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Athletics Therapy - April 2013 Archives


Intense, specialized training in young athletes linked to serious overuse injuries (4/27/2013)

Young athletes who specialize in one sport and train intensively have a significantly higher risk of stress fractures and other severe overuse injuries, according to the largest clinical study of its kind. ...> Full Article


'Clean' your memory to pick a winner (4/26/2013)

Predicting the winner of a sporting event with accuracy close to that of a statistical computer programme could be possible with proper training, according to researchers. ...> Full Article


Achilles tendon injuries more likely in male 'Weekend Warriors' than others (4/25/2013)

Male athletes are the group most likely to tear their Achilles tendon, according to a new study published in the April 2013 issue of Foot & Ankle International, A SAGE journal. The activity most likely to cause the injury was basketball, and NBA players such as Kobe Bryant have been in the news lately for this exact injury. ...> Full Article


Shoulder injuries in baseball pitchers could be prevented with 3-D motion detection system (4/24/2013)

A new 3-D motion detection system could help identify baseball pitchers who are at risk for shoulder injuries, according to a new study. ...> Full Article


Impact of training sessions and matches on the bodies of Athletic women football players (4/6/2013)

Impact of training sessions and matches on the bodies of Athletic women football playersUPV/EHU researchers have measured the changes that take place in women as a result of the training sessions and matches throughout one season. There is a tendency for fat to be reduced and muscle mass to increase, and physical performance tends to improve, although no significant changes take place. However, substantial improvements have been detected at specific moments, and they have confirmed that playing in official matches is an important stimulus for improving physical performance. ...> Full Article


College athletes twice as likely to have depression than retired collegiate athletes (4/4/2013)

A survey of current and former college athletes finds depression levels significantly higher in current athletes, a result that upended the researchers' hypothesis. "We expected to see a significant increase in depression once athletes graduated, but by comparison it appears the stress of intercollegiate athletics may be more significant than we and others anticipated," says the study's senior investigator Daniel Merenstein, MD, an associate professor at Georgetown University Medical Center. ...> Full Article


New study aims to prevent sports-related brain injury in youngsters (4/1/2013)

Ice hockey accounts for nearly half of all traumatic brain injuries among children and youth participating in organized sports who required a trip to an emergency department in Canada, according to a new study out of St. Michael's Hospital. ...> Full Article


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