Thematic Posters Sessions

The posters will be displayed throughout the conference
in the dedicated area of the exhibition space.

They will be presented during the thematic poster session
which will be held on the Friday 17 March from 15:30 to 16:30.


SESSION 1 – BIOMECHANICS

Chair: Erich Müller (Austria)

❙ ALTERED GROUND FORCE DURING CMJ IN SPORTS INJURIES IN PROFESSIONAL FOOTBALL PLAYERS #537
Ruben Argemi; Julio Elverdin; Pablo Ortega Gallo (Argentina)

❙ ARE THE MUSCLE ACTIVATIONS DIFFERENT IN VARIOUS TYPE OF PUSH-UP
EXERCISE? #788
Kam-Ming Mok; Christianne On Nor Anna Ho; Patrick Shu-Hang Yung;
Kai-Ming Chan (China)

❙ BIOMECHANICAL ANALYSIS OF SINGLE-LEG SQUAT WITH ISOKINETIC AND
CONSTANT RESISTIVE FORCE USING CONTROLLABLE EXERCISE EQUIPMENT #648
Yoshinori Kimura; Maki Koyanagi; Ken’ichi Koyanagi; Kouichi Mukai; Naruhiko Nakae;
Noriko Tanaka; Takahiro Sakai; Shuhei Tada; Yumiko Satoda; Sayaka Kondou;
Akio Inoue (Japan)

❙ EFFECTS OF ADDITIONAL PERTURBATION ON NEUROMUSCULAR TRUNK
ACTIVATION PATTERN DURING CORE-SPECIFIC SENSORIMOTOR EXERCISE #628
Juliane Mueller; Omar Baritello; Josefine Stoll; Steffen Mueller; Frank Mayer (Germany)

❙ ETHNIC DIFFERENCES IN LOWER EXTREMITY DYNAMIC POSTURAL MEASURES AS
POTENTIAL RISK FACTOR FOR ANTERIOR CRUCIATE LIGAMENT (ACL) INJURY #853
Chang-Young Kim; Young Min Chun; Sae Yong Lee (South Korea)

❙ RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN MOTOR CONTROL ASYMMETRIES AND MOTOR
PERFORMANCE ASYMMETRIES #454
Kornelius Kraus; Markus Heffels; Denise Rahn; Nicole Stukenbröker; Hans-Georg Scherer
(Germany)

❙ THE EFFECT OF RUNNING NINE MARATHONS IN NINE DAYS ON PROPRIOCEPTION
AND BALANCE #649
Nicola Relph; Katie Small; Adam Smith (United Kingdom)

❙ THE EFFECTS OF A 5-WEEK GOLF SPECIFIC STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING
INTERVENTION ON SWING PERFORMANCE FACTORS #869
Daisy-May Kenny; Jessica Presnall; Ludmila Cosio-Lima; Greska Eric (USA)

❙ THE RELIABILITY OF 2D BIOMECHANICAL VARIABLES DURING MULTIDIRECTIONAL
SINGLE LEG LANDING #774
Ahmed Alahmari; (Saudi Arabia/United Kingdom); Lee Herrington (United Kingdom);
Richard Jones (United Kingdom); Anmin Liu (United Kingdom); Ziyad Neamatallah
(United Kingdom)


SESSION 2 – CARDIOLOGY & SUDDEN DEATH

Chair: Cindy J. Chang (USA)

❙ CONGENITAL HEART DISEASES AND SPORT ACTIVITY: AN OBSERVATIONAL STUDY #860
Martina Rosselli; Loira Toncelli; Chiara Giannelli; Gabriele Mascherini; Giorgio Galanti,
Benedetta Tosi (Italy)

❙ DEATHS IN ORGANISED SPORTS IN AUSTRALIA: A CASE SERIES REVIEW OF THE NATIONAL CORONIAL INFORMATION SYSTEM #585
Andrew McIntosh; Lauren Fortington; Declan Patton; Caroline Finch (Australia)

❙ ECG OF INDIAN ATHLETES – ESC VS SEATTLE CRITERIA #543
Jahnavi Dande; Anirban Mallick (India)

❙ EXTREME SPORTS, EXTREME RISKS. FATALITIES IN EXTREME SPORTS IN
AUSTRALIA #584
Andrew McIntosh; Lauren Fortington; Declan Patton; Caroline Finch (Australia)

❙ IMPACT OF AN ULTRA-MARATHON OF 330 KM ON PLASMA LEVELS OF CARDIAC
BIOMARKER #423
Caroline Le Goff (Belgium); Jean-François Kaux (Belgium); Laurent Gergelé (France);
Grégoire P Millet (Switzerland); Guido Giardini (Italy); Magalie Viallon (France);
Pierre Croisille (France); Etienne Cavalier (Belgium)

❙ LEFT VENTRICULAR REMODELING IN YOUNG BLACK ATHLETES #848
Giorgio Galanti; Loira Toncelli; Niccolò Gori; Valentina Di Tante; Gabriele Mascherini;
Benedetta Tosi (Italy)

❙ PRE-PARTICIPATION CARDIOVASCULAR SCREENING OF ELITE GEORGIAN
ADOLESCENT ATHLETES: CLINICAL SIGNIFICANCE AND OUTCOMES #623
Lela Maskhulia; Valeri Akhalkatsi; Kakhaber Chelidze; Zurab Kakhabrishvili;
Marina Matiashvili; Tamar Chutkerashvili; Ana Gogelia (Georgia)

❙ THE PREVENTION OF SUDDEN CARDIAC DEATH IN ATHLETES: CARDIOVASCULAR SCREENING PRACTICES IN UNITED STATES NATIONAL GOVERNING BODIES AND PARALYMPIC COMMITTEES #481
Brett Toresdahl; Cindy J. Chang; Jamie Confi no; Irfan Asif (USA)

❙ USING NATIONAL CORONIAL DATA TO IDENTIFY PRIORITIES FOR PREVENTING
DEATH IN SPORT/RECREATION #583
Andrew McIntosh; Lauren Fortington; Declan Patton; Caroline Finch (Australia)


SESSION 3 – CONCUSSION

Chair: Kimberly G. Harmon (USA)

❙ COGNITION IN FORMER RUGBY UNION PLAYERS AND IMPACT OF CONCUSSION HISTORY #898
Patria Hume (New Zealand); Alice Theadom (New Zealand); Gwyn N Lewis (New Zealand); Kenneth L Quarrie (New Zealand); Scott R Brown (New Zealand); Rosamund Hill (New Zealand); Stephen W. Marshall (USA)

❙ CONCUSSION KNOWLEDGE, ATTITUDES, AND BELIEFS AMONGST SPORTS
MEDICINE PERSONNEL AT THE 2015 CEREBRAL PALSY FOOTBALL WORLD
CHAMPIONSHIPS #457
Steffan Griffi n; Liam Richard West; Osman Hassan Ahmed; Richard Weiler
(United Kingdom)

❙ CONCUSSIONS IN JAPANESE HIGH SCHOOL RUGBY PLAYERS: RESEARCH ON
INJURIES, SYMPTOMS, AND SIGNS #654
Mana Otomo; Shun Torii; Mutsuo Yamada; Toru Fukubayashi (Japan)

❙ CONCUSSIVE INJURIES IN AN AMATEUR EMERGING U.S. COLLISION SPORT:
RUGBY-7s #618
Victor Lopez, Jr (USA/New Zealand); Richard Ma (USA); Meryle Weinstein (USA);
Patria Hume (New Zealand); Robert Cantu (USA/Ireland); Laurel Myers (USA);
Christian Victoria (USA); Nisha Nadkar (USA); Answorth Anthony Allen (USA)

❙ DOES CONCUSSION EDUCATION HAVE AN IMPACT IN BEHAVIOURS AMONGST
SCHOOL-AGE RUGBY PLAYERS? #759
Christopher Bosshardt; Courtney Kipps; Mike England (United Kingdom)

❙ METHODS TO ASSESS WEARABLE HEAD IMPACT RESPONSE DEVICES #655
Andrew McIntosh; Catherine Willmott; Biswadev Mitra; James Brennan;
Bleydy Dimech-Betancourt; Teresa Howard; Jeffrey Rosenfeld; Declan Patton (Australia)

❙ PADDED HEADGEAR IN CONTACT FOOTBALL – INERTIA OR MOMENTUM? #651
Andrew McIntosh; Declan Patton (Australia)

❙ THE CROWD GOES WILD: THE DISSEMINATION OF CONCUSSION RISK
INFORMATION ON TWITTER IN RESPONSE TO THE REMOVAL OF HEADGEAR IN
MEN’S BOXING AT THE OLYMPIC GAMES #681
Carly McKay; Keith Stokes (United Kingdom)

❙ THE EFFECTS OF COGNITIVE MATURITY ON CONCUSSION ASSESSMENT IN LOW SOCIOECONOMIC URBAN HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETES #737
Tamerah Hunt; Jody Langdon (USA)


SESSION 4 – ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS & MASS EVENTS

Chair: Martin Schwellnus (South Africa)

❙ EFFECTIVENESS OF AN INTERMITTENT EXERCISE-HEAT EXPOSURE PROTOCOL TO SUSTAIN HEAT ACCLIMATION ADAPTATIONS #695
J. Luke Pryor; Riana Pryor; Douglas Casa; Lawrence Armstrong; Lindsay DiStefano;
Jeffrey Anderson; Elaine Lee; Carl Maresh (USA)

❙ GENGHIS KHAN ICE MARATHON: PREPARATION, STRATEGY AND THE EFFECT OF EXERCISE IN AN EXTREME COLD ENVIRONMENT IN A GROUP OF EXPERIENCED ULTRARUNNERS #612
Stephen Boyce; Andrew Murray; David Scott (United Kingdom)

❙ INCIDENCE OF ACUTE TRAUMATIC INJURIES AND MEDICAL COMPLICATIONS IN 34 033 CYCLISTS PARTICIPATING IN A MASS COMMUNITY BASED EVENT – SAFER CYCLING #802
Jannelene Killops; Martin Schwellnus; Dina Christina Janse van Rensburg (South Africa)

