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Hip pain joint football

Derrick M Knapik, Joe Sheehan, Shane J Nho, James E Voos, Michael J Salata
Background: Intra-articular injuries to the hip in elite athletes represent a source of significant pain and disability. Hip arthroscopic surgery has become the gold standard for the treatment of disorders involving the hip joint. Purpose: To examine the incidence of and abnormalities treated with hip arthroscopic surgery as well as the impact on future participation in American football athletes invited to the National Football League (NFL) Scouting Combine with a history of hip arthroscopic surgery...
February 2018: Orthopaedic Journal of Sports Medicine
Suzi Edwards, Hiram C Brooke, Jill L Cook
OBJECTIVES: This study aimed to explore the differences in the magnitude of movement variability and strategies utilized during an unanticipated cut task between players with and without a history of groin pain. DESIGN: Cross-sectional design. SETTING: Biomechanics laboratory. PARTICIANTS: Male Australian football players with (HISTORY; n = 7) or without (CONTROL; n = 10) a history of groin pain. OUTCOME MEASURES: Three-dimensional ground reaction forces (GRF) and kinematics were recorded during 10 successful trials of an unanticipated cut task, and isokinetic hip adduction and abduction strength...
January 2017: Physical Therapy in Sport
J Kelm, O Ludwig, G Schneider, S Hopp
BACKGROUND: Lesions/irritations of the obturator internus muscle (OIM) are rare, several differential diagnoses are possible. PATIENT: This paper describes the case of an OIM injury in a professional football player. RESULTS: On clinical examination, painful internal rotation of the hip joint was an indication for a lesion/irritation of the OIM. MRI was the procedure of choice for imaging. Movement analysis served to detect a functional malposition...
March 2016: Sportverletzung Sportschaden: Organ der Gesellschaft Für Orthopädisch-Traumatologische Sportmedizin
Alan T Rankin, Chris M Bleakley, Michael Cullen
BACKGROUND: Chronic hip and groin pain offers a diagnostic challenge for the sports medicine practitioner. Recent consensus suggests diagnostic categorization based on 5 clinical entities: hip joint-, adductor-, pubic bone stress injury-, iliopsoas-, or abdominal wall-related pathology. However, their prevalence patterns and coexistence in an active population are unclear. PURPOSE: This study presents a descriptive epidemiology based on a large sample of active individuals with long-standing pain in the hip and groin region...
July 2015: American Journal of Sports Medicine
Rohit Rambani, Roger Hackney
BACKGROUND: sports hernia is a well-recognized cause of groin pain in athletes involved in sports, especially football and rugby. Loss of range of motion of the hip joint is a possible contributory factor to stress across the symphysis pubis leading to the instability. METHODS: twenty-five athletes presenting with sports hernia were matched to age, sex, physical/sports activity and co-morbidities with twenty-five athletes without sports hernia. The range of movement of both the hips was compared in athletes of both the groups...
January 2015: Muscles, Ligaments and Tendons Journal
Benjamin G Domb, Christine E Stake, Nathan A Finch, T Luke Cramer
Hip arthroscopy is a minimally invasive surgical technique often performed in athletes who want an expeditious return to sport. To the authors' knowledge, no studies in the literature provide a time frame or criteria for return to sport after hip arthroscopy. The purpose of this study was to develop an aggregate recommendation for return to sport after hip arthroscopy based on data assimilated from high-volume hip arthroscopy centers. Twenty-seven orthopedic surgeons from high-volume hip arthroscopy centers completed a survey regarding return to sport after hip arthroscopy...
October 2014: Orthopedics
Benjamin G Domb, Timothy J Jackson, Christopher C Carter, Jon R Jester, Nathan A Finch, Christine E Stake
BACKGROUND: American football players have an increased level of risk for hip injuries because of the high level of contact, biomechanical load, and anatomic strain placed on the hip joint. Many injuries are attributed to soft tissue injury rather than intra-articular lesions. However, because of improved imaging and increased knowledge, physicians are attributing unexplained hip pain to intra-articular lesions with increasing frequency. PURPOSE: To assess the prevalence of pathologic intra-articular hip lesions in a younger, retired National Football League (NFL) player cohort evaluated for persistent hip pain...
