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Sex-Specific Differences in Running Injuries: A Systematic Review with Meta-Analysis and Meta-Regression (2021)

Hollander, K., Rahlf, A. L., Wilke, J., Edler, C., Steib, S., Junge, A., & Zech, A. (2021). Sex-specific differences in running injuries: A systematic review with meta-analysis and meta-regression. Sports Medicine, 51(5), 1011-1039.

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Running is a popular way to exercise but is associated with high injury rates. Male and female runners may have differences in the rate and type of running-related injuries. This systematic review with meta-analysis sought to determine these differen ...

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Population:

Adult

Discipline:

PT

Diagnosis:

Sports and Exercise