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Craig (2008), similarly found the use of "shock-absorbing" insoles as the only effective strategy for preventing medial tibial stress syndrome. Enke and Gallas (2012) focused on prevention and management of common running-related injuries and concluded that the knowledge in this area is very limited and recommended using individualized treatment instead of a generalized prevention program for now.
This study was excluded from our analysis, because only medial tibial stress syndrome incidence was tracked.
Medial tibial stress syndrome induced by methotrexate: a case report.
Medial tibial stress syndrome is characterized by the lower leg pain, in the middle or lower third of the medial edge of the shinbone with tenderness of this region over at least 5 cm [2].
Hargens, "The medial tibial stress syndrome. A cause of shin splints," The American Journal of Sports Medicine, vol.
(2008) Foot medial longitudinal-arch deformation during quiet standing and gait in subjects with medial tibial stress syndrome. The Journal of Foot and Ankle Surgery 47(2), 89-95.
Effects of prescribed foot orthoses on medial tibial stress syndrome in collegiate cross-country runners.
For patients with exercise-induced lower leg pain, the differential diagnosis includes: CECS, medial tibial stress syndrome (MTSS), fibular and tibial stress fractures, fascial defects, nerve entrapment syndromes, vascular claudication, and lumbar disc herniation (Table 1).
Intrinsic factors associated with medial tibial stress syndrome (MTSS) in athletes
Medial tibial stress syndrome (MTSS) is a frequent repetitive-stress injury of the lower extremity (Clement et al., 1981; Yates et al., 2003).
Medial tibial stress syndrome (MTSS) is the most frequently seen overuse injury in the lower leg in jumping and running athletes.
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