July 2014: American Journal of Sports Medicine
Azmon Tsur, Gershon Volpin
Total hip and knee arthroplasty are surgical procedures usually performed in older adults aged 65-70 years and more, who suffer from arthritic joint degeneration, in order to relieve pain and improve functioning. In the past decade there have been more and more documentations of younger people, 50-60 years old and even less, who expect to participate in physical activity following these procedures. The trend today is to recommend activities which exert mild pressure on the implants such as swimming, cycling, golf, bowling, walking and cycling...
November 2013: Harefuah
Fiona Nevin, Eamonn Delahunt
OBJECTIVES: The objective of the present study was to investigate whether differences exist in adductor squeeze test values and hip joint range of motion between athletes with longstanding groin pain and injury-free controls. DESIGN: Observational study with a case control design. METHODS: Eighteen Gaelic football players with current longstanding groin pain and 18 matched injury-free controls were assessed on their performance of the adductor squeeze test...
March 2014: Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport
Sujit Kumar Tripathy, Ramesh Kumar Sen, Tarun Goyal, Sandeep Patel
Femoroacetabular impingement (FAI) is often diagnosed as a cause of hip pain in athletes. Benign tumorous conditions presenting with FAI symptoms have been described in the literature, but there is no mention of any malignant lesion causing impingement. We report the case of a femur head chondrosarcoma in a 23-year-old professional football player who presented with FAI symptoms. Magnetic resonance imaging of the hip showed a bumpy outgrowth (hyperintense T2-weighted signal) from the anteroinferior portion of the femoral head without any signal changes in the rest of the head or in the hip joint...
April 2013: American Journal of Orthopedics
Con Hrysomallis
Along with the enjoyment and the other positive benefits of sport participation, there is also the risk of injury that is elevated in contact sport. This review provides a summary of injury incidence in Australian rules football (ARF), identifies injury risk factors, assesses the efficacy of interventions to reduce injury risk and makes recommendations for future research. The most common injuries were found to be muscle strains, particularly hamstrings; joint ligament sprains, especially ankle; haematomas and concussion...
May 2013: Sports Medicine
Giuseppe Balconi
There is considerable confusion over the word "pubalgia" with regard to the definition and the etiological causes of this condition. The term pubalgia should be used to indicate disabling pain affecting the pubic region in people who practise sports. Pubalgia affects 10% of those who practise sports and it is particularly prevalent in football players. According to the literature, about 40% of cases of pubalgia are caused by overuse of the symphysis pubis with progressive lesions affecting the rectus abdominal muscles, adductors (rectal-adductor syndrome) and the symphysis itself (osteitis pubis and joint injury)...
September 2011: Journal of Ultrasound
Christopher M Larson, Robby S Sikka, Matthew C Sardelli, J W Thomas Byrd, Bryan T Kelly, Rahul K Jain, M Russell Giveans
PURPOSE: The first purpose was to evaluate radiographic pathomorphology/abnormalities in a cohort of high-level collegiate football players screened with hip radiographs. The second purpose was to define the radiographic predictors of athletic-related "hip" and "groin" symptoms in this cohort of high-level athletes. METHODS: The study population included all male collegiate football players undergoing evaluation and hip radiography at the National Football League (NFL) Scouting Combine in 2009 and 2010...
March 2013: Arthroscopy: the Journal of Arthroscopic & related Surgery
Maarten A Röling, Peter Pilot, Peter R Krekel, Rolf M Bloem
Femoroacetabular impingement is a diagnosis that is often missed in patients with chronic groin pain. The condition often appears in young athletes. An anatomic deformity of the femoral head and the acetabular ridge causes an impingement that damages the subchondral tissue. This damage can result in sharp pain in the groin during specific hip movements and the acetabular labrum may also be ruptured. Diagnosing femoroacetabular impingement and a labral tear can be a challenge. We present the case of a 19-year-old male who twisted his right hip joint during a game of football...
