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The Foot and Ankle at Risk of Injury in Tennis Players

  • Luca Avagnina
Chapter

Abstract

“Rehabilitation of foot and ankle injuries including orthotic management for the prevention and treatment of the lower extremity injuries in tennis players”

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Biomechanical and Postural CenterFoot and Ankle Sport ClinicSan RemoItaly

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