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pronated

adjective Referring to pronation, see there.
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This continues for the rest of the stance phase, causing the patient to push-off with an unlocked pronated foot.
Then, each subject assumed the following starting position: a supine bridge directly below the bar (or handles) with the arms fully extended and hands pronated and grasping the bar (or handles).
The objects manipulated with use of lateral pinch were all grasped with the forearm in a pronated position.
In another study it was recorded that people who presented with pronated or hyper pronated subtalar joints (STJ) demonstrated significantly higher forefoot peak pressures than people who presented with either a neutral or supinated subtalar joint [1].
Once the sensor was secured by tape, the MVIC was tested and recorded with the examiner applying forced resistance to the participant's clenched fist, resisting the twisting pressure from pronated to suppinated position.
The typical baby's foot presents a pronated appearance, with an abundance of soft tissue and flat feet.
The freestylers, backstrokers, and butterfly swimmers usually walk pigeon toed while the breaststrokers walk with the feet pronated (waddle like a duck).
To determine whether a runner would benefit from orthotics, the first step is to examine the foot when it's not bearing weight and when it's in the "subtalar neutral" position--neither pronated nor supinated.
Noakes (14) suggested that a pronated foot due to hypermobile feet could be implicated in knee problems.
To determine whether a runner would benefit from orthotics, one should first examine the foot when it's not bearing weight and when it's in the subtalar neutral position neither pronated nor supinated.
Unlike the supine hand orientation used on the delivery of a curve, though, the hand is pronated as the ball is released.
n Pronated, which rolls inwards with the arch dropping