Journal article

Lower-limb work during high- and low-impact activities in hip-related pain: Associations with sex and symptom severity.

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

Gait Posture | Published : 2021


BACKGROUND: Hip-related pain (HRP) is described as a movement-related disorder. However, little attention is given to the way people with HRP move, especially in populations still participating in sport. Thus, limiting our understanding of movementbased impairments in HRP and their potential relationships with pain/symptoms. RESEARCH QUESTION: (1) What are the differences in absolute and relative amounts of positive and negative lower-limb joint work during walking and the single-leg drop jump (SLDJ) in football players with and without HRP? (2) What are the relationships between lower-limb joint work and HRP burden? METHODS: 88 football players with HRP and 30 control football players were ..

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