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Sports injury prevention programmes from the sports physical therapist's perspective: An international expert Delphi approach

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Mendonça, LDM, Schuermans, J, Denolf, S, Napier, C, Bittencourt, NFN, Romanuk, A, Tak, I, Thorborg, K, Bizzini, M, Ramponi, C, Paterson, C, Hägglund, M, Malisoux, L, Al Attar, WSA, Samukawa, M, Esteve, E, Bakare, U, Constantinou, M, Schneiders, A, Cavallieri Gomes, A, Florentz, D, Ozer Kaya, D, Indra Lesmana, S, Harøy, J, Kuparinen, V, Philips, N, Jenkins, W, Wezenbeek, E & Witvrouw, E 2022, 'Sports injury prevention programmes from the sports physical therapist's perspective: An international expert Delphi approach', Physical therapy in sport : official journal of the Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Sports Medicine, vol. 55, pp. 146-154. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ptsp.2022.04.002

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Mendonça, L. D. M., Schuermans, J., Denolf, S., Napier, C., Bittencourt, N. F. N., Romanuk, A., Tak, I., Thorborg, K., Bizzini, M., Ramponi, C., Paterson, C., Hägglund, M., Malisoux, L., Al Attar, W. S. A., Samukawa, M., Esteve, E., Bakare, U., Constantinou, M., Schneiders, A., ... Witvrouw, E. (2022). Sports injury prevention programmes from the sports physical therapist's perspective: An international expert Delphi approach. Physical therapy in sport : official journal of the Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Sports Medicine, 55, 146-154. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ptsp.2022.04.002

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Mendonça LDM, Schuermans J, Denolf S, Napier C, Bittencourt NFN, Romanuk A, Tak I, Thorborg K, Bizzini M, Ramponi C, Paterson C, Hägglund M, Malisoux L, Al Attar WSA, Samukawa M, Esteve E, Bakare U, Constantinou M, Schneiders A, Cavallieri Gomes A, Florentz D, Ozer Kaya D, Indra Lesmana S, Harøy J, Kuparinen V, Philips N, Jenkins W, Wezenbeek E, Witvrouw E. 2022. Sports injury prevention programmes from the sports physical therapist's perspective: An international expert Delphi approach. Physical therapy in sport : official journal of the Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Sports Medicine. 55:146-154. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ptsp.2022.04.002

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Mendonça, Luciana De Michelis ; Schuermans, Joke ; Denolf, Sander ; Napier, Christopher ; Bittencourt, Natália F N ; Romanuk, Andrés ; Tak, Igor ; Thorborg, Kristian ; Bizzini, Mario ; Ramponi, Carlo ; Paterson, Colin ; Hägglund, Martin ; Malisoux, Laurent ; Al Attar, Wesam Saleh A ; Samukawa, Mina ; Esteve, Ernest ; Bakare, Ummkulthoum ; Constantinou, Maria ; Schneiders, Anthony ; Cavallieri Gomes, Alexandre ; Florentz, Didier ; Ozer Kaya, Derya ; Indra Lesmana, Syahmirza ; Harøy, Joar ; Kuparinen, Vesa ; Philips, Nicola ; Jenkins, Walter ; Wezenbeek, Evi ; Witvrouw, Erik. / Sports injury prevention programmes from the sports physical therapist's perspective : An international expert Delphi approach. In: Physical therapy in sport : official journal of the Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Sports Medicine. 2022 ; Vol. 55. pp. 146-154.

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title = "Sports injury prevention programmes from the sports physical therapist's perspective: An international expert Delphi approach",
abstract = "OBJECTIVE: To provide consensus on how to plan, organize and implement exercise-based injury prevention program (IPP) in sports.DESIGN: Delphi.SETTING: LimeSurvey platform.PARTICIPANTS: Experienced sports physical therapists from the International Federation of Sports Physical Therapy member countries.MAIN OUTCOME MEASURES: Factors related to sports IPP planning, organization and implementation.RESULTS: We included 305 participants from 32 countries. IPP planning should be based on an athlete's injury history, on pre-season screening results, and on injury rates (respectively, 98%, 92%, 89% agreement). In total 97% participants agreed that IPP organization should depend on the athlete's age, 93% on the competition level, and 93% on the availability of low-cost materials. It was agreed that IPP should mainly be implemented in warm-up sessions delivered by the head or strength/conditioning coach, with physical training sessions and individual physical therapy sessions (respectively, 94%, 92%, 90% agreement).CONCLUSION: Strong consensus was reached on (1) IPP based on the athlete's injury history, pre-season screening and evidence-based sports-specific injury rates; (2) IPP organization based on the athlete's age, competition level, and the availability of low-cost materials and (3) IPP implementation focussing on warm-up sessions implemented by the strength/conditioning coach, and/or individual prevention sessions by the physical therapist.",
keywords = "Athletic injuries, Consensus, Physical therapy",
author = "Mendon{\c c}a, {Luciana De Michelis} and Joke Schuermans and Sander Denolf and Christopher Napier and Bittencourt, {Nat{\'a}lia F N} and Andr{\'e}s Romanuk and Igor Tak and Kristian Thorborg and Mario Bizzini and Carlo Ramponi and Colin Paterson and Martin H{\"a}gglund and Laurent Malisoux and {Al Attar}, {Wesam Saleh A} and Mina Samukawa and Ernest Esteve and Ummkulthoum Bakare and Maria Constantinou and Anthony Schneiders and {Cavallieri Gomes}, Alexandre and Didier Florentz and {Ozer Kaya}, Derya and {Indra Lesmana}, Syahmirza and Joar Har{\o}y and Vesa Kuparinen and Nicola Philips and Walter Jenkins and Evi Wezenbeek and Erik Witvrouw",
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TY - JOUR

