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Fig. 4 | Journal of Foot and Ankle Research

Fig. 4

From: The influence of insoles with a peroneal pressure point on the electromyographic activity of tibialis anterior and peroneus longus during gait

Fig. 4

EMG and 95 % confidence intervals (shaded) averaged over all 34 participants for the tibialis anterior muscle (upper) and peroneus longus muscle (lower) of a participant. Dashed lines represent the control insole and solid lines represent the insole with sensorimotor element. Vertical lines indicate the evaluated interval as a percentage of the stance phase duration. The arrow indicates the additional activation peak

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