ThermoHuman | High Performance Sports
If your objective is to control the training load in sport, you want to know injury risk markers and you manage the performance of your team, this is of interest to you.
The rate of muscle injury continues to increase in high performance even though more effort is being devoted to injury prevention methods (Ekstrand et al. 2022). Thermography has proven to be a technology that helps reduce the number of muscle injuries during a sports season (Corte et al. 2019; Gómez-Carmona 2020). In addition, with the control of thermography during the return-to-play phase, thermography helps to reduce days off (Trindade et al 2020).
Thermography in the sports field has multiple application areas, the most interesting of which are injury prevention, injury monitoring if they occur, and post-effort fatigue control.
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Downloading the Ebook on thermography and high sports performance can help you due to the multiple applications in physiotherapy, sports performance and sports research and management. This technique allows to detect muscular imbalances, to know the recovery capacity of the athletes, to evaluate the impact of the training load and the recovery time. This technique is also used to create a specific thermal profile of the subject or of the sports specialty. For these reasons, downloading an Ebook on thermography and high sports performance can be useful for those interested in improving their sports performance.
How the software works
One of the greatest advantages of ThermoHuman is the automation of processes, the speed in data handling and the integration of artificial intelligence to help with interpretation and decision making (figure 1).
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Ekstrand J, Bengtsson H, Waldén M, et al Hamstring injury rates have increased during recent seasons and now constitute 24% of all injuries in men’s professional football: the UEFA Elite Club Injury Study from 2001/02 to 2021/22 British Journal of Sports Medicine Published Online First: 06 December 2022. doi: 10.1136/bjsports-2021-105407
Côrte, A. C., Pedrinelli, A., Marttos, A., Souza, I. F. G., Grava, J., & José Hernandez, A. (2019). Infrared thermography study as a complementary method of screening and prevention of muscle injuries: pilot study. BMJ Open Sport & Exercise Medicine, 5(1), e000431. doi: 10.1136/bmjsem-2018-000431
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Gómez Carmona, P. M., Sillero Quintana, M., Fernández Cuevas, I., Noya Salces, J., & Fernández Rodríguez, I. (2009). Aplicación de un protocolo de prevención de lesiones basado en termografía infrarroja sobre futbolistas profesionales durante la pretemporada. Facultad de Ciencias de la Actividad Física y del Deporte – INEF. Universidad Politécnica de Madrid. Madrid.