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  • Senter for idrettsskadeforskning – NIH - Om oss
    Center of Excellence I tillegg har Den internasjonale olympiske komité IOC utpekt senteret som IOC Research Center for Prevention of Injury and Protection of Athlete Health ett av fire slike forskningssentre i verden det eneste i Europa Senter for idrettsskadeforskning ledes av professor dr med Roald Bahr og professor dr med Lars Engebretsen Idrettsskadeforskningen også internasjonalt har tidligere vært preget av enkeltprosjekter som i seg selv kan ha gitt verdifull dokumentasjon når det gjelder forekomst av skader innen ulike idretter hvilke skadetyper som dominerer og deres alvorlighetsgrad Prosjektene har imidlertid ikke vært egnet til å gi den nødvendige innsikt i skademekanismer og risikofaktorer som er nødvendig for å utvikle og prøve ut forebyggende tiltak Gjennom Senter for idrettsskadeforskning er det lagt til rette for en mer langsiktig satsing enn hva som til nå har preget feltet Siden mai 2000 er det etablert et tverrfaglig forskningsmiljø med både idrettsfaglig og medisinsk kompetanse med utgangspunkt i eksisterende miljø ved Seksjon for idrettsmedisinske fag Norges idrettshøgskole og Ortopedisk senter Ullevål universitetssykehus som knutepunkt i utviklingen av et nasjonalt forskningsnettverk Kontaktinformasjon Senter for idrettsskadeforskning Norges idrettshøgskole Sognsveien 220 Postboks 4014 Ullevål Stadion 0806 Oslo Telefon 23 26 23 67 Telefaks 23 26 23 07

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  • Oslo Sports Trauma Research Center - Links
    com journals ptsp Clinics in Sports Medicine www harcourthealth com Clinical Journal of Sports Medicine www cjsportmed com Sports Medicine and Arthroscopy Review www sportsmedarthro com Exercise and Sports Sciences Reviews www acsm essr com Current Opinion in Orthopaedics www co orthopaedics com Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery www jbjs org Books Clinical Sports Medicine Brukner Khan http www clinicalsportsmedicine com http www bonebook net Evidence Based Sports Medicine

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  • Oslo Sports Trauma Research Center - Intro text
    Links Norsk Intro text Intro text The aim of the Oslo Sports Trauma Research Center is to prevent injuries and other health problems in sports through research on risk factors injury mechanisms and prevention methods with a particular focus on

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  • Oslo Sports Trauma Research Center - OSTRC trains Olympic sports medicine doctors
    Lars Engebretsen picture photo Andreas B Johansen comments Professor Engebretsen is the head of science and research in the International Olympic Committee IOC and co chair of the Oslo Sports Trauma Research Center The program is designed primarily to meet the needs of team physicians from the National Olympic Committees NOC and International Federations IFs he adds The Oslo Sports Trauma Research Center and Olympiatoppen hosted 23 physicians for an intensive 3 day workshop April 27 29 offering hands on training in sports injury evaluation The OSTRC is one of 4 sites in the world along with Rome Calgary and Pretoria designated by the IOC to train physicians to IOC standards Following this new learning program the 3 days in Oslo were spent on an exam lectures and workshops One of the aims for these days was also to facilitate building a network of excellence to get doctors best prepared for the needs of being a team doctor While here they went through sessions related to all aspects of sports injury treatment and prevention including emergency procedures concussion testing nutritional advices doping travel medicine cardiovascular screening roles and responsibilities of being a team doc The fact we were selected for

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  • Oslo Sports Trauma Research Center - High risk of injury among World Cup Telemark athletes
    skiing snowboarding and freestyle While we through the annual injury registration in cooperation with the International Ski Federation FIS have built up quite good evidence on the risk of injury in alpine skiing snowboarding and freestyle knowledge on injuries in World Cup WC telemark skiing is limited Melissa Woll Johansen says Melissa master student at the Oslo Sports Trauma Research Center and her team recently got published the first long term study among the world s best telemark athletes and their injury risk is high Through 5 seasons interviews were conducted with all WC telemark athletes or coaches if the athlete was not present at the end of each winter season in the period 2008 2013 All acute injuries during competition season with a need for supervision of medical personnel were recorded Exposure ie number runs during a season were calculated manually for each athlete using result lists from the official database of FIS Every 4th practitioners with an injury per season women especially vulnerable A total of 149 acute injuries were recorded during 565 athlete seasons The absolute injury incidence new injuries during a season was 26 4 injuries per 100 athletes per season Female telemark athletes had a 50 higher risk of injury than men Researchers recorded 69 injuries that took place during the FIS WC races corresponding to a relative incidence of 8 2 injuries per 1000 runs These numbers are in line with those we know from the best alpine snowboard and freestyle athletes says Melissa Woll Johansen The risk of knee injuries three times as high for women as for men The knee was the most frequent injury localization 21 followed by hand finger thumb 20 ankle 13 and shoulder clavicle 13 The most frequently injured body part was the knee often resulting in absence

