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Footwear Traction and Lower Extremity Noncontact Injury

Discussion in 'Biomechanics, Sports and Foot orthoses' started by NewsBot, May 9, 2013.

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    Footwear Traction and Lower Extremity Noncontact Injury
    Wannop, John W.; Luo, Geng; Stefanyshyn, Darren J.
    Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise: 7 May 2013
     
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    Interesting.. we looked at this well over 10 years ago.. specifically focussing on ACL injury. There was the premise that football boot grip was a bit like a ski boot that did not release from a ski binding, transmitting torque up the limb and placing the knee at risk during a plant and rotate manoeuvre. As a result of this, outsole design for football boots was completely reworked to allow much more translation at the boot surface interface.
    Do Darryn and his group classify the injuries they document in this study at all?
     
  3. I have two books in my library from 1983 and 1984 that had a lot of research papers on frictional characteristics of sport shoe design on different surfaces and the effects of these parameters on lower extremity biomechanics:

    Nigg BM, Kerr BA (eds): Biomechanical Aspects of Sport Shoes and Playing Surfaces: Proceedings of the International Symposium on Biomechanical Aspects of Sport Shoes and Playing Surfaces. Biomechanics Laboratory, University of Calgary, August 1983.

    Frederick EC: Sport Shoes and Playing Surfaces: Biomechanical Properties. Human Kinetics Publishers, Champaign, Illinois, 1984.

    This type of research has therefore been going on for at least the last three decades and is some of the earliest athletic shoe research that occurred within the International Biomechanics Community.
     
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    The effect of field condition and shoe type on lower extremity injuries in American Football
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    Br J Sports Med doi:10.1136/bjsports-2012-092113
     
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    On the ‘trench effect’ theory: A biomechanical analysis of the relationship between traction and shoe orientation on third-generation artificial turf
    David McGhiea & Gertjan Ettema
    Footwear Science; online first
     
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    Study finds no greater injury risk on artificial playing surfaces
    No statistically significant difference in professional soccer player injury rates on artificial, natural turf
     
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    The mechanical interactions between an American football cleat and playing surfaces in-situ at loads and rates generated by elite athletes: a comparison of playing surfaces.
    Kent R, Forman JL, Crandall J, Lessley D.
    Sports Biomech. 2015 Apr 22:1-17.
     
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    Higher shoe-surface interaction is associated with doubling of lower extremity injury risk in football codes: a systematic review and meta-analysis
    Athol Thomson, Rod Whiteley, Chris Bleakley
    Br J Sports Med doi:10.1136/bjsports-2014-094478
     
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    Safety of third-generation artificial turf in male elite professional soccer players in Italian major league
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    Scandinavian Journal of Medicine & Science in Sports; Early View
     
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    The role of shoe design on the prediction of free torque at the shoe-surface interface using pressure insole technology.
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    Sports Biomech. 2016 May 30:1-15
     
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    Skin friction related behaviour of artificial turf systems
    Sock Peng Tay, Paul Fleming, Xiao Hu & Steph Forrester
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    The influence of different soccer cleat type on kinetic, kinematic and neuromuscular ankle variables in artificial turf
    Diogo C.F. Silva, Rubim Santos, Vilas-Boas J. Paulo, Rui Macedo, António Montes & Andreia S.P. Sousa
    Footwear Science 14 Oct 2016
     
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    Influence of Cleats-Surface Interaction on the Performance and Risk of Injury in Soccer: A Systematic Review.
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    Neuromechanical adaptations to slippery sport shoes
    Cédric Y.M. Morio, , Alexis Herbaut
    Human Movement Science; Volume 59, June 2018, Pages 212–222
     
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    Influences of Athletic Footwear on Ground Reaction Forces During A Sidestep Cutting Maneuver on Artificial Turf
    Jacob R. Gdovin, Charles C. Williams, Samuel J. Wilson, Vanessa L. Cazas-Moreno, Lauren A. Luginsland, Charles R. Allen, Harish Chander, Chip Wade, John C. Garner III
    IKSS Vol 6, No 2 (2018)
     
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    Higher Rates of Lower Extremity Injury on Synthetic Turf Compared With Natural Turf Among National Football League Athletes: Epidemiologic Confirmation of a Biomechanical Hypothesis.
    Mack CD et al
    Am J Sports Med. 2018 Nov 19
     
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