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Knee Offloading by Patients During Walking and Running After Meniscectomy (2024)
Journal Article
Starbuck, C., Walters, V., Herrington, L., Barkatali, B., & Jones, R. (in press). Knee Offloading by Patients During Walking and Running After Meniscectomy. Orthopaedic Journal of Sports Medicine, 12(3), 23259671231214766. https://doi.org/10.1177/23259671231214766

Background:: Changes in knee loading have been reported after meniscectomy. Knee loading has previously been assessed during jogging and treadmill running rather than overground running, which could give altered results. Purpose/Hypothesis:: The purp... Read More about Knee Offloading by Patients During Walking and Running After Meniscectomy.

Force plate methodologies applied to injury profiling and rehabilitation in sport: A scoping review protocol (2023)
Journal Article
Robles-Palazón, F. J., Comfort, P., Ripley, N. J., Herrington, L., Bramah, C., & McMahon, J. J. (in press). Force plate methodologies applied to injury profiling and rehabilitation in sport: A scoping review protocol. PloS one, 18(10), e0292487. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0292487

Musculoskeletal injuries are a common health problem among sporting populations. Such injuries come with a high financial burden to the involved organisations and can have a detrimental impact on the career attainment of injured individuals. Force pl... Read More about Force plate methodologies applied to injury profiling and rehabilitation in sport: A scoping review protocol.

Reliability and Measurement Error of the Qualitative Analysis of Single Leg Loading (QASLS) Tool For Unilateral Tasks (2023)
Journal Article
Parry, G. N., Herrington, L. C., & Munro, A. G. (in press). Reliability and Measurement Error of the Qualitative Analysis of Single Leg Loading (QASLS) Tool For Unilateral Tasks. International journal of sports physical therapy, 18(5), https://doi.org/10.26603/001c.88007

Background Movement quality assessment is popular within clinical and sporting practice, due to the contribution diminished or suboptimal movement quality is believed to have on musculoskeletal (MSK) injury risk. Various movement quality assessments... Read More about Reliability and Measurement Error of the Qualitative Analysis of Single Leg Loading (QASLS) Tool For Unilateral Tasks.

Intrinsic Risk Factors For Hip-Related Pain In Elite Rowers (2023)
Thesis
Arnold, E. (2023). Intrinsic Risk Factors For Hip-Related Pain In Elite Rowers. (Thesis). University of Salford

Background: The role of hip motion in relation to rowing performance has been well documented, yet the concept of hip health in rowers is poorly understood. In elite international rowing where high volumes of endurance training are critical to perfo... Read More about Intrinsic Risk Factors For Hip-Related Pain In Elite Rowers.

No differences in knee joint loading between individuals who had a medial or lateral meniscectomy: An ancillary study (2023)
Journal Article
Starbuck, C., Walters, V., Herrington, L., Barkatali, B., & Jones, R. (2023). No differences in knee joint loading between individuals who had a medial or lateral meniscectomy: An ancillary study. The Knee, 42, 304-311. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.knee.2023.04.013

Background Arthroscopic partial meniscectomy is a frequently undertaken procedure for traumatic meniscal injuries. The location of knee joint degeneration and long-term prognosis differs between knees who have had a medial or lateral meniscectomy. H... Read More about No differences in knee joint loading between individuals who had a medial or lateral meniscectomy: An ancillary study.

Inter-Professional and Methodological Agreement in Using the Cutting Movement Assessment Score (CMAS) (2023)
Journal Article
A. Jones, P., Rai, A., Dos’Santos, T., & Herrington, L. (2023). Inter-Professional and Methodological Agreement in Using the Cutting Movement Assessment Score (CMAS). Biomechanics, 3(2), 181-192. https://doi.org/10.3390/biomechanics3020016

Background: The cutting movement assessment score (CMAS) provides a qualitative assessment of the side-step cutting (S-SC) technique. Previous research has been undertaken primarily by biomechanists experienced with S-SC evaluations. Little is known... Read More about Inter-Professional and Methodological Agreement in Using the Cutting Movement Assessment Score (CMAS).

Frontal plane projection angle predicts patellofemoral pain: prospective study in male military cadets (2022)
Journal Article
Alrayani, H., Herrington, L., Liu, A., & Jones, R. (2022). Frontal plane projection angle predicts patellofemoral pain: prospective study in male military cadets. Physical Therapy in Sport, 59, 73-79. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ptsp.2022.12.004

Background: Patellofemoral pain (PFP) is a major source of knee pain. Identifying who may develop PFP is of paramount importance. Purpose: To assess whether Frontal plane projection angles (FPPA) and hand held dynamometry (HHD) strength measures ca... Read More about Frontal plane projection angle predicts patellofemoral pain: prospective study in male military cadets.

