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Kettlebell swing targets semitendinosus and supine leg curl targets biceps femoris: an EMG study with rehabilitation implications.
The medial hamstring muscle has the potential to prevent excessive dynamic valgus and external rotation of the knee joint during sports. Thus, specific training targeting the medial hamstring muscle seems important to avoid knee injuries. The aim was to investigate the medial and lateral hamstring m...
Injuries in judo: a systematic literature review including suggestions for prevention.
There is limited knowledge on epidemiological injury data in judo. To systematically review scientific literature on the frequency and characteristics of injuries in judo. The available literature up to June 2013 was searched for prospective as well as retrospective studies on injuries in judo. Data...
The profile of patients attending national health service sport and exercise medicine clinics: a questionnaire based survey.
We investigated National Health Service (NHS) SEM patient sociodemographics, exercise participation, injuries and management in order to assess clinic accessibility and inform the development of services and SEM specialist training to better meet patient demands. This was a longitudinal observationa...
Lower extremity performance following ACL rehabilitation in the KANON-trial: impact of reconstruction and predictive value at 2 and 5 years.
The additional effect of anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) reconstruction on muscle strength and physical performance after a structured exercise programme is not well understood. To investigate and compare muscle strength and physical performance test results after a structured exercise programme, i...
Seeing you through London 2012: eye care at the Paralympics.
We feel we provided the highest level of eye care, providing a legacy for future Games....
'Organised crime and drugs in sport': did they teach us about that in medical school?
Assessment of postural stability in subjects with lumbar disc herniation.
Chronic spinal disc disease leads to disorders in postural movement coordination and deteriorates postural stability.(1) Recent studies suggest that subjects with lumbar disc herniation (LDH) develop visual compensation mechanisms for underlying sensory-motor deficits. In subjects with unilateral di...
Is that possible to restore pre-injury physical activity level after one-stage articular cartilage and anterior cruciate ligament reconstruc...
Our study shows that intact articular cartilage during ACL reconstruction gives more favourable IKDC subjective scores compared to any other articular cartilage surgery types. However, if you have an articular defect, there are significantly better subjective IKDC scores for OAT versus microfracture...
Biologic reactions at acl graft insertion sites measured by 99mtc-hdp-spect/ct tracer uptake.
Not much is known about biologic reactions at ACL graft insertion sites. SPECT/CT is a hybrid imaging modality, which combines a 3D single photon emission computed tomography and a conventional computerized tomography. It allows accurate anatomical localization of metabolic tracer activity and allow...
Cfd analysis of the body position during the gliding in swimming.
The swimmer's body position after immersion determines the success of the start rather than his/her starting body position in the block or during the fly.(1) There are swimmers gliding in a lateral position whereas others prefer a prone one. Moreover, during this phase, swimmers may alter their body...