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Blake Inverted Orthotic and Iliotibial Band Syndrome

Discussion in 'Biomechanics, Sports and Foot orthoses' started by dougpotter, Sep 28, 2010.

  1. dougpotter

    dougpotter Active Member


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    Will Blake type orthotics contribute to Iliotibial Band Syndrome if a patient is predisposed to lateral knee pain?
     
  2. Re: Blake and ITBS

    Doug ITBFS is an intersting one - ie what we thought may not be what it is.

    Here´s an abstract of an intersting paper. Which may then answer your question.

     
  3. dougpotter

    dougpotter Active Member

    Re: Blake and ITBS

    Whoah, great article sir. I knew p.t.'s were looking more at the hip and this article offers a good understanding. I know it's a like like plantar fasciitis-type injuries in-as-much as it can hang on, and on ... .
     
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