SUBSEQUENT INJURY DURING INJURY RECOVERY IN ELITE ATHLETICS: COHORT STUDY IN SWEDISH MALE AND FEMALE ATHLETES

@article{Jacobsson2014SUBSEQUENTID,
  title={SUBSEQUENT INJURY DURING INJURY RECOVERY IN ELITE ATHLETICS: COHORT STUDY IN SWEDISH MALE AND FEMALE ATHLETES},
  author={J. Jacobsson and T. Timpka and J. Kowalski and J. Ekberg and S. Nilsson and {\"O}. Dahlstr{\"o}m and P. Renstr{\"o}m},
  journal={British Journal of Sports Medicine},
  year={2014},
  volume={48},
  pages={610 - 611}
}
Background In elite athletics, epidemiological studies covering cross-discipline populations of athletes have reported a heavy burden of injuries related to overuse. Many athletes continue to expose themselves to extensive training and competition loads while suffering from partial time loss injuries (forcing them to change their practice schedules). Objective To examine risk indicators associated with sustaining a secondary (subsequent) injury while recovering from a primary (index) injury… Expand
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TLDR
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