Affiliation: University of Erlangen-Nuremberg
- Neuromuscular training for rehabilitation of sports injuries: a systematic reviewAstrid Zech
Department of Sports Science and Sports, University of Erlangen Nuremberg, Erlangen, Germany
Med Sci Sports Exerc 41:1831-41. 2009..The objective of this review was to evaluate the effectiveness of proprioceptive and neuromuscular training (PT/NT) for the treatment of ankle, knee, and shoulder joint injuries...
- Balance training for neuromuscular control and performance enhancement: a systematic reviewAstrid Zech
Department of Sports Science and Sports, Friedrich Alexander University, Erlangen, Germany
J Athl Train 45:392-403. 2010..Thus, its practical benefit in athletic training remains inconclusive. Our objective was to evaluate the effectiveness of training interventions in enhancing neuromuscular control and functional performance...
- Effects of fatiguing treadmill running on sensorimotor control in athletes with and without functional ankle instabilitySimon Steib
Institute of Sport Science and Sport, University of Erlangen Nuremberg, Erlangen, Germany Electronic address
Clin Biomech (Bristol, Avon) 28:790-5. 2013..Little is known on potential interactions between both conditions. The purpose was to investigate the effect of fatiguing exercise on sensorimotor control in athletes with and without (coper, controls) functional ankle instability...
- Effects of strength training versus power training on physical performance in prefrail community-dwelling older adultsMichael Drey
Institute for Biomedicine of Aging, University of Erlangen Nuremberg, Nuremberg, Germany
Gerontology 58:197-204. 2012..It has been unclear which training mode is most effective and feasible for improving physical performance in the risk group of prefrail community-dwelling older adults...
- Fatigue-induced alterations of static and dynamic postural control in athletes with a history of ankle sprainSimon Steib
Institute of Sport Science and Sport, University of Erlangen Nuremberg, Erlangen, Germany
J Athl Train 48:203-8. 2013..Thus, even after successful return to competition, ongoing deficits in sensorimotor control may contribute to the enhanced ankle reinjury risk...