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  • Oslo Sports Trauma Research Center - Jan Harald Røtterud defends his PhD-thesis March 6th
    concomitant cartilage lesions lead to inferior results ACL injury combined with a cartilage lesion can lead to poor knee function It often affects young individuals who are active in sports and work Optimal therapy will provide improved quality of life for patients and reduced costs for society Røtterud and colleagues used data from the national ACL registries in Norway and Sweden and analyzed information from nearly 16 000 patients with an ACL injury This is one of the largest patient materials examined within the field In their papers Røtterud and his co workers have presented that patients with an ACL injury and concomitant cartilage lesions reported inferior knee function 2 years after ACL surgery compared to patients without concomitant cartilage lesions The cartilage lesion was not treated surgically in approximately half of the patients while the other half was treated mainly with surgical debridement or microfracture Debridement showed no effects and microfracture showed adverse effects on outcome compared to no treatment The results indicate that microfracture should be performed restrictively in these patients In addition Røtterud and co workers showed that men in general and male team handball players in particular were more susceptible to these combined injuries Professor Asbjørn

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  • Oslo Sports Trauma Research Center - Marianne Martinsen defends her PhD on the prevention of eating disorders among young elite athletes
    highly competitive athletes In a second step the research team investigated whether a multifaceted intervention could prevent new cases of eating disorders The intervention was completed by half of the schools while the other half served as control schools without implemented measures The intervention lasted for one year and researchers followed all participants from 1st through 3rd grade Our intervention has proven to be very effective In schools where we conducted the prevention program we could not identify any new case of eating disorders one year after end intervention However among the control schools we diagnosed new cases of eating disorders in 13 of the girls says Marianne Martinsen Program for both coaches and athletes The intervention program was targeted at both athletes and coaches but primarily focused on athletes The research group developed a toolbox consisting of teaching workshops with practical and theoretical exercises addressing topics such as self esteem mental training growth development and nutrition related to health and performance As examples low self esteem dieting and fear of weight gain were considered as risk factors for the development of eating disorders Being a young up coming athlete is a challenging phase in life a period which in addition is characterized by growth development and puberty At the same time sport is becoming more serious All these factors will easily make performance and mood vary more often Many athletes both experience and add a lot of pressure on his her performance adds Marianne The second part of the intervention toolbox was aimed to reach coaches The intention was to increase their knowledge about eating disorders which alerts they should be aware of and how these are early to detect where coaches can seek help and learn how to use the prevention tools After the intervention it was encouraging

    Original URL path: http://www.klokavskade.no/en/News-archive/News-archive-2015/Marianne-Martinsen-defends-her-PhD-on-the-prevention-of-eating-disorders-among-adolescent-elite-athletes/ (2015-09-15)
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  • Oslo Sports Trauma Research Center - News archive 2015
    distance learning program in sports medicine This is the first group of a total of 60 doctors to complete the new Sports Medicine Diploma offered by the IOC Read more High risk of injury among World Cup Telemark athletes A new study from the Oslo Sports Trauma Research in BJSM revealed that the risk of injury among the world s best telemark athletes is high compared to the other FIS disciplines alpine skiing snowboarding and freestyle Read more Jan Harald Røtterud defends his PhD thesis March 6th Friday March 6th 2015 orthopedic surgeon and researcher Jan Harald Røtterud defends his thesis for the degree of Philosophiae Doctor PhD Focal cartilage lesions in anterior cruciate ligament injured knees Incidence risk prognosis and treatment Read more Marianne Martinsen defends her PhD on the prevention of eating disorders among young elite athletes Friday February 13 PhD student Marianne Martinsen defended her PhD thesis Preventing eating disorders among young male and female elite athletes at the Norwegian School of Sport Sciences Read more PhD defense on a new method for recording overuse injuries in sports Tuesday Jan 20 PT Ben Clarsen defended his PhD thesis Overuse injuries in Sport Development validation and application of

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