Event Title

Effectiveness of an Abridged Injury Reduction Program in Collegiate Soccer Players: A Prospective Study

Location

Hall of Governors

Start Date

4-8-2022 4:00 PM

End Date

4-8-2022 6:00 PM

Abstract

Thornborg et al 2017: Performing FIFA11+ results in injuries for all lower extremity areas being reduced by 39% (hamstring 60%, hip and groin 41%, knee 48%, and ankle 32%).

Soligard et al 2010, Steffen et al 2013: FIFA11+ must be completed 2+x/week to yield the outcomes above.

Bizzini et al 2013, Bizzini et al 2015: The follow barriers to meeting the required frequency of performance exists: compliance, space, time.

Presenters:
Cody Bornemann
Physical Therapy Doctoral Student
Michael Kuczek
Physical Therapy Doctoral Student

Faculty / Staff Sponsor

Dr. Scott Getsoian
Assistant Professor, College of Health and Human Services

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Effectiveness of an Abridged Injury Reduction Program in Collegiate Soccer Players: A Prospective Study

Hall of Governors

Thornborg et al 2017: Performing FIFA11+ results in injuries for all lower extremity areas being reduced by 39% (hamstring 60%, hip and groin 41%, knee 48%, and ankle 32%).

Soligard et al 2010, Steffen et al 2013: FIFA11+ must be completed 2+x/week to yield the outcomes above.

Bizzini et al 2013, Bizzini et al 2015: The follow barriers to meeting the required frequency of performance exists: compliance, space, time.

Presenters:
Cody Bornemann
Physical Therapy Doctoral Student
Michael Kuczek
Physical Therapy Doctoral Student