On reducing hand impact force in forward falls: results of a brief intervention in young males.

Abstract

OBJECTIVE To test the working hypotheses that after a brief (10 min) intervention, (a) young adults can volitionally reduce fall-related wrist impact forces, and (b) no difference in impact force would exist between intervention and control groups at 3-weeks or 3-months follow-up. BACKGROUND The wrist is the most commonly fractured site in the body at any… (More)

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@article{Lo2003OnRH, title={On reducing hand impact force in forward falls: results of a brief intervention in young males.}, author={Janet Lo and Gordon McCabe and Kurt M. Degoede and Hiroyasu Okuizumi and J. A. Ashton-Miller}, journal={Clinical biomechanics}, year={2003}, volume={18 8}, pages={730-6} }