*  Pronation of the foot
Pronation is a normal, desirable, and necessary component of the gait cycle. Pronation is the first half of the stance phase, ... Abnormal pronation occurs when a foot pronates when it should supinate, or overpronates during a normal pronation period of the ... Some pronation, also called eversion, is natural in the body's regular movement. Neutral pronation occurs when the foot ... Specific patterns of lacing running shoes also reduce pronation. Pronation significantly decreases when the highest number of ...
*  Outline of fencing
Pronation - The position of the hand when the palm is facing down. See supination. Supination - The position of the hand when ... See Pronation. Counter-Attack - An attack into an established attack (that already has right-of-way). In foil and sabre, a ...
*  Flat feet
"Pronation in Runners: Implications for Injuries." Sports Medicine 26.3 (1998) Esterman A, Pilotto L (July 2005). "Foot shape ... "Pronation, Explained." Runner's World. August 2004. Mata. "Best Running Shoes for Your Feet" (www.thebestrunningshoestoday.com/ ... "A randomized controlled trial of two types of in-shoe orthoses in children with flexible excess pronation of the feet". Foot ... this presentation is actually due to excessive pronation of the foot (rolling inwards), although the term 'flat foot' is still ...
*  Glossary of fencing
Pronation The position of the hand when the palm is facing down. See #Supination. Quarte Parry #4; blade up and to the inside, ... See #Pronation. Target Area The area delimited for valid hits in that weapon. Foil target area consists of the entire torso, ...
*  Achilles tendinitis
Excessive pronation of the foot (over 5 degrees) in the subtalar joint is a type of mechanical mechanism that can lead to ... Hintermann B., Nigg B. M. (1998). "Pronation in runners". Sports Medicine. 26 (3): 169-176. doi:10.2165/00007256-199826030- ... which lack the necessary support to maintain the foot in the natural/normal pronation. The Achilles tendon does not have good ...
*  Anatomical terms of motion
... pronation). Pronation at the forearm is a rotational movement where the hand and upper arm are turned inwards. Pronation of the ... Supination and pronation of the foot Supination and pronation of the arm Inversion and eversion refer to movements that tilt ... Pronation (/proʊˈneɪʃən/) and supination (/suːpɪˈneɪʃən/) refer most generally to assuming prone or supine positions, but often ... OED 1989, "pronation". OED 1989, "supination". Swartz 2010, p. 591. Kyung 2005, p. 108. DMD 2012, "version". Taber 2001, " ...
*  Distal radioulnar articulation
Fixation should be in pronation. Estaminet III - Dorsal distal radioulnar ligament is involved. Unstable in pronation. Fixation ... Unstable in both supination and pronation. Fixation is in neutral. Distal ends of radius and ulna along with the bones of the ... pronation (palms facing down). Muscles that contribute to function are all supinator (Biceps Brachii, Brachioradialis, and ... Supination of the radioulnar joint can move from 0 degrees neutral to approximately 80-90 degrees where Pronation of the ...
*  Sinker (baseball)
This wrist movement is also called pronation. Many sinker ball pitchers today turn the inside of the ball over just before ...
*  Arthrogryposis
... extension and pronation) and foot (clubfoot). Range of motion can be different between joints because of the different ...
*  Triangular fibrocartilage
The role of the TFCC in supination and in pronation is a matter of dispute. Some authors (Schuind et al.) concluded that the ... In pronation this is reversed: the superficial dorsal and the deep palmar ligaments are tightened and prevent dorsal ... Application of an extension-pronation force to an axial-load wrist, such as in a fall on an outstretched hand, causes most of ... This positive ulnar variance occurs during pronation. The TFCC is a major stabilizer of the DRUJ. To control the forearm ...
*  Sandeep Pandey
Hence I cannot be anti or pro-nation. I am pro-people. I'm not a nationalist but am a universalist." - Sandeep Pandey, Later in ...
*  Sneakers
"Understand pronation to get the correct running shoes". Comfort Hacks. Retrieved 14 October 2015. Marius Bakken. "Fitting Your ...
*  Foot
Types of pronation include neutral pronation, underpronation (supination), and overpronation. Neutral pronation An individual ... Neutral pronation is the most ideal, efficient type of gait when using a heel strike gait; in a forefoot strike, the body ... In anatomy, pronation is a rotational movement of the forearm (at the radioulnar joint) or foot (at the subtalar and ... talocalcaneonavicular joints). Pronation of the foot refers to how the body distributes weight as it cycles through the gait. ...
*  Interosseous membrane of forearm
Additionally, as the forearm moves from pronation to supination, the interosseous membrane fibers change from a relaxed state, ... They once again become relaxed as the forearm enters pronation. The interosseous membrane is composed of five ligaments: - ...
*  Ataxia
This could involve rapidly switching from pronation to supination of the forearm. Movements become more irregular with ...
*  Tristan Bowen
Listeners of the Podcast are affectionately acknowledged by Bowen as "Pro Nation". Major League Soccer Supporter's Shield (1): ...
*  Insect flight
Then the wing is flipped again (pronation) and another downstroke can occur. The frequency range in insects with synchronous ... Others argued that the force peaks during supination and pronation are caused by an unknown rotational effect that ...
*  Ulnar claw
Repetitive motion of pronation and supination are also effective exercises for rehabilitation. Exercising pronation and ... A lateral pinch and recurring grip can also be applied for supination and pronation. Preventive therapy is recommended to ... By exercising individual fingers and thumb in adduction and abduction motion in pronation position, interosseous muscles will ...
*  Nail-patella syndrome
The elbows may have limited motion (e.g., limited pronation, supination, extension). Subluxation of the radial head may occur. ...
*  Pivot joint
In contrast, a forearm in pronation would have the palm facing backward and the thumb would be closer to the body, pointing ... these movements are typically called pronation and supination. In the standard anatomical position, the forearms are supinated ...
*  Dysdiadochokinesia
This movement is known as a pronation/supination test of the upper extremity. A simpler method using this same concept is to ...
*  Matthew Bonnan
A new description of the forelimb of the basal sauropodomorph Melanorosaurus: implications for the evolution of pronation, ... the evolution of pronation and supination in the forelimb of tetrapods. To these ends, he has utilized traditional anatomical ...
*  Tarsus (skeleton)
... the subtalar joint transforms tibial rotation into forefoot supination and pronation. The axis of rotation in the joint is ... while calcaneocuboid motion is 2 degrees flexion-extension and 7 degrees pronation-supination. The motions of the subtalar and ... In vitro talonavicular motion is 7 degrees flexion-extension and 17 degrees pronation-supination; ...
*  Wrist
Together with the proximal radioulnar joint, the distal radioulnar joint permits pronation and supination. The radiocarpal ... described without including movements in the distal radioulnar joint in which the rotary actions of supination and pronation ...
*  List of movements of the human body
Pronation is the motion of the inner and outer ball of the foot with the heel bone. One is said to be "knock-kneed" if one has ... For the foot, pronation will cause the sole of the foot to face more laterally than when standing in the anatomical position. ... Pronation of the foot is a compound movement that combines abduction, eversion, and dorsiflexion. Regarding posture, a pronated ... For the forearm, when standing in the anatomical position, pronation will move the palm of the hand from an anterior-facing ...