Hannah Shore

Hannah Shore
Silentnight Group · New Product Development

BSc (Hons) Sports Science, MSc Sports Biomechanics

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15 Research Items
171 Citations
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Introduction
Additional affiliations
September 2017 - present
University of Central Lancashire
Position
  • KTP Associate for Silentnight
Education
September 2015 - December 2016
University of Central Lancashire
Field of study
  • Sports Biomechanics
September 2011 - August 2015
University of Central Lancashire
Field of study
  • Sports Science

Publications

Publications (21)
Research
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This report highlights the successes of the Allied Health Research Unit in 2018-2019 including current projects and publications, through to future developments.
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Introduction There is limited evidence to suggest that a ‘one-size fits all’ mattress provides the appropriate support in individuals with diverse body shapes, a greater understanding of how different mattresses affect the human body is required. By having a more objective approach to choosing a mattress, individuals may improve quality of sleep....
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Clinical assessment and management of musculoskeletal conditions of different joints may be broken down into considerations of Pain, Alignment, Strength and Stability (PASS). In recent years these factors have allowed a systematic approach and has enabled the development in our understanding of clinical subgroups, which enable targeted or stratifie...
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Background Humans spend around a third of a lifetime in bed[1]. Sleep disturbance is becoming increasingly recognised as a clinically important symptom in people with chronic low back pain[2]. There are a variety of mechanisms that reduce back pain and improve quality of sleep by decreasing spinal muscle activity, improved spinal alignment, and red...
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Background: The current investigation aimed to investigate the effects of an intervention using knee bracing on pain symptoms and patellofemoral loading in male and female recreational athletes. Methods: Twenty participants (11 males & 9 females) with patellofemoral pain were provided with a knee brace which they wore for a period of 2weeks. Low...
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The aim of the current study was to explore the effects of minimalist, maximalist and energy return footwear of equal mass on economy and substrate utilization during steady state running. Ten male runners completed 6-min steady state runs in minimalist, maximalist and energy return footwear. The mass of the footwear was controlled by adding lead t...
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The current study aimed to comparatively examine the effects of minimalist, maximalist and conventional footwear on the loads experienced by the patellofemoral joint during running. Twenty male participants ran over a force platform at 4.0 m.s-1. Lower limb kinematics were collected using an 8 camera motion capture system allowing patellofemoral ki...
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Minimalist footwear has been the subject of much attention in footwear research. More recently, maximalist footwear, which feature an oversized midsole have been developed. The aim of the current investigation was to compare the kinetics and kinematics of running in minimalist, maximalist and conventional footwear. Twelve male runners ran over an e...
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The Foot and Ankle Online Journal 8 (4): 5 The current investigation aimed to investigate the influence of semi-custom orthoses on multi-segment foot kinematics and plantar fascia strain in recreational runners. Fifteen male runners ran at 4.0 m.s-1 with and without orthotics. Multi-segment foot kinematics and plantar fascia strain were obtained us...
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The current investigation aimed to comparatively examine the effects of minimalist, maximalist and conventional footwear on Achilles tendon forces (ATF) during running. Twelve male runners (age 23.11±5.01 years, height 1.78±0.10 cm and body mass 77.13±7.89 kg) ran at 4.0 m/s in the three footwear conditions. ATF’s were calculated using Opensim soft...
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The aim of the current investigation was to examine the effects of cooled footwear on the kinetics and kinematics of running in comparison to footwear at normal temperature. Twelve participants ran at 4.0m.s-1 ±5% in both cooled and normal temperature footwear conditions over a force platform. Two identical footwear were worn one of which was coole...
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Background: Kicking actions have been implicated in the aetiology of soccer injuries, and the unilateral nature of kicking may influence this. The aim of the current investigation was to determine whether soccer players exhibit bilateral differences in support limb patellar tendon loads. Material/Methods: Fifteen male soccer players were examined w...

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Projects (2)
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This collection of work explores the biomechanics of foot orthoses
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This collection of work explores the conservative treatment options for Patellofemoral Pain