❙ LEISURE CYCLISTS AT RISK OF MEDICAL COMPLICATIONS: OUTCOMES OF
ONLINE PRE-PARTICIPATION SCREENING AMONG 22 650 ENDURANCE CYCLISTS, USING CURRENT EUROPEAN GUIDELINES – SAFER CYCLING #803
Jannelene Killops; Martin Schwellnus; Dina Christina Janse van Rensburg (South Africa)

❙ NOVEL DIRECT AND INDIRECT EFFECTS OF RISK FACTORS FOR EXERCISE
ASSOCIATED MUSCLE CRAMPING (EAMC) IN A COHORT OF 41 698 DISTANCE
RUNNERS #776
Esmè Jordaan; Martin Schwellnus (South Africa)

❙ RECREATIONAL RUNNERS` STRATEGIES TO COPE WITH INJURY AND ILLNESS
DURING MARATHON RACE PREPARATIONS: CROSS-SECTIONAL STUDY IN
SWEDEN #615
Håkan Gauffi n; Bo Tillander; Örjan Dahlström; Henrik Nyman; Toomas Timpka (Sweden)

❙ SUBJECTIVE SLEEP QUALITY IN ELITE WOMEN’S INTERNATIONAL SOCCER
PLAYERS PRIOR TO AN INTERNATIONAL MATCH #506
Stephen Boyce; Michael McKenna; Andrew White; Oliver Davies; Mark Dixon; Niall Elliott
(United Kingdom)

❙ THE INCIDENCE OF SWIMMING-INDUCED PULMONARY OEDEMA DURING
MASS-PARTICIPATION TRIATHLON RACES: OPTIMISING ATHLETE SAFETY #701
Ralph Smith; James Parkin; Nick Knight; Courtney Kipps (United Kingdom)


SESSION 5 – EPIDEMIOLOGY OF INJURIES I

Chair: Markus Waldén (Sweden)

❙ EPIDEMIOLOGY AND INCIDENCE OF INJURY IN ELITE NETBALL PLAYERS –
AN INJURY AUDIT OF THE 2016 NETBALL SUPERLEAGUE SEASON #887
Gemma Best, Adam Gledhill (United Kingdom)

❙ FIELD HOCKEY INJURIES AMONG HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS IN THE UNITED STATES, 2008/09-2015/16 #810
Lauren Pierpoint; Rae Dawn Comstock (USA)

❙ FLOORBALL INJURIES DURING INTERNATIONAL TOURNAMENTS #773
Kati Pasanen (Finland); Merita Bruun (Finland); Tommi Vasankari (Finland);
Minna Nurminen (Finland); Walter Frey (Switzerland)

❙ INJURIES IN ELITE U18 FIELD HOCKEY PLAYERS AT A MAJOR TOURNAMENT #726
Laura-Anne Furlong (United Kingdom); Udo Rolle (Germany)

❙ INJURY PATTERNS IN GERMAN MEN’S PROFESSIONAL BASKETBALL AND
HANDBALL – A COMPARISON #440
Patrick Luig; Hendrik Bloch; Christian Klein (Germany)

❙ MONITORING FIELD HOCKEY INJURIES: THE FIRST STEP FOR PREVENTION #475
Saulo Delfi no Barboza; Willem van Mechelen; Evert Verhagen (The Netherlands)

❙ PREVALENCE OF PATELLAR TENDON PAIN HISTORY IN BRAZILIAN VOLLEYBALL AND BASKETBALL ATHLETES #785
Luciana Mendonça; Natália Bittencourt; Juliana Ocarino; Sérgio Fonseca (Brazil)

❙ THE HEAD COACH INFLUENCE IN INJURIES FREQUENCY IN ELITE WOMEN
VOLLEYBALL PLAYERS #815
Marcela Leite; Natália Bittencourt; Bruna Melato; Guilherme Bernardone; Tatiana Ribeiro;
Leonardo Veloso (Brazil)

❙ THE WOMEN’S INJURY SURVEILLANCE EXTENSION FOR AUSTRALIAN FOOTBALL (FootyWISE) #487
Lauren Fortington; Alex Donaldson; Caroline Finch (Australia)

❙ VIDEO ANALYSIS OF ACUTE INJURIES IN INTERNATIONAL FIELD HOCKEY #797
Udo Rolle (Germany); Till-Martin Theilen (Germany); Wiebke Müller-Eising (Switzerland);
Peter Wefers-Bettink (Switzerland)


SESSION 6 – EPIDEMIOLOGY OF INJURIES II

Chair: Thor Einar Andersen (Norway)

❙ AN EPIDEMIOLOGIC COMPARISON OF INJURIES TO SKIERS AND SNOWBOARDERS TREATED AT UNITED STATES EMERGENCY DEPARTMENTS, 2000-2015 #624
Lauren Pierpoint; Blake Volkmer; Dawn Comstock; Morteza Khodaee (USA)

❙ EPIDEMIOLOGY OF ROCK CLIMBING INJURIES TREATED IN UNITED STATES
EMERGENCY DEPARTMENTS, 2006-2015 #813
Lauren Pierpoint; Matt Klein; Rae Dawn Comstock (USA)

❙ INJURY AND ILLNESS PATTERNS IN COMPETITIVE SAILORS OF THE
INTERNATIONAL SAILING FEDERATION SAILING WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS 2014 –
A 12-MONTH RETROSPECTIVE STUDY #731
Darren Leong (Singapore); Ben Tan (Singapore); Carmen Vaz Pardal (Spain);
Cindy Lin (USA); Jia Wen Kam (Singapore)

❙ INJURY AND ILLNESS SURVEILLANCE DURING THE INTERNATIONAL SAILING
FEDERATION SAILING WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS 2014 #733
Darren Leong (Singapore); Ben Tan (Singapore); Carmen Vaz Pardal (Spain);
Cindy Lin (USA); Jia Wen Kam (Singapore)

❙ INJURY INCIDENCE IN CROSS-COUNTRY SKIERS #486
Sonya Worth (USA/New Zealand); Duncan Reid (New Zealand); Sharon Henry (USA)

❙ INTRINSIC AND EXTRINSIC INJURY RISK FACTORS OF ELITE WINTER SPORTS
ATHLETE IN TRAINING #718
Victor Wang; Frank Mayer; Klaus Bonaventura; Maria Wippert (Germany)

❙ SELF-REPORTED INJURY MECHANISMS IN CLIMBERS #682
Gareth Jones; Cara Woodard; Paul Sharples; Mark Johnson (United Kingdom)

❙ SKI AND SNOWBOARD SCHOOL PROGRAMS: INCIDENCE OF GRADE-SPECIFIC
INJURY #900
Maya Djerboua; R Sran; T Mitra; K Russell; K White; C Goulet; CA Emery; BE Hagel
(Canada)

❙ SPORTS INJURIES AND ILLNESSES IN THE LILLEHAMMER 2016 YOUTH OLYMPIC WINTER GAMES #762
Kathrin Steffen (Norway/Switzerland); Christine Holm Moseid (Norway); Lars Engebretsen (Norway/Switzerland); Pia Katrine Søberg (Norway); Olav Amundsen (Norway); Kristian Holm (Norway); Thomas Moger (Norway); Torbjørn Soligard (Switzerland)

❙ WHAT ARE THE RISK FACTORS FOR INJURY TO SKIERS AND SNOWBOARDERS IN TERRAIN PARKS AND WHICH STRATEGIES ARE EFFECTIVE IN REDUCING THE RISK OF INJURY? A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW #711
Olivier Audet; Tatum Priyambada Mitra; Carolyn A. Emery; Brent E. Hagel;
Alison Macpherson; Claude Goulet (Canada)


SESSION 7 – EPIDEMIOLOGY OF INJURIES III

Chair: Babette Pluim (The Netherlands)

❙ EPIDEMIOLOGICAL STUDY OF TAEKWONDO INJURIES: 1-YEAR PROSPECTIVE
STUDY #879
Bo Ae Son; Hee Seong Jeong; In Deok Kong; Sae Yong Lee (South Korea)

❙ EPIDEMIOLOGY OF INJURIES IN POLE SPORTS: EMERGING CHALLENGES
IN A NEW TREND #441
Vasileios Mitrousias; Georgios Halatsis; Ioannis Bampis; Antonios Koutalos;
Georgios Psareas; Athanasios Sakkas (Greece)

❙ EPIDEMIOLOGY OF SPORTS INJURIES ON HIGHLY TRAINED YOUTH MULTISPORT ATHLETES #394
Abdallah Rejeb (Qatar/Belgium); Amanda Johnson (Qatar); Cosmin Horobeanu (Qatar);
Roel Vaeyens (Belgium); Erik Witvrouw (Qatar/Belgium)

❙ EPIDEMIOLOGY OF TRAINING INJURIES IN ELITE INDIAN JUDOKAS – A PROSPECTIVE STUDY #621
Jahnavi Dande; Anirban Mallick (India)

❙ INJURY TYPES, INJURY RISKED BODY PARTS AND SPORT TYPE SPECIFICITY OF ELITE ATHLETES #721
Victor Wang (Germany); Frank Mayer (Germany); Yi-Hsiong Hang (Taiwan)

❙ MUSCULOSKELETAL INJURY RATES IN MULTIDAY MARATHON RUNNERS
PERFORMING A REPEAT COURSE #702
Katie Small; Adam Smith; Relph Nicola (United Kingdom)

❙ OVERUSE PROBLEMS IN ICELANDIC MALE HANDBALL #808
Elis Thor Rafnsson (Iceland); Grethe Myklebust (Norway); Roald Bahr (Norway/Qatar);
Anna Frohm (Sweden); Ornolfur Valdimarsson (Iceland); Arni Arnason (Iceland)

❙ PROSPECTIVE INJURY STATISTICS DURING HIGH-LEVEL JUDO COMPETITION:
AN IJF-EJU COLLABORATION #897
Maximilien JUNG (Switzerland/Malta)

❙ WRESTLING INJURIES DURING THE 2016 RIO OLYMPIC GAMES #636
Babak Shadgan; Szabolcs Molnar; Stevan Sikmic; Abdelghani Chahi (Switzerland)


