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Title:Knee pain - exercise training or surgery?
When knee complaints determine everyday life, the question often arises: Does it have to be an operation? Movement analyses, X-rays & MRIs help with the decision.
Year: We 11.05.2022 | 20:15 | rbb Praxis (only in German);
Title:Are carbon running shoes also something for recreational runners?
Shortly before the marathon, journalist and marathon runner Carsten Behrendt visited BeMoveD to test whether the carbon running shoes are also suitable for recreational runners. More information and the interview with Prof. Dr. Georg Duda can be found in the ZDF-Morgenmagazin report.
Year:23.09.2021 ZDF Morgenmagazin (only in German);
Title:Adidas Adizero collection with carbon running shoes in test
adidas Runners Coaches Lucas Kempe and Mari Dottschadis tested the new adizero collection at BeMoveD. The exciting results of the two case studies and more videos from the BeMoveD lab can be found in full length in the following blog post.
Year:ADIDAS / SEPTEMBER 2021;
Title:1st FC Union Berlin on 3D Movement diagnostics at BeMoveD
At the beginning of the season some players of the 1. FC Union Berlin visited our movement laboratory. The goal: to start and finish another season with as few injuries and as much performance as possible. Many thanks to the players of 1. FC Union Berlin and Dr. Clemens Gwinner from the Center for Musculoskeletal Surgery.
Zum 1. FC Union
Helmut Broeg and Susanne von Donner from Focus magazine with an exciting article about the knee joint and its treatment options. The Focus article on the knee joint also received the Orthopaedics and Trauma Surgery Journalism Award 2020.
Orthopaedics and Trauma Surgery Journalism Award 2020
Journal:Focus Wissen Year:2020;
Title:Cruciate ligament rupture - healing without surgery
There are always better ways to surgically repair a torn cruciate ligament. However, this is often followed by months of absence from work - a problem even for non-professional footballers. rbb Praxis accompanied a patient who wants to get her knee back into shape without surgery. She took part in a research project at Berlin's Charité hospital, which is investigating precisely these questions: Can training be an alternative to surgery? And can arthrosis, the dreaded consequence of a cruciate ligament rupture, be prevented in this way?
Journal:rbb Praxis Year:WE 23.10.2019 | 20:15 | rbb Praxis;;