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Medial tibial stress syndrome

Discussion in 'Introductions' started by mslemons, May 13, 2008.

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  1. mslemons

    mslemons Welcome New Poster


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    I AM LOOKING FOR KEVIN KIRBY'S POST ON MEDIAL TIBIAL STRESS SYNDROME: BIOMECHANICAL ETIOLOGY AND EFFECTIVE FOOT ORTHOSIS TREATMENT. CAN ANYONE DIRECT ME TO THE POST ON THE SITE.

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    MIKE
     
  2. Admin2

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    :welcome::welcome:

    On the right of each page is the box: "Finding your way around:"

    You can use the search to search for medial tibial stress syndrome

    You can browse the tags for medial tibial stress syndrome (Clicking on medial tibial stress syndrome, brings up these threads)

    You can search the tags, which brings up these threads

    You can click on Kevin Kirby's name under member list (top navigation bar) and click on "Find all posts by Kevin Kirby"

    Anyways, its this thread I assume you are after.
     
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