2020
DOI: 10.1177/0309364619900737
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Biomechanical analysis of stair ascent in persons with Chopart amputation

Abstract: Background: Compared to walking on level ground, ascending stairs requires a large range of motion not only of the hip and knee joint, but also of the ankle joint. The prosthesis often worn by persons with partial foot amputation largely prevents the ankle motion needed during stair ascent. Objectives: Aim of this study was to assess subjects with a Chopart amputation utilizing a clamshell device during stair ascent to identify potential biomechanical deficits. Study design: Cross-sectional study with referenc… Show more

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