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Muscle contributions to medial and lateral tibiofemoral compressive loads during sidestep cutting

Optimal function of the knee (tibiofemoral) joint is fundamental for performing the most basic activities of everyday living. Tibiofemoral compressive forces are largely produced

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A hierarchical cluster analysis to determine whether injured runners exhibit similar kinematic gait patterns

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It is estimated that 50% of runners experience a running-related injuries (RRI) annually. With such a high injuryrate, the problem has received much attention to determine injury

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Machine learning analyses can be of interest to estimate the risk of injury in sports injury and rehabilitation

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Machine learning (ML) is a relatively new research method in the field of sports science and medicine. ML was utilised to estimate risk of sports injury, with a clear perspective

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Loading mechanisms of the anterior cruciate ligament

Non-contact anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injuries account for nearly 80% of all ACL injuries. For many decades, research has focused on trying to understand the risk factors

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Prevalence of early hip OA features on MRI in high-impact athletes. The femoroacetabular impingement and hip osteoarthritis cohort (FORCe) study.

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Repetitive high-impact physical activity (such as football) might increase the risk for hip osteoarthritis (OA). Once established, the radiological joint changes seen in OA are

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