Cutting movement assessment scores (CMAS) during anticipated and unanticipated 90-degree sidestep cutting manoeuvres within female professional footballers (2022)
Journal Article
Needham, C., & Herrington, L. (2022). Cutting movement assessment scores (CMAS) during anticipated and unanticipated 90-degree sidestep cutting manoeuvres within female professional footballers. Sports, 10(9), 128. https://doi.org/10.3390/sports10090128

Background: ACL injuries present a considerable burden in female football, with highest incidence being related to change of direction (COD) tasks. The aim was to identify if differences existed between an anticipated and unanticipated 90-degree cutt... Read More about Cutting movement assessment scores (CMAS) during anticipated and unanticipated 90-degree sidestep cutting manoeuvres within female professional footballers.

The reliability of lower limb 3D gait analysis variables during a change of direction to 90- and 135-degree manoeuvres in recreational soccer players (2022)
Journal Article
Alhammad, A., Herrington, L., Jones, P., Walthomali, O., & Jones, R. (2022). The reliability of lower limb 3D gait analysis variables during a change of direction to 90- and 135-degree manoeuvres in recreational soccer players. Journal of Back and Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation, 36(1), 173-180. https://doi.org/10.3233/BMR-210351

Several biomechanical outcomes are being used to monitor the risk of injuries; therefore, their reliability and measurement errors need to be known. To measure the reliability and measurement error in lower limb 3D gait analysis outcomes during a 90∘... Read More about The reliability of lower limb 3D gait analysis variables during a change of direction to 90- and 135-degree manoeuvres in recreational soccer players.

Analysis of landing performance and ankle injury in elite British artistic gymnastics using a modified drop land task : a longitudinal observational study (2022)
Journal Article
Glynn, B., Laird, J., Herrington, L., Rushton, A., & Heneghan, N. (2022). Analysis of landing performance and ankle injury in elite British artistic gymnastics using a modified drop land task : a longitudinal observational study. Physical Therapy in Sport, 55, 61-69. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ptsp.2022.01.006

To determine whether differences in landing force and asymmetry of landing force exist between gymnasts at the time of data collection versus those that subsequently experienced an ankle injury 12-months later. Prospective longitudinal observational... Read More about Analysis of landing performance and ankle injury in elite British artistic gymnastics using a modified drop land task : a longitudinal observational study.

Quantifying volume and high-speed technical actions of professional soccer players using foot-mounted inertial measurement units (2022)
Journal Article
Lewis, G., Towlson, C., Roversi, P., Domogalla, C., Herrington, L., & Barrett, S. (2022). Quantifying volume and high-speed technical actions of professional soccer players using foot-mounted inertial measurement units. PLoS ONE, 17(2), e0263518. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0263518

Aims: The aims of the study were two-fold: i) examine the validity and reliability of high-speed kicking actions using foot-mounted inertial measurement unit’s (IMU), ii) quantify soccer players within-microcycle and inter-positional differences in b... Read More about Quantifying volume and high-speed technical actions of professional soccer players using foot-mounted inertial measurement units.

Cumulative effects of a week’s training loads on shoulder physical qualities and wellness in competitive swimmers (2021)
Journal Article
Yoma, M., Herrington, L., & Mackenzie, T. (2021). Cumulative effects of a week’s training loads on shoulder physical qualities and wellness in competitive swimmers. International journal of sports physical therapy, 16(6), 1470-1484. https://doi.org/10.26603/001c.29875

Background: Competitive swimmers are exposed to high training loads, which can contribute to the development of shoulder pain. There is a lack of research investigating the interactions between the accumulation of training loads and factors associat... Read More about Cumulative effects of a week’s training loads on shoulder physical qualities and wellness in competitive swimmers.

Arabic version of the international knee documentation committee subjective knee form (IKDC) : translation and validation (2021)
Journal Article
Almalki, H., Herrington, L., & Jones, R. (2021). Arabic version of the international knee documentation committee subjective knee form (IKDC) : translation and validation. Journal of Back and Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation, 35(3), 659-665. https://doi.org/10.3233/bmr-210136

BACKGROUND: In order to administer the International Knee Documentation Committee Subjective Knee Form (IKDC) questionnaire to Arabic speakers, a rigorous process of cross-cultural adaptation and validation is required in order to reach equivalence b... Read More about Arabic version of the international knee documentation committee subjective knee form (IKDC) : translation and validation.

