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Effects of heading the ball on the health of footballers

Forensic neuropathologist Bennet Omalu had no idea that the autopsy he was about to perform would turn the all-powerful National Football League on its head.

NEUROBIOLOGY OF DECISION-MAKING IN SPORTS

In 2008, neuroscientist John-Dylan Haynes conducted a set of experiments at the Bernstein Centre for Computational Neuroscience (Berlin) with the goal to learn more about the mechanisms of free will in human beings.

A step forward in the classification of muscle injuries

Muscle injuries are one of the main concerns in sports performance.

Monitoring fatigue with blood markers. The case of the German National Team in World Cups and European Championships

The international tournaments of national teams represent an important change in the players’ regular workload.

What factors are involved in hamstrings injury?

Hamstrings injury is the most frequent muscle injury in sports that require high speeds, such as football, rugby or American football.

The subacromial impingement syndrome does not alter the order of muscle activation during physiological movements of the shoulder

Shoulder problems are quite common, with 30% of people suffering pain in this part of the body at some moment in their lives.

WHAT DOES THE CARE FOR ATHLETES’ IMMUNE SYSTEMS TEACH US?

The confinement situation we are currently leaving behind, as it has been reported by multiple media sources, supposed a threat to the immune system.

THE INCIDENCE OF TENDINOPATHY IN FC BARCELONA’S TEAM SPORTS

Tendinopathies are estimated to represent approximately 30% of musculoskeletal consultations.

A PIONEERING STUDY IN PATELLAR TENDINOPATHY: TREATMENT WITH BONE MARROW MESENCHYMAL STEM CELLS

Patellar tendinopathy – pain and degeneration in the patellar tendon – is a frequent injury among athletes.

THE ROLE OF THE SPORTS DOCTOR AFTER THE RETURN TO COMPETITION IN FOOTBALL

The SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19) health crisis has made our society take extraordinary measures affecting all aspects of our lives, and sport could not be less.