December 29th, 2017
Article published in International Journal of Sports Medicine, in the scope of Paulo Barreira´s PhD at Liverpool John Moores University.
Hamstring previous injury remains the strongest risk factor for (re) injury. Developing functional methods on a football club setup may help medical departments to quantify risk. This research, developed in a football club analysed differences in force production during non-motorized treadmill sprinting, among football players with and without history of previous hamstring injury, showing the necessity of developing further analysis methods to quantify injury risk though functional performance involving sprint actions.
To access the full article, just click the following link: Asymmetry after Hamstring Injury in English Premier League: Issue Resolved, Or Perhaps Not?