Hamstring Strain Injury and Rehabilitation

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Hamstring Strain Injury & Rehabilitation

Hamstrings are the tendons that attach the large muscles at the back of the thigh to bone. Hamstring strain injuries remain a potential challenge for both athletes and clinicians, given their high incidence rate, slow healing, and persistent symptoms. Eccentric strength training is the lack of attention to musculature adjacent to the hamstrings. Studies suggest that neuromuscular control of the lumbopelvic region is needed to enable optimal function of the hamstrings during normal sporting activities.

Examples of such movements include high knee marching, quick support running drills, forward falling running drills, and explosive starts, with the focus being on postural control and power development. Following a 6 week training period of these exercises, improvements in lower extremity control and movement discrimination have been observed.

Still a quite long research has been carried out in extensive rehabilitation techniques for Hamstring Injuries especially in Soccer players.

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