A downward head posture leads to higher cervical spine loading during head-first impacts in simulated rugby tackles

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title = "A downward head posture leads to higher cervical spine loading during head-first impacts in simulated rugby tackles",
author = "Elena Seminati and Ezio Preatoni and Grant Trewartha and Keith Stokes and Sean Williams and Dario Cazzola",
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AU - Preatoni, Ezio

AU - Trewartha, Grant

AU - Stokes, Keith

AU - Williams, Sean

AU - Cazzola, Dario

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JO - British Journal of Sports Medicine

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JF - British Journal of Sports Medicine

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