Creaby, M. W & Smith, MM. (2016). Retraining running gait to reduce tibial loads with clinician or accelerometry guided feedback. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport,19(4), 288-292. Australia: Elsevier Australia. Retrieved from https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jsams.2015.05.003
Reducing tibial acceleration through gait retraining is thought to reduce the risk of stress fracture development, however current approaches require the use of advanced accelerometry equipment not readily available in the clinical setting. The aim was to compare the effect of clinician guided feedback with accelerometry guided feedback on peak tibial accelerations during running.
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