incredibly important for functional ambulation. This summary will briefly discuss hip abduction, explore the muscle bodies that contribute to this movement and give a sliver of a sample into the intriguing research about the muscles.

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    A Quick Overview of Foot Drop

    Author: Kevin B. Rosenbloom, C.Ped, Sports Biomechanist

    Foot drop is by no means something clinicians have not seen before. However, a refresher on the subject is particularly useful especially when so many new products help with foot drop treatment. The following is a quick and compact overview on foot drop.

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    Is a premium lab worth it?

    Author: Kevin B. Rosenbloom, C.Ped, Sports Biomechanist Like when shopping for most things in life, it takes time to find the best products and services. That time being spent searching can be overwhelming and sometimes lead to less than satisfactory results, especially when it comes to f... View Post
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    What shoe should I wear with my AFO?

    Author: Kevin B. Rosenbloom, C.Ped, Sports Biomechanist

    When a patient is adjusting to life with an AFO, there are many questions that arise. Among the questions, shoe recommendations are a common. This topic is not taken lightly and frequently discussed at the Kevin Orthopedic lab.

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    A Patient’s Foot Has History: When Modern Biomechanics Meets the Laetoli Footprints

    Author: Kevin B. Rosenbloom, C.Ped, Sports Biomechanist All patients have something in common – they are coming to the clinicians, the expert, for an answer. Having knowledge of our biomechanical history, evolutionary past and what paleoanthropologists are learning more about humans gives ... View Post