Research thus far has struggled to determine a relationship between limb dominance and injury incidence because there are many risk factors that may contribute to the injury of an athlete. This study aims to investigate the correlation between lower limb dominance and the incidence of lower extremity injury among NCAA Division I and II collegiate athletes of the University at Minnesota Duluth.
In order to conduct this quantitative, non-experimental, correlational research study, a survey will be administered to the sample population via the use of the online survey software and insight platform, Qualtrics. Participants will be selected through convenience and purposeful-criterion sampling of NCAA Division I and II collegiate athletes at the University of Minnesota Duluth.
University Honors Capstone Project Paper and Poster, University of Minnesota Duluth, 2016.
Incidence of Lower Extremity Injuries in Correlation with Limb Dominance in University of Minnesota Duluth Varsity Athletes.
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