Sports Orthopedic Research Center – Copenhagen, Copenhagen University Hospital Hvidovre, Denmark
Lasse is a young aspiring researcher and physiotherapist with a great interest in sports medicine and sports science. He became member of the SORC-C research group as part of his bachelor thesis entitled "Large eccentric strength increase using the Copenhagen Adduction exercise in football: A randomized controlled trial." Subsequently, he studied for a MSc in sports science and health graduating with the thesis entitled "Effects of the Nordic Hamstring exercise on sprint capacity in male football players: a randomized controlled trial."
He is currently appointed as a PhD candidate in SORC-C focusing on improving the diagnostic process and treatment of patients with femoroacetabular impingement syndrome as well as evaluating return to sport following hip arthroscopy.
Beside his PhD work he is involved in projects evaluating hamstring muscle function in relation to sprint performance in football players.
- Diagnosis and management of patients with femoroacetabular impingement syndrome
- Hamstring muscle function in relation to sprint performance.
- Hamstring muscle function and sprint performance (ongoing studies)
- The impact of demographic and plain radiographs in predicting pre-operative hip function and peroperative cartilage status
- Optimization of the diagnostic process and non-operative treatment of patients with femoroacetabular impingement syndrome according to the Warwick Agreement
- Muscular and functional hop test performance in femoroacetabular impingement syndrome patients 6-24 months post hip arthroscopy
- Return to sport following hip arthroscopy for femoroacetabular impingement syndrome
Invited speaker at Sports Hip 2018 – Presentation: Return to play after arthroscopy: the Danish Registry
- Various free oral abstract presentations and posters at Sportskongres, Football Medicine Strategies, ESSKA congress, and 1st World congress in Sports Physical Therapy
- Coordinator of the following MSc courses in cooperation with the University of Southern Denmark and The Danish Association of Sports Physiotherapy: "Assessment and rehabilitation of tendon injuries – in relation to sport" and "Assessment and rehabilitation of muscle injuries – in relation to sport."