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  • Oslo Sports Trauma Research Center - News archive 2007
    more Mechanisms for ACL injuries in basketball A new study from Oslo Sports Trauma Research Center showed that valgus collapse is very common in non contact ACL injuries This is another indication that valgus loading likely is an important factor in such injuries in particular in women Read more Subscription Fix We have now fixed our newsletter functionality Read more The teams in the SPILLEKLAR project ready for the fall season The coaches 120 girls teams have since February sent in weekly registration forms where they have registered training match attendance and injuries of all the players After a well deserved vacation they are now ready for the last part of the season starting in August Read more Final program for the Advanced Team Physician Course is ready We are proud to announce the final program for the Advanced Team Physician Course a pre congress satellite course to the 2nd World Congress of Sports Prevention aimed at the team physician With 25 top of the line invited speakers from nine different countries you will be geared towards the practical issues of working with high level athletes in a team sports setting We will discuss many of the difficult issues and cases facing the team physician Read more Is the injury risk higher on artificial turf than on natural grass This is one of the questions we would like to answer when the injury registration during Norway Cup 2007 is being conducted in the end of July for the third year in a row Read more Injury risk and artificial turf A new study on injury risk in football playing on artificial turf among young female players will be published in the next issue of British Journal of Sports Medicine Read more Nordic hamstring lowers reduce hamstring strains in soccer players An intervention study among elite football players showed that eccentric strength training with Nordic hamstring lowers combined with warm up stretching appears to reduce the risk of hamstring strains while no effect was detected from flexibility training alone Read more Read more New study on the effect of rehabilitation after ACL reconstruction A study published in the latest issue of Physical Therapy carried out by May Arna Risberg and co workers shows that neuromuscular training is better than traditional strength training following ACL reconstruction Read more Lars Engebretsen named IOC Head of Scientific Activities Professor Lars Engebretsen co chair of the Oslo Sports Trauma Research Center will soon start in a 50 position as Head of Scientific Activities in the IOC Read more Excessive apoptosis in patellar tendinopathy in athletes A new study published in the American Journal of Sports Medicine shows that apoptosis is a part of the disease process in tendinosis This finding may explain why degenerative changes may exist without inflammation Read more FIS ISS Update Successful interviews with 866 FIS World Cup athletes Research teams from the Oslo Sports Trauma Research Center interviewed 866 World Cup athletes regarding injuries sustained during the 2006 2007 season The

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  • Oslo Sports Trauma Research Center - News archive 2006
    eccentric strength training The authors therefore conclude that eccentric training should be tried for twelve weeks before open tenotomy is considered for the treatment of patellar tendinopathy Read more Invitation to submit program proposals for the 2nd World Congress on Sports Injury Prevention in June 2008 Based on the tremendous success of the inaugural 1st World Congress on Sports Injury Prevention in 2005 the Oslo Sports Trauma Research Center will organize the 2nd World Congress from June 26 through June 28 2008 in Tromsø Norway The organizing committee now welcomes your proposals for meeting sessions and speakers The deadline for submission of proposals is November 1 2006 Read more Roald Bahr new president of FIVB Medical Commission Professor Roald Bahr the chair of the Oslo Sports Trauma Research Center was elected as the new president of the Medical Commission of the International Volleyball Federation FIVB during the 2006 FIVB World Congress held in Tokyo Japan October 23 25 2006 Read more Significant improvement from ultrasound guided sclerosis of neovessels in patellar tendinopathy In a recent study from Oslo Sports Trauma Research Center a new treatment method involving sclerosing treatment on a group of elite athletes with chronic painful patellar tendinopathy was investigated These ultrasound guided injections of the sclerosing substance polidocanol resulted in a significant improvement in knee function and reduced pain in this group of patients Read more Surgery may have positive effect on cartilage defects Surgical treatment of articular cartilage defects with penetration of the underlying bone plate increases the filling of the defect from 30 to 50 but results also in increased thickness of the bone plate which is of concern for the long term results Read more 17th International Symposium on Ski Trauma and Skiing Safety The next research symposium of the International Society for Skiing

