Clinical principles in the management of hamstring injuries

@article{Lempainen2014ClinicalPI,
  title={Clinical principles in the management of hamstring injuries},
  author={Lasse Lennart Lempainen and Ingo J{\"o}rg Banke and Kristian Jarl Johan Johansson and Peter U. Brucker and Janne Julius Sarimo and Sakari Yrj{\"o} Orava and Andreas Balthasar Imhoff},
  journal={Knee Surgery, Sports Traumatology, Arthroscopy},
  year={2014},
  volume={23},
  pages={2449-2456}
}
Hamstring injuries are among the most common muscle injuries seen in sports clinical practice. This narrative review covers essential knowledge of hamstring injuries, ranging from strains to total proximal three-tendon ruptures. The primary aim is to provide basic information for clinicians and sports medicine therapists dealing with hamstring problems. In this review, existing literature of hamstring injuries was taken together. Emphasis was given to subjects less well covered in previous… CONTINUE READING
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