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Effects of forefoot running on chronic exertional compartment syndrome

Discussion in 'Biomechanics, Sports and Foot orthoses' started by NewsBot, Dec 15, 2011.

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    Effects of forefoot running on chronic exertional compartment syndrome: a case series.
    Diebal AR, Gregory R, Alitz C, Gerber JP.
    Int J Sports Phys Ther. 2011 Dec;6(4):312-21.
     
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    Forefoot Running Improves Pain and Disability Associated With Chronic Exertional Compartment Syndrome
    Angela R. Diebal, Robert Gregory, Curtis Alitz, and J. Parry Gerber
    Am J Sports Med published 16 March 2012
     
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    FYI, I responded to a comment on the above study in the barefoot thread, cross posting it to this thread for completeness:
     
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    This study was just posted here:
    Of note in this study (despite the comments I made on it!) was this snippet:
    The decrease from 56.2 to 15 is a really big decrease in tibialis anterior activity! This adds to
    ..of the concept discused above.
     
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    Gait Re-training to Alleviate the Symptoms of Anterior Exertional Lower Leg Pain: A Case Series.
    Breen D, Foster J, Falvey E, Frandlyn-Miller A
    February 2015 IJSPT
     
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    The Effectiveness of a 6-Week Intervention Program Aimed at Modifying Running Style in Patients With Chronic Exertional Compartment Syndrome
    Results From a Series of Case Studies

    Pieter H. Helmhout, PhD, MSc; Angela R. Diebal, PT; Lisanne van der Kaaden, Chris C. Harts, Anthony Beutler, Wes O. Zimmermann
    Orthopaedic Journal of Sports Medicine March 2015 vol. 3 no. 3
     
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    Comparison of Running Mechanics in Healthy Runners versus Runners with Bilateral Compartment Syndrome
    Anna N. Brilliant et al
    Presented at the ACSM Annual Meeting; Boston 2016
     
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