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Patella taping position

Cynthia Gobbi Alves Araújo, Christiane de Souza Guerino Macedo, Daiene Ferreira, Leonardo Shigaki, Rubens A da Silva
: The purpose of this study was to assess the effect of patellar taping on muscle activation of the knee and hip muscles in women with Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome during five proprioceptive exercises. Forty sedentary women with syndrome were randomly allocated in two groups: Patellar Taping (based in McConnell) and Placebo (vertical taping on patella without any stretching of lateral structures of the knee). Volunteers performed five proprioceptive exercises randomly: Swing apparatus, Mini-trampoline, Bosu balance ball, Anteroposterior sway on a rectangular board and Mediolateral sway on a rectangular board...
December 2016: Journal of Electromyography and Kinesiology
Jun Suganuma, Ryuta Mochizuki, Tadashi Sugiki, Yutaka Inoue, Kazuya Kitamura, Seiji Akutsu, Hiroyuki Ono
PURPOSE: To compare the results of reconstruction of the medial patellofemoral ligament (MPFL) using a synthetic graft (Poly-Tape) between knee joints in which the patella was reduced to the strict center and those in which it was slightly lateral to the center of the trochlea to determine whether patellar position within this range affects the results. METHODS: Forty-six knee joints in 46 patients were examined retrospectively with a minimum follow-up of 2 years...
April 29, 2016: Arthroscopy: the Journal of Arthroscopic & related Surgery
B Jagannath Kamath, V Saraswati, Ankush Bansal, Vishal Pai
BACKGROUND: Pelvifemoral angle has been described in early literature but the values have not been validated and no mention of distal bony point has been made. METHODS: Patients attending the Orthopaedic Outpatient in our hospital with complaints not related to the hip or knee were included in this study. Exclusion criteria included patients with history of hip pathology (Unilateral or Bilateral) and patients with Pelvis or Lower Limb fractures (Unilateral or Bilateral...
December 2013: Journal of Clinical Orthopaedics and Trauma
Karin Lienhard, Aline Cabasson, Olivier Meste, Serge S Colson
The purpose of this study was to determine whether the excessive spikes observed in the surface electromyography (sEMG) spectrum recorded during whole-body vibration (WBV) exercises contain motion artifacts and/or reflex activity. The occurrence of motion artifacts was tested by electrical recordings of the patella. The involvement of reflex activity was investigated by analyzing the magnitude of the isolated spikes during changes in voluntary background muscle activity. Eighteen physically active volunteers performed static squats while the sEMG was measured of five lower limb muscles during vertical WBV using no load and an additional load of 33 kg...
March 2015: Journal of Sports Science & Medicine
Chen-Yi Song, Han-Yi Huang, Sheng-Chang Chen, Jiu-Jenq Lin, Alison H Chang
OBJECTIVES: To explore the hip and knee joint kinematics as well as muscle activation between participants with patellofemoral pain syndrome (PFPS) and controls, and to investigate the immediate effect of proximal femoral rotational taping on pain, joint kinematics, and muscle activation during single-leg squat (SLS). DESIGN: Cross-sectional study. METHODS: Sixteen female participants with PFPS, and eight healthy female controls participated...
July 2015: Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport
Michael Skovdal Rathleff, Camilla Rams Rathleff, Ole Simonsen
Patellofemoral pain (PFP) is common among adolescents and adults. As the long-term prognosis is poor, optimal treatment is the key. The current evidence suggests that treatment should include training of the quadriceps and hip muscles with focus on correct alignment of the lower extremity. A positive short-term effect of foot orthotics is also documented and there is limited evidence of a positive effect of patella taping. There is no evidence for routine knee arthroscopy in the treating of PFP.
