Publikationer og referencer (Kun på original sprog)
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Excessive Pronation: A Major Biomechanical Determinant in the Development of Chondromalacia and Pelvic Lists
[ Rothbart, Brian A. DPM, Ph.D., Estabrook, Lew, DC. Journal of Manipulative and Physiological Therapeutics. Oct 1998: Vol. 11 No. 5. pp. 373-379.]
An Innovative Mechanical Approach to Treating Chronic Knee Pain: A Bio-Implosion Model
[ Rothbart, Brian A. DPM, Ph.D., Yerratt, M. Kathleen, RN American Journal of Pain Management. July 1994: Vol. 4 No. 3. ]
Resolving Chronic Low Back Pain: The Foot Connection
[ Rothbart, Brian A. DPM, Ph.D., Hansen, Kevin, PT, Liley, Paul DDS, Yerratt, M. Kathleen, RN. American Journal of Pain Management. July 1995: Vol. 5 No. 3. ]
Medial Column Foot Systems: An Innovative Tool for Improving Posture
[ Rothbart, Brian A. DPM, Ph.D. Journal of Bodywork and Movement Therapies. Jan 2002: Vol. 6. No 1. pp. 37-46 ]
http://www.sportmedicina.com/pressure_plate_analysis.htm Pressure Plate Analysis of the Medial Column Foot Insole – A Statistical Study by Dr. Brian A. Rothbart, Guest researcher Instituto Superiore di Sanità di Roma, Biomedical engineering.
http://www.sportmedicina.com/postural_distortions.htm Postural Distortions – The Foot Connection. by Dr. Brian A. Rothbart, Guest researcher Instituto Superiore di Sanità di Roma, Biomedical engineering.
http://www.vjo.it/061/ Virtual Journal of Orthodontics: Postural Distortions. The Foot Connection B.A. Rothbart. (Abstract available. Requires subscription to read full article.)
http://www.mariantoniettafusco.com/engl/ Dr. Maria Antonietta Fusco has devoted considerable time to the study of posture and musculoskeletal illness. She emphasizes the importance of a dynamic understanding of the feet as the foundation for postural correction and stability. She has identified numerous proprioceptive stimulus points on the feet which activates various muscles controlling the feet including the longitudinal arch. Posture Control InsolesÔ focus on the first metatarsal and the big toe which is the most significant elements under muscular control influencing pronation and therefore the posture of a typical person with Morton’s or Rothbart’s Foot Structure.
The above articles are made available with permission by the American Journal of Pain Management. This shall not be interpreted to mean that content, products or services offered by Posture Dynamics, Inc. are in any way endorsed, by the American Academy of Pain Management, American Journal of Pain Management or Texas Tech. University of Health Sciences Center.
The above article from the Journal of Bodyworks and Movement Therapies are made available with permission of Elsevier, UK. To access the articles in the Journal of Manipulative and Physiological Therapeutics, please contact the publisher.
Referencer: Kliniske referencer
Better Ways to Sit, Stand, Move and Present Yourself to the World: http: //www.posturepage.com “Stand up straight!” “Pull your shoulders back!” As children, we were told to have good posture. Yet we were seldom taught effective ways to accomplish this. Indeed, we were often not even told just what “good posture” is.