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  • Oslo Sports Trauma Research Center - News archive 2005
    videos A new method for reconstructing human 3D motion from video sequences was published in the April edition of Journal of Biomechanics This technique has been developed at the Oslo Sports Trauma Research Center over the last years and is particularly well suited for analyses of sports injuries Read more Warm up exercises prevent knee and ankle injuries A new Norwegian research study published in the British Medical Journal shows that a structured programme of warm up exercises can prevent knee and ankle injuries in young people playing sports This study is the first randomised controlled trial among adolescents with a sufficient sample size to show that acute knee or ankle injuries can be reduced by 50 and severe injuries even more Preventive training should be routine in training programmes for adolescents in pivoting sports Read more Surgical transplanted periosteum as coverage of an articular cartilage defect does not last for more than one week A published experimental study from Acta Orthopaedica in the April issue explore the use of periosteum as coverage of the articular cartilage defect Read more No effect of eccentric training on jumpers knee in volleyball players during the competitive season A recent study from the Oslo Sports Trauma Research Center published in the July 2005 issue of the Clinical Journal of Sports Medicine did not show any effect of a program of eccentric strength training in volleyball players with jumper s knee who continued to train and compete as normal during the competitive season Read more BJSM Injury Prevention issue is published A special themed issue of the British Journal of Sports Medicine has been produced to coincide with the 1st World Congress of Sports Injury Prevention The June issue of BJSM contains original and commissioned material covering all aspects of sports injury prevention as well as the abstracts for the world congress including several papers from the Oslo Sports Trauma Research Center Read more Symposium IFSP and FFI Updated May 27th The International Federation of Sports Physiotherapy IFSP and The Norwegian Association of Sports Physiotherapy FFI are happy to invite you to a one day seminar in Oslo Norway We are proud to present well known international experts and lecturers from Norway and abroad They are all involved in clinical work and research and have long experience within their line of work They will present talks with high clinical relevance and the seminar is relevant for all sports physiotherapists working within active sports rehabilitation Read more New publications from the Norwegian elite football head trauma project The August issue of the British Journal of Sports Medicine included a FIFA supplement focusing on head trauma in football The Oslo Sports Trauma and Research Center was represented with two articles by PhD fellow Truls Martin Straume Næsheim and co workers based on studies from the Norwegian elite football league Tippeligaen The studies show that there is no impairment in neuropsychological performance due to heading of the ball or previous football related concussions Read more Thor Einar

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  • Oslo Sports Trauma Research Center - News archive 2004
    accordance with the Laws of the Game according to a new study from the Oslo Sports Trauma Research Center published in January 2004 by the American Journal of Sports Medicine Read more Knee injuries one in ten patients has a significant articular cartilage lesion The incidence of articular cartilage lesions with knee injuries has been poorly documented previously This is why Oslo Sports Trauma Research Center did a prospective registration of cartilage lesions in knees subjected to knee arthroscopy during a 6 months period by three hospitals in Oslo This study is published in the January issue of American Journal of Sport Medicine and demonstrates that 11 of the patients has a cartilage lesion which may be suitable for cartilage repair procedures Read more Video analysis of the mechanisms for ankle injuries in soccer Systematic analysis of videos of ankle injuries provides detailed information on the injury mechanisms both for lateral ligament sprains and for the condition dubbed footballers ankle Mainly ankle injuries occur in tackling duels and most often the injured player is tackled late from the side according a new study from the Oslo Sports Trauma Research Center published in January 2004 in the American Journal of Sports Medicine Read more New report Risk factors for injuries in football According to a new study from the Oslo Sports Trauma Research Center published in the January Supplement of the American Journal of Sports Medicine increased age and previous injuries were found to be the main risk factors for injuries in elite male football players Read more Highly increased risk of contralateral tendon rupture after Achilles tendon rupture Rupture of the midsubstance of the Achilles tendon typically occurred in a 30 40 year old male recreational athlete The most common treatment is surgical suturing the rupture tendon end to end despite this a certain proportion of the patients do have post injury problems In order to prevent this kind of injury exact knowledge of the risk factors is needed and in this area there is certainly a lack of knowledge today A new study published in the February issue of Scandinavian Journal of Medicine Science in Sports it is shown that this injury indicate a risk of 176 times to also have a contralateral rupture If this increased risk is linked to specific sports activities or it is genetic factor involved is unknown today Read more New report on low back pain in endurance sports During recent years as many as five Norwegian Olympic medal winners in cross country skiing have undergone surgery because of low back pain Based on these high profile cases it has been speculated that low back injury may represent an occupational hazard for cross country skiing on the elite level A new study from the Oslo Sports Trauma Research Center published in the new issue of Spine compares the prevalence of low back pain between endurance sports with different loading characteristics on the spine Cross country skiing rowing and orienteering The results show that symptoms

