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  • Senter for idrettsskadeforskning – NIH - Forside
    leddbrusk og fremre korsbånd i kne Fredag 6 mars 2015 skal ortopedisk kirurg og forsker Jan Harald Røtterud forsvare sin avhandling for graden philosophiae doctor PhD Focal cartilage lesions in anterior cruciate ligament injured knees Incidence risk prognosis and treatment Les mer Marianne Martinsen tar doktorgrad på forebygging av spiseforstyrrelser i idretten Fredag 13 Februar forsvarte Marianne Martinsen stipendiat ved Norges idrettshøgskole og Senter for idrettsskadeforskning sin doktorgradsavhandling Preventing eating

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  • Oslo Sports Trauma Research Center - News archive 2014
    back pain in female elite football and handball players A newly published study from Norwegian elite sports in Knee Surgery Sports Traumatology Artroscopi revealed the prevalence of low back pain LBP among female top level handball and football players Read more New PhD thesis on Norway s best female footballer players Physiotherapist Agnethe Nilstad from the Oslo Sports Trauma Research Center has through her PhD work investigated risk factors for lower extremity injuries in female football players and how sports physiotherapists can utilize screening as a step to prevent injuries Read more Rune Bruhn Jakobsen defends his PhD thesis on stems cells in cartilage repair Monday June 16 MD Rune B Jakobsen will defend his PhD thesis on Mesenchymal stem cells in cartilage repair Studies of chondrogenesis in vitro and in vivo Read more Physiotherapists can identify female athletes with high knee valgus angles in vertical drop jumps This key message is one of the results of a PhD project from the Oslo Sports Trauma Research Center recently published in Journal of Orthopeadic and Sports Physical Therapy Read more Now available final program for the 2014 IOC World Conference on Prevention of Injury Illness in Sport Experts across the world will soon convene in Monaco for the 4th IOC World Conference on Prevention of Injury and Illness in Sport The final program is now available Read more Kirsten Lundgreen defended PhD thesis on rotator cuff tendinopathy On Friday April 4 defended MD Kirsten Lundgreen her PhD thesis on The role of apoptosis in rotator cuff tendinopathy Read more Microfracture and mosaicplasty technique both provide satisfactory long term outcome following surgery for cartilage lesions of the knee but no functional or radiological differences were detected at 10 years follow up This is the message from a research team from the OSTRC

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  • Oslo Sports Trauma Research Center - News archive 2013
    highlighting Norwegian research in sports and exercise medicine The issue contains 10 articles on a broad range of topics including sports cardiology women s health paediatric ACL injuries and sports injury prevention Read more Coaches are our key persons in injury prevention work What is the optimal delivery strategy of successful injury prevention programs to coaches and players An international project group recently published their results in British Journal of Sports Medicine Proper education of coaches during an extensive pre season workshop is the clue Read more Joint moment artifacts common errors of 3D motion analysis A new OSTRC study demonstrates how a common error may affect results and change conclusion of biomechanical studies of high impact movements Joints moments essential to such analyses are prone to artifacts when incorrect methods are applied in the filtering of raw data Read more 1st out of 2 special BJSM issues following the London 2012 Games Supported by the IOC a new special issue of the British Journal of Sports Medicine Injury Prevention Health Protection BJSM IPHP is just released focusing on research conducted under the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games Read more Jumping is different from sidestep cutting With his supervisor Tron Krosshaug PhD student Kristianslund has looked at knee motion patterns in 120 elite female handball players who performed drop jumps and sidestep cutting The study is now published in the American Journal of Sports Medicine Read more Reminder Abstract Submission IOC World Conference on Prevention of Injury Illness in Sport Monaco April 2014 You can still be part of the program Act now to submit a workshop or abstract Deadlines are Sept 1 workshops and Nov 1 abstracts Read more New PhD How do ACL injuries happen in World Cup alpine skiing On Friday April 5 physiotherapist Tone Bere defended her PhD thesis entitled Mechanisms of injuries in World Cup alpine skiing Read more The 4th Consensus Statement on Concussion in Sport just launched The main goal for the 4th International Concussion Consensus Conference held in November 2012 in Zurich Switzerland was to support the medical staff acting in the field by offering an expert consensus based on current and recent scientific evidence to facilitate decision making Read more Technique explains knee loading in sidestep cutting After studying the sidestep cutting technique of Norway s best female handball players OSTRC researchers identified the safest sidestep cutting technique Land on your toes use a knee over toe position and perform narrow cuts Read more Oslo Sports Trauma Research Center at Aspetar Researchers from the Oslo Sports Trauma Research Center have just come back from an eventful trip from Aspetar Orthopedic Sports medicine Hospital in Qatar where they were invited to the first Aspetar Injury Illness Prevention Conference Read more Surprising results of high ambulatory blood pressure among professional football players Almost by coincidence and for the first time researchers detected hypertension both night and day in professional football players in Norway These striking data are now published in the British

