عنوان مقاله [English]
Background and Aim: Shin splint is one of the common injuries in most athletes. The purpose of the present study was to compare the effect of playing surface on the Medial tibia stress syndrome in male professionals and its relationship with foot posture.
Materials and Methods: A total of 90 male professional players of futsal, soccer, and beach soccer participated in three groups of 30. We used the shine spilint questionnaire to compare the spread of Medial tibia stress syndrome among these participants. Also, we used foot posture index to assess the feet location in athletes with Medial tibial stress syndrome.
Results: The results showed the sptread of Medial tibia stress syndrome in male professional futsal, soccer, and beach soccer players is %24.4. Also, the results showed significant differences in the prevalnce of this syndrome among these three sports (p≤/05). The prevalence rate of this syndrome in futsal players (%12.2) is the highest among these three sports and then come soccer (%8.9) and next beach soccer (%3.3) (p=0/00). Also, the results revealed a significant relationship between foot pronation and Medial tibia stress syndrome (p≤/05), moreover the most common foot posture in players among these three sports was found to be pronation with %12.2 prevalence.
Conclusion: According to the resultes of the present survey, it can be stated that level and pronation are the main causes of Medial tibia stress syndrome, so we recommend that trainers consider using anti-pronation bands and special insoles to correct this disorder.
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