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Running Injuries

Michael Carmont, FRCS(Tr&Orth), UNITED KINGDOM Gabriel Agar, MD, ISRAEL Francesco M. Benazzo, MD, Prof., ITALY Stephane Bermon, MD, PhD, MONACO

Symposium   2013   Not yet rated


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Running is probably the most accessible form of exercise from competing elite athletes to those hoping to lose a few pounds. Injuries can be both a major set back for those in training and preparation and a chronic irritation in those exercising for fitness. In this symposium we discuss common injuries in the running population: Achilles tendon rupture, tendinopathy, ITB syndrome and the management of early OA. We propose options for management and resumption of running for both performance and health.