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  • Oslo Sports Trauma Research Center - News archive 2012
    ranked American Journal of Sports Medicine Read more New IOC Manual of Sports Injuries edited by Roald Bahr The IOC Manual of Sports Injuries is a must have tool for all those involved in assessing and treating the active individual with injuries sustained in sports and physical activity Read more When is hot too hot A recent study published in the British Journal of Sports Medicine shows that in spite of the hot and humid conditions frequently encountered on the FIVB Beach Volleyball World Tour there were no cases of heat related match forfeits during three seasons 2007 2011 Read more OSTRC officially recognized as one of the IOC s 4 Research Centers On June 18h distinguished representatives from the International Olympic Committee IOC and Canadian sports and culture were gathered for the inauguration of the 4 IOC Research Centers Read more 4th Advanced Team Physician Course in Oslo The IOC Advanced Team Physician Course is now in Norway The 4th edition has been organized by the Oslo Sports Trauma Research Center and Olympiatoppen is taking place in Oslo Read more 50 increase in match injury risk in Norwegian professional football A recent study from the OSTRC revealed that the overall risk of acute match injury in Norwegian male professional football increased by 49 during the 6 season study period although this increase was not fully consistent across teams Read more OSTRC first out to utilize text messaging SMS in sports injury research A recent study among elite female football players found that traditional registrations through team medical staff records underestimated the injuries by 62 when compared to individual registrations using SMS Read more New PhD on the treatment of patellar tendinopathy After 7 years with extensive research on patellar tendinopathy Aasne Hoksrud vil defend her PhD thesis on May

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  • Oslo Sports Trauma Research Center - News archive 2011
    enormous amount of work to reduce the risk of injury and improve safety As a part of this new equipment specifications are implemented ahead of the 2012 2013 season Read more Gender and sport can effect the risk of full thickness cartilage lesions in ACL injured knees That s the results of study published in the American Journal of Sports Medicine AJSM The study included almost 16 000 pasients and evaluated risk factors for full thickness cartilage lesions Read more Preventing illness gives results Ahead of and under The Olympic Games in Vancouver 2010 the Norwegian team focused especially on preventing illness A lot fewer got sick in Canada compared to the games in Turin four years earlier Read more More than one in ten get injured The World Championships in Athletics are now over Many of the athletes have probably returned home ill or injured 14 percent of the athletes in the Berlin WC did just that Read more Bahr becomes the new head physcician at the Olympic Training Center The chair of the Oslo Sports Trauma Research Center Professor Roald Bahr succeeds Professor Lars Engebretsen and takes over as chair of the Department of Sports Medicine at the Olympic Training Center and Chief Medical Officer at Olympiatoppen Read more Attend the conference in the comfort of your office Did you miss The 2011 IOC World Conference on Prevention of Injury and Illness in Sport Most presentations are now available with slides sound and video Read more Royal visit at the OSTRC On Tuesday May 31st Their Majesties King Harald V and Queen Sonja and Their Royal Highnesses The Grand Duke Henri and Grand Duchess Maria Teresa visited The Oslo Sports Trauma Research Centre Read more Cartilage defects in the knee an insolvable problem Stig Heir defended his phd

