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Effects of Whole-Season Training and Match-Play on Hip Adductor and Abductor Muscle Strength in Soccer Players: A Pilot Study

Background: Previous studies have shown that hip muscles weakness has been correlated with a greater risk of suffering hip groin pain. Methods: At three time points in the soccer season, a total of 26 semiprofessional male soccer players underwent measurements of maximal isometric hip adductor and abductor muscle endurance, as well as end-season and end-season, to look at the longitudinal effects of soccer training and competition during a complete season on maximal isometric hip adductor and abductor muscle strength in the semi-professional Spanish soccer player. Conclusion: Although peak hip abductor muscle strength increased throughout the season, hip adductor muscle endurance remained stable throughout the year. Physiological Importance: The persistent decline in adductor/abductor strength throughout the soccer season may indicate an elevated risk of groin injury, as well as the need for preventive rehabilitation services focusing on increasing adductor muscle endurance.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1177/19417381211053783


Hip Adductor, Abductor Muscles Strength, and Performance in Participants with and without Low Back Pain

The following is a summary of the pain: In people with chronic non-specific low back pain, weakness of hip muscles is typical. In addition, hip joint function can be influenced by hip muscle weakness. This report was designed to compare the strength and results of hip adductor and abductor muscles between subjects with and without CNSLBP, as well as their connection with disability. Materials and Methods: This case-control research involved 41 people with CNSLBP and 41 healthy participants. Using the oswestry disability index, the impairment level in the CNSLBP group was determined. Results: There were no significant differences between the two groups for hip muscle endurance. In the CNSLBP group's left lower extremity in the lateral direction's scores were significantly higher than the control group's one-leg hop test results. Conclusion: When performing functional performance tasks, it's recommended that testing and exercise therapy of participants with CNSLBP be carried out.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.18502/jmr.v16i4.10758


Effect of Gluteus Maximus and Abductor Hallucis Muscle Strengthening on Balance in Pediatric Over Pronated Foot

Maintains the postural balance when the central nervous system, sensory system, and neuromuscular system maintains the postural balance. Flat foot is one of the most common lower extremity malalignment. The aim of this review was to investigate the effects of Gluteus maximus and Abductor hallucis muscle strengthening on balance in school going children with pronated foot. Method and Method: 40 healthy school going kids of 7-10 years of either gender were selected based on inclusion and exclusion criteria. For 5 weeks, muscle endurance training was recommended for five days a week. Result: Foot FPI and PBS values increased after the prescribed period of training, and PBS values were significantly higher when analyzed using the paired t test at p=u22640. 05. Conclusion: Gluteus maximus and Abductor hallucis muscle strength can have a huge effect in improving balance in school-going students with overpronated foot.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.52403/ijhsr.20221020


Relationship between Hip Abductor Muscle Strength and Frontal Plane Kinematics: A Cross-Sectional Study in Elite Handball Athletes

In different cultures, an association between lower limb frontal plane kinematics and hip abductor muscles endurance has been studied. However, the connection between pelvis, hip, and knee frontal plane kinematics in HB athletes with hip abductor strength has not been considered. Using 2D analysis, this research sought to determine the correlation between hip abductor muscles endurance and frontal plane kinematics in elite HB athletes. Results: The correlation study revealed a statistically significant negative correlation between the hip abductor muscle endurance and the pelvic drop angle. A statistically significant positive correlation was found between the hip abductor muscles strength and the femoral adduction angle, as well as between the hip abductor muscle endurance and the knee valgus angle. In HB athletes, hip abductor muscles strongly correlate with frontal plane kinematics.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3390/app121910044


Association of Preoperative Gluteal Muscle Fatty Infiltration With Patient Outcomes in Women After Hip Abductor Tendon Repair Augmented With LARS

Background: The repair of hip abductor tendons has had promising results. Purpose: To investigate the connection between preoperative hip abductor FI and clinical outcomes after hip abductor tendon repair. The 6-minute walk test, isometric hip abduction strength assessment, and patient-reported outcome measures, including the Harris Hip Score and Oxford Hip Score, were all completed presurgery and two years after surgery. A single FI score for the gluteus medius and minimus was calculated, as was a total FI score. FI was more severe in the gluteus minimus preoperatively, with the most FI seen in the middle and anterior portions of the gluteus minimus, as well as the middle and anterior portions of the gluteus medius. Greater FI was attributed to less improvement in the unaffected leg's hip strength, but no other significant correlations were found between FI and pre- or postoperative clinical results.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1177/0363546519873672


