Podcast 126: Running, Athletes & MTSS (Medial Tibial Stress Syndrome)

Key tag words:
running, gait, injuries, achilles tendon, CRIPSR, swearing, limbic system, MTSS, stress fractures, tibial stress fracture, medial tibial stress syndrome, shoe drop, treadmill running, treadmills, barefoot, cortisone, cartilage loss, runners, marathons

Plus a plethora of other great running geeky stuff, clinical pearls, swearing, why not to use cortisone injections and more !

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Show Notes:

Implantable computer chips will control your body’s movement

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How Scientists Think CRISPR Will Change Medicine

'Exercise-in-a-pill' steps closer with new study

Swearing can boost muscle strength and stamina, scientists claim

MTTS: medial tibial stress syndrome

Corticosteriod coffin
Effect of Intra-articular Triamcinolone vs Saline on Knee Cartilage Volume and Pain in Patients With Knee OsteoarthritisA Randomized Clinical Trial

Timothy E. McAlindon, DM, MPH1; Michael P. LaValley, PhD2; William F. Harvey, MD1; et al



Achilles Tendon Load is Progressively Increased with Reductions in Walking Speed.

Shoe drop has opposite influence on running pattern when running overground or on a treadmill.   Nicolas Chambon et al