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最終更新日:2024/03/11

大伴 茉奈

オオトモ マナ (Mana Otomo)
論文
タイトル
タイトル(英)
Is Increased Kicking Leg Iliopsoas Muscle Tightness a Predictive Factor for Developing Spondylolysis in Adolescent Male Soccer Players?
参照URL
https://researchmap.jp/7000017405/published_papers/41344971
著者
著者(英)
Seira Takei,Suguru Torii,Shuji Taketomi,Soichiro Iwanuma,Michio Tojima,Mana Otomo,Satoshi Iizuka,Sakae Tanaka
担当区分
概要
概要(英)
OBJECTIVE: To identify predictive risk factors of lumbar stress (LS) fracture developing from an asymptomatic stress reaction of the pedicle among adolescent male soccer players. DESIGN: Prospective cohort study. SETTING: Amateur Japanese adolescent male soccer team. PARTICIPANTS: Japanese adolescent male soccer players (n = 195) aged 12 to 13 years. ASSESSMENT OF RISK FACTORS INDEPENDENT VARIABLES: Height, body weight, body mass index, muscle tightness of both lower extremities (iliopsoas, hamstrings, and quadriceps), lumbar bone mineral content, developmental age, and lumbar lordosis angle were measured as baseline measurements. MAIN OUTCOME MEASURES DEPENDENT VARIABLE: Players who were diagnosed with an asymptomatic stress reaction of the lumbar spine pedicle at baseline were followed; extension-based lumbar pain was defined 1 year after the baseline. The players were assigned to the LS fracture or control (CON) group at follow-up. RESULTS: At baseline, 40 boys were diagnosed with an asymptomatic stress reaction of the lumbar spine pedicle. The difference in muscle tightness between the kicking leg and supporting leg was significantly different (P = 0.012) between the LS (n = 16) and CON (n = 22) groups. Increase in iliopsoas muscle tightness in the kicking leg was a predictive risk factor of developing extension-based lumbar pain after adjusting for developmental age and body mass index (odds ratio, 1.54; 95% confidence interval, 1.05-2.27). CONCLUSIONS: Development of extension-based lumbar pain from an asymptomatic stress reaction of the pedicle among adolescent male soccer players was associated with increased iliopsoas muscle tightness of the kicking leg relative to that of the supporting leg.
出版者・発行元
出版者・発行元(英)
誌名
誌名(英)
Clinical journal of sport medicine : official journal of the Canadian Academy of Sport Medicine
32
2
開始ページ
e165-e171
終了ページ
出版年月
2022年3月1日
査読の有無
査読有り
招待の有無
掲載種別
研究論文(学術雑誌)
ISSN
DOI URL
https://doi.org/10.1097/JSM.0000000000000920
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