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Top 5 Fridays: 5 Bone Stress Injury Facts


I like to tell my patients that pain/injury happens when your training/activity exceeds your capacity. Could be physical or mental. Another way I've heard it is that there is a finite amount of load/stress any joint, bone or area of the body can take. These infographics and research reviews by Brad Beer area always helpful and informative. Below is a recent post of his on Bone Stress Injuries.
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[BONE STRESS INJURIES] 🦴 _ ☝🏻Bone stress injuries represent the inability of the bone to withstand repetitive mechanical loading, which results in structural fatigue and localised bone pain and soreness πŸ‘€ _ πŸ‘‰πŸ»Bone stress occurs along a continuum: normal bone strain > bone stress > stress reaction > stress fracture > frank fracture πŸ‘πŸ» _ πŸ‘‰πŸ»Bone stress injuries result from the imbalance between bone formations and the removal of load induced damage πŸ” _ ☝🏻The above are 5 BSI facts that give an insight into the magnitude of such injuries for runners (references available on request) πŸ“š _ πŸ‘‰πŸ»Excited to today be recording an Expert Edition of @physicalperformanceshow with @zerenpt on all things managing bone stress injuries 🧠 . . . . #physio #bonestress #sportsphysio #injury #rehabilitation #bonehealth #running #runner #run #marathontraining #runpainfree

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