A comparison of the effect of shoes on human tibial axial strains recorded during dynamic loading

Charles Milgrom, David Burr, David P Fyhrie, Susan Hoshaw, Aharon Finestone, Meir Nyska, Roni Davidson, Steven Mendelson, Miki Giladi, Meir Liebergall, Bruce Lehnert, Arkady Voloshin, Ariel Simkin

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Abstract

Percutaneous axial extensometers were mounted on the medial cortex of the midtibial diaphysis in seven male volunteers and the effect of three different shoes on in vivo peak-to-peak axial compression-tension strains measured during dynamic loading. Zohar shoes had lower axial strains and strain rates during treadmill walking than Nike Air Max running shoes or Israeli infantry boots. During running on a running track, there was no statistically significant difference between the axial strains or strain rates between the shoes tested. Shoe gear can modify tibial strains and strain rates that contribute to the development of tibial stress fractures.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)85-90
Number of pages6
JournalFoot and Ankle International
Volume19
Issue number2
StatePublished - Feb 1998
Externally publishedYes

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Milgrom, C., Burr, D., Fyhrie, D. P., Hoshaw, S., Finestone, A., Nyska, M., ... Simkin, A. (1998). A comparison of the effect of shoes on human tibial axial strains recorded during dynamic loading. Foot and Ankle International, 19(2), 85-90.

A comparison of the effect of shoes on human tibial axial strains recorded during dynamic loading. / Milgrom, Charles; Burr, David; Fyhrie, David P; Hoshaw, Susan; Finestone, Aharon; Nyska, Meir; Davidson, Roni; Mendelson, Steven; Giladi, Miki; Liebergall, Meir; Lehnert, Bruce; Voloshin, Arkady; Simkin, Ariel.

In: Foot and Ankle International, Vol. 19, No. 2, 02.1998, p. 85-90.

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Milgrom, C, Burr, D, Fyhrie, DP, Hoshaw, S, Finestone, A, Nyska, M, Davidson, R, Mendelson, S, Giladi, M, Liebergall, M, Lehnert, B, Voloshin, A & Simkin, A 1998, 'A comparison of the effect of shoes on human tibial axial strains recorded during dynamic loading', Foot and Ankle International, vol. 19, no. 2, pp. 85-90.
Milgrom, Charles ; Burr, David ; Fyhrie, David P ; Hoshaw, Susan ; Finestone, Aharon ; Nyska, Meir ; Davidson, Roni ; Mendelson, Steven ; Giladi, Miki ; Liebergall, Meir ; Lehnert, Bruce ; Voloshin, Arkady ; Simkin, Ariel. / A comparison of the effect of shoes on human tibial axial strains recorded during dynamic loading. In: Foot and Ankle International. 1998 ; Vol. 19, No. 2. pp. 85-90.
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