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31 December 2020
Biomechanics of Sport-related Ankle Sprain Injury and Instability
Ankle sprain and instability impair sports performance and longer-term well-being of the athletes. This special issue provides comprehensive understanding of the biomechanics knowledge of the problem.
Papers are welcome that cover the following topics:
- Biomechanics-related risk factors and aetiologies
- Injury mechanism presented with biomechanics
- Management outcome evaluated with biomechanics
- Prevention strategies evaluated by biomechanics
- Return-to-sport guidelines with biomechanics
- Biomechanics characteristics after acute ankle sprain injury or chronic ankle instability
- Biomechanics methods to quantify unstable ankles
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Select "special issue – Biomechanics of sport-related ankle sprain injury and instability” when submitting your paper.
These article types will be considered: Review (preferred), Original Research, Methods and Theoretical Perspectives.
Word limit: 5000 for reviews and 3500 for others.
Table and figure limit: 5 for reviews and 3 for others.
Expected publication dates: mid 2021 to early 2022.
Authors are encouraged to contact the editor (Dr Daniel Fong, [email protected]) to enquire about the topic of the potential submission before preparation.
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