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Can anyone reccommend important papers on ankle equinus ? Also I need papers on dynamic vs static stretching. Any help greatfully recieved.

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Dananberg, HJ, Shearstone, J, Guiliano, M “Manipulation Method for the Treatment of Ankle Equinus, “ Journal of the American Podiatric Medical Association, 90:8 September, 2000 pp 385-389
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Default Re: Papers on ankle equinus, static and dynamic stretching

You could do worse than start here:

http://sportsmedresearch.blogspot.co...earn-what.html

or here

http://sportsmedresearch.blogspot.co...-which-is.html

hope this helps.
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