And the winner of the BJSM education content poll is…

…Groin pain/ hip pain!

That’s right, out of close to 100 respondents, nearly half indicated that they want more BJSM education content on groin pain / hip pain. We will be sure to take these results back to BMJ headquarters.

The full break down of poll results are:

  • Groin pain/ hip pain: 49%

  • Management of hamstring strain: 13%

  • Cardiac pre-participation assessment: 9%

  • Cardiac resuscitation at sporting events (what should be present at every game?): 12%

  • ACL management (conservative or operative?): 17%


Thanks to everyone who voted, we really value your feedback. Stay tuned  for new research articles, assessment techniques, and tutorials from the experts.

For now here are some great articles already free online:

Weir. 2011. Prevalence of radiological signs of femoroacetabular impingement in patients presenting with long-standing adductor-related groin pain

Thorborg. 2011. The Copenhagen Hip and Groin Outcome Score (HAGOS): development and validation according to the COSMIN checklist 

Noehren et all. 2009. The effect of real-time gait retraining on hip kinematics, pain and function in subjects with patellofemoral pain syndrome.

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