Soccer - ACL, long-term injury risk etc.

Combine measurements from different sources such as motion capture, electromyography, and environment variables to analyze scenarios close to real-world situations. The anatomically detailed human model of the AnyBody Modeling System provides the basis for investigating muscle forces, tendon strains, joint contact forces and much more.

Examples:

  • Investigate mechanisms of soccer injuries
  • Injury risk identification
  • Investigate movement strategies
  • Estimate muscle activity
  • Investigate muscle injuries e.g., adductor injuries, groin injuries, ACL injuries etc.
  • Dupré T, Tryba J, Potthast W (2021), "Muscle activity of cutting manoeuvres and soccer inside passing suggests an increased groin injury risk during these movements", Sci. Rep., vol. 11, pp. 7223. [DOI]
  • Dupré T, Funken J, Müller R, Mortensen KRL, Lysdal FG, Braun M, Krahl H, Potthast W (2018), "Does inside passing contribute to the high incidence of groin injuries in soccer? A biomechanical analysis", J. Sports Sci., vol. 36, pp. 1827-1835. [DOI]
  • Dupré T, Mortensen KR, Lysdal FG, Funken J, Müller R, Braun M, Krahl H, Kersting U, Potthast W, Pforzheim AC (2016), "Hip Joint Load and Muscle Stress in Soccer Inside Passing", In: ISBS-Conference Proceedings Archive, 34th International Conference on Biomechanics in Sport. [WWW]