Prediction of Injury by Limited and Asymmetrical Fundamental Movement Patterns in American Football Players

Written by Kyle Barrow FMS Sunday, March 3, 2013 FMS Research

This article found that during professional football preseason the players who score <14 exhibited a higher risk for injury. Additionally, players who had, at least, 1 movement pattern asymmetry combined with  a score <14 was leading cause of injury. 

Reference 

(Kiesel, K., Butler, R., & Plisky, P. (2014). Prediction of Injury by Limited and Asymmetrical Fundamental Movement Patterns in American Football Players. JSR Journal of Sport Rehabilitation, 88-94)

 


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