‘Spring Theory’ - The Role of the Ankle during Sub-Maximal Hopping and its Modulation by Pathology, Fatigue and Training
|dc.contributor.author||Debenham, James Robert|
|dc.contributor.supervisor||Prof. Garry Allison||en_US|
This thesis explores how various modulatory factors (pathology, fatigue, and therapeutic training) influenced ankle behaviour during a sub-maximal hopping task. In addition, it presents a novel theoretical model, referred to as ‘Spring Theory’ that describes a model by which clinicians, researchers and educators can explore lower limb overuse injury.
|dc.title||‘Spring Theory’ - The Role of the Ankle during Sub-Maximal Hopping and its Modulation by Pathology, Fatigue and Training||en_US|
|curtin.department||School of Physiotherapy and Exercise Science||en_US|