S103| Volume 24, SUPPLEMENT 1, S14, November 2021

Lower-limb work during low- and high-impact tasks in hip-related pain: Associations with sex and symptoms

      Background: Hip-related pain (HRP) is a movement-related condition; however, previous biomechanics research into HRP have concentrated on male-dominated cohorts and focused on people undergoing surgical intervention. As a result, little is known about the biomechanical impairments of women with HRP and those not seeking surgery. Therefore, the aims of this study were threefold: (i) to evaluate the differences in lower-limb joint work between football players with and without HRP, (ii) to explore the relationship between lower-limb work and a person’s burden of HRP, and (iii) to determine whether any potential differences/relationships were sex-dependent.
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