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The runner’s kidney
International Journal of Osteopathic Medicine
Kidney somatic dysfunction could be easily missed when treating a runner as pain in runners is usually biomechanical. In this case report, a 51-year-old woman with pain in her gluteus while running is presented. After treatment with physical therapy and structural osteopathic manipulation, there was no improvement. Once the key lesion — a second degree kidney ptosis — was found and treated, the patient could resume her training without any pain. (This is an abstract. To view full article, you will need to log in.)
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