The Proximal Origin of the Hamstrings and Surrounding Anatomy Encountered During Repair
- Distal tears of the hamstring muscles: review of the literature and our results of surgical treatment. Lempainen, Lasse; Sarimo, Janne; Maitila, Kimmo; Heikkilä, Jouni; Orava, Sakari // British Journal of Sports Medicine;Feb2007, Vol. 41 Issue 2, p80
Background: Hamstring strains are among the most frequent injuries in sports, especially in events requiring sprinting and running. Distal tears of the hamstring muscles requiring surgical treatment are scarcely reported in the literature. Objective: To evaluate the results of surgical treatment...
- QUAD STRETCH FOR HAMS. // Joe Weider's Muscle & Fitness;Jun2006, Vol. 67 Issue 6, p258
The article discusses the results of a study in Australia concerning hamstring injuries. Australian scientists had 126 community-level Australian football players complete a questionnaire and undergo a musculoskeletal screening during the league preseason. Then they monitored all athletes over...
- Hamstring Injuries. Ropiak, Christopher R.; Bosco, Joseph A. // Bulletin of the NYU Hospital for Joint Diseases;2012, Vol. 70 Issue 1, p41
Hamstring injuries are a frequent injury in athletes. Proximal injuries are common, ranging from strain to complete tear. Strains are managed nonoperative ly, with rest followed by progressive stretching and strengthening. Reinjury is a concern. High grade complete tears are better managed...
- Recurring hamstring injuries dog many footballers. Targett, Steve // New Zealand Doctor;2/26/2014, p23
The article presents information on the hamstring muscle injuries, which are one of the most common injuries affecting sportspeople. Acute, non-contact muscle injury to the hamstring has limited treatment options. Hamstring muscle tear is one of the top two injuries in most football players, and...
- Hamstring strain injuries: are we heading in the right direction? Mendiguchia, Jurdan; Alentorn-Geli, Eduard; Brughelli, Matt // British Journal of Sports Medicine;Feb2012, Vol. 46 Issue 2, p81
The article focuses on hamstring strains, which is said to be the most prevalent muscle injury in sport whose injury and re-injury rate has remained high, with no improvements seen in over three decades. It offers a review of evidence related to the risk factors, with focus on the sufficiency of...
- MOVES OF THE MONTH. // Women's Nutrition Connection;Jan2012, p7
The article offers tips on how one can curl and stretch his or her hamstring muscle.
- One small move for thinner legs. // Redbook;Dec2014/Jan2015, p109
The article offers tips on how to attain thinner quads and hamstrings.
- POSITION STATEMENT. Sabin, Brian // Runner's World;Dec2016, Vol. 51 Issue 11, p52
The article offers suggestion on tightening hips and hamstrings, which includes breathing technique, exercise, and diet.
- Proximal hamstring injuries can have significant disability. Warren, Russell F. // Orthopedics Today;Mar2012, Vol. 32 Issue 3, p54
An interview with orthopedic surgeon Russell F. Warren is presented, wherein he talks about how does the diagnosis of a rupture of the proximal origin of the hamstrings made clinically, what findings on a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) exam confirm the diagnosis and what surgical approach,...