Articles by Adam Johnson

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Modulating the Nordic hamstring exercise from ‘zero to hero’ – a stepwise progression explored in a high-performance athlete
Issue 59 (October 2022)
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Intratendinous hamstring injuries: sequential MRIs as a tool to reduce the risk of reinjury in elite sport
Issue 50 (January 2022)
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Can we modify maximal speed running posture? Implications for performance and hamstring injuries management
Issue 47 (October 2021)
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Match high-speed running distances are often suppressed after return from hamstring strain injury in professional footballers
Issue 38 (January 2021)
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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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Adam Johnson

Physiotherapist
Everton Football Club

Adam has worked in full time football for over eleven seasons now at Reading FC, Millwall FC, Brighton & Hove Albion FC and Stoke City FC in both academy and first team environments. He is currently working as First Team Physiotherapist at Everton FC which involves providing injury rehabilitation support to the first team players at the club. This and previous roles have led to an interest in injury prevention strategies, and more specifically hamstring injury prevention and understanding the current relevant literature. Adam has also shown a strong desire to develop himself and others around him by guest lecturing at a number of different Universities and having articles published in peer reviewed journals.