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Treatment of Iliotibial Band Syndrome

Discussion in 'Biomechanics, Sports and Foot orthoses' started by NewsBot, Jul 19, 2010.

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    Iliotibial band syndrome: an examination of the evidence behind a number of treatment options
    E. C. Falvey, R. A. Clark, A. Franklyn-Miller, A. L. Bryant, C. Briggs, P. R. McCrory
    Scandinavian Journal of Medicine & Science in Sports
    Volume 20 Issue 4, Pages 580 - 587

     
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    Just picked up this pearl:
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    Iliotibial Band Syndrome in Runners: A Systematic Review
    van der Worp, Maarten P.; van der Horst, Nick; de Wijer, Anton; Backx, Frank J.G.; Nijhuis-van der Sanden, Maria W.G.
    Sports Medicine: 1 November 2012 - Volume 42 - Issue 11 - pp 969-992
     
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    Differential diagnosis and treatment of iliotibial band pain secondary to a hypomobile cuboid in a 24-year-old female tri-athlete
    Kristina Brandon ; Catherine Patla
    Journal of Manual & Manipulative Therapy
     
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    TO COMPARE THE EFFECT OF CRYOTHERAPY WITH STRETCHING VERSUS TAPING WITH STRETCHING ON ILIOTIBIAL BAND FRICTION SYNDROME IN LONG DISTANCE RUNNERS
    MALI, SACHIN
    Thesis; Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences,Karnataka,Bangalore; 2013
     
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    A Review of Treatments for Iliotibial Band Syndrome in the Athletic Population
    Corey Beals and David Flanigan
    Journal of Sports Medicine; Volume 2013, Article ID 367169, 6 pages
     
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    Etiology, Treatment, and Prevention of ITB Syndrome: A Literature Review
    Samuel Saikia, Rodger Tepe
    Topics in Integrative Health Care 2013, Vol. 4(3) ID: 4.3004
     
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    Effect of Running Retraining on Pain, Function and Lower Extremity Biomechanics in a Female Runner With Iliotibial Band Syndrome
    Lindsay Hunter, Quinette Abigail Louw, and Sjan-Mari van Niekerk
    JSR In Press
     
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    Effect of Running Retraining on Pain, Function, and Lower-Extremity Biomechanics in a Female Runner With Iliotibial Band Syndrome
    Lindsay Hunter, Quinette Abigail Louw, Sjan-Mari van Niekerk
    JSR Volume 23, Issue 2, May 2014, 23, 145 – 157
     
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    TREATMENT OF DISTAL ILIOTIBIAL BAND SYNDROME IN A LONG DISTANCE RUNNER WITH GAIT RE-TRAINING EMPHASIZING STEP RATE MANIPULATION.
    Allen DJ.
    Int J Sports Phys Ther. 2014 Apr;9(2):222-231.
     
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    The state of current knowledge regarding evidence-based conservative management of iliotibial band syndrome: A systematic review
    Kelly Jayne Harris
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    O COMPARE THE EFFECT OF CRYOTHERAPY WITH STRETCHING VERSUS TAPING WITH STRETCHING ON ILIOTIBIAL BAND FRICTION SYNDROME IN LONG DISTANCE RUNNERS
    Shivananda S, Bharath Raju G, R. Raja, I. Suresh, A. C. Vinod Kumar, Ravish V. N, Sumanth .B, Sachin Mali
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    This clinical trial was just registered:

    Evaluation of Treatment Factors in the Management of Chronic Iliotibial Band Syndrome in Female Distance Runners
     
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    EFFECT OF HIP ABDUCTOR STRENGTHENING AMONG NON-PROFESSIONAL CYCLISTS WITH ILIOTIBIAL BAND FRICTION SYNDROME.
    Jayanta Nath
    Int J Physiother Res 2015;3(1):894-904. DOI: 10.16965/ijpr.2015.105
     
