Recent Papers Published
Athletic groin pain (part 2): A prospective cohort study on the biomechanical evaluation of change of direction identifies three clusters of movement patterns.
Franklyn-Miller, A. et al 2017 Mar;51(5):460-468 British J Sports Med.
Can a Single-legged Squat Provide Insight into Movement Control and Loading During Dynamic Sporting Actions in Athletic Groin Pain Patients?
Marshall, BM. et al 2016 May;25(2):117-25 Journal of Sport Rehabilitation.
Athletic groin pain (part 1): a prospective anatomical diagnosis of 382 patients—clinical findings, MRI findings and patient-reported outcome measures at baseline.
Falvey, E. et al 2016 Apr;50(7):423-30. Brit J Sports Med.
Application of a Sub-set of Skinfold Sites for Ultrasound Measurement of Subcutaneous Adiposity and Percentage Body Fat Estimation in Athletes.
O’Neill. D. et al. (2016). International Journal of Sports Medicine, 37(05), pp.359-363.
Running retraining to treat lower limb injuries: a mixed-methods study of current evidence synthesised with expert opinion.
Barton. C. et al. (2016). British Journal of Sports Medicine, 50(9), pp.513-526.
The effects of a free-weight-based resistance training intervention on pain, squat biomechanics and MRI-defined lumbar fat infiltration and functional cross-sectional area in those with chronic low back pain.
Welch, N. et al 2015 Nov 9;1(1) BMJ Open Sport & Exercise Medicine.
Isokinetic muscle strength and readiness to return to sport following anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction: Is there an association? A systematic review and a protocol recommendation.
Undheim, M. 2015 Oct;49(20):1305-10. Brit J Sport Med.
Biomechanical symmetry in elite rugby union players during dynamic tasks: an investigation using discrete and continuous data analysis techniques.
Marshall, B. et al 2015 Jun 19;7:13. BMC Sports Science, Medicine and Rehabilitation.
Comparison of discrete-point vs. dimensionality-reduction techniques for describing performance-related aspects of maximal vertical jumping.
Richter, C. et al J Biomech. 2014 Sep 22;47(12):3012-7.
The Warwick Agreement on femoroacetabular impingement syndrome (FAI syndrome): An international consensus statement.
Griffin. D. et al. British Journal of Sports Medicine, 50(19), pp.1179-1179.