Injury prevention programs are effective when used in adolescent team sports
The Efficacy of Injury Prevention Programs in Adolescent Team Sports: A Meta-analysisAm J Sports Med. 2016 Sep;44(9):2415-24
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Ten studies, including nine randomized controlled trials and one prospective cohort study, were included in this meta-analysis to investigate the efficacy of injury prevention programs in adolescent team sports. Pooled results demonstrated a significant injury rate reduction with the use of injury prevention programs versus control interventions overall. Subgroup differences were noted for the typ...
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