Sports injuries in women: sex- and gender-based differences in etiology and prevention.
Instructional course lectures
There has been a significant increase in the participation of women in sports at all levels, especially after the enactment of the Title IX Education Amendment in 1972. This increased participation at all levels has resulted in more women sustaining sports injuries. Data on sex- and gender-based differences in all organ systems, including the musculoskeletal system, are beign gathered. It is important to review some of the areas of sex- and gender-based differences in sports injuries for which there is significant research, such as osteoporosis, the female athlete triad, and anterior cruciate ligament injuries. It is also necessary to examine those areas in which more information is needed, such as injuries to the shoulder, foot, and ankle.
Templeton, K., Hame, S., Hannafin, J., Griffin, L., Tosi, L., & Shields, N. (2008). Sports injuries in women: sex- and gender-based differences in etiology and prevention.. Instructional course lectures, 57 (). Retrieved from https://hsrc.himmelfarb.gwu.edu/smhs_orthosurg_facpubs/491