Journal article

Lower-Limb Biomechanics in Football Players with and without Hip-related Pain.

Matthew G King, Adam I Semciw, Anthony G Schache, Kane J Middleton, Joshua J Heerey, Prasanna Sritharan, Mark J Scholes, Benjamin F Mentiplay, Kay M Crossley

Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise | Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins | Published : 2020


PURPOSE: This study aimed to evaluate the differences in lower-limb biomechanics between adult subelite competitive football players with and without hip-related pain during two contrasting tasks-walking and single-leg drop jump (SLDJ)-and to determine whether potential differences, if present, are sex dependent. METHODS: Eighty-eight football players with hip-related pain (23 women, 65 men) and 30 asymptomatic control football players (13 women, 17 men) who were currently participating in competitive sport were recruited. Biomechanical data were collected for the stance phase of walking and SLDJ. Pelvis, hip, knee, and ankle angles, as well as the impulse of the external joint moments, were..

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