Normalization influences knee abduction moment results: Could it influence ACL-injury research, too? Response to Letter to the Editor by Dr. Timothy E. Hewett

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Normalization influences knee abduction moment results: Could it influence ACL-injury research, too? Response to Letter to the Editor by Dr. Timothy E. Hewett

Thank you for the opportunity to respond to Dr. Timothy E. Hewett’s Letter to the Editor1 concerning our 2017 study entitled “Normalization influences knee abduction moment results: Could it influence ACL-injury research, too?”.2 While I was not surprised that the findings of our investigation would precipitate a response, I was discouraged to see: 1) a lack of any evidence-based rationale; 2) a misleading characterization of his 2005 study3 that implied that our call to confirm that his prospective findings would be the same using normalized kinetic data was not warranted; and 3) ambiguity with respect to Dr.

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