«Manejo exitoso de la lesiones del tendón de la corva en futbolistas base australianos: Informe de dos casos.»
Wayne T Hoskins and Henry P Pollard Macquarie Injury Management Group, Department of Health & Chiropractic, Macquarie University, NSW 2109, Australia
Abstract Hamstring injuries are the most prevalent injury in Australian Rules football. There is a lack of evidence based literature on the treatment, prevention and management of hamstring injuries, although it is agreed that the etiology is complicated and multi-factorial. We present two cases of hamstring injury that had full resolution after spinal manipulation and correction of lumbar-pelvic biomechanics. There was no recurrence through preventative treatment over a twelve and sixteen week period. The use of spinal manipulation for treatment or prevention of hamstring injury has not been documented in sports medicine literature and should be further investigated in prospective randomized controlled trials.
Chiropractic & Osteopathy 2005, 13:4.