Title

高中甲級籃球選手踝關節競技傷害之發生率調查

Translated Titles

A Prospective Epidemiological Study of an Ankle Sport Injuries in Elite Men's High School Basketball Players

Authors

陳嘉弘(Chia-Hong Chen);王興國(Hsing-Kuo Wang)

Key Words

籃球 ; 踝關節 ; 發生率 ; Basketball ; Ankle injury ; Incidence

PublicationName

物理治療

Volume or Term/Year and Month of Publication

28卷4期(2003 / 08 / 01)

Page #

209 - 216

Content Language

繁體中文

Chinese Abstract

Purposes: The purposes of this study were to survey the incidence and to discover the types and outcomes of ankle injuries in elite men’s high-school basketball players. Methods: Ninety one-players from the Sung-Shan, Nan-Shan, Chiang-Shu men’s high-school basketball teams were recruited to this prospective study for a period of one year (March, 2002 to February, 2003). Two main questionnaires including a follow-up questionnaire and residual symptoms questionnaire were used to estimate the incidence and outcomes of ankle injuries. Results: Forty-six players with a total of 106 ankle injury events were recorded, making the incidence of this injury 1.14 per 1000 hours of participation in basketball training and competitions. Most of the injured players (71.7%) suffered from re-injuries or chronic stage injuries. Medical treatment and time lost were reported with 38.7% and 43.3% of the total ankle injuries respectively. All injured players reported these injuries influenced their performance after returning. Conclusion: These men’s high-school basketball players had a high incidence of ankle injuries that were mainly re-injuries and chronic stage injuries. Further studies regarding risk factors for these re-injuries and chronic stage injuries are suggested.

English Abstract

Purposes: The purposes of this study were to survey the incidence and to discover the types and outcomes of ankle injuries in elite men’s high-school basketball players. Methods: Ninety one-players from the Sung-Shan, Nan-Shan, Chiang-Shu men’s high-school basketball teams were recruited to this prospective study for a period of one year (March, 2002 to February, 2003). Two main questionnaires including a follow-up questionnaire and residual symptoms questionnaire were used to estimate the incidence and outcomes of ankle injuries. Results: Forty-six players with a total of 106 ankle injury events were recorded, making the incidence of this injury 1.14 per 1000 hours of participation in basketball training and competitions. Most of the injured players (71.7%) suffered from re-injuries or chronic stage injuries. Medical treatment and time lost were reported with 38.7% and 43.3% of the total ankle injuries respectively. All injured players reported these injuries influenced their performance after returning. Conclusion: These men’s high-school basketball players had a high incidence of ankle injuries that were mainly re-injuries and chronic stage injuries. Further studies regarding risk factors for these re-injuries and chronic stage injuries are suggested.

Topic Category 醫藥衛生 > 醫藥總論