List of news
Why do elite female soccer players get injured?
Results from a recent study conducted at the Oslo Sports Trauma Research Center indicate that a greater BMI was associated with new injuries to the lower limbs. In addition, players with a previous ACL injury had a significantly higher risk of new knee injury to the same side.
2014 IOC World Conference on Prevention of Injury & Illness in Sport
Shortly after the Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games, team physicians, physiotherapists, and medical science and sports experts from across the world will convene for the 4th IOC World Conference on Prevention of Injury and Illness in Sport.
Risk of head injuries highest among FIS World Cup freestyle riders
A new long-term study over 7 seasons among the world's best ski and snowboard athletes , led by the International Ski Federation FIS and the Oslo Sports Trauma Research Center, reveals that the risk of contracting a serious head injury is high.
New PhD on implications for ACL injury screening and prevention
Friday Nov 1, MD Eirik Klami Kristianslund defended his PhD-thesis, entitled ”Motion analysis of drop jumps and cutting maneuvers - Methodology and implications for ACL injury screening and prevention”.
New knowledge about surgery techniques and function of the posterior cruciate ligament
Two recently published articles in the American Journal of Sports Medicine by researchers from the Oslo Sports Trauma Research Center and the renowned group of Professor Rob LaPrade in Vail, confirm the stabilizing role of the posterior cruciate ligament (PCL) in deep knee flexion and serve as a foundation for re-creating the native knee kinematics with a PCL reconstruction.
Posterior cruciate ligament injury - Knees undergoing surgery for this injury suffer from poor function
A posterior cruciate ligament injury gets far less attention than an anterior cruciate ligament injury despite being just as serious. A research team from the Oslo Sports Trauma Research Center has recently published a number of articles with international partners.
Snowboard cross with highest injury risk among all snowboard disciplines
These are the results from a 6-year cohort study among elite World Cup snowboarders, a collaboration between the International Ski Federation (FIS) and the Oslo Sports Trauma Research Center, that just got published in British Journal of Sports Medicine.
Differences in mechanical and material properties between elite volleyball players with and without patellar tendinopathy
Results from this collaboration between the Department of Physical Performance and the Oslo Sports Trauma Research Center at the Norwegian School of Sport Sciences were recently published in British Journal of Sports Medicine.
Keynote lecture at the IRCOBI conference on the biomechanics of injury
Associate professor Tron Krosshaug gave a keynote lecture titled ‘Video analysis of ACL injuries in sports 3D reconstruction of human motion from regular TV image sequences’
High prevalence of overuse injury among iron-distance triathletes
This is the take-home message of a recently conducted study by the Oslo Sports Trauma Research Center and published in British Journal of Sports Medicine.