Mechanisms and risk factors for non-contact ACL injury in age mature athletes who engage in field or court sports: A summary of literature since 1980
Mechanisms and risk factors for noncontact ACL injury in age mature athletes who engage in field or court sports: A summary of literature since 1980. J Strength Cond Res 26(11): 3160-3176, 2012-Epidemiological data show that in the last 10 years alone the incidence and rate of anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injuries have not changed appreciably. Furthermore, many ACL injuries appear to be noncontact in nature and sustained while engaging in some field or court sport. Thus, the need to...[Show more]
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