Running shoe design for runners with overpronation of foot. Does it evidence based? is a thesis by Roy T.H. Cheung.
Motion control footwear is a common technology in running shoe designs. The function of motion control footwear is mainly to reduce excessive rearfoot pronation in runners for injury prevention. Because erratic rearfoot kinematics may affect proximal joints by the linkage of human kinetic chain, the functions of motion control footwear may not only be confined to kinematic control. The functions of motion control footwear are not well explored and understood. This book explores functions of motion control footwear in runners with excessive rearfoot pronation.
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About the author of Running shoe design for runners with overpronation of foot. Does it evidence based?:
Professor Roy Cheung was previously at the Hong Kong Polytechnic University and is now at the University of Western Sydney. He received his physiotherapy undergraduate and PhD degrees in Hong Kong, and completed a postdoctoral fellowship at Spaulding National Running Center, Harvard Medical School in Boston, MA. Professor Cheung specialized in human gait biomechanics and retraining research, in particular biomechanical factors of musculoskeletal conditions, neural control of gait, and development of wearable sensors for gait retraining.
Title: Running shoe design for runners with overpronation of foot. Does it evidence based?
Author: Roy T.H. Cheung
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