Anh Dung Nguyen
There are 7 included publications by Anh Dung Nguyen :
|Cyclic variations in multiplanar knee laxity influence landing biomechanics.
||Purpose: Females vary substantially in their multiplanar cyclic knee laxity changes across the menstrual cycle. The biomechanical implications of these cyclic changes are relatively unknown. Our purpose was to first cluster females based on their cyc...
|Dynamic Valgus Alignment and Functional Strength in Males and Females During Maturation
||Context: Sex differences in dynamic measures have been established in physically mature populations. Gaining information on maturation's effect on dynamic performance measures implicated in injury risk may enable us to better design injury prevention...
|Effects of lower extremity posture on hip strength and their influence on lower extremity motion during a single leg squat
||"This research investigated the effects of static lower extremity posture on hip strength, and then examined their collective influence on knee and hip joint kinematics during a single leg squat in males and females. Thirty one healthy males and 31 h...
|Joint Laxity Is Related to Lower Extremity Energetics during a Drop Jump Landing
||Purpose: To examine the relationships between anterior knee laxity (AKL), genu recurvatum (GR), and general joint laxity (GJL) with sagittal plane energetics in males and females during a drop jump task. Methods: A total of 68 females and 50 males we...
|Relationships Between Lower Extremity Alignment and the Quadriceps Angle
||Objective: To determine the extent to which select lower extremity alignment characteristics of the pelvis, hip, knee, and foot are related to the Q angle.
Design: Descriptive cohort study design.
Setting: Applied Neuromechanics Research L...
|Research Retreat IV: ACL Injuries–The Gender Bias, April 3-5, 2008, Greensboro, NC
||In April 2008, more than 80 attendees from across the United States and Canada participated in the fourth research retreat focused on the gender bias in anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injury. The retreat was cofounded by Irene Davis, PhD, PT, and M...
|Thigh Strength and Activation as Predictors of Knee Biomechanics during a Drop Jump Task
||Purpose: To examine whether normalized quadriceps and hamstring strength would predict quadriceps and hamstring muscle activation amplitudes and whether these neuromuscular factors would predict knee kinematics and kinetics during a drop jump task. M...