Benefits of a knee extension constraint device in ACL injury prevention program
Effects of knee extension constraint training on knee flexion angle and peak impact ground-reaction forceAm J Sports Med. 2014 Apr;42(4):979-86
Did you know you're eligible to earn 0.5 CME credits for reading this report? Click Here
28 athletes with knee flexion angles of less than 30 degrees were randomized to investigate the efficacy of a knee extension constraint device in improving knee flexion angles during peak impact posterior ground-reaction force, and in decreasing peak impact ground-reaction forces during landing of a stop-jump, and side-cutting task. The evidence presented in this study demonstrated that the use of...
Learn about our AI Driven
High Impact Search Feature
The OE High Impact metric uses AI to determine the impact a study will have by considering the content of the article itself. Built using the latest advances of natural language processing techniques. OE High Impact predicts an article’s future number of citations than impact factor alone.Continue