How effective is an evidence-based exercise intervention in individuals with patellofemoral pain? (2021)
Journal Article
Greaves, H., Comfort, P., Liu, A., Herrington, L., & Jones, R. (2021). How effective is an evidence-based exercise intervention in individuals with patellofemoral pain?. Physical Therapy in Sport, 51, 92-101. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ptsp.2021.05.013

Objectives Guidelines for a comprehensive rehabilitation programme for patellofemoral pain (PFP) have been developed by international experts. The aim of this study was to analyse the effect of such a rehabilitative exercise programme on pain, funct... Read More about How effective is an evidence-based exercise intervention in individuals with patellofemoral pain?.

Return to sport decisions after an acute lateral ankle sprain injury : introducing the PAASS framework - an international multidisciplinary consensus (2021)
Journal Article
Smith, M., Vicenzino, B., Bahr, R., Bandholm, T., Cooke, R., De Michellis Mendonça, L., …Delahunt, E. (2021). Return to sport decisions after an acute lateral ankle sprain injury : introducing the PAASS framework - an international multidisciplinary consensus. British Journal of Sports Medicine, 55(22), 1270-1276. https://doi.org/10.1136/bjsports-2021-104087

Background Despite being the most commonly incurred sports injury with a high recurrence rate, there are no guidelines to inform return to sport (RTS) decisions following acute lateral ankle sprain injuries. We aimed to develop a list of assessment... Read More about Return to sport decisions after an acute lateral ankle sprain injury : introducing the PAASS framework - an international multidisciplinary consensus.

The outcome from anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction in an adult male population from United Arab of Emirates (2021)
Thesis
Kananizadegan, M. The outcome from anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction in an adult male population from United Arab of Emirates. (Thesis). University of Salford

In sports physiotherapy, outcome measurements are used to identify the athlete’s ability to tolerate the physical demands inherent in sports specific movement and prevent re-injury or identify readiness to return to competition. There are limited st... Read More about The outcome from anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction in an adult male population from United Arab of Emirates.

Kinematic characteristics of male runners with a history of recurrent calf muscle strain injury (2021)
Journal Article
Bramah, C., Preece, S., Gill, N., & Herrington, L. (2021). Kinematic characteristics of male runners with a history of recurrent calf muscle strain injury. International journal of sports physical therapy, 16(3), 732-740. https://doi.org/10.26603/001c.22971

Background: Calf muscle strain injuries are a common running injury affecting male runners and are known to have high reoccurrence rates. Currently, limited evidence exists investigating factors associated with this injury with no previous study inve... Read More about Kinematic characteristics of male runners with a history of recurrent calf muscle strain injury.

The impact of swim training loads on shoulder musculoskeletal physical qualities (2021)
Thesis
Yoma Galleguillos, M. The impact of swim training loads on shoulder musculoskeletal physical qualities. (Thesis). University of Salford

Competitive swimmers are exposed to high amounts of training loads. With a prevalence reported as high as 91%, shoulder pain is the main cause for missed or modified training in swimmers. The aetiology of injuries in sports is multifactorial includin... Read More about The impact of swim training loads on shoulder musculoskeletal physical qualities.

The effect of speed on Achilles tendon forces and patellofemoral joint stresses in high performing endurance runners (2021)
Journal Article
Starbuck, C., Bramah, C., Herrington, L., & Jones, R. (2021). The effect of speed on Achilles tendon forces and patellofemoral joint stresses in high performing endurance runners. Scandinavian Journal of Medicine and Science in Sports, 31(8), 1657-1665. https://doi.org/10.1111/sms.13972

Achilles tendinopathy and patellofemoral pain are common running injuries associated with increased Achilles tendon (AT) forces and patellofemoral joint (PFJ) stresses. This study examined AT forces and PFJ stresses at different running speeds in hig... Read More about The effect of speed on Achilles tendon forces and patellofemoral joint stresses in high performing endurance runners.

The Cutting Movement Assessment Score (CMAS) qualitative screening tool : application to mitigate anterior cruciate ligament injury risk during cutting (2021)
Journal Article
Dos’Santos, T., Thomas, C., McBurnie, A., Donelon, T., Herrington, L., & Jones, P. (2021). The Cutting Movement Assessment Score (CMAS) qualitative screening tool : application to mitigate anterior cruciate ligament injury risk during cutting. Biomechanics, 1(1), 83-101. https://doi.org/10.3390/biomechanics1010007

Side-step cutting is an action associated with non-contact anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injury with a plethora of negative economical, health, and psychological implications. Although ACL injury risk factors are multifactorial, biomechanical and... Read More about The Cutting Movement Assessment Score (CMAS) qualitative screening tool : application to mitigate anterior cruciate ligament injury risk during cutting.