Australian rules football is a physical contact sport that often results in injuries from tackling, kicking, running and constant competition for the ball. Hamstring injuries are the most prevalent injury in australian rules football there is a lack of evidence based literature on the treatment, prevention and management of hamstring injuries, although it is agreed that the etiology is. Establishing injury profiles in contact sports like australian rules football (arf) will facilitate implementation of injury prevention strategies the purpose of this literature review was to investigate sports injury data collection methodology, assess the strengths and limitations of previous research and identify gaps in the relevant literature. The predictive validity of a single leg bridge test for hamstring injuries in australian rules football in australian rules football: a review of the literature.
Background: australian rules football is one of the most popular sports in australia successful injury prevention relies on injury surveillance to establish the extent of injuries, to monitor injury patterns and to evaluate prevention strategies.
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