Tag Archives: BJSM

The risks of ionising radiation: three new studies and their impact on imaging in sports medicine ~ Jessica Orchard and John Orchard

In 2012, two major studies were published about the risks of ionising radiation from imaging. Pearce and colleagues’ study in … Continue reading →

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The Effect of Field Conditions and Shoe Type on Lower Extremity Injuries in American Football ~ Jingzhen (Ginger) Yang, PhD, MPH

American football has the highest rate of lower extremity injuries in comparison to all other team sports [1,2]. Lower extremity … Continue reading →

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Risk factors for hamstring muscle strain injury in sport…what’s the evidence? ~ Dr. Tania Pizzari

It is well recognised that hamstring strains are one of the most common –and impactful- injuries in sports, resulting in … Continue reading →

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Exercise training in children with asthma: avoid or encourage? ~ Maartje Willeboordse, MSc

A large amount of parents of children with exercise-related asthmatic complaints have doubts about the beneficial effects of exercise in … Continue reading →

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Injury prevention works – and improves functional balance! ~ Kathrin Steffen, PhD

To our knowledge, an international joint study recently published online by the BJSM is the first to show that a … Continue reading →

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