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Sport Rehabilitation and the Clinical and Translational Science Initiative


355 – 356


 

Introduction to This Special Issue on Clinical and Translational Science


357 – 358
Mark A. Merrick


Commentary

 

“Oh, the Places You’ll Go”: Transformation of the Nation’s Biomedical Research Enterprise in the 21st Century


359 – 368
C. William Balke, Gloria H. Umberger,


 

Training and Career Development in Clinical and Translational Science: An Opportunity for Rehabilitation Scientists


369 – 379
Thomas H. Kelly,


Original Research Reports

 

Progression of Secondary Injury After Musculoskeletal Trauma—A Window of Opportunity?


380 – 388
Mark A. Merrick, Nicole M. McBrier


 

Genetic Variation and Individualized Medicine


389 – 398
Jamie L. Mansell, Ryan T. Tierney, Jeffrey B. Driban, Shannon M. Clegg, Michael J. Higgins, Anurag K. Mishra, Evgeny Krynetskiy


 

Effect of High-Voltage Pulsed Current on Recovery After Grades I and II Lateral Ankle Sprains


399 – 410
Frank C. Mendel, Michael G. Dolan, Dale R. Fish, John Marzo, Gregory E. Wilding


 

The Potential of Multiple Synovial-Fluid Protein-Concentration Analyses in the Assessment of Knee Osteoarthritis


411 – 421
Jeffrey B. Driban, Easwaran Balasubramanian, Mamta Amin, Michael R. Sitler, Marvin C. Ziskin, Mary F. Barbe


 

The Relationship Between Hip-Abductor Strength and the Magnitude of Pelvic Drop in Patients With Low Back Pain


422 – 435
Karen D. Kendall, Christie Schmidt, Reed Ferber


Systematic Reviews

The Influence of High-Voltage Electrical Stimulation on Edema Formation After Acute Injury: A Systematic Review

The Influence of High-Voltage Electrical Stimulation on Edema Formation After Acute Injury: A Systematic Review


436 – 451
Alison R. Snyder Valier, April L. Perotti, Kenneth C. Lam, R. Curtis Bay


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