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Patellar tendon and its adaptation to training loads

Tendons are fibrous tissue structures originated in the muscle and which get inserted into the bone. Their function is very similar to the one of the ligaments, a fibrous cord connecting two bones.

The role of psychology in tendinopathy treatment

Tendinopathy is a frequent pain in amateur and elite athletes. Its persistence can have a negative psychological impact and, consequently, a difficult rehab.

Injury incidence of LaLiga football players after the lockdown

The irruption of COVID-19 in football resulted in the suspension of the Spanish league (LaLiga Santander) and a lockdown for many weeks. Consequently, football players’ daily routines were completely affected.

The Future of Biomaterials in Regenerative Medicine Treatments 

The use of regenerative medicine in fields such as injury recovery or disease or tumour treatments caused an authentic paradigm change in the way medical interventions were proposed.

Monitoring tendinopathy state and its recovery process

How to heal what we cannot see? Medicine faces illnesses, injuries or ailments on a daily basis which cannot be directly observed.

The Most Common Team Sports Injuries

Football injuries are generally either acute or cumulative. Acute injuries are “traumatic”, for example, as a result of a fall, blow or collision. Cumulative injuries are those in which repetitive stress on a muscle, joint or connective tissue triggers progressively worsening aches, pain and physical impairment. Knowing how and why football injuries occur is the first step to preventing them. Today we will review the most common injuries such as to the knee, the ankle and the hamstring.

The risks of returning to play in elite football after an injury

Professional football carries a high risk of injury, especially during matches. The injury rate is 7 times higher compared to training.1 In this context, having all the players healthy and ready to compete is one of the main preparation goals in top-level football. The monthly financial cost of an injury to a player from a team that participates in the Champions League is 500,000€.

How athletes can benefit from ice baths

Ice baths and cold-water baths have become a much talked about topic lately among athletes as well as non-athletes. The rise of personas such as Wim Hof, better known as “iceman Hof”, who has reached nearly 2 million followers on Instagram, has brought the concept of dipping oneself into a cold body of water, viral, reaching the general public.

Replacing a Coach Increases the Risk of Muscle Injury

Football is a sport with a significant risk of injury.. There are constant sprints, changes of direction, unexpected events and situations involving complex coordination… We also know that there are factors that can increase the probability of suffering an injury. The players’ age, the exposure time to the stimuli of training and competitions or having previously suffered from another injury in the same body region multiply the risks.

Injury prevention and recovery in team sports: a pyramid of factors to consider

Numerous variables can influence injury frequency in team sports, and many of them are highly interconnected. Success in reducing injury rates requires a thorough understanding of these potential risk factors in isolation, but we also need to know their relationships. The truth is that every time there is an injury, there is usually a confluence of many factors that make the examination of each situation more complicated.