Table 1

Search terms

(sport participants with a lower body injury)*
Athlet* injur* or sport* injur* or recreation* injur* lower extremit* or lower limb* or hip* or thigh* or leg* or knee* or ankle* or foot or feet or toe* or ((anterior or posterior) adj cruciate adj2 ligament*) or ((medial or lateral) adj collateral adj2 ligament*) or femoracetabular or femur or menisc* or patellofemoral
Injury type:
tear* or rupture* or ligament* or sprain* or strain* or dislocation*
Non-physical factor: (psychological, social, contextual)psycholog* or psychosocial or psycholog* response or psycholog* readiness or social support or cognition* or affect or behav* or motiv* or emotion* or patient belief* or confiden* or attitude* or personalit* or self esteem or locus of control or self efficacy or autonomy or kinesiophob* or fear* of reinjur* or avoidance or anxiet* or frustrat* or coping or cope or stress* or optimism or quality of life or patient satisfaction or goal setting or goal* or expectation* or perception* or patient prefer* or athlet* identit* or well-being or mindfulness or resilienc* or catastrophi* or accept* or compassion* or hope or achiev* or education or knowledge or relationship* or interaction* or alliance* or feedback or encourag* or trust or communicat* or rapport or respect or caring or connection or socioeconomic status or cultural or ethnicity or urban rural
  • *initial search strategy targeted all traumatic sport-related lower extremity injuries.