S64| Volume 24, SUPPLEMENT 1, S7, November 2021

Acute effects of gait interventions on tibial stress during running: A systematic review and meta-analysis

      Introduction: High running volumes are a risk factor for sustaining tibial stress injuries. Changing running technique and/or equipment can alter the load and stress placed on the tibia. The ability of interventions to modify tibial stress during running are yet to be synthesised and evaluated. We systematically reviewed the effect of technique and footwear interventions on tibial stress during running.
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