Performance-Based Outcomes After Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction in Professional Athletes Differ Between Sports.

Athletes undergo anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction (ACLR) and subsequent rehabilitation with the goal of returning to full function afterward. While excellent outcomes have been previously reported after ACLR inprofessional athletes of individual sports, it is unknown how these differ across sports. Furthermore, because of the high level of performance that is required to return to […]

How do running mechanics change with fatigue?

Injury risk during running is associated with high-weekly training distance as well as lack of running experience, putting both competitive long-distance runners and novice runners at risk of developing overuse injuries. The development of overuse injuries has been associated with kinematic variables of all lower limb joints. Some of these variables, such as increased ankle […]

Stress fractures in Royal Marines training

Though the incidence of stress fractures in the military is almost half of that of elite athletes (12% vs 21%), recruits who sustain stress fractures are four times more likely to be discharged from training programs and are at a higher risk for sustaining a subsequent stress fracture. Rehabilitation from stress fractures requires personnel and […]