SESSION 8 – EPIDEMIOLOGY OF INJURIES IV

Chair: Margot Putukian (USA)

❙ EPIDEMIOLOGY OF SPORTS INJURIES AMONG MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENTS #840
Shane Caswell; Matthew Prebble; Kaitlyn Romm; Jatin Ambegaonkar;
Amanda Caswell; Nelson Cortes (USA)

❙ EPIDEMIOLOGY OF SPORTS INJURIES DURING DUTCH PHYSICAL EDUCATION
TEACHER EDUCATION OVER THE PERIOD 2000-2014 #645
Maarten Barendrecht (The Netherlands); Carl Barten (The Netherlands);
Evert Verhagen (The Netherlands); Bouwien Smits-Engelsman (South Africa)

❙ FRICTION OF SPORTS FLOORS IN GERMAN MEN’S PROFESSIONAL BASKETBALL AND HANDBALL COMPETITIONS #688
Thomas Henke; Patrick Luig (Germany)

❙ INJURIES IN AUSTRALIAN FEMALE CRICKETERS AND THEIR TREATMENT
SOURCES: AN ANALYSIS OF SELF-REPORTED SURVEY DATA FROM 2014-15
SEASON #459
Nirmala Perera; Alex Kountouris; Joanne Kemp; Corey Joseph; Caroline Finch (Australia)

❙ INJURY MECHANISMS OF THE KOREA LADIES PROFESSIONAL GOLFERS, 2015
SEASON PROSPECTIVE STUDY #858
Young Moo Na; Young Jae Cho; Hee Seong Jung; Sae Yong Lee (South Korea)

❙ INJURY RISK DURING DUTCH PHYSICAL EDUCATION TEACHER EDUCATION:
A PROSPECTIVE COHORT STUDY OVER THE PERIOD 2000-2014 #465
Maarten Barendrecht (The Netherlands); Carl Barten (The Netherlands);
Bouwien Smits-Engelsman (South Africa); Evert Verhagen (The Netherlands)

❙ INJURY RISK IS DIFFERENT BETWEEN MALE AND FEMALE ATHLETES DURING
14 INTERNATIONAL ATHLETICS CHAMPIONSHIPS #512
Pascal Edouard (France); Nina Feddermann-Demont (Switzerland); Juan-Manuel Alonso
(Qatar); Pedro Branco (Switzerland); Astrid Junge (Switzerland/Germany)

❙ IS AWARENESS OF PREVENTIVE TRAINING ASSOCIATED WITH DECREASED RISK OF INJURY? #872
Sten Rasmussen; Rasmus Oestergaard Nielsen (Denmark)

❙ ONE-YEAR FOLLOW-UP PROSPECTIVE EPIDEMIOLOGICAL STUDY OF INJURY
TYPES IN THE KOREA LADIES PROFESSIONAL GOLFERS, 2015 SEASON #857
Young Jae Cho; Young Moo Na; Hee Seong Jung; Sae Yong Lee (South Korea)

❙ PREVALENCE OF MUSCULOSKELETAL PAIN IN ELITE ROWERS #498
Katharina Trompeter; Daniela Fett; Petra Platen (Germany)


SESSION 9 – FOOT & ANKLE

Chair: Sae Yong Lee (South Korea)

❙ ANKLE BIOMECHANICS AND JUMP PERFORMANCE IN HEALTHY AND
CHRONIC ANKLE INSTABILITY INDIVIDUALS DURING LANDING: A TRIPLE BLIND
RANDOMIZED CLINICAL TRIAL OF ANKLE TAPING EFFICACY #862
Hyung-pil Jun (USA/South Korea); Young-min Chun (South Korea);
Jin-ah Kim (South Korea); Russell Baker (USA); Jeff Seegmiller (USA);
Sae Yong Lee (South Korea)

❙ CHARACTERISTICS OF ANKLE MUSCLE ACTIVITY DURING TILTING MOVEMENTS ON A WOBBLE BOARD #417
Miho Morita; Yukio Urabe; Eri Fujii; Nobuaki Moriyama; Takahiko Yamamoto;
Takuya Takeuchi; Shogo Tsutsumi; Shuhei Numano; Yuta Suzuki; Noriaki Maeda (Japan)

❙ EFFECTS OF REDUCED PLANTAR CUTANEOUS SENSATION ON GAIT KINEMATICS IN INDIVIDUALS WITH OR WITHOUT CHRONIC ANKLE INSTABILITY #854
Mi Hyang Chang; Tae Kyu Kang; Sae Yong Lee (South Korea)

❙ HOW IMPORTANT IS KNEE POSITION ON LANDING FOR ANKLE SPRAIN? #520
Maria António Castro; Orlando Fernandes; Manuel António Janeira; António VencesBrito
(Portugal)

❙ PROXIMAL FIFTH METATARSAL STRESS FRACTURES; SCREENING AND
TREATMENT FOR INCOMPLETE FRACTURES #604
Hiroko Ueki; Tomohiko Tateishi; Saisei AN; Daisuke Hatsushika; Hideyuki Koga;
Takashi Ogiuchi (Japan)

❙ RESTRICTION IN HIP INTERNAL ROTATION AND 5TH METATARSAL STRESS
FRACTURES (JONES FRACTURE) IN PROFESSIONAL FOOTBALL PLAYERS #652
Yoshitomo Saita; Masashi Nagao; Yohei Kobayashi; Keiji Kobayashi; Hiroshi Ikada (Japan)

❙ THE EFFECT OF ANKLE TAPING ON SHOCK ABSORPTION CHARACTERISTICS OF LOWER EXTREMITY #866
Joon-Haeng Cho (South Korea); Hyung-pil Jun (USA/South Korea); Young Hee Lee (South Korea); Sae Yong Lee (South Korea)

❙ THE RISK FACTORS OF 5TH METATARSAL STRESS FRACTURE IN FOOTBALL
PLAYERS #671
Sho Matsuda; Norikazu Hirose; Toru Fukubayashi (Japan)

❙ THE ROLE OF PLANTAR CUTANEOUS SENSATION AND THE PROXIMAL JOINT
POSTURAL CONTROL STRATEGY TO MAINTAIN BALANCE IN CAI PATIENTS #851
Tae Kyu Kang; Jung Yeon Woo; Jae Seung Chang; Sae Yong Lee (South Korea)

❙ WEEKLY ANKLE LUNGE TEST SCREENING MIGHT HELP PREVENT ANKLE INJURIES #809
Mati Arend; Maarja Kalev; Jarek Mäestu (Estonia)


SESSION 10 – FOOTBALL INJURY EPIDEMIOLOGY

Chair: Jiri Dvorak (Switzerland)

❙ EPIDEMIOLOGY OF MUSCLE INJURIES IN HONG KONG PROFESSIONAL
FOOTBALL #619
Justin Wai-Yuk Lee; Kam-Ming Mok; Patrick Shu-Hang Yung (China)

❙ EVALUATING THE ASSOCIATION BETWEEN PSYCHOSOCIAL FACTORS AND FIFA 11+ IMPLEMENTATION INTENTION IN YOUTH SOCCER COACHES #725
Oluwatoyosi Owoeye (Canada); Muge Bulat (Canada); Carly McKay (Canada/
United Kingdom); Tate Hubka (Canada); Luz Palacios-Derfl ingher (Canada);
Kathryn Schneider (Canada); Carolyn Emery (Canada)

❙ IMPACT OF A COMPREHENSIVE FIFA 11+ WORKSHOP ON YOUTH SOCCER
COACHES’ TASK SELF-EFFICACY FOR PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION #728
Oluwatoyosi Owoeye (Canada); Muge Bulat (Canada); Carly McKay (Canada/
United Kingdom); Tate Hubka (Canada); Luz Palacios-Derfl ingher (Canada);
Kathryn Schneider (Canada); Carolyn Emery (Canada)

❙ INJURIES IN 17-19 YEAR-OLD MALE AMATEUR SOCCER PLAYERS #764
Stefan Ackermann; Thomas Henke; Wilhelm Bloch (Germany)

❙ INJURIES IN MEN’S PROFESSIONAL FOOTBALL #529
Christian Klein; Hendrik Bloch; Patrick Luig; Thomas Henke; Petra Platen (Germany)

❙ INJURY RISK AMONG FEMALE SOCCER PLAYERS IN ZIMBABWE #408
Risk Matiya (Zimbabwe)

❙ INJURY SURVEILLANCE OF AN ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE FOOTBALL CLUB
ACADEMY BETWEEN 2012-2014 #467
Christopher Bacon; Carl Petersen (New Zealand)

❙ THE EFFICACY OF FIFA 11+ OVER A 6-YEAR PERIOD, IN ADOLESCENT FOOTBALL PLAYERS #609
Yasuaki Saho; Haruyasu Kato; Nakahori Chikako; Hiroshi Ikeda; Toru Fukubayashi (Japan)

❙ THE EPIDEMIOLOGY OF U.S. HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL (SOCCER) INJURIES, 2005-06 THROUGH 2013-14 #407
Morteza Khodaee; Dustin W. Currie; Irfan Asif; R. Dawn Comstock (USA)


SESSION 11 – HAMSTRINGS I

Chair: Gustaaf Reurink (The Netherlands)

❙ ASSOCIATION BETWEEN HAND-HELD DYNAMOMETER MEASURES OF HAMSTRING STRENGTH AND FORCE OBTAINED FROM THE NORDIC HAMSTRING EXERCISE #683
Kate Evans; Morgan Williams (United Kingdom)

❙ CHANGES IN TORQUE-ANGLE PROFILES OF THE HAMSTRINGS AND HAMSTRINGSTO-QUADRICEPS RATIO FOLLOWING TWO HAMSTRINGS STRENGTHENING EXERCISE INTERVENTIONS IN FEMALE HOCKEY PLAYERS #424
Anne Delextrat (United Kingdom); James Bateman (United Kingdom); Jos Vanrenterghem
(Belgium); Daniel Cohen (Colombia)

