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    Title: The Analysis of Risk Factors for Lower Limb Injuires among Female Adolescent Elite Soccer Players
    Authors: Yi-Huei,Wei
    Contributors: Department of Business Administration
    Keywords: Soccer sports injury;Iceberg Effect;Domino theory;Scenario nalysis theory
    Date: 2009
    Issue Date: 2009-11-17 19:18:34 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: Asia University
    Abstract: Soccer has become a popular sport not only in Europe but also in other parts of the world during the past decade. However, this physical activity usually results in many injuries, with the knee and ankle joints being the most commonly affected sites. previous injury has been identified as a risk factor for injury. Thus, identifying and understanding risk factors are necessary to develop preventive measures. The aim of the study, therefore, was to identify and realize injury risk factors and to develop target measures to prevent injuries.
    The study which was based on Domino Theory?Heinrich?and Scenario Analysis?Drury and Brill?was to investigate the risk factors for lower limb injuries in elite female soccers. Data were gathered from eight adolescent female soccer teams ?both junior and senior teams?which won the first four prizes in National Middle School Soccer League Tournament in 2009. At Baseline, these adolescent female soccer players?aged 12-18?were asked to complete a detailed questionnaire covering sports participation, history of previous injuries, and present lower limb functions. According to researches total of 134 most players sustained at least one injury. And as many as 78 players?58.2%?reported that they were made by the coaches to return to play in the game after an injury. The most common major injuries were thigh injury?70.1%?, followed by ankle sprain?64.2%?. And ice application?87.3%? is the most accepted treatment to help reduce swelling, bleeding, and pain. Furthermore, injury risks are assessed on an individual basis. For example, in the item of movement safety control, soccer players had different recalls according to their ages, scholarships, and residences.
    In conclusion, more effective strategies are needed to support players and coaches in the treatment and rehabilitation of the original injury to prevent further ones. And evaluating the existing rules of soccer and their appropriate application may also help to decrease injury risks.
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