shin splints

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shin splints

[′shin ‚splins]
(medicine)
An injury and an inflammation of the lower leg muscles and bones of the lower and middle third of the tibia and fibula, seen in athletes such as runners or basketball and football players.
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* evaluate how well your MTSS is working and determine how to make improvements
Our drivers have become behavioral intervention decision-makers along with other MTSS professionals.
For example, to rethink and design literacy instruction the UDCP program, we used an MTSS framework that aligned with the conceptualization of literacy found in the Common Core State Standards.
Because of missing clinical data, we were unable to classify 3 isolates as mTSS or nmTSS and could not ascertain the sex of 1 patient with nmTSS.
To the best of these authors' knowledge, this is the first study to describe the results of gait retrainin g for MTSS patients.
Obtaining MTSS knowledge and skills is challenging and has been widely explored in the MTSS literature (Bambara, Goh, Kern, & Caskie, 2012; Dulaney, Hallam, & Wall, 2013; Harlacher & Siler, 2011; Lohrmann, Martin, & Patil, 2013; Marrs & Little, 2014).
Diagnostic criteria for MTSS were based on the description by Yates and White that includes a pain history which is induced by exercise and lasts for a couple of hours to several days after exercise.
MTSS is a common injury affecting runners either separately or associated with different overuse injuries, and it is also common in other running sports.
The objective of the present case control study is to demonstrate the effectiveness of this therapy for MTSS.
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