S131| Volume 24, SUPPLEMENT 1, S20, November 2021

Sex differences in knee-related symptoms, psychological factors and quality of life in runners who have had knee surgery

      Introduction: Many people who sustain a knee injury and undergo surgery choose to continue or start running. Previous reports indicate that women have worse patient-reported outcomes than men following knee surgery. However, little is known about sex differences in patient-reported outcomes for people who have chosen to participate in running post knee surgery. We aimed to compare self-reported knee-related symptoms, psychological factors and quality of life between women and men running athletes with a history of knee surgery.
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