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  • Oslo Sports Trauma Research Center - News archive 2010
    Prevention and Health Protection is just released Read more Ongoing projects aiming to prevent eating disorder in athletes The Medical Commission of the International Olympic Committee IOC and the Oslo Sport Trauma Research Center are working to protect the health of athletes Read more New important findings on the mechanisms of non contact ACL injuries In a recent issue of the American Journal of Sports Medicine a new hypothesis of how non contact ACL injuries occur was presented The hypothesis was based on the surprising findings from 10 state of the art video analyses of female ACL injuries Read more High compliance to injury prevention training reduces injury risk significantly In addition positive attitudes towards injury prevention correlated with high compliance and lower injury risk These are the good news from a new paper recently published in British Journal of Sports Medicine Read more Reminder Abstract Submission IOC World Conference on Prevention of Injury Illness in Sport Monaco April 2011 There is still a chance to become part of the programme This is a call for abstracts with a September 15 deadline Read more Mario Bizzini defends his PhD thesis August 18 Mario Bizzini will defend his thesis Injuries and musculoskletal complaints in football referees for the degree philosophiae doctor PhD at the Department of Sports Medicine Norwegian School of Sports Sciences Read more About 1 3 of the World Cup alpine freestyle and snowboard athletes sustain a time loss injury each season A particular concern was also the high proportion of severe injuries These are findings from a recently published report from the Oslo Sports Trauma Research Center Read more New review on the prevention of acute injuries The present paper reviews the main risk factors and mechanisms for acute injuries to the head upper and lower extremities as well as the evidence supporting various strategies to prevent them Read more New IOC consensus paper on age cheating Age cheating is a well known problem for the international sporting federations A new IOC report discusses different methods available to determine chronological age Read more The 14th ESSKA congress in Oslo in June 2010 More than 2000 researchers from all over the world are for 5 days gathered in Oslo to join the congress of the European Society of Sports Traumatology Knee Surgery and Arthroscopy Read more Youth Olympic Games 2010 With wonderful memories from Vancouver still in mind the preparations for the Summer Olympics in London 2012 have already started However first we are looking forward to the first Youth Olympic Games in Singapore this summer Read more The Oslo Sports Trauma Research Center turns 10 years The 10 year anniversary of the Oslo Sports Trauma Research Center was celebrated at the semiannual research retreat for the Department of Sports Medicine with 55 participants and guests Read more FIVB Volleyball Medical Congress 2011 This landmark congress will focus primarily on how to avoid and deal with common injuries suffered in volleyball as well as the ongoing issues with doping