❙ HAMSTRINGS TRAINING EFFECT ON HIP AND KNEE JOINT FUNCTION,
MORPHOLOGY OF HAMSTRING MUSCLES, AND INJURY PREVENTION #496
Takashi Ono; Michio Tojima; Norikazu Hirose (Japan)

❙ IN-SEASON ARCHITECTURAL ADAPTATIONS OF THE BICEPS FEMORIS LONG HEAD IN ELITE AUSTRALIAN FOOTBALLERS #546
Ryan Timmins (Australia); Matthew Bourne (Australia); Morgan Williams (United Kingdom); David Opar (Australia)

❙ NORDIC HAMSTRING EXERCISE STRENGTH CHANGES OVER A SEASON IN
ACADEMY FOOTBALLERS #690
Sam Huggins; Nicholas Davies; Kate Evans; Morgan Williams (United Kingdom)

❙ REPRODUCIBILITY OF THE DrGONIOMETER APP IN NORDIC HAMSTRING TEST
ASSESSMENT #453
Stefano Vercelli; Alex Baldaccini; Francesco Sartorio; Elisabetta Bravini; Giorgio Ferriero
(Italy)

❙ THE EFFECT OF EXERCISE PRESCRIPTION ON FORCE OUTPUT AND MUSCLE
ACTIVATION DURING THE NORDIC HAMSTRING EXERCISE #642
Rob Buhmann; Anthony Shield; Casey Sims (Australia)

❙ THE EFFECT OF REPETITIVE KICKING ON KNEE FLEXOR NEUROMUSCULAR
FUNCTION #406
Steven Duhig (Australia); Morgan Williams (United Kingdom); Geoffrey Minett (Australia);
David Opar (Australia); Anthony Shield (Australia)


SESSION 12 – HAMSTRINGS II

Chair: Carolyn Emery (Canada)

❙ A COMPARISON OF THE ISOMETRIC FORCE FATIGUE-RECOVERY PROFILE IN TWO POSTERIOR CHAIN LOWER LIMB TESTS FOLLOWING SIMULATED FOOTBALL #875
Pedro E. Alcaraz (Spain); Anton Matinlauri (Spain); Afy Abedin-Maghanagi (Spain);
Tomas T. Freitas (Spain); Enrique Martínez-Ruiz (Spain); Alberto Castillo (Spain);
Jurdan Mendiguchia (Spain); Daniel D. Cohen (Colombia)

❙ A PREVIOUS HAMSTRING INJURY AFFECTS THE KICKING TECHNIQUE AND THIS IS INFLUENCED BY GENDER AND LIMB DOMINANCE #804
Archit Navandar; Santiago Veiga; Carlos García; Gonzalo Torres Marquéz; David Chorro;
Enrique Navarro (Spain)

❙ HAMSTRING MUSCLE INJURY IS THE FIRST INJURY DIAGNOSIS DURING MAJOR ATHLETICS CHAMPIONSHIPS #513
Pascal Edouard (France); Pedro Branco (Switzerland); Juan-Manue Alonso (Qatar)

❙ INFLUENCE OF FATIGUE ON HAMSTRING MUSCLE FUNCTION DURING REPEATED SPRINTS #504
Pascal Edouard (France); Philippe Gimenez (France); Pierrick Arnal (France);
Pedro Jimenez (Spain); Pierre Samozino (France); Jurdan Mendiguchia (Spain);
Matt Brughelli (New Zealand); Jean-Benoît Morin (France)

❙ NEUROMUSCULAR RESPONSES OF THE HAMSTRING MUSCLES DURING
UNANTICIPATED TRUNK PERTURBATIONS #691
Ayako Higashihara; Yasuharu Nagano; Hirofumi Ida; Kimitaka Nakazawa (Japan)

❙ PROXIMAL NEUROMUSCULAR CONTROL PROTECTS AGAINST HAMSTRING
INJURY IN MALE FOOTBALL PLAYERS: A PROSPECTIVE STUDY WITH EMG TIMESERIES ANALYSIS DURING MAXIMAL SPRINTING #404
Joke Schuermans (Belgium); Lieven Danneels (Belgium); Damien Van Tiggelen (Belgium);
Tanneke Palmans (Belgium); Erik Witvrouw (Qatar)

❙ RECRUITMENT OF BICEPS FEMORIS MUSCLE REGIONS AT DIFFERENT RUNNING SPEEDS #510
András Hegyi; Basílio Gonçalves; Taija Finni; Neil Cronin (Finland)

❙ REGIONAL DIFFERENCES IN BICEPS FEMORIS FASCICLE LENGTH AND PENNATION ANGLE AFTER A SIMULATED SOCCER MATCH #643
Basílio Gonçalves; András Hegyi; Janne Avela; Neil Cronin (Finland)


SESSION 13 – HIP

Chair: Per Hölmich (Denmark/Qatar)

❙ 95% PREVALENCE OF ABNORMALITY ON HIP MRI IN ELITE ACADEMY LEVEL
RUGBY UNION; A CLINICAL AND IMAGING STUDY OF HIP DISORDERS #605
Gareth Farrell; F Wilson; K Denvir; B O’Connell; E Irwin; C Gissane; M Logan; F McGrath
(Ireland)

❙ A CASE-CONTROL STUDY INVESTIGATING THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN 3-T MRI FINDINGS, BONY MORPHOLOGY, AND HIP PAIN AND FUNCTION IN PROFESSIONAL BALLET DANCERS AND NON-DANCING ATHLETES #473
Susan Mayes; Peter Smith; April-Rose Ferris; Jill Cook (Australia)

❙ CHANGES IN THE HIP IN YOUTH HOCKEY PLAYERS OVER 5 SEASONS #821
Karen briggs; Marc Philippon; Shannen McNamara; Charles Ho (USA)

❙ PREVALENCE OF ACETABULAR LABRAL TEARS IN ASYMPTOMATIC YOUNG
ATHLETES #820
Karen Briggs; Marc Philippon; Charles Ho; Shannen McNamara (USA)

❙ SPORT SPECIFIC PREVALENCE OF CHONDRAL INJURIES IN THE HIP #819
Karen Briggs; Marc Philippon; Christiano Trindade; Daniela Magione (USA)


SESSION 14 – ICE HOCKEY

Chair: Willem Meeuwisse (Canada)

❙ CONCUSSIONS IN INTERNATIONAL ICE HOCKEY CHAMPIONSHIPS AND OLYMPIC WINTER GAMES BETWEEN 2006 AND 2015 #1148
Markku Tuominen (Finland/Switzerland); Timo Hänninen (Finland); Jari Parkkari (Finland);
Michael J. Stuart (Switzerland/USA); Teemu M. Luoto (Finland); Pekka Kannus (Finland);
Mark Aubry (Switzerland/Canada)

❙ EFFECT OF PREVIOUS CONCUSSION ON SPORT-SPECIFIC SKILLS IN YOUTH ICE HOCKEY PLAYERS #544
Paul Eliason (Canada); Carly McKay (Canada/United Kingdom); Willem Meeuwisse
(Canada); Brent Hagel (Canada); Luc Nadeau (Canada); Carolyn Emery (Canada)

❙ HELMET FIT IN YOUTH ICE HOCKEY #744
Declan Patton (Canada/Australia); Shelby Blackmore (Canada); Brent Hagel (Canada);
Carolyn Emery (Canada)

❙ IMPACT TESTING OF DIFFERENT ICE HOCKEY BOARD DESIGNS #647
Kai-Uwe Schmitt; Markus Muser; Hansjuerg Thueler; Othmar Bruegger (Switzerland)

❙ INJURIES IN GERMAN MEN´S PROFESSIONAL ICE HOCKEY #439
Hendrik Bloch; Christian Klein; Patrick Luig (Germany)

❙ MOUTHGUARD USE IN YOUTH ICE HOCKEY AND THE RISK OF CONCUSSION AND DENTAL INJURIES #450
Dirk Chisholm; Christine Atkins; Luz Palacios-Derfl ingher; Kathryn Schneider;
Carolyn Emery; Brent Hagel (Canada)

❙ THE EFFECT OF BODY CHECKING POLICY CHANGE ON OFFENSIVE GAME SKILL PERFORMANCE IN 13-14 YEAR OLD ICE HOCKEY PLAYERS #579
Ash Kolstad; Luc Nadeau; Paul Eliason; Luz Palacios-Derfl ingher; Claude Goulet;
Carolyn A. Emery (Canada)

❙ TRAINING VOLUME AND CONCUSSION RISK IN MALE YOUTH ICE HOCKEY
PLAYERS: A PRIMARY PREVENTION PERSPECTIVE #742
Tracy Blake; Kerry MacDonald; Luz Palacios-Derfl ingher; Carolyn Emery (Canada)


SESSION 15 – IMPLEMENTATION

Chair: Caroline Finch (Australia)

❙ A CONCEPT MAPPING APPROACH TO IDENTIFY PERCEIVED FACILITATORS TO
ENHANCE THE IMPLEMENTATION OF INJURY PREVENTION TRAINING IN YOUTH
TEAM HANDBALL: THE I-PROTECT PROJECT #565
Eva Ageberg (Sweden); Sofi a Bunke (Sweden); Karolina Andersson (Sweden);
Per Nilsen (Sweden); Alex Donaldson (Australia)

❙ EFFECTIVELY TRAINING PHYSICAL EDUCATION TEACHERS TO IMPLEMENT INJURY PREVENTIVE STRATEGIES INTO THEIR PE LESSONS #795
Sien Vercruysse (Belgium)

❙ FIRST STEPS TOWARDS PREVENTION OF MUSCULOSKELETAL INJURIES IN SPEED SKATING #578
Alexander T.M. van de Water; Matthias Hendricks (The Netherlands)

❙ INJURIES IN YOUTH ATHLETICS HAVE MULTIPLE-LEVEL CAUSES THAT CALL FOR AN ECOLOGICAL INTERVENTION APPROACH: A NATIONAL SPORTING COMMUNITY CONSENSUS REPORT #779
Jenny Jacobsson; Daniel Bergin; Toomas Timpka; James Nyce; Örjan Dahlström
(Sweden)

