Category Archives: Excerpt

May 2019

Sex Differences on Foot Health Related to the Quality of Life in Sedentary People

The sedentary lifestyle is known for its lack of activity and exceptional amount of sitting, all leading to depressed energy expenditure. The medical consequences—from hypertension and obesity to musculoskeletal pain and osteoporosis—are many and represent leading risk factors for early mortality.

By Daniel López-López, Jose María Cancela-Carral, Romeu Araujo, and colleagues Continue reading

April 2019

Decreased Physical Activity Seen 1 Year After Acute Ankle Sprain 

Despite an immense amount of research examining the causes and treatment of ankle sprains and chronic ankle instability (CAI), ankle sprains remain the most common musculoskeletal injury. The first consequence of an initial ankle sprain is the development of CAI. With upwards of 70% of patients…

By Tricia Hubbard-Turner, Michael J. Turner, Chris Burcal, Kyeongtak Song, and Erik A. Wikstrom Continue reading