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The role of eccentric exercise in sport injuries rehabilitation British Medical Bulletin 2014 110(1): 47-75 [PubMed: 24736013] Abstract INTRODUCTION: Sports injuries frequently involve tendons muscles and ligaments The variable outcome of surgery treatment The role of eccentric exercise in sport injuries rehabilitation Br Med Bull 2014 110:47–75 4 Wen D Schultz B Schaal B et al Eccentric strengthening for chronic lateral epicondylosis: a prospective randomized study Sports Health 2011 3:500–3 5 Tyler T

Hamstring Injuries in Sprinting The Role of Eccentric Exercise

Hamstring lnjuries in Sprinting-The Role of PETER STANTON ~ccentric Exercise - B App Sci ' CRAIG PURDAM Dip Phty This paper assesses a specific connective tissue insufficiency induced hamstring injury occurring in the late swinglearly stance phase of

Preventing hamstring injuries in sport Strength and Conditioning Journal 30(1) 55-64 Brughelli M Nosaka K and Cronin J (2009) Application of eccentric exercise on an Australian Rules football player with recurrent hamstring injuries

eccentric exercise to prevent hamstring injuries in community-level australian football J Sci Med Sport 2006 May 9:103-109 Askling C Karlsson J Thorstensson A Hamstring injury occurrence in elite soccer players after preseason strength training with

The role of eccentric exercise in sport injuries rehabilitation Source: Database of Abstracts of Reviews of Effects - DARE - 17 October 2014 The role of eccentric exercise in sport injuries rehabilitation var _gaq = _gaq || [] _gaq Return to play following ACL

An eccentric contraction is the motion of an active muscle while it is lengthening under load Eccentric training is repetitively doing eccentric muscle contractions For example in a biceps curl the action of lowering the dumbbell back down from the lift is the eccentric phase of that exercise — as long as the dumbbell is lowered slowly rather than letting it drop (i e the biceps are in a

The role of eccentric training in the management of

2007/11/1Although there is evidence that eccentric exercise shows beneficial short-term effects in treating Achilles tendinopathy the literature is still limited (Kingma et al 2007) There is also a lack of literature examining the effect of alternative treatment modalities some of which may currently be used in clinical practice as an adjunct to treatment or direct comparison to eccentric exercise

The purpose of this short review is to discuss the effects of eccentric exercise in modifying the properties of tendon tissue in healthy individuals The tendon provides a mechanical link between muscle and bone allowing force transmission to the skeleton and thus its properties have significant functional implications Chronic resistance training has long been shown to increase the

Eccentric exercise (EE) showed effectiveness in the management of Achilles tendinopathy (AT) patellar tendinopathy (PT) and lateral epicondyle tendinopathy (LET) Preliminary results of EE in other tendinopathies and sports injuries suggest its wide prescription in the sport rehabilitation field

2007/5/1Moreover exercise that involves eccentric muscle actions is implicated in the causation of exercise-induced muscle damage and soreness (Lieber Shah Fridn 2002) It has been hypothesized that this type of eccentric-induced muscle damage could be a precursor to macroscopic muscle strain injuries ( Brockett Morgan Proske 2004 )

2014/5/26Eccentric exercise (EE) displayed effectiveness in the management of Achilles tendinopathy (AT) patellar tendinopathy (PT) and lateral epicondyle tendinopathy (LET) Preliminary results of EE in other tendinopathies and sports injuries suggest its wide prescription in the sport rehabilitation field

Eccentric exercise (EE) showed effectiveness in the management of Achilles tendinopathy (AT) patellar tendinopathy (PT) and lateral epicondyle tendinopathy (LET) Preliminary results of EE in other tendinopathies and sports injuries suggest its wide prescription in the sport rehabilitation field

pQir^byiAAF 7:2 29-32 1992 The role of eccentric strength in injury prevention and rehabilitation by Vern Gambetta The author discu sses the role of eccentric mu scle aclion in the stretch shortening cycle He describes how eccentric loading through plyometric

Managing Your Health: The Role of Physical Therapy and Exercise will introduce learners to the concepts and benefits of physical therapy and exercise Over six weeks learners will explore: Why physical activity and exercise are important Exercise and Cardiovascular Disease Exercise and Osteoporosis Exercise and Cancer Common Sports Injuries Exercise and Arthritis

The role of eccentric strength in injury prevention and

pQir^byiAAF 7:2 29-32 1992 The role of eccentric strength in injury prevention and rehabilitation by Vern Gambetta The author discu sses the role of eccentric mu scle aclion in the stretch shortening cycle He describes how eccentric loading through plyometric

Eccentric exercise (EE) showed effectiveness in the management of Achilles tendinopathy (AT) patellar tendinopathy (PT) and lateral epicondyle tendinopathy (LET) Preliminary results of EE in other tendinopathies and sports injuries suggest its wide prescription in the sport rehabilitation field

Eccentric exercise does not only cause DOMS it has also been found effective in treating chronic injuries of tendons and have been suggested as treatment of muscle injury The pathophysiology behind DOMS is however not fully clear

Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport (2006) 9 103—109 ORIGINAL PAPER A pilot randomised controlled trial of eccentric exercise to prevent hamstring injuries in community-level Australian Football B J Gabbea ∗ R Branson b K L Bennell a Department of Epidemiology and Preventive Medicine Monash University Central and Eastern Clinical

2014/6/1Competitive alpine skiing is therefore a sport where there is particular interest in eccentric exercise (1 7 8 64) During turns in different disciplines (super G giant slalom and slalom) eccentric knee extensor muscle activity is dominant and was found to be higher in magnitude and up to twice as long in duration compared with concentric activity ( 7 8 )

The levels of evidence and their role in evidence-based medicine Plastic and reconstructive surgery 2011 128(1):305 ↑ Lee S-B Kang K-Y The effects of isokinetic eccentric resistance exercise for the hip joint on the functional gait of stroke patients Journal of

Tendinopathies in Athletes: The Role of Eccentric Exercise Editorial Tendinopathies are one of the most common sport injuries (30% to 50% of the athlete's injuries) The tendon are essentially composed of type I collagen fibers and to a lesser extent elastic

Background: The incidence of acute hamstring injuries is high in several sports including the different forms of football Purpose: The authors investigated the preventive effect of eccentric strengthening of the hamstring muscles using the Nordic hamstring exercise compared with no additional hamstring exercise on the rate of acute hamstring injuries in male soccer players Study Design

Background: The incidence of acute hamstring injuries is high in several sports including the different forms of football Purpose: The authors investigated the preventive effect of eccentric strengthening of the hamstring muscles using the Nordic hamstring exercise compared with no additional hamstring exercise on the rate of acute hamstring injuries in male soccer players

1989/10/9A pilot randomised controlled trial of eccentric exercise to prevent hamstring injuries in community-level Australian Football Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport Vol 9 No 1-2 Predictors of hamstring injury at the elite level of Australian football