Recent Papers Published
Athletic groin pain (part 2): A prospective cohort study on the biomechanical evaluation of change of direction identifies three clusters of movement patterns.
Franklyn-Miller, A. et al 2017 Mar;51(5):460-468 British J Sports Med.
MRI investigation for groin pain in athletes- is radiological terminology clarifying or confusing.
Weir, A. and Franklyn-Miller, A. 2017 Feb 2. British J Sports Med.
The Number of Trials Required to Obtain a Representative Movement Pattern During a Hurdle Hop Exercise.
Gore, S. et al 2016 Jun;32(3):295-300 Journal of applied biomechanics.
Can a Single-legged Squat Provide Insight into Movement Control and Loading During Dynamic Sporting Actions in Athletic Groin Pain Patients?
Marshall, BM. et al 2016 May;25(2):117-25 Journal of Sport Rehabilitation.
Athletic groin pain (part 1): a prospective anatomical diagnosis of 382 patients—clinical findings, MRI findings and patient-reported outcome measures at baseline.
Falvey, E. et al 2016 Apr;50(7):423-30. Brit J Sports Med.
An interactive segmentation tool for quantifying fat in lumbar muscles using axial lumbar-spine MRI.
McGuinness. K. et al. (2016). IRBM, 37(1), pp.11-22.
Application of a Sub-set of Skinfold Sites for Ultrasound Measurement of Subcutaneous Adiposity and Percentage Body Fat Estimation in Athletes.
O’Neill. D. et al. (2016). International Journal of Sports Medicine, 37(05), pp.359-363.
Running retraining to treat lower limb injuries: a mixed-methods study of current evidence synthesised with expert opinion.
Barton. C. et al. (2016). British Journal of Sports Medicine, 50(9), pp.513-526.
If overuse injury is a ‘training load error’, should undertraining be viewed the same way?
Abbett. T. et al. (2016). British Journal of Sports Medicine, 50(17), pp.1017-1018.
Athletic groin pain: A systematic review and meta-analysis of surgical versus physical therapy rehabilitation outcomes.
King, E. et al 2015 Nov;49(22):1447-51 Brit J Sports Med.
The effects of a free-weight-based resistance training intervention on pain, squat biomechanics and MRI-defined lumbar fat infiltration and functional cross-sectional area in those with chronic low back pain.
Welch, N. et al 2015 Nov 9;1(1) BMJ Open Sport & Exercise Medicine.
Isokinetic muscle strength and readiness to return to sport following anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction: Is there an association? A systematic review and a protocol recommendation.
Undheim, M. 2015 Oct;49(20):1305-10. Brit J Sport Med.
Biomechanical symmetry in elite rugby union players during dynamic tasks: an investigation using discrete and continuous data analysis techniques.
Marshall, B. et al 2015 Jun 19;7:13. BMC Sports Science, Medicine and Rehabilitation.
Automatic Detection, Extraction, and Analysis of Landing During a Training Session, Using a Wearable Sensor System.
Moran. K. et al. (2015). Procedia Engineering, 112, pp.184-189.
Detection of Running Asymmetry Using a Wearable Sensor System.
Moran. K. et al. (2015). Procedia Engineering, 112, pp.180-183.
Gait re-training to alleviate the symptoms of anterior exertional lower leg pain: A case series.
Breen et al. (2015). International Journal of Sports Physical Therapy, 10:85-94.
Because not all blows to the head are the same.
Falvey, É. and McCrory, P. (2015). British Journal of Sports Medicine, 49(17), pp.1091-1093.
Biomechanical factors associated with time to complete a change of direction cutting maneuver.
Marshall, B. et al J Strength Cond Res. 2014 Oct;28(10):2845-51.
Comparison of discrete-point vs. dimensionality-reduction techniques for describing performance-related aspects of maximal vertical jumping.
Richter, C. et al J Biomech. 2014 Sep 22;47(12):3012-7.
Clustering vertical ground reaction force curves produced during countermovement jumps.
Richter, C. et al J Biomech. 2014 Jul 18;47(10):2385-90.
Fat quantification in MRI-defined lumbar muscles.
Antony. J. et al. (2014). Image Processing Theory, Tools and Applications, 10.1109.
Classification of continuous vertical ground reaction forces.
Richter. C. et al. (2014). Journal of Biomechanics, 47 (10). pp. 2385-2390. ISSN 0021-9290
Exercise and associated dietary extremes impact on gut microbial diversity.
Clarke. S. et al. (2014). Gut, 63(12), pp.1913-1920.
The Variance Needed to Accurately Describe Jump Height from Vertical Ground Reaction Force Data.
Richter. C. et al. (2014). Journal of Applied Biomechanics, 30(6), pp.732-736.
Risk factors for hand injury in hurling: a cross-sectional study.
Falvey. É.(2013). BMJ Open, 3(5), p.e002634.
Gait re-training to alleviate the symptoms of anterior exertional lower leg pain: a case series.
Breen. D. (2013). Int J Sports Phys Ther. 2015 Feb;10(1):85-94.
Returning to the golden age of boxing.
McCrory. P. et al. (2012). British Journal of Sports Medicine, 46(7), pp.459-460.
The Warwick Agreement on femoroacetabular impingement syndrome (FAI syndrome): An international consensus statement.
Griffin. D. et al. British Journal of Sports Medicine, 50(19), pp.1179-1179.