Rehabiltation and return to play post hamstring strain

Criteria for progressing rehabilitation and return to play following a hamstring strain injury

Current rehabilitation and return to play (RTP) practices, such as timeframes for physiological muscle healing and subjective measures of pain may be inadequate to address risk factors for recurrent hamstring injury. More objective criteria such as the Askling H-test, ROM testing and handheld or isokinetic dynamometer strength testing may improve the balance of RTP times and rates of re-injury after hamstring strains.


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