Epidemiology of injuries in Hong Kong elite badminton athletes
journal contributionposted on 2016-05-19, 11:14 authored by Patrick Shu-Hang Yung, Romy Hing-Kwan Chan, Fiona Chui-Yan Wong, Phoebe Wai-Ling Cheuk, Daniel FongDaniel Fong
This study retrospectively reviewed the injury epidemiology on 44 Hong Kong elite badminton players in 2003. Team training records were reviewed to retrieve the training and competition hours, while the medical records from the physiotherapy department were reviewed to obtain information regarding injuries. A total of 253 injuries (128 recurrent and 125 new injuries) were recorded, which accounted for an overall incidence rate of 5.04 per 1,000 player hours. Elite senior athletes had a higher incidence rate of recurrent injuries, while elite junior and potential athletes had a higher incidence rate of new injuries. A total of 1,219 visits (4.82 per athlete) to the physiotherapy department were recorded, which cost HK$487,600 (HK$1,928 per injury). Most new injuries were strain (80 injuries), and the most frequently injured body sites were the back (17 injuries), the shoulder (15 injuries), the thigh (15 injuries), and the knee (15 injuries). One-sided exact test showed that a previous injury experience significantly associated with the occurrence of new injury.
- Sport, Exercise and Health Sciences
Published inResearch in Sports Medicine
Pages133 - 146
CitationYUNG, P. ... et al., 2007. Epidemiology of injuries in Hong Kong elite badminton athletes. Research in Sports Medicine, 15 (2), pp.133-146.
Publisher© Taylor & Francis
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