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Football injuries and physical symptoms. A review of the literature.
Dvorak J, Junge A. Dvorak J, et al. Among authors: junge a. Am J Sports Med. 2000;28(5 Suppl):S3-9. doi: 10.1177/28.suppl_5.s-3. Am J Sports Med. 2000. PMID: 11032101 Review.
Considering the number of active football players worldwide, the socioeconomic and financial consequences of injury are of such a proportion that a prevention program to reduce the incidence of injuries is urgently required. For this reason, an analysis of intrinsic …
Considering the number of active football players worldwide, the socioeconomic and financial consequences of injury are of such a pro …
Football, or soccer, as it is called in North America, is the most popular sport worldwide.
Dvorak J, Graf-Baumann T, Peterson L, Junge A. Dvorak J, et al. Among authors: junge a. Am J Sports Med. 2000;28(5 Suppl):S1-2. Am J Sports Med. 2000. PMID: 11032100 No abstract available.
The influence of psychological factors on sports injuries. Review of the literature.
Junge A. Junge A. Am J Sports Med. 2000;28(5 Suppl):S10-5. doi: 10.1177/28.suppl_5.s-10. Am J Sports Med. 2000. PMID: 11032102 Review.
In this context, social support appears to have a buffering effect. According to existing results, the influence of stress-coping strategies is somewhat questionable. ...A personality profile typical of the "injury-prone" athlete does not exist. However, several stu …
In this context, social support appears to have a buffering effect. According to existing results, the influence of stress-coping str …
Medical history and physical findings in football players of different ages and skill levels.
Junge A, Dvorak J, Chomiak J, Peterson L, Graf-Baumann T. Junge A, et al. Am J Sports Med. 2000;28(5 Suppl):S16-21. Am J Sports Med. 2000. PMID: 11032103
A physical examination conducted by specially trained physicians incorporated anthropometric and body fat measurements and examination of the spine and the hip, knee, foot, and great toe joints. ...At the time of the examination, 136 players (24%) still felt the effects of
A physical examination conducted by specially trained physicians incorporated anthropometric and body fat measurements and examinatio
Psychological and sport-specific characteristics of football players.
Junge A, Dvorak J, Rösch D, Graf-Baumann T, Chomiak J, Peterson L. Junge A, et al. Am J Sports Med. 2000;28(5 Suppl):S22-8. doi: 10.1177/28.suppl_5.s-22. Am J Sports Med. 2000. PMID: 11032104
The psychological characteristics of a player might influence his way of playing football (in particular with respect to fair play) and also his risk of injury. ...Reaction time was tested twice: without the influence of physical exercise and immediately after a 12- …
The psychological characteristics of a player might influence his way of playing football (in particular with respect to fair play) a …
Assessment and evaluation of football performance.
Rösch D, Hodgson R, Peterson TL, Graf-Baumann T, Junge A, Chomiak J, Dvorak J. Rösch D, et al. Among authors: junge a. Am J Sports Med. 2000;28(5 Suppl):S29-39. doi: 10.1177/28.suppl_5.s-29. Am J Sports Med. 2000. PMID: 11032105
The players finished with a cool-down. A total of 588 football players underwent the F-MARC test battery. Mean values for performance on each test are presented for groups of differing age and skill levels. The test battery proved to be a feasible instrument …
The players finished with a cool-down. A total of 588 football players underwent the F-MARC test battery. Mean values for perf …
Influence of definition and data collection on the incidence of injuries in football.
Junge A, Dvorak J. Junge A, et al. Am J Sports Med. 2000;28(5 Suppl):S40-6. doi: 10.1177/28.suppl_5.s-40. Am J Sports Med. 2000. PMID: 11032106
In this study, injury data obtained weekly by a physician during 1 year of follow-up in 264 football players were compared with the results of retrospective questionnaires completed by the players at the end of the observation period. ...
In this study, injury data obtained weekly by a physician during 1 year of follow-up in 264 football players were compared with the r …
Incidence of football injuries in youth players. Comparison of players from two European regions.
Junge A, Chomiak J, Dvorak J. Junge A, et al. Am J Sports Med. 2000;28(5 Suppl):S47-50. doi: 10.1177/28.suppl_5.s-47. Am J Sports Med. 2000. PMID: 11032107
A total of 444 youth players from the Czech Republic and the Alsace region of France and Germany were followed weekly for 1 year. ...With only a few exceptions, the statistics were similar in the amount of football played as well as in the incidence of injury betwee
A total of 444 youth players from the Czech Republic and the Alsace region of France and Germany were followed weekly for 1 year. ...
Incidence of football injuries and complaints in different age groups and skill-level groups.
Peterson L, Junge A, Chomiak J, Graf-Baumann T, Dvorak J. Peterson L, et al. Among authors: junge a. Am J Sports Med. 2000;28(5 Suppl):S51-7. doi: 10.1177/28.suppl_5.s-51. Am J Sports Med. 2000. PMID: 11032108
A total of 264 players of different age groups and skill levels was observed for 1 year. Five hundred fifty-eight injuries were documented. ...
A total of 264 players of different age groups and skill levels was observed for 1 year. Five hundred fifty-eight injuries were docum
Severe injuries in football players. Influencing factors.
Chomiak J, Junge A, Peterson L, Dvorak J. Chomiak J, et al. Among authors: junge a. Am J Sports Med. 2000;28(5 Suppl):S58-68. doi: 10.1177/28.suppl_5.s-58. Am J Sports Med. 2000. PMID: 11032109
Twenty-four percent of the injured players had suffered a previous injury of the same body part. Forty-six percent of injuries were caused by contact and 54% involved no body contact. ...
Twenty-four percent of the injured players had suffered a previous injury of the same body part. Forty-six percent of injuries were c …
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