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Clinician-Friendly Physical Performance Tests for the Knee.
Harrison JJ, et al. J Athl Train 2017 - Review. PMID 29116831 Free PMC article.
Part 1: the tests for knee function including the hop tests. Br J Sports Med. 2015;49(10):642-648. CLINICAL QUESTION:   Do individual physical performance tests (PPTs) used as measures for lower extremity function have any relationship to injuries in athletes aged 12 years or older? ...No tests predicted knee injury in athletes. CONCLUSIONS:   Although numerous authors have evaluated PPTs at the knee, evidence for the measurement quality of these functional tests is limited and conflicting. ...
Part 1: the tests for knee function including the hop tests. Br J Sports Med. 2015;49(10):642-648. CLINICAL QUESTION:   Do individual …
Biomechanics Associated with Patellofemoral Pain and ACL Injuries in Sports.
Weiss K and Whatman C. Sports Med 2015 - Review. PMID 26130304
BACKGROUND: Knee injuries are prevalent among a variety of competitive sports and can impact an athlete's ability to continue to participate in their sport or, in the worst case, end an athlete's career. ...CONCLUSION: By evaluating several different study designs looking at knee injuries during high-risk manoeuvres, we were able to obtain a holistic perspective of biomechanics associated with PFPS and ACL injuries. ...
BACKGROUND: Knee injuries are prevalent among a variety of competitive sports and can impact an athlete's ability to continue …
The Effects of Injury Prevention Programs on the Biomechanics of Landing Tasks: A Systematic Review With Meta-analysis
Lopes TJA, et al. Am J Sports Med 2018. PMID 28759729 Free PMC article.
Regarding the quadriceps dominance theory, after the IPPs, angles of hip flexion at initial contact ( P = .009), peak hip flexion ( P = .002), and peak knee flexion ( P = .007) increased, while knee flexion at initial contact did not change ( P = .18). Moreover, peak knee flexion moment decreased ( P = .005) and peak vertical ground-reaction force did not change ( P = .10). CONCLUSION: The exercises used in IPPs might have the potential to improve landing task biomechanics related to the quadriceps dominance theory, especially increasing peak knee and hip flexion angles. ...
Regarding the quadriceps dominance theory, after the IPPs, angles of hip flexion at initial contact ( P = .009), peak hip flexion ( P = .002 …
Effectiveness of Knee Injury and Anterior Cruciate Ligament Tear Prevention Programs: A Meta-Analysis.
Donnell-Fink LA, et al. PLoS One 2015 - Review. PMID 26637173 Free PMC article.
OBJECTIVE: Individuals frequently involved in jumping, pivoting or cutting are at increased risk of knee injury, including anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) tears. ...Twenty studies reported data on knee injury in general terms and 16 on ACL injury. Maximum Jadad score was 3 (on a 0-5 scale). ...
OBJECTIVE: Individuals frequently involved in jumping, pivoting or cutting are at increased risk of knee injury, including anterior c …
Knee injuries in female athletes.
Hutchinson MR and Ireland ML. Sports Med 1995 - Review. PMID 7604201
Further prospective and retrospective research is needed in areas of epidemiology, mechanisms, severity and types of knee injuries. The goal is to lessen the severity of certain knee injuries and to prevent others....
Further prospective and retrospective research is needed in areas of epidemiology, mechanisms, severity and types of knee injuries
Validity and reliability of a novel instrumented one-legged hop test in patients with knee injuries.
Mani K, et al. Knee 2017. PMID 27998667
AIM: To examine the validity and reliability of an instrumented one-legged hop test, the "four hops, three contacts" (4H3C) test, in patients with knee injuries. ...CONCLUSION: The 4H3C is a valid and reliable test for the evaluation of single hops in patients with knee injuries and may be useful in sport and clinical settings. ...
AIM: To examine the validity and reliability of an instrumented one-legged hop test, the "four hops, three contacts" (4H3C) test, in patient …
Anatomy and biomechanics of the medial side of the knee and their surgical implications.
LaPrade MD, et al. Sports Med Arthrosc Rev 2015 - Review. PMID 25932874
To restore the knee to normal kinematics, the diagnosis and surgical approach have to be aligned, to successfully reconstruct the area of injury. ...Valgus gapping and medial knee stability is accounted for collectively by every primary medial knee stabilizing structure. The following will review the principal medial knee anatomic and biomechanical properties....
To restore the knee to normal kinematics, the diagnosis and surgical approach have to be aligned, to successfully reconstruct the are …
Nonoperative treatment of acute knee ligament injuries. A review with special reference to indications and methods.
Kannus P and Järvinen M. Sports Med 1990 - Review. PMID 2183332
Nonoperative treatment has received little attention in the numerous scientific reports on knee ligament injuries. Great controversy still exists concerning the proper treatment of a knee with a ruptured ligament, especially the anterior cruciate ligament. ...Other injuries obviously call for an operative approach at the acute stage. Nonoperative therapy protocols must be based on the knowledge of the biological phenomenon occurring during connective tissue healing process. ...
Nonoperative treatment has received little attention in the numerous scientific reports on knee ligament injuries. Great contr …
Lower Limb Biomechanics During Single-Leg Landings Following Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis
Johnston PT, et al. Sports Med 2018 - Review. PMID 29949109
Meta-analysis with standardized mean differences (SMD) were performed for peak angles and moments (hip, knee and ankle joints) in the sagittal plane during single-limb landing tasks. ...CONCLUSIONS: Participants performed single-limb landings on the ACLR limb with reductions in peak sagittal knee kinematics as well as peak joint moments compared with both the contralateral limb and a control group. ...
Meta-analysis with standardized mean differences (SMD) were performed for peak angles and moments (hip, knee and ankle joints) in the …
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