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    Radial extracorporeal shockwave therapy compared with manual therapy in runners with iliotibial band syndrome
    Weckström, Kristoffer | Söderström, Johan
    Journal of Back and Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation, vol. Preprint, no. Preprint, 2015, pp. 1-10
     
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    This patent was just granted:
    METHOD AND DEVICE FOR THERAPEUTIC TREATMENT OF ILIOTIBIAL BAND SYNDROME, MYOFASCIAL AND MUSCULOSKELETAL DYSFUNCTIONS
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    Running from Iliotibial Band Syndrome: A Guide for Preventing Overuse Injuries
    Codi A. Ramsey
    Strategies: A Journal for Physical and Sport Educators; Volume 29, Issue 2, 2016
     
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    Does altering running gait mechanics in addition to pelvic strengthening and stretching in serious runners decrease IT band friction (syndrome) and pain more than just pelvic strengthening and stretching alone?
    Todd Nickerson
    Thesis; 2016
     
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    The Relationship Between Hip Kinematics and Iliotibial Band Syndrome (ITBS) in Long Distance Runners: A Critically Appraised Topic
    IJATT Volume 21, Issue 4, July
     
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    Evaluation of outcomes in assessment of iliotibial band syndrome rehabilitation programs SieunNarine-McKay, Janine
    Thesis University of British Columbia 2016
     
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    Iliotibial Band Impingement Syndrome: An Evidence-Informed Clinical Paradigm Change
    Paul R. Geisler, Todd Lazenby
    International Journal of Athletic Therapy and Training
     
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    The Effects of Electroacupuncture with Direct Current on Iliotibial Band Syndrome
    Wong Yiu Ming.
    Medical Acupuncture. January 2017
     
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    Outcome of Low-Invasive Local Split-Thickness Lengthening for Iliotibial Band Friction Syndrome
    Hiroaki Inoue et al
    Int J Sports Med
     
  31. ITBFS is a myth according to some research. I posted that in that myth thread years ago
     
  32. There you go
    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2100245/


    The functional anatomy of the iliotibial band during flexion and extension of the knee: implications for understanding iliotibial band syndrome

    John Fairclough, Koji Hayashi, [...], and Mike Benjamin
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    Iliotibial band (ITB) syndrome is a common overuse injury in runners and cyclists. It is regarded as a friction syndrome where the ITB rubs against (and ‘rolls over’) the lateral femoral epicondyle. Here, we re-evaluate the clinical anatomy of the region to challenge the view that the ITB moves antero-posteriorly over the epicondyle. Gross anatomical and microscopical studies were conducted on the distal portion of the ITB in 15 cadavers. This was complemented by magnetic resonance (MR) imaging of six asymptomatic volunteers and studies of two athletes with acute ITB syndrome. In all cadavers, the ITB was anchored to the distal femur by fibrous strands, associated with a layer of richly innervated and vascularized fat. In no cadaver, volunteer or patient was a bursa seen. The MR scans showed that the ITB was compressed against the epicondyle at 30° of knee flexion as a consequence of tibial internal rotation, but moved laterally in extension. MR signal changes in the patients with ITB syndrome were present in the region occupied by fat, deep to the ITB. The ITB is prevented from rolling over the epicondyle by its femoral anchorage and because it is a part of the fascia lata. We suggest that it creates the illusion of movement, because of changing tension in its anterior and posterior fibres during knee flexion. Thus, on anatomical grounds, ITB overuse injuries may be more likely to be associated with fat compression beneath the tract, rather than with repetitive friction as the knee flexes and extends.

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    Proximal Iliotibial Band Syndrome - A Recently
    Described Disease

    MOJ Orthopedics & Rheumatology
     
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    Reduction of Foot Overpronation to Improve Iliotibial Band Syndrome in
    Runners: A Case Series

    Dodelien et al
    Clin Res Foot Ankle 2018, 6:2
     
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