March 17, 2014: Ugeskrift for Laeger
Ryan Solinsky, Gary S Beaupre, Michael Fredericson
OBJECTIVE: To examine whether the frequency of bracing, geographic region, clinical specialty, or percentage of practice devoted to knee pain influences the criteria used by sports medicine professionals to determine whether a brace should be prescribed for treating patients with nontraumatic patellofemoral pain syndrome. DESIGN: Cross-sectional study. SETTING: Sports medicine practices in the United States. PARTICIPANTS: A total of 1307 athletic trainers, physical therapists, and sports medicine physicians recruited from the e-mail listings of the American Medical Society for Sports Medicine, the American Osteopathic Academy of Sports Medicine, the American Physical Therapy Association Sports Physical Therapy Section, the International Patellofemoral Study Group, the International Patellofemoral Retreat list, and National Collegiate Athletic Association Division 1 athletic team registries...
June 2014: PM & R: the Journal of Injury, Function, and Rehabilitation
Sung-Eun Lee, Sung-Hyoun Cho
This study aims to examine the effect of McConnell taping to patients with patellofemoral pain syndrome on the change of the muscle activity of vastus medialis and vastus lateralis during squatting. The total numbers of participants are 16 patients with pain in their knee. There are three different experiments: no-taping, placebo taping, and McConnell taping. As a result, both the muscle activity of vastus medialis and muscle activity ratio of vastus medialis to vastus lateralis increased in placebo taping compared to no-taping, which wasn't statistically significant...
April 2013: Journal of Exercise Rehabilitation
Michael J Callaghan, Shane McKie, Paul Richardson, Jacqueline A Oldham
BACKGROUND: Patellar taping is a common treatment modality for physical therapists managing patellofemoral pain. However, the mechanisms of action remain unclear, with much debate as to whether its efficacy is due to a change in patellar alignment or an alteration in sensory input. OBJECTIVE: The purpose of this study was to investigate the sensory input hypothesis using functional magnetic resonance imaging when taping was applied to the knee joint during a proprioception task...
June 2012: Physical Therapy
Ghulam Abbas, Ceri Diss
PURPOSE: To assess normal patellar tracking during walking using the 9-camera infrared system. METHODS: Four men and 6 women aged 25 to 33 (mean, 29) years each performed 16 walking trials on one occasion. They had prominent patellae with minimal soft tissues (minimising skin artefacts), and their knees and lower limbs were normal and symmetrical. 12 retro-reflective markers (2.5 cm in diameter) were taped to anatomic landmarks of the lower body. Two additional markers (1...
December 2011: Journal of Orthopaedic Surgery
H H Pässler
An innovative technique for anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) reconstruction has been developed in 1998 which allows the grafts to be fixed by press-fit to the femoral and tibial tunnel without any hardware. The semitendinosus (ST) and gracilis tendons (GT) are built into a sling by tying a knot with the tendon ends and securing the knot after conditioning by sutures. For the femoral tunnel the anteromedial porta is used. The correct anatomic position of the single femoral tunnel is checked using intraoperative lateral fluoroscopy by placing the tip of a K-wire to a point between the anteromedial and posterolateral bundle insertion sites...
July 2010: Der Unfallchirurg
Aditya Derasari, Timothy J Brindle, Katharine E Alter, Frances T Sheehan
BACKGROUND: Patellar taping is widely used clinically to treat patients with patellofemoral pain syndrome (PFPS). Although patellar taping has been demonstrated to reduce patellofemoral pain in patients with PFPS, the kinematic source for this pain reduction has not been identified. OBJECTIVE: The purpose of this study was to quantify the changes in the 6-degrees-of-freedom patellofemoral kinematics due to taping in patients with PFPS. DESIGN: A within-subject design and a sample of convenience were used...
March 2010: Physical Therapy
Lee Herrington
Previous research into the effect of patellar taping has found conflicting results and when studies have found positive findings these effects appear to be negated by exercise. The purpose of this study was to re-examine the effect of patellar taping on patellar position using ultrasound scanning. Twelve asymptomatic subjects (six males and six females (age 20.4+/-1.2 years)) had their patellar position examined, prior to and following the application of tape, and also following exercise (25 step ups). Mean patellar position (distance border patella to edge lateral femoral condyle) prior to application of tape was 6...
