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    Title: The differences in gait pattern between dancers and non-dancers
    Authors: 龍希文;LUNG, Chi-Wen
    Contributors: 創意商品設計學系
    Keywords: Dancer;Ground reaction force;Foot pressure pattern;Center of pressure;Velocity of CoP
    Date: 2008-12
    Issue Date: 2012-11-26 12:16:28 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: "Students in dancing department routinely perform hours of dancing every day. Ex-
    treme ankle posture can subject the ankle of the dancers to high stress and can sig-
    ni cantly increase the mobility of the ankle. This causes ankle sprain which occurs
    frequently during daily walking. Measurements of the ground reaction force (GRF) and
    the center of pressure (CoP) provide useful variables to analyze the walking patterns of
    dancers, which might help understand the causes of ankle sprain. The aims of this work
    were (1) to investigate the di erences in gait patterns between dancers and non-dancers
    and (2) to explore the gait characteristics in dancers. Thirteen students in dancing de-
    partment and twenty age-matched normal healthy subjects were recruited. AU subjects
    were requested to walk along a 10-meter walkway. Results showed that the dancers have
    greater medial shear force of the GRF, and decreased the CoP velocity during the pre-
    swing phase, delayed peak-CoP velocity occurrence during the mid-stance, and straighter
    CoP trajectory through the forefoot at push o . The intense and demanding dancing
    activities change the walking pattern of dancers, which may lead to higher chance of
    getting ankle sprain."
    Relation: JOURNAL OF MECHANICS,24(4):451-457.
    Appears in Collections:[創意商品設計學系] 期刊論文

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