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Adam Grinberg



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Doctoral student at Department of Community Medicine and Rehabilitation Units: Physiotherapy
-, - Umeå universitet, 901 87 Umeå

My research addresses sensorimotor function following anterior crociate ligament (ACL) injury, with emphasis on both proprioception and neuropsychological constructs. In particular, re-injury anxiety presumably influences sensorimotor processing and resulting functional performance with implications on ACL re-injury rates. My current work aims to better assess re-injury fears and anxieties among both asymptomatic individuals and following ACL injury by implementing functional neuroimaging techniques.

I currently use electroencephalography (EEG) to measure the arousal response to movement-related anxiety, provoked by sudden destabilising perturbations. 

Journal of Orthopaedic Research, John Wiley & Sons 2022, Vol. 40, (1)
Grinberg, Adam; Strong, Andrew; Buck, Sebastian; et al.
Physical Therapy in Sport, Churchill Livingstone 2022, Vol. 55 : 256-263
Grinberg, Adam; Strong, Andrew; Häger, Charlotte
Physical Therapy, Oxford University Press 2022, Vol. 102, (2) : 1-10
Markström, Jonas L.; Grinberg, Adam; Häger, Charlotte K.