❙ INJURY PREVENTION IN YOUNG ATHLETES: INFLUENCE OF PREVENTIONSUPERVISION ON COMPLIANCE #677
Josefi ne Stoll; Juliane Mueller; Steffen Mueller; Michael Cassel; Frank Mayer (Germany)

❙ SPORTS AND EXERCISE SAFETY IN FINLAND – LiVE: AN IMPLEMENTATION
PROGRAM TO SPORT CLUBS AND SCHOOLS #750
Jari Parkkari; Kati Pasanen; Anne-Mari Jussila; Raija Oksanen; Anna Ojala;
Katariina Autio; Pekka Kannus (Finland)

❙ THE DEVELOPMENT OF INJURY PREVENTION EDUCATIONAL TOOLS FOR
EVALUATION IN CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS IN SCHOOL AND COMMUNITY
SETTINGS #704
Maya Djerboua; Carla van den Berg; Sarah A. Richmond; Megan McKinlay; Kyla White;
Brent Hagel; Carolyn Emery (Canada)

❙ THE FEASIBILITY OF A SPORTS PHYSICAL THERAPIST LED IMPLEMENTATION OF A PREVENTIVE TRAINING PROGRAM IN A DUTCH AMATEUR FOOTBALL CLUB #715
Maartje Verheul; Maarten Barendrecht (The Netherlands)

❙ THE TRANSLATION OF SPORTS INJURY PREVENTION AND SAFETY PROMOTION KNOWLEDGE: INSIGHTS FROM KEY ORGANISATIONS #480
Sheree Bekker; Penny Paliadelis; Caroline Finch (Australia)

❙ UNDERSTANDING ATHLETES’ USE OF EXERCISE AND NON-EXERCISE BASED
INJURY PREVENTION STRATEGIES #660
Thomas Love (United Kingdom); Camilla Knight (United Kingdom); Black Katherine
(New Zealand)


SESSION 16 – KNEE I

Chair: Takeshi Muneta (Japan)

❙ INVESTIGATION OF THE LOWER EXTREMITY STATIC POSTURES PREDICTING
VALGUS COLLAPSE DURING DROP LANDING IN KOREAN MALE AND FEMALE –
LOGICAL ANALYSIS OF DATA (LAD) APPROACH #793
Sae Yong Lee (South Korea); Seok Gi Lee (USA); Yuncheol Kang (South Korea);
Young Min Chun (South Korea); Chang-Young Kim (South Korea); In Deok Kong
(South Korea)

❙ IS MOVEMENT OF LOWER EXTREMITY DURING SPORTS MANEUVERS SIMILAR? #530
Yukio Urabe; Moriyama Nobuaki; Morita Miho; Suzuki Yuta; Maeda Noriaki (Japan)

❙ KINEMATIC ANALYSIS OF PRESSING MOVEMENTS IN WOMEN’S SOCCER
COMPETITIONS #836
Shogo Sasaki (Japan); Hideyuki Koga (Japan); Tron Krosshaug (Norway);
Toru Fukubayashi (Japan)

❙ KNEE VALGUS ANGLE AND LOADING ACROSS COMMON ATHLETIC TASKS; REFERENCE VALUES AND GENDER DIFFERENCES IN A HEALTHY POPULATION #896
Faisal Alenezi (United Kingdom/Saudi Arabia); Lee Herrington (Saudi Arabia);
Paul Jones (Saudi Arabia); Richard Jones (Saudi Arabia)

❙ MECHANISMS OF ANTERIOR CRUCIATE LIGAMENT INJURIES IN HIGH SCHOOL
ATHLETES #458
Saeko Takahashi; Yasuharu Nagano; Wataru Ito; Toru Okuwaki (Japan)

❙ MECHANISMS OF ANTERIOR CRUCIATE LIGAMENT INJURIES IN VOLLEYBALL #602
Yukiko Karita; Yuka Kimura; Yuji Yamamoto; Takuya Naraoka; Shizuka Sasaki;
Kazutomo Miura; Eiichi Tsuda; Yasuyuki Ishibashi (Japan)

❙ NEUROMUSCULAR TRAINING EFFECTS ON THE STIFFNESS PROPERTIES OF THE KNEE JOINT AND LANDING BIOMECHANICS OF YOUNG FEMALE RECREATIONAL ATHLETES #656
Dan Wang (Ireland/China); Giuseppe De Vito (Ireland); Massimiliano Ditroilo (Ireland);
Eamonn Delahunt (Ireland)

❙ PREVENTION OF ACL INJURIES IN OLYMPIC SPORTS – FIRST STEPS FOR A
NATIONAL “ACL REGISTRY IN FOOTBALL” #794
Werner Krutsch; Christian Gündisch; Michael Nerlich; Peter Angele (Germany)


SESSION 17 – KNEE II

Chair: Lars Engebretsen (Norway/Switzerland)

❙ ALLOMETRICALLY SCALED H:Q RATIOS: TIME TO SHARPEN OUR VISION
CONCERNING STRENGTH RATIOS AS INJURY RISK FACTOR! #661
Rafeeuddin Radin (United Kingdom); Raihana Sharir (United Kingdom); Mark Robinson
(United Kingdom); Keith George (United Kingdom); Greg Atkinson (United Kingdom);
Lorenzo Lolli (United Kingdom); Matt Konopinski (United Kingdom); Jos Vanrenterghem
(Belgium)

❙ DYNAMIC TAPING AND HIGH FRONTAL PLANE KNEE PROJECTION ANGLE IN
FEMALE VOLLEYBALL ATHLETES #699
Natalia Bittencourt; Marcela Leite; Alysson Zuin; Marina Pereira; Gabriela Gonçalves;
Silvanio Signoretti (Brazil)

❙ HAMSTRING/QUADRICEPS RATIO IN ACL INJURY PREDICTION IN ELITE FOOTBALL PLAYERS #719
Monika Grygorowicz; Martyna Michalowska; Tomasz Walczak; Jakub Grabski;
Andrzej Pyda; Tomasz Piontek (Poland)

❙ IMPLICIT AND EXPLICIT VIDEO FEEDBACK ON LANDING MECHANICS:
A RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL #700
Nelson Cortes (USA); Tijana Popovic (USA); Oladipo Eddo (USA); Anne Benjaminse
(The Netherlands); Amanda Caswell (USA); Shane Caswell (USA)

❙ OVERTRAINING AS A RISK FACTOR FOR ANTERIOR CRUCIATE LIGAMENT
RUPTURE IN FEMALE BASKETBALL PLAYERS #871
Tamara Stojmenovic; Tatjana Malic; Milica Vukasinovic-Vesic; Marija Andjelkovic;
Nenad Dikic (Serbia)

❙ THE EFFECT OF FUNCTIONAL FATIGUE ON KNEE FORCE SENSE IN UNINJURED ADULT MALE FOOTBALL PLAYERS #617
Nicholas Clark; Mark Rolleston (United Kingdom)

❙ THE FRONTAL PLANE KNEE PROJECTION ANGLE IN ELITE MALE VOLLEYBALL
ATHLETES IS INCREASED AFTER AN INCREMENTAL SHUTTLE RUN TEST UNTIL
VOLUNTARY FATIGUE #846
Luciana Mendonça; Natália Bittencourt; Davidson Silva; Luciano Prado (Brazil)

❙ WEAK LOWER EXTREMITY MUSCLE STRENGTH IS A RISK FACTOR FOR
TRAUMATIC KNEE INJURY IN YOUTH FEMALE ATHLETES #471
Sofi a Ryman Augustsson; Eva Ageberg (Sweden)


SESSION 18 – KNEE III

Chair: Hideyuki Koga (Japan)

❙ ANTERIOR CRUCIATE LIGAMENT INJURY: IDENTIFYING INFORMATION SOURCES AND LEVEL OF RISK FACTOR RECOGNITION AMONG THE GENERAL PUBLIC #517
Yasuharu Nagano; Yako-Suketomo Hiroko; Natsui Hiroaki (Japan)

❙ EFFECTIVENESS OF ECCENTRIC HIP ABDUCTION EXERCISE ON KNEE ABDUCTION MOMENT FOR ONE-YEAR FOLLOW-UP #415
Yasuaki Okawa; Yasuaki Saho; Kana Iwano; Sayaka Yasui (Japan)

❙ EXERCISE-BASED KNEE INJURY PREVENTION CLINICAL PRACTICE GUIDELINES #572
Amelia Arundale (USA); Mario Bizzini (Switzerland); Airelle Giordano (USA);
Joseph Godges (USA); Timothy Hewett (USA); David Logerstedt (USA); Bert Mandelbaum (USA); David Scalzitti (USA); Hollly Silvers-Granelli (USA); Lynn Snyder-Mackler (USA)

❙ INJURY PREVENTION THROUGH EXTERNAL SENSOMOTORIC SUPPORT? #864
Jürgen Herfert; Yvonne Landkammer; Robert Sassmann; Sebastian Edtinger;
Angelika Moder; Anton Wicker (Austria)

❙ LOWER LEG BIOMECHANICS ASYMMETRIES DURING LANDING AFTER ANTERIOR CRUCIATE LIGAMENT RECONSTRUCTION #570
Yuka Kimura; Yuji Yamamoto; Takuya Naraoka; Yukiko Karita; Eiichi Tsuda;
Yasuyuki Ishibashi; Misato Makino (Japan)

❙ PAINFUL EVALUATION AND INJURY PREVENTION OF LOWER EXTREMITY THROUGH CYCLING DIAGNOSIS SYSTEM DEVELOPMENT: COMPUTATIONAL AND EXPERIMENTAL APPROACHES #420
Penny Wen; Bing-Shiang Yang (China)

❙ PEAK PLANTAR FORCE IN ELITE SOCCER PLAYERS FOLLOWING ACL
RECONSTRUCTION: GREATER SYMMETRY AFTER 9 MONTHS WHEN RUNNING #634
Athol Thomson (Qatar/United Kingdom); Rod Whiteley (Qatar); Einar Einarsson (Qatar);
Chris Bleakley (United Kingdom)

