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Exercise-induced tendon and bone injury in recreational runners: A test-retest reliability study
JMIR research protocols
  • Renae Domaschenz, Australian Institute of Sport
  • Nicole Vlahovich, Australian Institute of Sport
  • Justin Keogh, Bond University
  • Stacey Compton, Australian Institute of Sport
  • David Hughes, Australian Institute of Sport
Date of this Version
1-1-2015
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Journal Article
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Domaschenz, R., Vlahovich, N., Keogh, J, Compton, S. , Hughes, D.C. (2015,in press). Exercise-induced tendon and bone injury in recreational runners: A test-retest reliability study. JIMR research protocols. 4(4), 1-11.

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Abstract

Extract: Long-distance runners are prone to injuries including Achilles tendinopathy and medial tibial stress syndrome. We have developed an Internet comprehensive self-report questionnaire examining the medical history, injury history, and running habits of adult recreational runners.

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Renae Domaschenz, Nicole Vlahovich, Justin Keogh, Stacey Compton, et al.. "Exercise-induced tendon and bone injury in recreational runners: A test-retest reliability study" JMIR research protocols (2015) p. 1 - 11 ISSN: 1929-0748
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/justin_keogh/80/