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Investigation the injury patterns and reasons of the Turkish first leauge female volleyball players according to playing position

Yıl 2013, Cilt 15, Sayı 2, 34 - 37, 08.08.2013

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The aim of this study was to investigate the injury patterns of Turkish first leauge women volleyball players
according to playing position. Totaly 84 firts leauge players who were average 24.1±7.5 years age and 11.4±4.7
years sport age participated in to the sdudy voluntary. Data collected by using sport injury survey sheet which
was developed by researcher. Survey investigated injury patterns whish were occured in last past 2 yaers.
Survey analysis showed that % 77.3 of participant had injury before and injuries mostly (%62.1) accured in
training. Spiker was the most injured (%22.6) playing position, sprain was the most reported (%39.2) injury type,
arm-shoulder was the most injured (%27.4) body part, overuse was the most injury reason (%47.3) and generally
the injuries needs more than four week for recovery time (%52.3). According to findings it is possible to say that
for the preventing injuries in first leauge women volleyball players, trainers should set the training loads
carefully.

Kaynakça

  • Aagaard H, Jorgensen U. Injuries in elite volleyball. Scand J Med Sci Sports. 1996; 6: 228–232.
  • Agel JMA, Palmieri-Smith RM, Dick RMS, Wojtys EM, Marshall SW. Descriptive epidemiology of collegiate women's volleyball ınjuries: national collegiate athletic association ınjury surveillance system, 1988-1989 through 2003-2004. Jonrnal of Athletic Training. 2007; 42(2): 295-302.
  • Augustsson SR, Augustsson J, Thomee R, Svantesson U. Injuries and preventive actions in elite Swedish volleyball, Scandinavian Journal of Medicine and Science in Sports. 2006; 16: 433–440.
  • Bahr R, Bahr IA. Incidence of acute volleyball injuries: a prospective cohort study of injury mechanisms and risk factors. Scand J Med Sci Sports.1997; 7: 166–171.
  • Bahr R, Karlsen R, Lian O, Ovrebo RV. Incidence and mechanisms of acute ankle inversion injuries in volleyball. A retrospective cohort study, American Journal of Sports Medicine. 1994; 22: 595–600.
  • Beneka A, Malliou P, Tsigganos G, Gioftsidou A, Michalopoulou M, Germanou E, Godolias G. A prospective study of injury incidence among elite and local division volleyball players in Greece Journal of Back and Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation. 2007; 20: 115–121.
  • Beneka A, Mallıou P, Gioftsidou A, Tsigganos G, Zetou H, Godolias G. Injury incidence rate, severity and diagnosis in male volleyball players. Sport Sci Health. 2009; 5:93–99.
  • Bavlı Ö. Investigation the injury patterns and causes of elite female volleyball players. 13th Sport Medicine Congress (16-18 December 2011), Bursa, Turkey.
  • Briner WW, Kacmar L. Common injuries in volleyball. Mechanisms of injury, prevention and rehabilitation. Sports Med. 1997; 24: 65–71.
  • Ferretti A, De Carli A, Fontana M. Injury of the suprascapular nerve at the spinoglenoid notch. The natural history of infraspinatus atrophy in volleyball players. Am J sports Med. 1998; 26: 759–763.
  • Hadzic V, Sattler T, Topole E, Jarnovic Z, Burger H, Dervisevic E. Risk factors for ankle sprain in volleyball players: A preliminary analysis. Isokinetics and Exercise Science. 2009; 17: 155–160.
  • Malliou P, Beneka A, Tsigganos G, Gioftsidou A, Germanou E, Michalopoulou M. Are injury rates in female volleyball players’ age related? Sport Sci Health. 2008; 2:113–117.
  • Reeser JC, Verhagen E, Briner WW, Askeland TI, Bahr R. Strategies for the prevention of volleyball related injuries, British Journal of Sports Medicine. 2006; 40 594– 600.
  • Schultz LK. Volleyball. Phys Med Rehabil Clin N Am. 1999; 10: 19–34.
  • Solgard L, Nielsen AB, Moller-Madsen B, Jacobsen BW, Yde J, Jensen J, Volleyball injuries presenting in casualty: a prospective study. Br J Sports Med.1995; 29: 200–204.
  • Uluöz E. Investigation of relation between injury paterns with hypermobility, body composition and some anthropometric characteristics on 16-22 ages women volleyball players. Master thesis. 2007, Adana, Turkey.
  • Verhagen E, Van der Beek A, Bouter L, Bahr R, Van Mechelen W. A one season prospective cohort study of volleyball injuries. Br J Sports Med. 2004; 38: 477– 481.

