Posts Tagged ‘runners pugalgia’
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Hills, Hips, and Ankles–Runner’s Hernia Considerations
by Carson Boddicker on Oct 4th, 2010
Long ago in one of my first few newsletters, I wrote about how hills can reek havoc in poorly prepared athletes and may factor into the formation of sports hernia, athletic pubalgia, or runners hernia pathologies particularly looking at the hill's impacts on the mechanics around the lumbo-pelvic-hip complex. I've recently revisited this concept after having assessed a runner following a long bout of PT for sports hernia. This athlete had, on ...