Alli Gokeler

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Alli Gokeler (2015-03-20)


Alli Gokeler has earned a PhD degree from the University of Groningen in the Netherlands. He started in April 2018 as a postdoctoral researcher at the Department of Applied Neuroscience in Sports and Exercise, Institute of Sports Medicine at the University of Paderborn in Germany. Alli holds an appointment as Head of Knowledge Transfer at the Luxembourg Institute of Research for Orthopedics, Medicine and Science in Sports (LIROMS) in Luxembourg. His special interests are: - Develop prevention programs designed to reduce incidence of ACL injury rate over long term. - Identify modifiable neuromuscular factors associated with impairments after ACL injury or ACL Reconstruction respectively. - Establish customized rehabilitation programs for different ACL injured patients “at risk” for subsequent injury. - Identification of neuromuscular factors associated with increased risk to develop osteoarthritis after ACL injury and/or ACL Reconstruction. - Develop evidence based prevention program to reduce incidence of osteoarthritis after ACL injury and/or ACL Reconstruction. 2016 First Price ESSKA Most Active Group Award. Meniscus Steering Group. 2015 First Price George J. Davies — James A. Gould Excellence in Clinical Inquiry Award. Benjaminse A, Gokeler A, Otten E, Dowling AV, Faigenbaum A, Ford KR, Hewett TE, Onate JA, Myer GD. Optimization of the Anterior Cruciate Ligament Injury Prevention Paradigm: Novel Feedback Techniques to Enhance Motor Learning and Reduce Injury Risk. Third price paper with highest public interest GOTS Society for Orthopaedic Traumatologic Sports Medicine ACL prevention: strategies and evidence 2014. Winner of best poster award at the GOTS Society for Orthopaedic Traumatologic Sports Medicine 2005 Proven capabilities to establish international research partnerships. Teaching experience at the Hanze University of Applied Science. Alli has memberships with: ACL Study Group ESSKA GOTS NVFS KNGF Specialties: Anterior Cruciate Ligament Injuries ACL Reconstruction Knee joint Proprioception Sensorimotor system Shoulder joint overhead athletes

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