2012: Nederlands Tijdschrift Voor Geneeskunde
Ashley L Kapron, Andrew E Anderson, Christopher L Peters, Lee G Phillips, Gregory J Stoddard, David J Petron, Robert Toth, Stephen K Aoki
PURPOSE: The objective of this study was to determine whether physical examinations (flexion-abduction-external rotation [FABER], impingement, range-of-motion profiles) could be used to detect the bony abnormalities of femoroacetabular impingement (FAI) in an athletic population. METHODS: We performed a prospective study of 65 male collegiate football players. Both hips were evaluated by 2 orthopaedic surgeons for radiographic signs of FAI. The alpha angle and head-neck offset were measured on frog-leg lateral films...
November 2012: Arthroscopy: the Journal of Arthroscopic & related Surgery
Robert Donatelli, Donn Dimond, Matt Holland
Athletes consistently recruit or transfer high levels of repetitive force through the spine. Proper force transmission from the legs to the hips and pelvis and through the trunk is vital. Hip and pelvis joint restrictions and muscle strength deficits coupled with poor endurance of the trunk muscle will lead to spinal instability, which is habitually described in symptomatic athletes. A rehabilitation program that targets the unstable base first, and then progresses to strengthening of the pelvis and hips and targets control of movement in a sport-specific approach, should result in pain reduction, skill enhancement, and a safe return to play...
July 2012: Clinics in Sports Medicine
Carolyn J Taylor, Tania Pizzari, Nick Ames, John W Orchard, Belinda J Gabbe, Jill L Cook
OBJECTIVES: Hip and groin pain are common problems in Australian football. Although indigenous (I) players are at greater risk of soft tissue injury than their non-indigenous (non-I) counterparts, Aboriginal descent has not previously been identified as a risk factor for hip and groin injury. The aim of this study was to investigate if hip and groin screening tests would demonstrate differences between indigenous and non-indigenous junior elite AF players. DESIGN: Cross-sectional study...
July 2011: Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport
Gonzalo Ansede, Bryan English, Jeremiah C Healy
Groin pain is a common problem in the elite athlete and may lead to prolonged inactivity if inadequately treated. Groin pain, arising from injuries to the hip and pelvis, accounts for 5 to 6% of athletic injuries in adults and 10 to 24% of these injuries in children. Lower limb-dominated athletic activities such as football, rugby, ice hockey, running, and ballet are particularly at risk. Comprehensive evaluation of all the anatomical locations prone to injury including the hip joint, sacrum, ilium and proximal femora, pelvic tendon attachments, and pelvic musculature is required...
February 2011: Seminars in Musculoskeletal Radiology
E Sacco, A Totaro, F Marangi, F Pinto, M Racioppi, G Gulino, A Volpe, M Gardi, P F Bassi
INTRODUCTION: Prostatitis-like syndromes are high prevalent health problems and frequently considered by patients and physicians as strictly correlated to sports causing perineal compression. These syndromes and their relationships with sporting activities have been discussed in this report. METHODS: We reviewed peer-reviewed scientific articles published by May 2009 and searched according to the following term selection: prostatitis, pudendal nerve, sport, cycling...
April 2010: Urologia
Inês Machado Vaz, M Castro, S Cabete, J A Rocha, I Brito
A painful hip in a young adult may have its origin in different aetiologies, and both clinical history and physical examination are crucial for diagnostic guidance. The authors describe the case of a 28 year-old male, amateur football player, suffering from insidious progressive left cruralgia, with nocturnal and prolonged high-impact loading activities exacerbation, resulting in significant impairment of exercise tolerance, gait and other daily activities. He had a transitory response to non-steroid anti-inflammatory drugs...
October 2009: Acta Reumatológica Portuguesa
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