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Optimising load to optimise outcomes
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Sportiva Optimising our loading

The human body is attuned to respond to various forms of mechanical loading and that this is perhaps the primary tool in the repertoire of sports medicine professionals. If exercise is the interventi ... ...

 
Dispelling the myth that chronic pain is unresponsive to treatment
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Sportiva Dispelling the myth that chronic pain is unresponsive to treatment

The contemporary management of chronic pain is strongly influenced by the belief that the non-pain consequences (eg, disability, emotional distress and red ... ...

 
Become one with the force: optimising mechanotherapy through an understanding of mechanobiology
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The musculoskeletal system generates, absorbs and transmits force, enabling functional movement. Given this mechanical role, it follows that musculoskeletal tissues adapt to mechanical demands. Mechanical forces direct musculoskeletal cellular ac ... ...

 
The never-ending search for the perfect acute:chronic workload ratio: what role injury definition
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Sportiva The debate on the acute:chronic workload ratio

The acute:chronic workload ratio is associated with injury risk in rugby league players.1 Researchers and practitioners have d ... ...

 
Why do workload spikes cause injuries, and which athletes are at higher risk Mediators and moderators in workload-injury investigations
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Spikes in training and competition workloads, especially in undertrained athletes, increase injury risk.1 However, just as attributing athletic injuries to single risk factors is an oversimplificat ... ...

 
Infographic: 2016 Consensus statement on return to sport from the First World Congress in Sports Physical Therapy, Bern
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No evidence for the use of stem cell therapy for tendon disorders: a systematic review
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SportivaIntroduction

Stem cells have emerged as a new treatment option for tendon disorders. We systematically reviewed the current evidence for stem cell therapy in tendon disorders.

Methods

Randomised and non-r ... ...

 
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