Knee injury
prevention
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World leading research on knee injury prevention.
Soon in your pocket.

For a real chance at a lifetime of sports, we provide the tools and understanding you need to make a difference.

Harmoknee knee injury prevention program reduces the risk of a serious knee injury with 90%. We’re now developing the Harmoknee app based on world leading research – soon in your pocket. 

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The Harmoknee knee injury prevention program was created after years of field studies and research by Dr. Ashkan Kiani

Approximately 1,000 female soccer athletes aged 12-19 participated in the HarmoKnee program. After one season, the injury rates were compared between groups.

HarmoKnee reduced knee injuries by 77% and non-contact knee injuries (80% of all knee injuries) by 90% compared to the control group.

The study and its results are widely known and published in “The Archives of Internal Medicine.”

Frequently asked questions

  • What is Harmoknee?

    Harmoknee is a knee injury prevention program designed to reduce the risk of serious knee injuries, particularly in sports.

    Created by Dr. Ashkan Kiani, it has been shown to significantly lower the incidence of knee injuries, especially non-contact injuries, through field studies and research.

    The program is recommended by various medical and sports organizations and has been proven effective in reducing knee injury risks by up to 90%.

  • Who is Harmoknee for?

    Harmoknee is for athletes, particularly those involved in high-risk sports like soccer and football, who want to reduce their risk of knee injuries. It is especially beneficial for female soccer players, but it is designed to help anyone looking to stay active in sports for a longer period.

  • How common are knee injuries?

    Each year, over 250,000 ACL injuries occur in the US, with more than 2,000 of these injuries happening in the NCAA alone. When it comes to sports, football is the most knee injury-prone for men, accounting for 72% of the injuries. For women, soccer leads the list with 52% of knee injuries. These statistics are based on reported knee injuries among high school students in the USA. Read more about this here.

  • Where can I read the research?
    You can read the research on the Harmoknee program in “The Archives of Internal Medicine” and the September 2018 issue of the Journal of Orthopaedic & Sports Physical Therapy.
  • Who is Dr. Ashkan Kiani?

    Dr. Ashkan Kiani is the founder of the Harmoknee knee injury prevention program. He is a medical doctor specializing in sports medicine, the team doctor for the Swedish national soccer team, and a former professional basketball player in Sweden.

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