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Bone Stress in Runners with Tibial Stress Fracture

Discussion in 'Biomechanics, Sports and Foot orthoses' started by NewsBot, Aug 9, 2015.

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    Bone Stress in Runners with Tibial Stress Fracture
    Stacey A. Meardonl, John D. Willson, Samantha R. Gries, Thomas W. Kernozek, Timothy R. Derrick
    Clinical Biomechanics; Article in Press
     
  2. I first lectured on this very same idea that medial tibial stress syndrome and medial tibial stress fracture are more likely due to bending of the tibia rather than traction of soft tissue structures on the tibia ten years ago at the 2005 Australian Conference of Science and Medicine in Sport in Melbourne, Australia in October 2005. Here is the lecture slide from my lecture on the etiology and biomechanics of medial tibial stress syndrome and medial tibial stress fracture.
     
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    Peak and Per-Step Tibial Bone Stress During Walking and Running in Female and Male Recreational Runners
    Stacey A. Meardon, PT, PhD, Timothy R. Derrick, PhD, John D. Willson, PT, PhD, ...
    The American Journal of Sports Medicine June 2, 2021
     
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