Spraino Science Blog

– Spraino giver mig en fordel

- Spraino giver mig en fordelOliver Roepstorff er playmaker for Nordsjælland Håndbold i 888ligaen. Efter flere ankelskader er han med stor succes begyndt at bruge Spraino. » Før jeg begyndte at bruge Spraino, havde jeg rigtig mange ankelskader. Især i soloulykker...

– Spraino gør mig tryg

Foto- Dariusz Janiak Spraino gør mig tryg Venstrefløjen Emilie Bastrup Bertelsen spiller for Team Tvis Holsterbro i HTH GO-ligaen. Hun er begyndt at bruge Spraino for at undgå at vride om på anklen. » Jeg er så glad for det. Det har fungeret superfint for mig. Det har...

Spraino might improve perfomance in badminton

Performance is key   Performance is crucial to athletes doing competitive sports. Therefore, we have tested Spraino in a range of different tests to make sure, that performance is not decreased. Actually, it turns out that Spraino tends to increase performance. In our...

Future research and publication

We are looking to continuously grow the evidence base for Spraino. We are very proud of the genuine interest various researchers have taken in the idea and their interest in the scientific investigations. All scientific findings will be published and all researchers...

Patients

We want to increase the understanding of the beneficial effect of Spraino after acute ankle injury. To achieve the highest possible evidence level a randomized controlled trial with patients from the emergency room is done. The research is conducted at Institute of...

Spraino – user experience

Spraino is to be tested among a larger group of high-level athletes this winther. We will also for the first time specifically target athletes with prior ankle problems and insufficient response to other prevention measures. Early use among ankle injured athletes have...

Biomechanical parameters

Further testing in a new biomechanical model aiming to further understand the various parameters of injury to the ankle is under planning. Funding for this has been provided from MedTech Innovation in Denmark. The research will be conducted at Aalborg University by...

Mechanical parameters: friction

Technical University of Denmark (DTU) is undertaking research to increase the understanding of lateral ankle sprains and the mechanical parameters such as friction. This basic research also enable us to do applied research with the Spraino in situations that are...

Spraino effect studies

The sliding effect has been tested through various product development and laboratory studies. Product development test has shown that fifteen volunteers did not sustain any injuries when simulated various inversion movements with Spraino and a moderate weightbearing...

Spraino is safe

We particularly focused on the safety of our product in the first studies investigating the “rescue” function. To date, no player has sustained an injury attributable to Spraino. The safety studies were undertaken both under laboratory conditions and in real play...