The effect of unilateral cam femoroacetabular impingement on the three-dimensional kinematics of the pelvis and hip and the kinetics of the hip

Matthew J Kennedy
Cam femoroacetabular impingement (FAI) is caused by decreased concavity of the femoral head-neck junction which results in a jamming of the proximal femur into the acetabulum within normal range of motion (ROM). This condition is known to decrease hip ROM, and has been reported to cause hip pain in a variety of daily activities including sitting and walking, and activities requiring large hip mobility. It is important to determine the effect of cam FAI on...
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