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Lower Extremity Stress fractures in Female athletes: A clinical Review. Brandon Mitchell, ATC Stony Brook university sports medicine. Learning opportunities. Review onset and diagnosis Risk factures associated with stress fractures Meanings for clinicians. Incidence of occurrence .
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Brandon Mitchell, ATC
Stony Brook university sports medicine
24% occurred in 1st 3 wks Military training
76% occurred weeks 4-9 Military training
Clinical Corrections: Clinical Corrections:
Neutral Shoe Overpronator Shoe (stability)
Low leg stretching Arch Supports
Maintain foot & ankle motion Orthotics
Wolman, pg 1015
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