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Strength Cond J. 2011 Jun 1;33(3):21-35.

Real-time assessment and neuromuscular training feedback techniques to prevent ACL injury in female athletes.

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  • 1Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati, Ohio.

Abstract

Some athletes may be more susceptible to at-risk knee positions during sports activities, but the underlying causes are not clearly defined. This manuscripts synthesizes in vivo, in vitro and in-silica (computer simulated) data to delineate likely risk factors to the mechanism(s) of non-contact ACL injuries. From these identified risk factors, we will discuss newly developed real-time screening techniques that can be used in training sessions to identify modifiable risk factors. Techniques provided will target and correct altered mechanics which may reduce or eliminate risk factors and aid in the prevention of non-contact ACL injuries in high risk athletes.

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PMC3105897
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