pronator

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pronator

[′prō‚nād·ər]
(physiology)
A muscle which pronates, as the muscles of the forearm attached to the ulna and radius.
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Normal pronators, who tend to have normal arches, can run in a wide variety of shoes, though larger runners may need well-cushioned shoes.
From clinical experience, we know that many abnormal pronators do not develop significant scoliotic curves (Cobb angle greater than 20 degrees).
Hypertonia was measured in nine muscle groups (shoulder internal rotators, elbow extensors, elbow flexors, pronators, supinators, wrist flexors, wrist extensors, digit flexors, digit extensors) with the Modified Ashworth Scale [23-24].
You'll be pleased to find that two different styles of cassettes are available-one for neutral to mild pronators and one for athletes who require more stability and control.