Biomechanics of femoral neck fractures in runners

iStockphoto.com 612848282 Factors related to joint loading during running contribute to the development of stress fractures in the femoral neck and other lower extremity structures. Research suggests these loading parameters can be reduced by altering running foot strike pattern, stride length, speed, and step rate. By Mark Riebel, PT, DSc, OCS, SCS Running is currently one of the most popular competitive and recreational activities in the world

iStockphoto.com 612848282 Factors related to joint loading during running contribute to the development of stress fractures in the femoral neck and other lower extremity structures. Research suggests these loading parameters can be reduced by altering running foot strike pattern, stride length, speed, and step rate. By Mark Riebel, PT, DSc, OCS, SCS Running is currently one of the most popular competitive and recreational activities in the world

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Biomechanics of femoral neck fractures in runners