The definitive injury results from the PAFIX project have been published

The definitive injury results from the PAFIX study have been published online in the latest edition of Injury Prevention.  Overall, during the study there were  773 game injuries recorded. The lower limb was the most frequently injured and accounted for 50% of all injuries. More specifically, 17% of lower limb injuries were to the upper leg, 12% to the knee, 8% to the lower leg and 13% to the ankle/foot/toes.

The players who participated in the training program had a 22% reduction in lower limb injury rates and a 50% reduction in knee injury rates compared to players in the control group of the study. Below is a link to the journal article.

The definitive injury results of the PAFIX study

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