❙ TIBIOFEMORAL LATERAL COMPARTMENT’S MORPHOLOGY AS A RISK FACTOR:
A RADIOGRAPHIC COMPARISON BETWEEN ACL-RUPTURED AND NON-INJURED
SUBJECTS #766
Renato Andrade (Portugal); Sebastiano Vasta (Italy); Rogério Pereira (Portugal); Ana Leal
(Portugal); Luís Silva (Portugal); Cátia Saavedra (Portugal); Ricardo Bastos (Portugal);
Rui Rocha (Portugal); Alberto Monteiro (Portugal); Nuno Sevivas (Portugal); Rocco Papalia (Italy); João Espregueira-Mendes (Portugal)


SESSION 19 – METHODOLOGY FOR INJURY SURVEILLANCE

Chair: Karim Khan (Canada)

❙ A MULTIDISCIPLINARY SPORTS MEDICINE PERFORMANCE MODEL IN ELITE
WOMEN’S INTERNATIONAL SOCCER #505
Stephen Boyce; Oliver Davies; Michael McKenna; Andrew White; Mark Dixon;
Niall Elliott (United Kingdom)

❙ DEVELOPMENT OF A NEW SMART SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM FOR MONITORING
SPORTS INJURIES #463
Mohsen Sadeghi; Mohammad Hossein Alizadeh (Iran)

❙ EPIDEMIOLOGICAL INJURY SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM DURING MAJOR ATHLETICS CHAMPIONSHIPS: WHAT IS THE METHODOLOGICAL QUALITY? #511
Pascal Edouard (France); Pedro Branco (Switzerland); Juan-Manuel Alonso (Qatar);
Astrid Junge (Switzerland/Germany)

❙ GERMAN TRANSLATION AND CONTENT VALIDATION OF THE OSTRC
QUESTIONNAIRE ON OVERUSE INJURIES AND HEALTH PROBLEMS #680
Anja Hirschmüller (Germany/Switzerland); Kathrin Steffen (Norway); Katharina Fassbender (Germany); Ben Clarsen (Norway); Reiner Leonhard (Germany); Lukas Konstantinidis (Germany); Norbert P Südkamp (Germany); Eva Johanna Kubosch (Germany)

❙ IMPLEMENTATION OF AN INJURY AND ILLNESS SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM IN
PARALYMPIC ATHLETES (ISSPA) – A STUDY IN GERMAN PARACYCLING ATHLETES #455
Eva Johanna Kubosch (Germany); Katharina Fassbender (Germany); Kathrin Steffen
(Norway); Nobert Südkamp (Germany); Anja Hirschmüller (Germany)

❙ INJURY SURVEILLANCE IN COMMUNITY AUSTRALIAN RULES FOOTBALL USING
SMS TECHNOLOGY AND ONLINE SURVEYS #943
Laura M Schwab (Australia)

❙ LOOKING BEYOND RECURRENCE; CURRENT METHODS FOR REPORTING
MULTIPLE INDIVIDUAL INJURY IN STUDIES OF TEAM BALL SPORTS #646
Lauren Fortington (Australia); Henk van der Worp (The Netherlands);
Inge van den Akker-Scheek (The Netherlands); Caroline Finch (Australia)

❙ USING MOBILE DEVICES TO MONITOR HEALTH AND WELLBEING, IN AND OUT OF COMPETITION, IN ELITE INTERNATIONAL WOMENS SOCCER #508
Stephen Boyce; Andrew White; Michael McKenna; Mark Dixon; Oliver Davies; Niall Elliott
(United Kingdom)


SESSION 20 – MOVEMENT QUALITY SCREENING TESTS

Chair: Evert Verhagen (The Netherlands)

❙ APPRAISAL OF THE FUNCTIONAL MOVEMENT SCREEN IN FOOTBALL INJURY
PREDICTION #717
Monika Grygorowicz; Martyna Michalowska; Tomasz Piontek (Poland)

❙ FUNCTIONAL MOVEMENT SCREEN AND LOWER LIMB STRENGTH ASYMMETRY IN PROFESSIONAL SOCCER PLAYERS #488
Italo Sannicandro; Giacomo Cofano; Anna Rosa Rosa; Paolo Trafi cante; Andrea Piccinno
(Italy)

❙ IT’S NOT ‘WHO’ BUT ‘HOW BADLY’: THE ASSOCIATION OF FUNCTIONAL
MOVEMENT SCREEN SCORE WITH INJURY OUTCOME IN COMMUNITY RUGBY
UNION #590
Matt Attwood; Simon Roberts; Grant Trewartha; Mike England; Keith Stokes (United Kingdom)

❙ PREDICTING LOWER EXTREMITY INJURY RISK IN SPORT THROUGH MOVEMENT QUALITY SCREENING: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW #452
Jackie Whittaker (Canada); Sarah de la Motte (USA); Liz Dennett (Canada);
Nadine Booysen (United Kingdom); Cara Lewis (USA); David Wilson (United Kingdom);
Carly McKay (Canada/United Kingdom); Martin Warner (United Kingdom);
Darin Padua (USA); Carolyn Emery (Canada); Maria Stokes (United Kingdom)

❙ Y- BALANCE TEST SCORE COMPARISON BETWEEN PRE-SEASON AND IN-SEASON IN YOUTH ATHLETES #859
Natalia Bittencourt; Marcela Leite; Leandro Garcia; Luciana Mendonça;
Ana Carolina Bithencourt; Gabriela Gonçalves (Brazil)


SESSION 21 – NON-INJURY HEALTH ISSUES

Chair: Antonio Pelliccia (Italy)

❙ ADAPTED EVALUATION PROTOCOLS FOR TEENAGE ATHLETES COMPETING AT YOUTH OLYMPIC GAMES: SAFEGUARDING AND PROTECTING YOUNG CHAMPIONS #777
Paolo Emilio Adami; Maria Rosaria Squeo; Filippo Maria Quattrini;
Fernando Maria Di Paolo; Cataldo Pisicchio; Roberto Ciardo; Luisa Verdile;
Stefano Caselli; Viviana Maestrini; Antonio Spataro; Antonio Pelliccia (Italy)

❙ AMETROPIA, VISUAL DEFICITS AND MOTOR PERFORMANCE IN SCHOOL SPORTS #538
Gernot Jendrusch; Vanessa Oertzen-Hagemann; Petra Platen (Germany)

❙ DEVELOPMENT OF A SKIN CANCER PREVENTION PROGRAMME FOR OUTDOOR ATHLETES #870
Nina Nachtigall; Hans Michael Ockenfels (Germany)

❙ GOOD EYESIGHT – A BASIC PRECONDITION FOR SAFETY AND PERFORMANCE IN SPORTS #539
Gernot Jendrusch; Vanessa Oertzen-Hagemann (Germany)

❙ OPTIMISING ORAL HEALTH AMONG DUTCH ELITE ATHLETES FOR RIO 2016 #576
Eppo Wolvius; Lea Kragt; Cees-Rein van den Hoogenband; Maarten Moen
(The Netherlands)

❙ ORAL HEALTH OF UK ATHLETES AND IMPACT ON PERFORMANCE #422
Julie Gallagher (United Kingdom)

❙ SHARP – SPORTS MENTAL HEALTH AWARENESS RESEARCH PROJECT:
PREVALENCE AND RISK FACTORS OF DEPRESSIVE SYMPTOMS AND LIFE STRESS IN ELITE ATHLETES #626
Sarah Beable; Mark Fulcher; Bruce Hamilton; Arier Chun-Lee (New Zealand)


SESSION 22 – PREVENTING RUGBY INJURIES

Chair: Simon Kemp (United Kingdom)

❙ A DOWNWARD HEAD POSTURE LEADS TO HIGHER CERVICAL SPINE LOADING
DURING HEAD-FIRST IMPACTS IN SIMULATED RUGBY TACKLES #482
Elena Seminati; Ezio Preatoni; Grant Trewartha; Keith Stokes; Sean Williams;
Dario Cazzola (United Kingdom)

❙ ARE EXERCISE-BASED INTERVENTIONS EFFECTIVE IN REDUCING INJURIES IN
TACKLE COLLISION BALL SPORTS? A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW #589
Nicola Sewry (South Africa); Evert Verhagen (South Africa/The Netherlands);
Mike Lambert (South Africa/The Netherlands); Willem Van Mechelen (South Africa/
The Netherlands); Wayne Viljoen (South Africa); Clint Redhead (South Africa);
James Brown (South Africa/The Netherlands)

❙ NECK FUNCTION IN ELITE MALE RUGBY UNION PLAYERS: RESULTS FROM A PILOT FOR AN INTERVENTION STUDY #891
Bianca Zietsman; Espen Aag Holth; Peter McCarthy (United Kingdom)

❙ TACKLE DIRECTION AND DOMINANT SIDE AFFECT UPPER BODY LOADING DURING RUGBY TACKLES #484
Elena Seminati; Dario Cazzola; Ezio Preatoni; Keith Stokes; Sean Williams;
Grant Trewartha (United Kingdom)

❙ THE BOKSMART SAFE SIX: FUNCTIONAL WARM-UP TO REDUCE INJURIES IN
RUGBY UNION. DESIGN OF A CLUSTER RCT #416
Nicola Sewry (South Africa); Evert Verhagen (South Africa/The Netherlands);
Mike Lambert (South Africa/The Netherlands); Willem van Mechelen (South Africa/
The Netherlands); James Brown (South Africa/The Netherlands)

❙ THE IMPLEMENTATION AND ADOPTION OF THE INJURY PREVENTION EXERCISE PROGRAMME GAA 15 IN GAELIC FOOTBALL CLUB TEAMS IN THE COUNTIES OF MAYO AND LONDON #754
John Reilly; Courtney Kipps (United Kingdom)

❙ THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN TACKLE COACHING METHODS AND PLAYERS’
TACKLE TRAINING ATTITUDES AND BEHAVIOURS #748
Sharief Hendricks (United Kingdom/South Africa); Lindsay Starling (South Africa);
Ben Jones (United Kingdom); Kevin Till (United Kingdom); Mike Lambert (South Africa/
The Netherlands)

