This project will advance our understanding of syndesmosis injury and rehabilitation.
Ankle syndesmosis injury, or ‘high' ankle sprain, is an increasingly identified problem in the sporting and general communities. However there is little research into this potentially debilitating injury. This series of projects aims to; develop and validate an injury grading system, investigate the long-term injury prognosis, and compare treatment options and their efficacy.
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The opportunity ID for this research opportunity is: 1852
Other opportunities with Dr Claire Hiller
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