Alexandre Maricot

Alexandre Maricot
Vrije Universiteit Brussel | VUB · Rehabilitation and Physiotherapy (KINE)

PhD candidate
Human Physiology and Sports Physiotherapy (MFYS) research group. Brain-Injuries, Injury Prevention, RTS decision-making

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Introduction
My main research interests are the interactions between the brain and sports injuries within sports injury prevention, rehabilitation, and return-to-sports contexts. My current research focuses on how the brain adapts in relationship to a ligamentous sports injury. In addition, I study how neurocognition affects (re-)injury risk and functional performance in different contexts. Understanding how the brain adapts after an injury can lead to new treatment strategies and a safer return-to-sport

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Background Enhancing the quality of life of people with a lower limb amputation is critical in prosthetic development and rehabilitation. Yet, no overview is available concerning the impact of passive, quasi-passive and active ankle–foot prostheses on quality of life. Objective To systematically review the therapeutic benefits of performing daily...
Conference Paper
Background Balance tests are often selected to screen for injury risk, but only evaluate pre-planned movements. Recently, adaptability was put forward as a key driver in injury prevention. Adaptability is defined as athletes’ ability to adequately adapt their responses under a comprehensive variety of conditions. The reactive balance test (RBT) is...
Article
Objective The reactive balance test (RBT) is a recently developed neurocognitive balance test. The aim of this study was to determine test-retest, intra- and inter-rater reliability of the RBT in healthy recreational athletes. Design Reliability study design. Setting Primary. Participants Twenty-one volunteers (age = 22 ± 1 years, height = 175 ±...

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