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Yıl 2013, Cilt 15, Sayı 2, 34 - 37, 08.08.2013

Öz

The aim of this study was to investigate the injury patterns of Turkish first leauge women volleyball players according to playing position. Totaly 84 firts leauge players who were average 24.1±7.5 years age and 11.4±4.7 years sport age participated in to the sdudy voluntary. Data collected by using sport injury survey sheet which was developed by researcher. Survey investigated injury patterns whish were occured in last past 2 yaers. Survey analysis showed that % 77.3 of participant had injury before and injuries mostly (%62.1) accured in training. Spiker was the most injured (%22.6) playing position, sprain was the most reported (%39.2) injury type, arm-shoulder was the most injured (%27.4) body part, overuse was the most injury reason (%47.3) and generally the injuries needs more than four week for recovery time (%52.3). According to findings it is possible to say that for the preventing injuries in first leauge women volleyball players, trainers should set the training loads carefully

Kaynakça

  • Aagaard H, Jorgensen U. Injuries in elite volleyball. Scand J Med Sci Sports. 1996; 6: 228–232.
  • Agel JMA, Palmieri-Smith RM, Dick RMS, Wojtys EM, Marshall SW. Descriptive epidemiology of collegiate women's volleyball ınjuries: national collegiate athletic association ınjury surveillance system, 1988-1989 through 2003-2004. Jonrnal of Athletic Training. 2007; 42(2): 295-302.
  • Augustsson SR, Augustsson J, Thomee R, Svantesson U. Injuries and preventive actions in elite Swedish volleyball, Scandinavian Journal of Medicine and Science in Sports. 2006; 16: 433–440.
  • Bahr R, Bahr IA. Incidence of acute volleyball injuries: a prospective cohort study of injury mechanisms and risk factors. Scand J Med Sci Sports.1997; 7: 166–171.
  • Bahr R, Karlsen R, Lian O, Ovrebo RV. Incidence and mechanisms of acute ankle inversion injuries in volleyball. A retrospective cohort study, American Journal of Sports Medicine. 1994; 22: 595–600.
  • Beneka A, Malliou P, Tsigganos G, Gioftsidou A, Michalopoulou M, Germanou E, Godolias G. A prospective study of injury incidence among elite and local division volleyball players in Greece Journal of Back and Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation. 2007; 20: 115–121.
  • Beneka A, Mallıou P, Gioftsidou A, Tsigganos G, Zetou H, Godolias G. Injury incidence rate, severity and diagnosis in male volleyball players. Sport Sci Health. 2009; 5:93–99.
  • Bavlı Ö. Investigation the injury patterns and causes of elite female volleyball players. 13th Sport Medicine Congress (16-18 December 2011), Bursa, Turkey.
  • Briner WW, Kacmar L. Common injuries in volleyball. Mechanisms of injury, prevention and rehabilitation. Sports Med. 1997; 24: 65–71.
  • Ferretti A, De Carli A, Fontana M. Injury of the suprascapular nerve at the spinoglenoid notch. The natural history of infraspinatus atrophy in volleyball players. Am J sports Med. 1998; 26: 759–763.
  • Hadzic V, Sattler T, Topole E, Jarnovic Z, Burger H, Dervisevic E. Risk factors for ankle sprain in volleyball players: A preliminary analysis. Isokinetics and Exercise Science. 2009; 17: 155–160.
  • Malliou P, Beneka A, Tsigganos G, Gioftsidou A, Germanou E, Michalopoulou M. Are injury rates in female volleyball players’ age related? Sport Sci Health. 2008; 2:113–117.
  • Reeser JC, Verhagen E, Briner WW, Askeland TI, Bahr R. Strategies for the prevention of volleyball related injuries, British Journal of Sports Medicine. 2006; 40 594– 600.
  • Schultz LK. Volleyball. Phys Med Rehabil Clin N Am. 1999; 10: 19–34.
  • Solgard L, Nielsen AB, Moller-Madsen B, Jacobsen BW, Yde J, Jensen J, Volleyball injuries presenting in casualty: a prospective study. Br J Sports Med.1995; 29: 200–204.
  • Uluöz E. Investigation of relation between injury paterns with hypermobility, body composition and some anthropometric characteristics on 16-22 ages women volleyball players. Master thesis. 2007, Adana, Turkey.
  • Verhagen E, Van der Beek A, Bouter L, Bahr R, Van Mechelen W. A one season prospective cohort study of volleyball injuries. Br J Sports Med. 2004; 38: 477– 481.