❙ WORKLOAD SPIKES COMBINED WITH HIGH CUMULATIVE LOAD IS ASSOCIATED WITH INCREASED INJURY RISK IN ELITE RUGBY SEVENS PLAYERS #684
Stephen West; Sean Williams; Matthew Cross; Dan Howells; Remi Mobed; Simon Kemp;
Keith Stokes (United Kingdom)


SESSION 23 – RTP & INJURY CONSEQUENCES

Chair: Cheri Blauwet (USA)

❙ A STUDY ON MEDICATION USE AND INJURIES IN OVER 1500 NOVICE RUNNERS #568
Henk van der Worp (The Netherlands); Marienke van Middelkoop (The Netherlands);
Fred Hartgens (The Netherlands); Bionka Huisstede (The Netherlands); Per Wilms
(The Netherlands); Bas Kluitenberg (The Netherlands); Evert Verhagen (The Netherlands/
Australia/South Africa); Nadine Rasenberg (The Netherlands); Ron Diercks (The Netherlands)

❙ DECISION MAKING IN THE RETURN TO PLAY AND PREVENTION STRATEGIES –
ANALYSIS OF ELITE FOOTBALL PLAYERS AND TEAM COACHES` VIEW #800
Werner Krutsch; Peter Angele; Michael Nerlich; Oliver Loose (Germany)

❙ I WAS AN ACROBAT. AM I IN PAIN? #722
Úrsula Martins; João Cunha; Lourenço França; João Amaro; Joana Gomes;
Catarina Aguiar Branco (Portugal)

❙ PREVENTATIVE RISK FACTORS FOR OSTEOARTHRITIS IN GREAT BRITAIN’S
OLYMPIANS #644
Dale Cooper; Mark Batt; Brigitte Scammell; Debbie Palmer-Green (United Kingdom)

❙ SUBSEQUENT ARM INJURY RISK FOLLOWING REHABILITATION AND RETURN TO SPORT #577
Ellen Shanley; Amanda Arnold; Richard Hawkins; John Tokish; Michael Kissenberth;
Douglass Wyland; Charles Thigpen (USA)

❙ THE EPIDEMIOLOGICAL STUDY OF POST-TRAUMATIC KNEE OSTEOARTHRITIS
AFTER KNEE LIGAMENT OR MENISCUS INJURIES USING NATIONAL HEALTH
INSURANCE SERVICE (NHIS) 514,866 COHORT DATA: RETROSPECTIVE COHORT
STUDY #855
Sang Gyun Kim; So Young Lee; Young Hee Lee; Sae Yong Lee (South Korea)

❙ THE USE OF NON-STEROIDAL ANTI-INFLAMMATORIES (NSAIDs) AT THE 2016
LONDON MARATHON #658
Steven Whatmough; Stephen Mears; Courtney Kipps (United Kingdom)

❙ UNDERSTANDING HOW CLINICIANS AND ATHLETES MAKE RETURN TO PLAY
DECISIONS – TOWARDS PREVENTING RE INJURIES #378
Adam Weir (Qatar); Arnlaug Wangensteen (Qatar); Andreas Serner (Qatar);
Russel J. Steele (Canada); Ian Shrier (Canada)

❙ WHAT DOES RETURN TO PRE-INJURY RISK MEAN? #426
Ian Shrier; Meng Zhao; Alexandre Piché; Pavel Slavchev; Russell J. Steele (Canada)


SESSION 24 – RUGBY INJURY EPIDEMIOLOGY

Chair: Jon Patricios (South Africa)

❙ AN EPIDEMIOLOGICAL STUDY OF MATCH INJURIES IN YOUTH RUGBY UNION #659
Michael Hislop; Keith Stokes; Sean Williams; Simon Kemp; Mike England;
Grant Trewartha (United Kingdom)

❙ AN INCREASING INCIDENCE OF INJURIES DURING THE SUPER RUGBY
TOURNAMENT: A PROSPECTIVE STUDY OVER 4 YEARS INVOLVING 69 194 PLAYERHOURS #791
Martin Schwellnus; Dina Christina Janse van Rensburg; Charl Janse van Rensburg;
Esme Jordaan; Audrey Jansen van Rensburg; Wayne Derman; Clint Redhead (South Africa)

❙ ASSESSMENT OF RISK FACTORS INVOLVED WITH CONTACT AND NON-CONTACT INJURIES IN U.S. RUGBY-7s #812
Victor Lopez (USA/New Zealand); Richard Ma (USA); Meryle Weinstein (USA);
Patria Hume (New Zealand); Robert Cantu (USA/Ireland); Christian Victoria (USA);
Samuel Haleem (USA); Jessica Delallo (USA); Answorth Anthony Allen (USA)

❙ CATASTROPHIC INJURY INCIDENCE RATES IN SOUTH AFRICAN RUGBY UNION: ARE THERE REGIONAL DIFFERENCES? #411
Marelise Badenhorst (South Africa/The Netherlands); Evert Verhagen (South Africa/
The Netherlands); Willem van Mechelen (South Africa/The Netherlands); Mike Lambert
(South Africa/The Netherlands); Wayne Viljoen (South Africa); Clint Redhead
(South Africa); Gail Baerecke (South Africa); James Brown (South Africa/The Netherlands)

❙ EPIDEMIOLOGY OF INJURIES IN ENGLISH COMMUNITY LEVEL RUGBY UNION
USING SMS PLAYER SELF-REPORTED DATA #466
Simon Roberts; Grant Trewartha; Mike England; Matt Attwood; Keith Stokes
(United Kingdom)

❙ INJURIES IN AMERICAN YOUTH RUGBY-7s: AN EMERGING ADOLESCENT
COLLISION SPORT #886
Victor Lopez, Jr (USA/New Zealand); Richard Ma (USA); Meryle Weinstein (USA);
Patria Hume (New Zealand); Robert Cantu (USA/Ireland); Christian Victoria (USA);
Sophie Queler (USA); Answorth Anthony Allen (USA)

❙ SINGAPORE RUGBY UNION INJURY SURVEILLANCE: HOW DO WE COMPARE TO PREVIOUS FINDINGS IN RUGBY UNION AND DO WE NEED TO IMPROVE? #753
Dinesh Sirisena; Henderson Annie (Singapore)

❙ U.S. RUGBY-7s: THE AMERICAN EXPERIENCE WITH A GROWING AMATEUR
COLLISION SPORT #630
Victor Lopez, Jr (USA/New Zealand); Richard Ma (USA); Meryle Weinstein (USA);
Patria Hume (New Zealand); Robert Cantu (USA/Ireland); Christian Victoria (USA);
Erica Marcano (USA); Answorth Anthony Allen (USA)


SESSION 25 – RUNNING INJURIES

Chair: Jonathan Drezner (USA)

❙ A 12MM, IN-SHOE ORTHOTIC HEEL LIFT ADDED TO STANDARD RUNNING SHOES LOWERS ACHILLES TENDON LOADING #761
Simon Bartold (Australia)

❙ A COMPARISON OF CALCANEAL BONE DENSITY IN COLLEGIATE ATHLETES AND NON-ATHLETES #433
Jason Bennett (USA)

❙ CAN ULTRASOUND IMAGING PREDICT THE DEVELOPMENT OF ACHILLES AND
PATELLAR TENDINOPATHY? A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW AND META-ANALYSIS #534
Sean Mc Auliffe (Ireland); Karen Mc Creesh (Ireland); Kieran O’Sullivan (Qatar);
Helen Purtill (Ireland); Fiona Culloty (Ireland)

❙ DOES FOOT PRONATION CAUSE VASCULAR CONSTRICTION? #492
Evi Wezenbeek; Tine Willems; Nele Mahieu; Ine Van Caekenberghe; Dirk De Clercq;
Erik Witvrouw (Belgium)

❙ PERCEPTION OF HEALTH PROBLEMS AMONG COMPETITIVE RUNNERS: QUALITATIVE STUDY OF COGNITIVE APPRAISALS AND BEHAVIOURAL RESPONSES #775
Sara Jelvegård (Sweden); Toomas Timpka (Sweden); Victor Bargoria (Sweden/Kenya);
Håkan Gauffi n (Sweden); Jenny Jacobsson (Sweden)

❙ THE IMPACT OF RUNNING INJURIES IN RELATION TO OTHER REASONS FOR
DISCONTINUED RUNNING IN NOVICE RUNNERS #533
Michael Lejbach Bertelsen; Sten Rasmussen; Rasmus Østergaard Nielsen (Denmark)

❙ THE IMPACT OF RUNNING LEVEL ON THE ASSOCIATION BETWEEN RUNNING
DISTANCE AND INJURY RISK #868
Camma Damsted (Denmark); Rasmus Østergaard Nielsen (Denmark); Laurent Malisoux
(Luxembourg)

❙ THE INFLUENCE OF THE TIME SCALE USED IN TIME-TO-EVENT ANALYSES ON THE IDENTIFICATION OF TRAINING-RELATED RISK FACTORS IN RUNNING #867
Camma Damsted (Denmark); Rasmus Østergaard Nielsen (Denmark); Laurent Malisoux
(Luxembourg)

❙ TRAINING TRENDS AND INJURY INCIDENCES AMONG IRISH DISTANCE RUNNERS #712
Colin Griffin; Brendan Egan; Catherine Blake; Peter Horgan (Ireland)

❙ WHAT CHARACTERISES CHAMPION RUNNERS’ MANAGEMENT OF INJURY AND
ILLNESS? QUALITATIVE STUDY AT IAAF ATHLETICS WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS #771
Toomas Timpka (Sweden); Victor Bargoria (Sweden/Kenya); Karin Halje (Sweden);
Jenny Jacobsson (Sweden)


SESSION 26 – SCREENING FOR INJURY RISK

Chair: York Olaf Schumacher (Qatar)

❙ AN ASSESSMENT OF CLINICAL JOINT AND LIMB MEASURES IN PROFESSIONAL
FEMALE SOCCER PLAYERS: SCREENING TOOLS FOR INJURY PREVENTION? #674
Kristian Weaver; Nicola Relph (United Kingdom)

❙ BACK PAIN RISK FACTORS IN ADOLESCENT ATHLETES: SUITABILITY OF
A BIOMECHANICAL SCREENING TOOL? #631
Steffen Mueller; Juliane Mueller; Josefi ne Stoll; Tilman Engel; Frank Mayer (Germany)

