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Irradiation, Concurrent Activation Potentiation, and the Feet
by Carson Boddicker on Apr 14th, 2010
Yesterday it was made apparent that the feet are rife with afferent neurons that detect and report magnitudes and rates of loading, joint kinematics, and pressure distribution on the plantar surface of the foot. Also, I said that they are in such a high concentration for a reason. That reason will be expounded upon today. Recall that these afferent cells are important for the maintenance of posture, detect aberrant movement during the stri...