Ayrıntılar

Birincil Dil Türkçe
Bölüm Articles
Yazarlar

Sibel KUCUK Bu kişi benim


Ozhan BAVLI

Yayımlanma Tarihi 8 Ağustos 2013
Yayınlandığı Sayı Yıl 2013, Cilt 15, Sayı 2

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Bibtex @ { tsed230635, journal = {Turkish Journal of Sport and Exercise}, issn = {}, eissn = {2147-5652}, address = {}, publisher = {Selçuk Üniversitesi}, year = {2013}, volume = {15}, pages = {34 - 37}, doi = {10.15314/tjse.81296}, title = {Investigation the injury patterns and reasons of the Turkish first leauge female volleyball players according to playing position}, key = {cite}, author = {Kucuk, Sibel and Bavlı, Ozhan} }
APA Kucuk, S. & Bavlı, O. (2013). Investigation the injury patterns and reasons of the Turkish first leauge female volleyball players according to playing position . Turkish Journal of Sport and Exercise , 15 (2) , 34-37 . Retrieved from https://dergipark.org.tr/tr/pub/tsed/issue/21503/230635
MLA Kucuk, S. , Bavlı, O. "Investigation the injury patterns and reasons of the Turkish first leauge female volleyball players according to playing position" . Turkish Journal of Sport and Exercise 15 (2013 ): 34-37 <https://dergipark.org.tr/tr/pub/tsed/issue/21503/230635>
Chicago Kucuk, S. , Bavlı, O. "Investigation the injury patterns and reasons of the Turkish first leauge female volleyball players according to playing position". Turkish Journal of Sport and Exercise 15 (2013 ): 34-37
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ISNAD Kucuk, Sibel , Bavlı, Ozhan . "Investigation the injury patterns and reasons of the Turkish first leauge female volleyball players according to playing position". Turkish Journal of Sport and Exercise 15 / 2 (Ağustos 2013): 34-37 .
AMA Kucuk S. , Bavlı O. Investigation the injury patterns and reasons of the Turkish first leauge female volleyball players according to playing position. Turk J Sport Exe. 2013; 15(2): 34-37.
Vancouver Kucuk S. , Bavlı O. Investigation the injury patterns and reasons of the Turkish first leauge female volleyball players according to playing position. Turkish Journal of Sport and Exercise. 2013; 15(2): 34-37.
IEEE S. Kucuk ve O. Bavlı , "Investigation the injury patterns and reasons of the Turkish first leauge female volleyball players according to playing position", Turkish Journal of Sport and Exercise, c. 15, sayı. 2, ss. 34-37, Ağu. 2013, doi:10.15314/tjse.81296