The relationship between lower extremity injury, low back pain, and hip muscle strength in male and female collegiate athletes.

@article{Nadler2000TheRB,
  title={The relationship between lower extremity injury, low back pain, and hip muscle strength in male and female collegiate athletes.},
  author={Scott F Nadler and Gerard A. Malanga and Melissa Deprince and Todd P Stitik and Joseph H. Feinberg},
  journal={Clinical journal of sport medicine : official journal of the Canadian Academy of Sport Medicine},
  year={2000},
  volume={10 2},
  pages={89-97}
}
OBJECTIVE To determine the relationship of previous lower extremity (LE) injury and/or low back pain (LBP) on hip abduction and extension strength. DESIGN Cohort study of college athletes at time of preparticipation screening physical. SETTING An NCAA Division I college. PARTICIPANTS Two hundred ten college athletes (140 males and 70 females) from an NCAA Division I school. MAIN OUTCOME MEASURES Mean and maximal hip abduction and extension strengths were recorded using a specially… CONTINUE READING
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