Adultes with posterior tibial tendon dysfunction are needed for a research study


16592

Strength and Functional Measures in Patients with Posterior Tibial Tendon Dysfunction

Human Services

Hertel Jay,

The Exercise & Sport Injury Laboratory at the University of Virginia seeks men and women ages 30 to 75 diagnosed with posterior tibial tendon dysfunction for a research study. The purpose of the study is to measure ankle strength and function in people with posterior tibial tendon dysfunction. The study involves completing several questionnaires, and measures of foot and ankle alignment, function, and strength. One study visit to the Exercise and Sport Injury Laboratory is required, lasting approximately one hour and 30 minutes. Participants will be compensated $20 and receive parking validation for completion of one study visit. All study-related procedures are provided free of charge. For more information please contact: • Caitlyn Richbourg OR Exercise & Sport Injury Laboratory • Email: chr2yb@virginia.edu • Phone: (703) 909-4020 OR (434) 924-6184 • IRB-HSR: #16592 Principal Investigator: Jay Hertel, PhD, ATC


Adult

Ankle Study
Sports Medicine/ Athletic Injuries

Musculoskeletal/Sports Medicine

Ill

Participants will be compensated $20 for completion of one study visit.

Caitlyn Richbourg

chr2yb@virginia.edu

7039094020