Effects of task and hip-abductor fatigue on lower limb alignment and muscle activation

Abstract Purpose Fatigue-induced hip-abductor pain may exacerbate lower-limb misalignments in various strenuous single-leg tasks. We wanted to assess the effects of exhaustion and stress on lower limb kinematics and muscle development, as well as finding correlations between measurements obtained in two tasks. During the SL HOP's eccentric phase, hip frontal plane projection angle, and heel inversion displacement were recorded, as well as the introduction of the tibialis posterior, tibialis longus, and tibialis anterior. During SL SQUAT, Hip-adduction displacement, GMed, and PER activation were higher, while PER activation was higher, though TA activation was higher during SL HOP. There were no differences between tasks in knee FPPA and heel inversion. Conclusion The SQUAT's unique features lead to increased hip adduction displacement, GMed, and PER activation, as well as reduced TA activation, owing to higher balance demands, as shown by the higher balance demands.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/s11332-021-00854-4


Microvascular blood flow changes of the abductor pollicis brevis muscle during sustained static exercise

During and after thumb obduction at 55% of maximum voluntary contraction, we've devised a protocol and a probe to study microvascular blood flow using near-infrared diffuse correlation spectroscopy in APB. With respect to baseline, the maximum MVC group showed a 56 percent and 36 percent decrease in the blood flow during exercise, which is relative to baseline. Also, during thumb contraction, blood flow changes during thumb contraction were positively related to the absolute force used by each subject. In addition, muscular blood flow increased dramatically after thumb contractions in both high and low MVC groups shortly after the exercise, with respect to the measured values during the exercise.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1364/boe.427885


Hip Abductor and Adductor Muscles Activity Patterns During Landing After Anterior Cruciate Ligament Injury

However, few studies have investigated hip muscles workout patterns after ACL injury. Objective : To investigate the activation characteristics of gluteus medius and adductor longus in ACLR and ACLD studies versus controls. ACL-injured participants had significantly reduced peak GMED activity during reactive activity compared to controls. In addition, ACLR participants had notably reduced responsive GMED:adductor longus coactivation muscle contractions as compared to controls. Conclusions : Our results show that neuromusculature adaptations of the hip musculature are present in people who are at least two years from ACL injury.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1123/jsr.2018-0189


A Comparison Between the Adductor Pollicis Muscle and the Abductor Digiti Minimi Muscle Using Electromyography AF-201P in Rocuronium-Induced Neuromuscular Block: A Prospective Comparative Study

Using EMG AF-201P, the objective of this research was to compare two ulnar nerve innervated muscles: the adductor pollicis muscle and the abductor digiti minimi muscle during muscle repair after a rocuronium-induced neuromuscular block. Time from first PTC to first TOF response, and first remembrance of TOF, according to the study's results, including the transition from administration of sugammadex to TOF ratios of 0. 9, was from administration of rocuronium to first reappearance of TOF responses. The first PTC appeared at the ADM muscle rather than the AP muscle. With the ADM muscle being much longer than the AP muscle, the first PTC and the first TOF were considerably longer. Conclusions The ADM muscle displayed a good cooperation with the AP muscle during the rocuronium-induced neuromuscular block block, but a quicker recovery of PTC response when using EMG was much quicker.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.21203/rs.3.rs-882172/v1


Operative Outcome of Partial Plantar Fasciectomy and Neurolysis to the Nerve of the Abductor Digiti Minimi Muscle for Recalcitrant Plantar Fasciitis

For recalcitrant plantar fasciitis, a retrospective review was conducted of 23 patients to determine the postoperative results of partial plantar fasciectomy and neurolysis to the nerve of the abductor digiti minimi muscle. The average preoperative pain was 9. 2 based on a visual analog pain scale. Prior to surgery, 62% of patients had severe limitations of exercise, and 34. 8% of patients had moderate to moderate limitations of exercise. Using the same visual analog scale, average postoperative pain reduced to 1. 7. Two patients had minor problems with partial wound dehiscence that healed uneventfully and mild dorsal midfoot pain, which required the use of a boot walker for short durations. Although the majority of patients with plantar fasciitis can be treated with nonoperative therapy, those with chronic plantar fasciitis can be treated with partial plantar fasciitis and neurolysis to the nerve of the abductor digiti muscle.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1177/107110070402500707

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