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Qualitative Analysis of Pressure Intensity and Center of Pressure Trajectory According to Shoe Type
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Qualitative Analysis of Pressure Intensity and Center of Pressure Trajectory According to Shoe Type
Yi, Kyung-Ock;
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 Abstract
The purpose of this study was to qualitatively analyze pressure intensity and the center of pressure(COP) trajectory according to shoe type. Subjects were ten first-year female university students. The EMED-AT 25/D(Novel, Germany) was used to measure pressure intensity and COP trajectory. The COP Excursion Index(CPEI) was used for within subject test design. Independent variables were bare feet and six types of shoes. Dependent variables were center of pressure trajectory and pressure intensity. Barefeet and five toed shoes had a similar pressure intensity and COP trajectory. COP trajectory for all other shoe types showed a medial wobble at the heel. Pressure intensity for all other shoe types was related to the structure of the shoes. In conclusion, different shoe types can not only affect gait, but they can also influence foot deformities, pain, and dysfunction.
 Keywords
Center of Pressure Trajectory;Pressure Intensity;Shoe type;Bare Foot;
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English
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