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Peak and Per-Step Tibial Bone Stress During Walking and Running in Female and Male Recreational Runners

In both men and women, the tibia is one of the most common sites of a bone stress injury (BSI). Women experience higher incidence of BSIs. Patients are at a heightened risk for

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Comparison of Botulinum Toxin A, Corticosteroid, and Anesthetic Injection for Plantar Fasciitis

Plantar fasciitis is diagnosed in approximately 80% of patients with heel pain. It is triggered by collagen degeneration at the calcaneal origin of the plantar fascia attributed

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Feasibility and preliminary effect of anabolic steroids in addition to strength training and nutritional supplement in rehabilitation of patients with hip fracture: a randomized controlled pilot trial (HIPSAP1 trial).

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Hip fracture results in large strength deficits, causing loss of function, disability and further falls. As such, a hipfracture often leads to the loss of independence, more

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Changes in countermovement jump performance and subjective readiness-to-train scores following a simulated soccer match

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There is a complex relationship between training loads, adaptations to training and injury. While systematic exposure to high training loads protects against injury and improves

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Lower step rate is associated with a higher risk of bone stress injury: a prospective study of collegiate cross country runners.

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Bone stress injuries (BSIs) are very common among collegiate cross country runners, occurring at a rate of 16 and 29 BSI per 100 000 athletic exposures for men and women,

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