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Can you identify players with increased risk of ACL injury?

The aim of this study is to examine whether individuals with different backgrounds have the ability to identify players with higher risk of sustaining an ACL injury through visual assessment of the vertical drop jump test (VDJ test).

Although the VDJ test has been investigated using standardized biomechanical measurements, it is possible that the human brain has the ability to better estimate injury risk. We would therefore like you to participate in a study where you will visually assess the risk for injury of approximately 100 female athletes, where the majority took part in the prospective cohort study of the Oslo Sports Trauma Research Center (OSTRC). The other videos will be from the ACL-Injury Risk Estimation Quiz. 

The assessment will take approximately 30 minutes.

 

The following link will lead you to the web-based survey: goo.gl/ePlHwNWe are looking for individuals in each of these categories:

  • Coaches
  • Physicians
  • Certified Athletic Trainers
  • Strength and Conditioning Coaches
  • Physical Therapists
  • Researchers

The survey is fully online, anonymous and is intended to be completed on a laptop or desktop computer and will not work on a mobile device. We recommend using Google ChromeInternet Explorer (version 9 or newer) or Safari to ensure optimal video quality.If you have any questions, please contact Tron Krosshaug, Associate Professor at OSTRC or Erich Petushek, Assistant Professor at Michigan State University, on ACLinjuryrisk@gmail.com

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