Table 4

Kinematic changes in cutting after rehabilitation (n=112)

VariableStartEndInitial mean (SD)Discharge meanDirectionFindingEffect size
Thorax Angles Frontal (°)0100−0.91 (5.7)6.06 (6.6)Contralateral side flexionPost>Pre−0.79
Pelvis Angles Transverse(°)0100−0.135 (4.4)6.19 (4.6)Contralateral rotationPost>Pre−0.76
Pelvis Angles Frontal(°)010016.05 (1.8)19.48 (1.4)Contralateral side flexionPost>Pre−0.62
Ankle Angles Sagittal(°)97517.39 (8.2)22.11 (8.1)DorsiflexionPost>Pre−0.58
Thorax on Pelvis Angles Frontal(°)1610016.46 (4.3)12.34 (5.2)Ipsilateral side flexionPre>Post0.56
Thorax Angles Transverse(°)0100−6.02 (8.2)−1.25 (8.8)Ipsilateral rotationPost>Pre−0.54
Hip Angles Sagittal(°)010042.03 (14.5)36.59 (14.7)FlexionPre>Post0.51
Thorax on Pelvis Angles Transverse(°)0905.51 (4.0)8.23 (4)Ipsilateral rotationPost>Pre−0.46
Hip Angles Frontal(°)67100−19.91 (2.1)−17.64 (1.8)AbductionPre>Post−0.36
Knee Angles Sagittal(°)5710050.85 (11.4)47.76 (11.3)FlexionPre>Post0.33
COM to COP Sagittal (mm)441507 (12)527 (16)AnteriorPost>Pre−0.36
COM to COP Frontal (mm)095-58 (101)-108 (10)ContralateralPost>Pre0.40
Ground Contact Time (seconds)0.38 (0.06)0.36 (0.06)Pre>Post0.30
  • Start—% point in stance phase when difference started to occur; End—% point in stance phase when difference ended.

  • COM, centre of mass; COP,  centre of pressure.