Do you practice running as a leisure activity?

Do you practice running as a leisure activity?

Do you want to increase your amount of running per week with a 12-week customized running program? We are currently recruiting recreational runners age 40 years and older. Click here to learn more!

Can changes to walking be learned?

Can changes to walking be learned?

Participate in our study involving a 6-week supervised walking program! Check our Current Studies page for more details!

Shoe-worn insoles and Knee Osteoarthritis

Shoe-worn insoles and Knee Osteoarthritis

Currently seeking volunteers for our study of custom shoe-worn insoles and knee osteoarthritis. At study completion, your custom-fitted orthotic insoles are yours to keep! Check out our Current Studies page for more details.

Combined effects of conservative treatments for knee osteoarthritis

Combined effects of conservative treatments for knee osteoarthritis

We are currently recruiting individuals with knee osteoarthritis for a study of the combined effects of gait modification and lateral-wedge insoles as treatments for knee osteoarthritis.

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Thanks to our volunteers!

Thanks to our study volunteers for the countless steps they put towards our research of conservative treatments for knee osteoarthritis!

Do you have high arched feet?

Do you have high arched feet?

The MABLab is currently recruiting healthy individuals between 19 – 40 years of age for a study investigating the effects of orthotic insoles on walking biomechanics. See Current Studies for more information.

Participants wanted: Knee osteoarthritis walking program

Participants wanted: Knee osteoarthritis walking program

The MABLab is currently recruiting for a study investigating the effectiveness of two walking programs in those with knee osteoarthritis. See Current Studies for more info.

How does running affect knee cartilage?

How does running affect knee cartilage?

If you are a female runner aged 40+ you may be eligible for our MRI study of how running affects knee cartilage. Check our Current Studies page for more details!