Compare biomechanical foot factors, activity level, satisfaction with participation in social roles, and self-related level of activity between sedentary and non-sedentary adults
1. Step count will positively correlate with: Medial longitudinal arch (MLA) recoil, intrinsic and extrinsic muscle strength, muscle CSA, neutral foot posture, satisfaction with participation in social roles, and self-efficacy
2. Step count will negatively correlate with: Plantar fascia thickness. self-reported pain interference, and BMI.
Jones, Sarah; McConaughey, Amanda; Milliken, Kelly; Wallace, Lindsey; Yamamura, Beau; Hutchison, Marcey Keefer; Houck, Jeffrey; and Dobler, Rebecca, "Biomechanical Foot Factors, Social Participation, and Self-Participation in Sedentary Versus Non-Sedentary Adults (Poster)" (2022). Faculty Publications - College of Physical Therapy. 137.