A Prediction Model for Acute Core and Lower Extremity Injuries in Division 1 Collegiate Football Players

@inproceedings{McDonald2016APM,
  title={A Prediction Model for Acute Core and Lower Extremity Injuries in Division 1 Collegiate Football Players},
  author={Alexandra Aline McDonald},
  year={2016}
}
Context: Various intrinsic factors such as high exposure, poor endurance of core muscles, previous injury, strength deficits, suboptimal neurocognitive function, and orthopedic abnormalities have been found as predictors for sprains and strains among collegiate football players. Objective: Assess the applicability of pre-participation assessments as predictors of core or lower extremity injury. Design: Cohort Study. Setting: National Collegiate Athletic Association Division I football program… CONTINUE READING

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