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1978 10
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1980 6
1981 10
1982 12
1983 23
1984 15
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1986 16
1987 16
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1989 31
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1992 12
1993 32
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1998 37
1999 51
2000 42
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2002 45
2003 50
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2005 45
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2007 59
2008 64
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2011 91
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The role of eccentric exercise in sport injuries rehabilitation.
Frizziero A, et al. Br Med Bull 2014 - Review. PMID 24736013
INTRODUCTION: Sports injuries frequently involve tendons, muscles and ligaments. The variable outcome of surgery and medical treatment support early functional treatments. ...Preliminary results of EE in other tendinopathies and sports injuries suggest its wide prescription in the sport rehabilitation field. ...
INTRODUCTION: Sports injuries frequently involve tendons, muscles and ligaments. The variable outcome of surgery and me
Rehabilitation Principles of the Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstructed Knee: Twelve Steps for Successful Progression and Return to Play
Wilk KE and Arrigo CA. Clin Sports Med 2017 - Review. PMID 27871658
The rehabilitation process begins immediately after injury to the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL). The goal of preoperative rehabilitation is to prepare the patient for surgery. ...It is also important to address preexisting factors, especially for the female athlete, that may predispose to future injury, such as hip and hamstring weakness. ...
The rehabilitation process begins immediately after injury to the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL). The goal of preoperative r …
Fear of Reinjury in Athletes.
Hsu CJ, et al. Sports Health 2017 - Review. PMID 27590793 Free PMC article.
The application of psychologically informed practice would be to measure fear of reinjury in the injured athletes and provide interventions to reduce fear of reinjury to optimize rehabilitation outcomes. CONCLUSION: Fear of reinjury after a sports injury can lead to poor rehabilitation outcomes. Incorporating principles of psychologically informed practice into sports injury rehabilitation could improve rehabilitation outcomes for athletes with high fear of reinjury....
The application of psychologically informed practice would be to measure fear of reinjury in the injured athletes and p …
Therapy and Rehabilitation for Upper Extremity Injuries in Athletes.
Gart MS and Wiedrich TA. Hand Clin 2017 - Review. PMID 27886837
The approach to rehabilitation of upper extremity injuries in athletes differs from traditional rehabilitation protocols. In general, athletes have higher functional demands and wish to return to competitive sport in a timely manner. ...Here, we review techniques for soft tissue mobilization and strength training in athletic populations. We also discuss orthotics, taping, and alternative therapies used in rehabilitation and evaluate the evidence in support of these modalities....
The approach to rehabilitation of upper extremity injuries in athletes differs from traditional rehabilitation protocols. I
Rehabilitation Management of Rotator Cuff Injuries in the Master Athlete.
Rodriguez-Santiago B, et al. Curr Sports Med Rep 2019 - Review. PMID 31503045
RTC injury rehabilitation protocols are criteria-based, multimodal, and divided into four phases. The acute phase addresses pain, inflammation, ROM, and RTC protection. ...Return to sports is based on clinical recovery, kinetic chain principles, and adequate sports technique. Nonsurgical management is recommended in most cases, and surgical management is considered if symptoms progress, especially for full-thickness tears....
RTC injury rehabilitation protocols are criteria-based, multimodal, and divided into four phases. The acute phase addresses pa …
Advanced Concepts in Hip Morphology, Associated Pathologies, and Specific Rehabilitation for Athletic Hip Injuries.
Milani CJE and Moley PJ. Curr Sports Med Rep 2018 - Review. PMID 29889149
Hip and groin injuries comprise up to 17% of athletic injuries and can pose rehabilitation challenges for many athletes. Injuries involving abnormal femoral acetabular morphology, reduced range of motion, and decreased lumbopelvic strength and endurance also may increase the risk of injury to lower extremities and delay return to play if proper rehabilitation does not take place. The rehabilitation of athletic hip injuries requires a multifaceted interdisciplinary approach that manages the interplay of multiple factors to restore preinjury function and facilitate return to play. ...
Hip and groin injuries comprise up to 17% of athletic injuries and can pose rehabilitation challenges for many athletes …
Rehabilitation of the Overhead Throwing Athlete: There Is More to It Than Just External Rotation/Internal Rotation Strengthening.
Wilk KE, et al. PM R 2016 - Review. PMID 26972270
The treatment program should be individualized with specific strengthening and flexibility exercises to achieve the dynamic stability that is required for overhead function. ...We also describe exercises that link the upper and lower extremities because of the importance of core control and leg strength in the development of power during the act of throwing. ...
The treatment program should be individualized with specific strengthening and flexibility exercises to achieve the dynamic stability …
Returning to Sport After Gymnastics Injuries.
Sweeney EA, et al. Curr Sports Med Rep 2018 - Review. PMID 30407946
Acute and overuse injuries are a common experience for artistic gymnasts; however, this population has unique needs when returning to their sport after an injury due to the technical demands imposed during gymnastics. We reviewed the current literature regarding return to play (RTP) in artistic gymnasts and developed four goals: 1) to define the guiding principles used to determine RTP in sports, 2) to identify factors that affect recovery progression among gymnasts, 3) to determine how different injury types affect RTP protocols, and 4) to create structured RTP protocols specific to gymnasts based on sex and body part injured. ...
Acute and overuse injuries are a common experience for artistic gymnasts; however, this population has unique needs when returning to …
Non-operative management of ulnar collateral ligament injuries in the throwing athlete.
Smucny M, et al. Phys Sportsmed 2017 - Review. PMID 28730863
Medial ulnar collateral ligament (UCL) injuries have become increasingly prevalent in overhead athletes. The orthopaedic literature contains a wealth of information on operative management of these injuries. However, there are few high-quality longitudinal studies on non-operative care of UCL injuries. The purpose of this review is to describe the non-operative approach to managing UCL injuries, including recommended rehabilitation strategies and predictors of successful non-operative treatment....
Medial ulnar collateral ligament (UCL) injuries have become increasingly prevalent in overhead athletes. The orthopaedi …
Nonsurgical Treatment of Acetabular Labral Tears
Theige M and David S. J Sport Rehabil 2018 - Review. PMID 28253054
Four studies were located, all of which were included. Clinical Bottom Line: The research discussed in this review agreed that conservative management of acetabular labral tears produced measurable improvements in pain and function among the athletes studied, including their ability to participate in sport activities. ...Strength of recommendation is level 3....
Four studies were located, all of which were included. Clinical Bottom Line: The research discussed in this review agreed that …
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