A new perspective on risk assessment.

  title={A new perspective on risk assessment.},
  author={Sarah L Mottram and Mark Comerford},
  journal={Physical therapy in sport : official journal of the Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Sports Medicine},
  volume={9 1},
Pre-season screening is routinely promoted as part of either an injury risk management strategy or as a performance enhancement strategy. Many of these processes focus on testing joint range, muscle strength (both power and endurance) and testing muscle extensibility. Although some functional tests based on work specific tasks and sport specific skills are applied they are specific to one task or a sport specific skill. It seems that the clinical outcomes of asymptomatic function, normal range… CONTINUE READING


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