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Title: The influence of core stability on postural control in chronic ankle instability
Other Titles: De invloed van rompstabiliteit op posturale controle bij chronischeenkelinstabiliteit
Authors: Van Deun, Sara
Issue Date: 11-Sep-2008
Table of Contents: Contents

Acknowledgements…….……………………………………….…………………v
Chapter 1: Introduction
A. Background to the study……………………………..……………….……...3
B. Aim and design of the study…………………………..…………….….......14
Chapter 2
A. Relationship of chronic ankle instability to muscle activation patterns during the transition from double-leg to single-leg stance………………………….27
B. Altered muscle activation and joint kinematics during the transition from double- to single-leg stance in chronic ankle instability………………………………….……49
Chapter 3
Within session stability of measurement outcomes for voluntary task performance in subjects with chronic ankle instability and
healthy controls……………………………………………………….……….69
Chapter 4
The effect of a progressive balance training program, incorporating specific
core stability exercises, on muscle activation patterns in chronic ankle instability: a randomized controlled pilot study……..………………………..89
Chapter 5
The influence of ankle bracing on muscle activation patterns and postural
sway in chronic ankle instability…………………………………………….121

Chapter 6: Summary and reflections
A. Summary …………………………………………………….…………..143
B. Conclusions …………………………………………………….………..150
C. Methodological issues …………………………………………….……..151
D. Future directions …………………………………………………........…154
Appendices
Appendix 1: Flowchart of the balance training program …………………….159
Appendix 2: Flowchart of the core stability training program ……………….163
Appendix 3: 1-year follow-up questionnaire …………………………………167
Appendix 4: Bijstellingen …………………….………………………………171
Publication status: published
KU Leuven publication type: TH
Appears in Collections:Research Group for Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation

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