T1 - Sports injury prevention programmes from the sports physical therapist's perspective

T2 - An international expert Delphi approach

AU - Mendonça, Luciana De Michelis

AU - Schuermans, Joke

AU - Denolf, Sander

AU - Napier, Christopher

AU - Bittencourt, Natália F N

AU - Romanuk, Andrés

AU - Tak, Igor

AU - Thorborg, Kristian

AU - Bizzini, Mario

AU - Ramponi, Carlo

AU - Paterson, Colin

AU - Hägglund, Martin

AU - Malisoux, Laurent

AU - Al Attar, Wesam Saleh A

AU - Samukawa, Mina

AU - Esteve, Ernest

AU - Bakare, Ummkulthoum

AU - Constantinou, Maria

AU - Schneiders, Anthony

AU - Cavallieri Gomes, Alexandre

AU - Florentz, Didier

AU - Ozer Kaya, Derya

AU - Indra Lesmana, Syahmirza

AU - Harøy, Joar

AU - Kuparinen, Vesa

AU - Philips, Nicola

AU - Jenkins, Walter

AU - Wezenbeek, Evi

AU - Witvrouw, Erik

N1 - Copyright © 2022 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

PY - 2022/5

Y1 - 2022/5

N2 - OBJECTIVE: To provide consensus on how to plan, organize and implement exercise-based injury prevention program (IPP) in sports.DESIGN: Delphi.SETTING: LimeSurvey platform.PARTICIPANTS: Experienced sports physical therapists from the International Federation of Sports Physical Therapy member countries.MAIN OUTCOME MEASURES: Factors related to sports IPP planning, organization and implementation.RESULTS: We included 305 participants from 32 countries. IPP planning should be based on an athlete's injury history, on pre-season screening results, and on injury rates (respectively, 98%, 92%, 89% agreement). In total 97% participants agreed that IPP organization should depend on the athlete's age, 93% on the competition level, and 93% on the availability of low-cost materials. It was agreed that IPP should mainly be implemented in warm-up sessions delivered by the head or strength/conditioning coach, with physical training sessions and individual physical therapy sessions (respectively, 94%, 92%, 90% agreement).CONCLUSION: Strong consensus was reached on (1) IPP based on the athlete's injury history, pre-season screening and evidence-based sports-specific injury rates; (2) IPP organization based on the athlete's age, competition level, and the availability of low-cost materials and (3) IPP implementation focussing on warm-up sessions implemented by the strength/conditioning coach, and/or individual prevention sessions by the physical therapist.

AB - OBJECTIVE: To provide consensus on how to plan, organize and implement exercise-based injury prevention program (IPP) in sports.DESIGN: Delphi.SETTING: LimeSurvey platform.PARTICIPANTS: Experienced sports physical therapists from the International Federation of Sports Physical Therapy member countries.MAIN OUTCOME MEASURES: Factors related to sports IPP planning, organization and implementation.RESULTS: We included 305 participants from 32 countries. IPP planning should be based on an athlete's injury history, on pre-season screening results, and on injury rates (respectively, 98%, 92%, 89% agreement). In total 97% participants agreed that IPP organization should depend on the athlete's age, 93% on the competition level, and 93% on the availability of low-cost materials. It was agreed that IPP should mainly be implemented in warm-up sessions delivered by the head or strength/conditioning coach, with physical training sessions and individual physical therapy sessions (respectively, 94%, 92%, 90% agreement).CONCLUSION: Strong consensus was reached on (1) IPP based on the athlete's injury history, pre-season screening and evidence-based sports-specific injury rates; (2) IPP organization based on the athlete's age, competition level, and the availability of low-cost materials and (3) IPP implementation focussing on warm-up sessions implemented by the strength/conditioning coach, and/or individual prevention sessions by the physical therapist.

KW - Athletic injuries

KW - Consensus

KW - Physical therapy

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DO - 10.1016/j.ptsp.2022.04.002

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