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  • Oslo Sports Trauma Research Center - News archive 2003
    studies designed to investigate potential risk factors for sports injury Read more Higher risk of ACL injury for women on high friction floors According to a new research study published in the October issue of Scandinavian Journal of Medicine and Science in Sports there is a higher risk of anterior cruciate ligament ACL injuries on high friction floors than on low friction floors The study followed men and women in Norwegian team handball during seven seasons and shows that the risk of ACL injuries was 2 3 times on artificial floor types generally older floors with high friction for women Read more Evidence Based Sports Medicine new book UPDATED Professor Roald Bahr is with his chapter on prevention of ankle sprains one of the contributors for Evidence based Sports Medicine recently published by BMJ Books This book attempts to summarize current knowledge and evidence for a variety of clinical problems encountered by Sports Physicians and others involved with active patients Read more New book on cross country skiing Dr Ola Rønsen from the Norwegian Olympic Training Center and professor Gerald Smith the new head of the Biomechanics lab at the Norwegian University of Sport Physical Education are two of four contributors for the new Handbook of Cross Country Skiing a recent addition to the Olympic Handbook of Sports Medicine series edited by Heikki Rusko Read more Few acute injuries in professional beach volleyball According to a new research study published in the March 2003 issue of the American Journal of Sports Medicine professional beach volleyball is a safe sport The study shows that the rate of acute time loss injuries is considerably lower than most oth Read more Clinical Guide to Sports Injuries now available in English The first print run of Clinical Guide to Sports Injuries the new comprehensive

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  • Oslo Sports Trauma Research Center - News archive 2002
    Report from the Fourth World Congress of Biomechanics More than 1500 attendants were gathered in Calgary at the 2002 WCB to experience the new findings of biomechanists world wide The OSTRC was represented by PhD student Tron Krosshaug Read more New study on injuries among beach volleyball players presented at the ACSM Annual Meeting The results from a new study on injuries among professional beach volleyball players the FIVB Beach Volleyball Injury Study were presented at the 2002 Annual Meeting of the American College of Sports Medicine in St Louis on May 30th Read more Hamstrings strains may be preventable Hamstrings strains muscle injuries to the posterior thigh account for about 20 of all injuries in football and can even be career ending Read more Pfizer a partner for Norwegian sports Pfizer has as a large pharmaceutical company in Norway made an unusual decision when becoming a main sponsor to the Norwegian Olympic Committee and Confederation of Sports and it s Olympic teams as from January 1st 2002 Read more New web site for the Oslo Sports Trauma Research Center The new web site for the Oslo Sports Trauma Research Center was released on April 1 this year but is

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  • Oslo Sports Trauma Research Center - OSTRC among 9 centers worldwide recognized as IOC Research Centers
    forward we look forward to a close collaboration and the sharing of ideas with other top research centers in sports medicine globally The annual financial support from the IOC of CHF 100 000 is also important for us says professor Bahr in response to the recognition The nine IOC Centers of Excellence are Australian Centre for Research into Injury in Sport and its Prevention Federation University Australia Australia first appointed in 2009 Sport Injury Prevention Research Centre University of Calgary Canada first appointed in 2009 Institute of Sports Medicine Copenhagen University Hospital Denmark new Yonsei University Republic of Korea South Korea new Amsterdam Collaboration on Health Safety in Sports VU University and Academic Medical Centre Netherlands new Oslo Sports Trauma Research Centre Norwegian School of Sport Sciences Norway first appointed in 2009 Aspetar Orthopaedic and Sports Medicine Hospital Qatar new Clinical Sport and Exercise Medicine Research Group University of Cape Town South Africa first appointed in 2009 London s Institute for Sports Exercise and Health ISEH and National Centre for Sports Exercise and Medicine NCSEM United Kingdom new 4 year program Over the next 4 years these Centers will be tasked with researching developing and implementing effective preventive and treatment methods for sports related injuries and illnesses They will receive financial support from the IOC and join an international network of expert scientists and clinicians in sports injury and disease prevention research We are delighted to have appointed nine highly qualified centers from the four corners of the world to assist us with our mission commented IOC Medical Commission Chair and Executive Board Member Professor Dr Ugur Erdener These Centers have all demonstrated that they are at the forefront of research in sports medicine and are committed to our shared goal of using knowledge and resources to ensure the athletes

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  • Senter for idrettsskadeforskning – NIH - Ny stipendiatstilling på Senter for idrettsskadeforskning
    2003 Nyhetsarkiv 2002 Nyheter Nyhetsarkiv 2014 Ny stipendiatstilling på Se Ny stipendiatstilling på Senter for idrettsskadeforskning Ved Norges idrettshøgskole Senter for idrettsskadeforskning er det ledig en stipendiatstilling med fokus på belastningsskader i fotball Tilsetting vil skje i løpet av januar 2015 Det vitenskapelige arbeidet skal gjøres på et prosjekt som ser på forebygging av belastningsskader i fotball med fokus på lyske Søk stillingen innen 24 november 2014 Interesserte søkere anbefales

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