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Matt Greig
Edge Hill University
PsychologyPhysical therapyHamstringMedicinePhysical medicine and rehabilitation
94Publications
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#1Richard Page (Edge Hill University)H-Index: 3
#2Ben Langley (Edge Hill University)H-Index: 2
Last. Christopher Brogden (Edge Hill University)H-Index: 3
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ABSTRACTThis study aimed to assess the effect of playing surface (Natural [NT] and Artificial [AT] Turf) on the fatigue response to a soccer-specific exercise protocol (SSEP). Eighteen male soccer ...
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#1Ross ArmstrongH-Index: 3
Last. Matt GreigH-Index: 15
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Context: Dance requires the performance of complex movements that may exceed normal anatomical range. However, in hypermobile individuals, this may have implications for injury and performance. Obj...
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#1Adam Jones (Edge Hill University)
#2Richard PageH-Index: 3
Last. Matt GreigH-Index: 15
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Context: Training exposure has been associated with injury epidemiology in elite youth soccer, where lower limb musculoskeletal screening is commonly used to highlight injury risk. However, there has been little consideration of the relationship between lower limb screening and the loading response to soccer activities. Objective: To quantify the efficacy of using screening tests to predict the loading elicited in soccer-specific activities, and to develop a hierarchical ordering of musculoskele...
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Context: Contemporary developments in GPS technology present a means of quantifying mechanical loading in a clinical environment with high ecological validity. However, applications to date have typically focussed on performance rather than rehabilitation. Objective: To examine the efficacy of GPS micro-technology in quantifying the progression of loading during functional rehabilitation from ankle sprain injury, given the prevalence of re-injury and need for quantifiable monitoring. Furthermore...
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#1Steven James Eustace (Coventry University)
#2Richard Page (Edge Hill University)H-Index: 3
Last. Matt Greig (Edge Hill University)H-Index: 15
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Abstract Objectives To compare traditional and angle-specific isokinetic strength of eccentric knee flexors and concentric knee extensors in female senior professional and youth soccer players. Design Cross-sectional study design. Setting University's Laboratory. Participants A total of 34 players (17 seniors [age 25.31 ± 4.51 years; height 167.89 ± 7.04 cm; mass 63.12 ± 7.79 kg] and 17 youths [16.91 ± 1.16 years; height 165.92 ± 4.42 cm; mass 60.07 ± 4.48 kg]) from the Women's Super League 1 co...
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#1David Rhodes (UCLan: University of Central Lancashire)
#2Lars R. McNaughton (Edge Hill University)H-Index: 39
Last. Matt Greig (Edge Hill University)H-Index: 15
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ABSTRACTEccentric hamstring strength is an aetiological risk factor for soccer injury. The temporal pattern of recovery post-exercise is critical in injury management. 18 male professional soccer players completed baseline assessments of eccentric hamstring strength at isokinetic speeds of 60, 150 and 300°· s−1. Post SAFT90 measures were repeated immediately, + 24 hrs, + 48 hrs and + 72 hrs. Main effects for recovery time and testing speed in average torque (AvT), peak torque (PT) and the corres...
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#2Kelly MarrinH-Index: 7
Last. Matt GreigH-Index: 15
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Context:Clinical and functional assessments are performed regularly in sporting environments to screen for performance deficits and injury risk. Circadian rhythms have been demonstrated to affect human performance, however the influence of time of day on a battery of multiple ankle injury risk factors has yet to be established within athletic populations. Objectives:To investigate the influence of circadian variation on a battery of tests, used to screen for ankle aetiological risk factors. Desi...
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#2Matt Greig (Edge Hill University)H-Index: 15
Last. Richard Page (Edge Hill University)H-Index: 3
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ABSTRACTThe aim of the current study was to investigate positional specific physical performance and external load responses to short term fixture congestion in English professional soccer. A total...
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