Sportsmetrics Certification Course Level I: February 9-10, 2019

February 9, 2019 – February 10, 2019 | Register Description: Serious knee injuries are sidelining female athletes at an alarming rate and although there is no absolute prevention from these types of injuries, there is finally something you can do to help reduce the risk of sustaining a serious knee injury. Cincinnati SportsMedicine Research and Education…

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2018 AAOS Poster Presentation

On March 6-10, 2018, the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons held their annual meeting in New Orleans with over 30,00o orthopaedic professionals from around the world in attendance. Three of Dr. Noyes’ current studies were accepted by AAOS and presented at this year’s meeting.  AAOS chose to feature one of the studies, “Which Anterior Cruciate Ligament Prevention Programs Are Effective…

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Assessment of Lower Limb Neuromuscular Control in Prepubescent Athletes

Read Article Background: Although neuromuscular indices have been extensively studied in adolescents and adults, limited data exist for prepubescent children. Hypothesis: No differences exist between prepubescent boys and girls in lower limb strength, symmetry on single-legged hop testing, and limb alignment during drop-jump testing. Study Design: Cross-sectional study (prevalence); Level of evidence, 1. Methods: The authors tested…

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Neuromuscular Retraining in Female Adolescent Athletes: Effect on Athletic Performance Indices and Noncontact Anterior Cruciate Ligament Injury Rates

Read Article Abstract: While many anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) prevention programs have been published, few have achieved significant reductions in injury rates and improvements in athletic performance indices; both of which may increase compliance and motivation of athletes to participate. A supervised neuromuscular retraining program (18 sessions) was developed, aimed at achieving both of these…

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