Science of Cycling, Injury Prevention: 20 to 22 June 2014 Australian Institute of Sport, European Training Centre. Varese, North Italy.

A three day conference involving a Friday evening Masterclass, Saturday Symposium and Sunday Practical workshops. The content is focused towards Cycling Related Injury Management, with a detailed analysis of the theory and practice of Bike Set-Up and Body Assessment of the cyclist. Muscle Activation in Cycling and the Biomechanics of Cycling will be discussed, within a clinical reasoning framework, especially in relation […]

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Pedal Power: A Closer Look at Cycling Injuries and Biomechanics: Guest post by Peter Bloomer

By Peter Bloomer from Lilliput Health Cycling has become increasingly popular the world over. Certainly after the successes of Sir Chris Hoy, Bradley Wiggins and now Chris Froome in this year’s Tour De France, it is safe to say cycling will continue to boom in the UK in particular. This can lead to an increased […]

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Methods for identifying repeat treatment episodes and adjusting for risk factor transient exposures

Guest Blog by @CarolineFinch Cross Fertilising ‘Injury Prevention’ journal (IP) and BJSM Sports injury epidemiologists with a methodological bent will benefit from two papers published in the October issue of the BJSM’s sister journal, Injury Prevention. In the first paper, Davie et al. discuss how to identify re-admissions for the same injury from hospital discharge data. […]

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