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  • Oslo Sports Trauma Research Center - News archive 2009
    statement on concussion in sport How to handle concussion in sport Simple sideline assessment tools are now available These tools will help you to diagnose concussion symptoms and make return to sport decisions easier and safer for the athlete Read more The 14th ESSKA congress in Oslo in 2010 From June 9 12 2010 Oslo will host the 14th ESSKA congress The 2nd announcement is now ready Read more IOC World Conference on Prevention of Injury Illness in Sport 2011 deadline The deadline for proposals for the 2011 IOC World Conference on Prevention of Injury Illness in Sport is November 1st 2009 act now Read more Prevention of ACL injuries how when and who In a new editorial important questions concerning ACL injury prevention is discussed Read more You can make a difference In a recent KSSTA editorial Prof Lars Engebretsen highlights the necessity of sports injury prevention rather than a quick fix when the damage is done Read more Which type of ACL reconstruction is best Which type of ACL reconstruction is best How does one decide What are the rehabilitation implications of each Read more Injury Prevention and Health Protection special issues of BJSM announced BMJ Group and BASEM recently announced that BJSM with support from the International Olympic Committee will publish four additional issues each year dedicated to Injury Prevention and Health Protection in elite and amateur athletes Read more Previously ankle injured players have a twice as high risk of sustaining a new ankle injury This is the main finding from a survey carried out in Norwegian 1st 2nd and 3rd division of soccer for men The study showed that a previous ankle injury is the most important predictor of increased risk for new ankle injuries Read more The 11 now available in several languages through FIFA As a part of FIFA s worldwide promotion strategy of The 11 an important part is to make the program freely available to the sports community F MARC recently launched a new website offering the injury prevention program in five languages Read more Preoperative quadriceps strength is a strong predictor for knee function 2 years after ACL reconstruction Suggestions from a recentely published paper in British Journal of Sports Medicine sounds that reconstructive surgery should not be performed before quadriceps muscle strength deficits of the injured limb is less than 20 of the uninjured limb Read more IOC World Conference on Prevention of Injury and Illness in Monaco in 2011 In collaboration with the Oslo Sports Trauma Research Center the IOC World Conference on Prevention of Injury and Illness in Sport will now be held in Monaco Read more OSTRC accredited as a FIFA Medical Center of Excellence On May 15th distinguished representatives from FIFA the Norwegian Sports Federation and Norwegian Department of Culture Affaires were gathered for the inauguration of the Oslo Sports Trauma Research Center as a FIFA Medical Centre of Excellence Read more AJSM review award 2008 won by Britt Elin Øiestad UPDATED The article Knee

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  • Oslo Sports Trauma Research Center - News archive 2008
    About two thirds of patients with jumper s knee can be expected to have structural tendon changes with neovascularization Read more Footballers at increased risk of injury can easily be identified A survey carried out in Norwegian 1st 2nd and 3rd division of football for men showed a successful identification of players with an increased risk of injury through a questionnaire on previous injuries and joint and muscle function only Read more The 14th ESSKA congress in Oslo in 2010 From June 9 12 2010 Oslo will host the 14th ESSKA congress Read more Non contact ACL injuries in female athletes IOC consensus statement In a recent current consept statement published in the British Journal of Sports Medicine all areas on non contact injuries in female athletes were discussed from epidemiology risk factors injury mechanisms injury management to injury prevention Read more Stress increases injury risk A new Norwegian study shows that young female football players suffer from a 70 increased risk of injury if they have perceived stress earlier in life Read more Injury registration in the Beijing Olympics In a new publication from the British Journal of Sports Medicine it is outlined how an injury surveillance system for multi sports tournaments can be done using the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing as an example Read more Professor Bahr new member of the IOC medical commission The leader of the IOC medical commission Arne Ljungqvist recently announced professor Roald Bahr as a new member of the commission Read more Better study design necessary in cartilage research In an interview with Orthopaedics today Professor Lars Engebretsen and Professor Stefan Lohmander state that better study design is required in future cartilage research Read more Final program for the World Congress on Sports Injury Prevention announced The final detailed scientific program for the World Congress on Sports Injury Prevention is now ready You have something to look forward to Read more Truls Straume Næsheim defends his PhD thesis the 9th of May Truls Straume Næsheim will defend his PhD thesis Head Impacts in Football for the PhD degree on Friday the 9th of May 2008 The introductory lecture is titled How does the normal brain respond to strenuous physical activity and how does this compare to the injured brain Read more Register here for the 2nd World Congress and Advanced Team Physician Course Hurry up and register You do not want to miss these two landmark events and at the same time sample the wonders of midsummer above the Arctic Circle Note that separate registrations are needed for the two events Read more New IOC consensus statement on non contact ACL injuries The International Olympic Committee IOC recently arranged a consensus meeting where important aspects of non contact anterior cruciate ligament ACL injuries were discussed Twenty researchers from around the world were invited to make consensus statements on epidemiology risk factors injury mechanisms surgical procedures rehabilitation and prevention Read more Opening wedge osteotomy gives increased stability in posterolateral corner injuried knees A

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