Sportphysio 2020; 08(02): 67-77
DOI: 10.1055/a-1130-9585

Optimale Knochenbelastung zur Prävention und Therapie von Stressfrakturen

Stuart J. Warden

Vor allem Läufer kennen das Problem: völlig unvermittelt bekommen sie Beschwerden, die so stark sind, dass sie nicht mehr weitermachen können. Im schlimmsten Fall leiden sie an den schmerzhaften Folgen einer Stressfraktur. Wer im Training die richtigen Reize setzt, kann das Risiko für derartige Verletzungen deutlich verringern.


Artikel online veröffentlicht:
08. Mai 2020

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