Prevention of hamstring injuries in male soccer : Exercise programs and return to play
van der Horst, N; (2017)
Publisher: Utrecht University
mesheuropmc: human activities
The aim of the studies reported in this thesis was to investigate strategies for the prevention of hamstring injuries. Hamstring injuries are the most prevalent muscle injury in soccer. In spite of efforts to reduce the occurrence of hamstring injuries in soccer, injury... View more
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