Visar resultat 1 - 5 av 9 avhandlingar innehållade ordet basketball.
1. Acute sports injuries in Sweden and their possible prevention : an epidemiological study using insurance data
Sammanfattning : Physical activity is an essential component of a healthy life, e.g. to prevent obesity, cardiovascular disease and premature death, of which sports can be an important part. Unfortunately, sports activities increase the risk of both overuse and acute injuries. LÄS MER
Sammanfattning : In this thesis, collective collapse in basketball is investigated. Although experienced by most team sport players, the phenomenon still puzzles the world of sports. Collective collapse is described as a sudden decrease in performance quality by a sport team, often with a devastating effect on the game outcome. LÄS MER
Sammanfattning : This thesis is based upon a series of studies were performed in order to provide more informationabout the etiology of late symptoms after ankle sprain, most often referred to as functional instabilityof the ankle joint. In a retrospective study of basketball players, the incidence of ankle sprains and theprevalence of late symptoms after such an injury were investigated. LÄS MER
Sammanfattning : The aim of this dissertation is to analyse how a group of female basketball players – aged 15 to 18 and located in one of Sweden’s largest cities – construct and negotiate gender and femininity through bodily and verbal practices. The study is grounded in poststructuralist theories – primarily using the theoretical work of the philosophers Judith Butler and Michel Foucault. LÄS MER
5. Detection and outcome of mild traumatic brain injury in patients and sportsmen : persisting symptoms, disabilities and life satisfaction in relation to S-100B, NSE and cortisol
Sammanfattning : Traumatic brain injuries are common (hospitalization incidence: 250-300 per 100.000 inhabitants/year) and a great majority of these injuries (80-85%) are classified as mild traumatic brain injury (MTBI/concussion). Many patients with MTBI (20-80%) suffer from subsequent persistent and often disabling symptoms. LÄS MER