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abedini M, hadadnezhad M, eftekhari F. Investigating the predictive role of postural, biomechanical and neuromuscular defects in the incidence of lower limb injury in active women: cohort study. RJMS. 2020; 26 (11)
URL: http://rjms.iums.ac.ir/article-1-5331-en.html
, :marjanabedini.at@gmail.com
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Introduction: Increasing participation in sports activities increases the number of people at risk of injury. These injuries should be properly identified and treated, in order to provide the opportunity to participate again in sports activities. The purpose of this study was to evaluate the predictive role of postural, biomechanical and neuromuscular factors in the incidence of lower limb injury in active women.
Methodology of research: 63 active woman students were selected according to the criteria of entering the research purposefully. The research variables were divided into three groups: neuromuscular, biomechanical (TTB), postural (height of the inner leg of the arch, distance between the knee condyles, the interval between the ankles, the angle of the quadriceps). The data collection form was used to collect information about injuries, force plate to measure TTB,Colice to measure the distance between the condylars and the distance between the ankles, a simple goniometer for measuring angles Q and a digital camera to determine the neuromuscular defects. The researcher participated in the training and competition sessions to complete the injury form in order to record the degree of injury to subjects during a term.
Finally, for statistical analysis, Pearson correlation coefficient test was used to determine the relationship between variables and regression test to predict effective variables at a significance level of 95%.
Results: It showed that the Pearson correlation coefficient between the anterior-posterior TTB and the degree of injury (r = 0.295), between the height of the arch and the degree of injury (r = -0.239), Q angle and injury (301) / 0 = r), ankles and injury (r = 0.331), neuromuscular factors and damage (r = 0.42) were significant. Regarding the muscle neuromuscular factor (β = 0.81).
Conclusion: According to the findings of the study, women with neuromuscular defects most likely to be injured. Since neuromuscular injuries are the most predictive power, it seems that attention to muscle neuromuscular factors to prevent injury before The season of games is practical.
 
     
Type of Study: Research | Subject: Pathology

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