A Model-Based Approach To Predict Neuromuscular Control Patterns That Minimize ACL Forces During Jump Landing
Computer Methods in Biomechanics and Biomedical Engineering
Jump landing is a common situation leading to knee injuries involving the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) in sports. Although neuromuscular control is considered as a key injury risk factor, there is a lack of knowledge regarding optimum control strategies that reduce ACL forces during jump landing. In the present study, a musculoskeletal model-based computational approach
is presented that allows identifying neuromuscular control patterns that minimize ACL forces during jump landing. The approach is demonstrated for a jump landing maneuver in downhill skiing, which is one out of three main injury mechanisms in competitive skiing.
Heinrich, Dieter; van den Bogert, Antonie J.; Csapo, Robert; and Nachbauer, Werner, "A Model-Based Approach To Predict Neuromuscular Control Patterns That Minimize ACL Forces During Jump Landing" (2021). Mechanical Engineering Faculty Publications. 409.
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