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    • BIOMECHANICAL APPLICATIONS IN SHOE TECHNOLOGIES One Step Into A Stronger Body
      • Our Mission:Promoting health and mobility through biomechanical research and education
    • BIOMECHANICS?
      • Biomechanic is literally the mechanics of biological organisms.It is the science that describes and predicts the motions of living bodies.
      • Sport bioemechanis is a subarea of bioengineering that analysises the relationship between the muscle-skeleton system of human body and other structures that body related with.
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    • Lower Leg Anatomy
      • There are 3 several parts of the lower leg being researched in biomechanics.
      • ANKLE
      • FOOT
      • KNEE
    • ANKLE
      • The ankle joint is made up of 3 bones that touch with each other. The tibia, fibula, and talus. Along with bones, anatomy also includes the ligament.Ligaments are most commonly injured during an ankle sprain.
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    • FOOT
      • The foot is made up of many different bones but there are some areas in foot which are commonly injured;
      • Toes
      • Matatarsals
      • Tendonitis
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    • Knee
      • Your knee is a hinge type joint that allows for the movements. There are four major ligaments in your knee.
      • MCL
      • LCL
      • ACL
      • PCL
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      • MOST COMMON SPORT INJURIES
              • Hamstring Strain
    • Sprained Ankle
    • Meniscus Tear
    • Anterior Cruciate Ligament
    • Hernia
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      • ONE SMALL STEP,SEVERAL MAJOR BENEFITS
    • BIOMECHANICAL SHOES
      • Biomechanical shoes combine extra width and extra depth with good biomechanical function.
    • EASY TONE
    • RUN TONE
    • TRAIN TONE
    • MBT
    • T-MAC 4
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      • Our aim is creating a sport shoe that decreases the possibility of some injuries and also increases the efficiency of the traning.
    • 3 Major Steps
      • Testing
      • Understanding forces
      • Designing
    • Pedobarografy
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    • Balance Pods
    • Balance Pods Ankle Barrier