March 2010: Knee
Toby O Smith, Leigh Davies, Simon T Donell
Medio-lateral patellar position is regarded as a sign of patellofemoral pain syndrome and patellar instability. Its assessment is important in accurately performing patellofemoral therapeutic taping techniques. The purpose of this paper is to systematically review the literature to determine the reliability and validity of evaluating medio-lateral patellar position. An electronic database search was performed accessing AMED, British Nursing Index, CINAHL, the Cochrane database, EMBASE, Ovid Medline, Physiotherapy Evidence Database (PEDro), PubMed and Zetoc to July 2008...
August 2009: Manual Therapy
Michael J Callaghan, James Selfe, Alec McHenry, Jacqueline A Oldham
The aim of this study was to assess the effect of patellar taping of the proprioceptive status of patients with patellofemoral pain syndrome (PFPS). A total of 32 subjects (18 males, 14 females of age 31.9 +/- 11.2, body mass index 25.8 +/- 5.3) with PFPS were tested for Joint Position Sense (JPS) using a Biodex dynamometer. Outcomes of interest were the absolute error (AE), the variable error (VE) and the relative error (RE) of the JPS values for both active (AAR) and passive (PAR) angle reproduction at an angular velocity of 2 degrees /s with a start angle at 90 degrees and target angles of 60 degrees and 20 degrees ...
June 2008: Manual Therapy
Jonathan D Lesher, Thomas G Sutlive, Giselle A Miller, Nicole J Chine, Matthew B Garber, Robert S Wainner
STUDY DESIGN: Predictive validity/diagnostic test study. OBJECTIVE: To determine the predictive validity and interrater reliability of selected clinical exam items and to develop a clinical prediction rule (CPR) to determine which patients respond successfully to patellar taping. BACKGROUND: Patellar taping is often used to treat patients with PFPS. However, the characteristics of the patients who respond best to patellar taping intervention have not been identified...
November 2006: Journal of Orthopaedic and Sports Physical Therapy
Lee Herrington
Taping of the patella is a common treatment for patellofemoral pain syndrome (PFPS) and has been shown to reduce pain. The reason for this affect is unknown; it has been proposed that taping alters patella orientation. Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) studies investigating this are limited and the results are contradictory. Eight subjects (5 female, 3 male, 10 knees in total) with PFPS were involved in the study. MRI scans were taken at 0, 10, and 20 degrees of knee flexion, prior to and after patella taping...
July 2006: Research in Sports Medicine
Islay McEwan, Lee Herrington, Jeanette Thom
Patellar taping is regarded as an important element of the treatment of patellofemoral joint pain. Key to the successful use of patellar taping is the assessment of patella position. The reliability and validity of the techniques used to assess patella position has been questioned. The aim of the study was to assess the validity of the clinical assessment technique of patella medio-lateral position and patella lateral tilt against the criterion measure of MRI. Twenty-four subjects eight females and 16 males had their patella position examined in the study (mean age 24...
August 2007: Manual Therapy
S M Cowan, P W Hodges, K M Crossley, K L Bennell
OBJECTIVES: To investigate the effect of patellar taping on the amplitude of electromyographic activity (EMG) of vasti activation in subjects with and without patellofemoral pain (PFP). METHODS: Ten participants with PFP and 12 asymptomatic controls were recruited to the study. The study was designed as a randomised crossover trial. Participants completed a stair stepping task. Three experimental conditions were assessed: no tape, therapeutic medially directed tape, and placebo vertically directed tape...
January 2006: British Journal of Sports Medicine
Lee Herrington, Sharon Malloy, Jim Richards
The purpose of this study was to evaluate the effect of patella taping in normal subjects. Previous work has established positive effects of patella taping on patellofemoral pain syndrome patients, but the mode of action remains unclear. It has been hypothesized that taping brings about subtle changes in the internal physiological environment of the joint. It could be expected that in normal joints taping would bring about a measurable change in function, as the joint is no longer operating in an optimal physiological environment...
December 2005: Journal of Electromyography and Kinesiology
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