Altered Kinematics and Time to Stabilization During Drop-Jump Landings in Individuals With or Without Functional Ankle Instability
It has been proposed that altered dynamic-control strategies during functional activity such as jump landings may partially explain recurrent instability in individuals with functional ankle instability (FAI). The objective of this research article is to capture jump-landing time to stabilization (TTS) and ankle motion using a multisegment foot model among FAI, coper, and healthy control individuals.
Wright CJ, Arnold, BL, Ross, SE. Altered kinematics and time to stabilization during drop-jump landings in individuals with or without functional ankle instability. Journal of Athletic Training. 2016;51(1):5–15.