Zusammenhang zwischen einseitiger Beckenfehlstellung und funktionell bedingten Knieschmerzen amBeispiel des Langstreckenlaufs

Translated title of the contribution: Relation between pelvis malposition and functional knee pain by long distance running

J. Siegele, T. Horstmann, V. Bunc, P. Shifta, S. Verle, A. Nie

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Abstract

Purpose: During endurance run knee problems often appear. This study wants to show the connection between a one- sided malposition of the pelvis and knee joint pain during endurance running. Method: We tested endurance runners which had pelvis malposition and knee ain. Therefore 100 athletes were tested, 50 with knee pain and 50 without knee pain. Manual examination and clinical instruments were used for examination of sacroiliac joints for measurement of vertical distances between spinae iliacae anteriores superiores. Collected data were analyzed by appropriate statistical methods. Results: The results show that there is a connection between a one- sided pelvic malposition and knee pain during enduranece running. These relations are probably realized by changes in lower extremity dysfunction as a result of pathological chains. The one sided pelvis malposition was in the control group significant higher (0.9 0.4 cm) than in the control group (0.3 0.2 cm). Conclusion: There is a correlation between knee pain and os coxae malposition. (It is necessary in examine and treat the the cause- and effect chain to prevent injuries).

Translated title of the contributionRelation between pelvis malposition and functional knee pain by long distance running
Original languageGerman
Pages (from-to)144-149
Number of pages6
JournalSportverletzung Sportschaden : Organ der Gesellschaft für Orthopädisch-Traumatologische Sportmedizin
Volume24
Issue number3
DOIs
StatePublished - 2010

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