S112| Volume 24, SUPPLEMENT 1, S17, November 2021

Electromyography recordings of the tensor fascia latae muscle during dynamic tasks: A comparison of surface and fine-wire electrodes

      Introduction: The tensor fascia latae (TFL) is a small fusiform muscle that is active during flexion, abduction, and internal rotation of the hip. Surface electrodes are commonly used to record electromyography (EMG) from the TFL. Surface electrodes are susceptible to crosstalk from surrounding muscles. This study aimed to compare the patterns of TFL EMG recorded using surface and fine-wire methods during dynamic tasks.
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