BRINGING SCIENCE TO TREATMENT

Flexibility

Demands of Sport: Part V – Braking new ground

in Agility, Flexibility, Improve, Pre-hab and post-surgical rehab, Prevent, Speed development, Strength, Tools and technology

The role of deceleration on injury etiology and prevention continues to gather the attention of sports medicine practitioners. Understanding the deceleration demands of sport is essential in ensuring optimal prevention and rehabilitation of injuries. Helen Bayne uncovers the assessment of deceleration and provides practical tools for practitioners to improve the management of athletes. Deceleration is... MORE

Slowing down to speed up – restoring strength with...

in Agility, Flexibility, Improve, Power development, Pre-hab and post-surgical rehab, Prevent, Proprioception and balance, Speed development, Strength

Both isometric and eccentric training is vital for musculotendinous injury rehabilitation. However, practical recommendation on combining these two modes of resistance training into the rehabilitation program is lacking. Danny Lum discusses the adaptations to these modes of resistance training and how practitioners can include them in athlete rehabilitation. The increase in sports participation and higher... MORE

Prevention and Rehabilitation: Rowing

in Acute injuries, Diagnose & Treat, Flexibility, Improve, Joint injuries, Musculoskeletal injuries, Overuse injuries, Power development, Prevent, Speed development, Strength

Chris Mallac looks at the most typical injuries in this popular Olympic sport. Rowing is a strenuous sport that has huge worldwide appeal. Olympic gold medal winners will have instant household fame. Rowers race against each other in boats, either on lakes, specifically designed rowing regatta courses, rivers, and open ocean (surf boat rowing). Boats... MORE

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