❙ DECREASED AVERAGE POWER OF THE HIP EXTERNAL MUSCLES AS A RISK
FACTOR FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF LOWER EXTREMITY INJURY IN WOMEN:
A PROSPECTIVE STUDY #388
Ruth Verrelst (Belgium); Damien Van Tiggelen (Belgium); Roel De Ridder (Belgium);
Erik Witvrouw (Qatar)

❙ FIGC TERRITORIAL CENTERS: A PILOT STUDY TO DETERMINE THE LOWER LIMB STRENGTH ASYMMETRY IN YOUNG SOCCER PLAYERS #489
Italo Sannicandro; Vito Tisci; Antonio Quarto; Giacomo Cofano; Anna Rosa Rosa (Italy)

❙ INDIVIDUAL PHYSICAL MONITORING FOR ELITE WOMEN’S INTERNATIONAL
SOCCER PLAYERS: AN EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMME #503
Stephen Boyce; Oliver Davies; Michael McKenna; Andrew White; Mark Dixon; Niall Elliott
(United Kingdom)

❙ MEASURES OF LIMB SYMMETRY USED FOR INJURY RISK IDENTIFICATION: WHAT IS NORMAL? #826
Scott Lawrance; Clyde Killian; Peter Rundquist; Walter Jenkins (USA)

❙ PRELIMINARY EVIDENCE ON THE EFFICACY OF CRANIAL OSTEOPATHY IN
PROFESSIONAL FOOTBALL #372
Frederic Van Burm (Belgium/Austria); Arnold Goedhart (The Netherlands)

❙ PRE-SEASON ISOKINETIC SCREENING OF NEUROMUSCULAR RISK FACTORS IN ELITE FOOTBALL #446
Rogério Pereira; Renato Andrade; Ricardo Vidal; Filipe Castanheira; Ana Leal;
Cátia Saavedra; Nuno Pais; Hugo Duarte; Luís Silva; Alberto Monteiro; Nuno Loureiro;
João Espregueira-Mendes (Portugal)

❙ RELIABILITY OF PHOTOGRAPHIC POSTURAL ASSESSMENT IN MALE ELITE JUNIOR SOCCER PLAYERS (UNDER 16, 17 & 19) #625
Karen Hajduk; Dietmar Schmidtbleicher (Germany)

❙ RELIABILITY, PRECISION OF MEASUREMENT AND MINIMAL DETECTABLE
DIFFERENCE OF RIGHT AND LEFT KNEE EXTENSION FORCE SENSE
MEASUREMENT IN UNINJURED ADULT MALE FOOTBALL PLAYERS #614
Nicholas Clark; Mark Rolleston (United Kingdom)


SESSION 27 – UPPER EXTREMITY

Chair: Ann Cools (Belgium)

❙ HIGH PREVALENCE OF SUBSTANTIAL SHOULDER PROBLEMS AMONG ELITE
ADOLESCENT HANDBALL PLAYERS: THE KAROLINSKA HANDBALL STUDY #751
Martin Asker (Sweden); Lena W Holm (Sweden/Canada); Henrik Källberg (Sweden);
Markus Waldén (Sweden); Eva Skillgate (Sweden)

❙ POSSIBLE STRENGTH DEFICIT IN SHOULDER ROTATION FOR HYPERMOBILE
SWIMMERS #392
Behnam Liaghat (United Kingdom/Denmark); Aki Salo (United Kingdom);
Birgit Juul-Kristensen (Denmark)

❙ SHOULDER FUNCTION AND SHOULDER COMPLAINTS IN DANISH ELITE
BADMINTON PLAYERS #536
Connie Linnebjerg (Denmark); Mette Zebis (Denmark); Merete Møller (Denmark);
Vollaard Niels (United Kingdom)

❙ THE SELF ASSESSMENT CORNER (SAC METHOD): A NOVEL WAY TO SELF ASSESS SHOULDER ROTATOR CUFF STRENGTH: A RELIABILITY AND VALIDITY STUDY #551
Philippe Decleve; Ann Cools (Belgium)

❙ THERE’S AN APP FOR THAT: RELIABILITY OF AN IPHONE APP TO ASSESS UPPER EXTREMITY PROPRIOCEPTION AND STABILITY #735
James Lynch; Keeley Smith; Vrund Patel; Kayla Luchan (USA)

❙ THREE-DIMENSIONAL ANALYSIS OF SCAPULAR KINEMATICS DURING ARM
ELEVATION IN BASEBALL PLAYERS WITH SCAPULAR DYSKINESIS: COMPARISON
OF DOMINANT AND NON-DOMINANT ARMS #835
Ho-Dong Yu; Jin-Young Park (South Korea)

❙ THREE-DIMENSIONAL IN-VIVO SCAPULAR KINEMATICS AND SHR: A COMPARISON BETWEEN ACTIVE AND PASSIVE MOTION #689
Doo-sup Kim (South Korea)

❙ ULTRASONOGRAPHIC CHANGES OF UPPER EXTREMITY TENDONS IN
RECREATIONAL BADMINTON PLAYERS: THE EFFECT OF HAND DOMINANCE AND COMPARISON WITH CLINICAL FINDINGS #818
Jin Park; Young-Hee Lee; In Deok Kong; Tae-jun Park; Jae Seung Chang; Taeho Kim;
Hi Chan Lee (South Korea)


SESSION 28 – UPPER EXTREMITY & SPINE

Chair: Rod Whiteley (Qatar)

❙ COMPARISON OF THE GLENOID RETROVERSION BY AGE AND POSITION IN ELITE BASEBALL PLAYERS: ASSESSMENT OF 291 ELITE PLAYERS FROM JUNIORS TO PROFESSIONALS #845
Jin-Young Park; Jung-Joo Lim (South Korea)

❙ EPIDEMIOLOGY OF BACK PAIN IN SPORTS: A CROSS-SECTIONAL STUDY #499
Daniela Fett; Katharina Trompeter; Petra Platen (Germany)

❙ LOW BACK PAIN RISK FACTORS IN OLYMPIC CLASS SAILORS OCCUR
PRE-REGATTA AND WITHIN THE REGATTA #376
Shawn Hunt; Kathryn Roach; Ira Fiebert (USA)

❙ SPINE DESEASE PREVENTION IN TECHNICAL SPORTS #668
Irina Zelenkova; Sergey Zotkin; Dmithry Almiashev; Dmithry Savin (Russian Federation)

❙ SPORTS-RELATED ELBOW ULNAR COLLATERAL LIGAMENT INJURY IN THE 21ST CENTURY #419
Jason Zaremski; JoAnna McClelland; Heather Vincent; Kevin Vincent; Daniel Herman;
Michael Seth Smith; Bryan Prine; Kevin Farmer; Michael Moser; MaryBeth Horodyski (USA)

❙ THE EFFECTS OF FATIGUE ON SCAPULA KINEMATICS DURING THROWING IN ELITE TEAM HANDBALL PLAYERS; DOES PAIN INFLUENCE? A PRELIMINARY STUDY #798
Tina Piil Torabi (Denmark); Birgit Juul-Kristensen (Denmark/Norway); Mogens Dam
(Denmark); Frederik H. Andersen (Denmark); Lasse Malchow-Møller (Denmark);
Mette K Zebis (Denmark); Merete Møller (Denmark); Jesper Bencke (Denmark)

❙ THE INCIDENCE AND RISK FACTORS OF SHOULDER PAIN IN JUNIOR COMPETITIVE SWIMMERS #515
Yuta Suzuki; Yukio Urabe; Maeda Noriaki; Miho Morita; Toshiya Shima; Taizan Shirakawa (Japan)

❙ X-RAY SCAN EXAMINATION AS A QUALIFICATION TO PRACTICE JUDO – THE
CERVICAL SPINE INSTABILITY AMONG CHILDREN #831
Wojciech Gawroński; Aleksandra Gawrońska; Jakub Kabata (Poland)


SESSION 29 – YOUTH & FEMALE ATHLETES

Chair: Margo Mountjoy (Canada)

❙ A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW OF THE ASSOCIATION BETWEEN ADIPOSITY AND SPORT INJURY RISK IN YOUTH #548
Clodagh Toomey (Canada); Declan Patton (Canada/Australia); Jackie Whittaker (Canada); Sarah Richmond (Canada); Carolyn Emery (Canada)

❙ ASYMPTOMATIC ELITE YOUNG TENNIS PLAYERS SHOW LATERAL
AND VENTRAL GROWTH PLATE ALTERATIONS OF PROXIMAL HUMERUS
ON MRI #811
Fredrik Johansson (Belgium/Sweden); Eva Skilgate (Sweden); Edin Debri (Sweden);
Anders Adolfsson (Sweden); Göran Jenner (Sweden); Leif Swärd (Sweden);
Ann Cools (Belgium)

❙ CAN WE LIMIT TRAINING DAYS LOST DUE TO OSGOOD SCHLATTERS DISEASE IN JUNIOR SQUASH ATHLETES? #591
Cosmin Horobeanu; Thomas Jones; Amanda Johnson (Qatar)

❙ SERUM ANDROGEN PROFILE, BODY COMPOSITION AND PHYSICAL
PERFORMANCE IN FEMALE OLYMPIC ATHLETES #554
Emma Berglund Lindgren; Bo Berglund; Angelica Lindén Hirschberg (Sweden)

❙ SIDE- AND AGE-SPECIFIC POSTURAL ADAPTATIONS OF MALE ELITE JUNIOR
SOCCER PLAYERS (UNDER 16, 17 & 19) #663
Karen Hajduk; Dietmar Schmidtbleicher (Germany)

❙ THE IMPACT OF HEAVY MENSTRUAL BLEEDING (MENORRHAGIA) AND IRON
STATUS IN EXERCISING FEMALES #720
Georgie Bruinvels (United Kingdom/Ireland); Richard J Burden (United Kingdom/Ireland);
Timothy Cushway (Singapore); Nicola Brown (United Kingdom); Charles Pedlar
(United Kingdom/Ireland/USA); Toby Richards (United Kingdom)