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pronated

adjective Referring to pronation, see there.
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The findings in the present study indicate that the prevalence of RRIs in recreational runners occur directly and indirectly, reaching grade III, exclusively in the lower limbs and are associated with intrinsic factors (step supinated, pronated or overpronated and gender female) and extrinsic factors (that include experience time, increase in session volume, percentage of session volume increase, and increase in session intensity).
This continues for the rest of the stance phase, causing the patient to push-off with an unlocked pronated foot.
For the pull-up exercise, the subjects were instructed to grab the bar with palms pronated at the biacromial distance that was previously recorded.
[17] had compared kinematic angles at the hip, knee, and ankle joints in the sagittal plane during squat performed by persons with normal and pronated feet.
The patient immersed both hands in pronated position in separate water baths, current intensity was slowly increased till a maximum comfortable level was achieved, maintained for 10 minutes and then reduced to zero (Figure1).
For the seated row, subjects were seated straight upright with a pronated grip and their shoulders abducted to 90[degrees]; the exercise was done by performing a horizontal shoulder extension and elbow flexion for the concentric phase of the movement.
"If that foot is unbalanced or has a pronated or lower arch, that's a foot that is begging for support," CBS News quoted Levine as telling HealthPop.
The student's palm is pronated. This step introduces the student to the grip.
Definitive causes were not identified in the literature, but some of the many possibilities included muscular fatique due to excessive physical activity, postural deviations such as pes planus (flat feet), pronated feet, genu valgum (knock knees), and medical conditions and pathologies such as juvenile arthritis, osteomyelitis, Ross River virus, a fracture across the growth plate, and Osgood-Schlatter's syndrome.
Radiographs are diagnostic and should include the fully pronated or Roberts' view.
Pain produced while lifting an object such as a heavy text book with the forearm pronated (palm down) is indicative of lateral epicondylosis while pain produced while lifting the object with a supinated forearm (palm up) is indicative of medial epicondylosis.1 Mills test and golfer's elbow test are used to identify medial epicondylosis.