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Muscle activation in medial tibial stress syndrome

Discussion in 'Biomechanics, Sports and Foot orthoses' started by NewsBot, Apr 23, 2015.

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    Muscle activation of plantar flexors in response to different strike patterns during barefoot and shod running in medial tibial stress syndrome
    Byungjoo Noh, Takeo Ishii, Akihiko Masunari, Yuhei Harad, Shumpei Miyakaw
    The Journal of Physical Fitness and Sports Medicine; Vol. 4 (2015) No. 1 p. 133-141
     
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    Ankle and toe muscle strength characteristics in runners with a history of medial tibial stress syndrome
    Junya Saeki, Masatoshi Nakamura, Sayaka Nakao, Kosuke Fujita, Ko Yanase, Katsuyuki Morishita and Noriaki Ichihashi
    Journal of Foot and Ankle Research201710:16
     
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    Is high soleus muscle activity during the stance phase of the running cycle a potential risk factor for the development of medial tibial stress syndrome? A prospective study
    Aynollah Naderi et al
    Journal of Sports Sciences : 02 Jul 2020
     
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