Articles by Adam Johnson

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Effects of eccentric training at long-muscle length on architectural and functional characteristics of the hamstrings
Issue 34 (September 2020)
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Eccentric hamstring strength in elite track and field athletes on the British Athletics world class performance program
Issue 31 (June 2020)
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Do niggles matter? – Increased injury risk following physical complaints in football (soccer)
Issue 28 (March 2020)
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Individual region and muscle-specific hamstring activity at different running speeds
Issue 25 (December 2019)
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Does soccer headgear reduce the incidence of sport-related concussion? A cluster, randomised controlled trial of adolescent athletes.
Issue 22 (September 2019)
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Eccentric knee flexor weakness in elite female footballers 1-10 years following anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction
Issue 19 (June 2019)
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Recommendations for hamstring injury prevention in elite football: translating research into practice
Issue 16 (March 2019)
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Kinematic and electromyographic analysis of the Askling L-protocol for hamstring training
Issue 12 (November 2018)
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Adam Johnson

First Team Performance Physiotherapist
Brighton, United Kingdom.

Adam worked in full time football at both Reading FC and Millwall FC before joining Brighton & Hove Albion FC originally as Head Academy Physiotherapist. After performing that role for two and a half years, he progressed to take up the role of First Team Performance Physiotherapist. This job involves devising whole squad and individual injury prevention protocols which has led to an interest in injury prevention literature, and more specifically hamstring injury prevention literature.