Musculoskeletal Training Injury Prevention in the U.S. Army: Evolution of the Science and the Public Health Approach

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Musculoskeletal Training Injury Prevention in the U.S. Army: Evolution of the Science and the Public Health Approach

Injuries cause more morbidity among soldiers in the U.S. Army than any other health condition. Over two-thirds of U.S. soldiers’ injuries occur gradually from cumulative micro-traumatic damage to the musculoskeletal system as a result of physical training activities. Paradoxically, the very physical training activities required to improve soldier performance also result in injury. Determining the amounts and types of physical training that maximize performance while minimizing injuries requires scientific evidence.

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