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Megan Elizabeth Evelyn Mormile, Jody L. Langdon, and Tamerah Nicole Hunt

. Additionally, significant differences found in reaction time between males and females may warrant changes in return to play protocols, as they may differ between genders. Clinicians should take these differences into consideration when administering postinjury assessments, in the absence of a baseline

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Siobhán O’Connor, Róisín Leahy, Enda Whyte, Paul O’Donovan, and Lauren Fortington

attributable to the fact that almost half stated they did not complete any rehabilitation following the concussion, and therefore may not have followed a graded return-to-play protocol. Many of the respondents with concussion (82%) admitted to playing with a concussion, which may have exacerbated symptoms and

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Michael J. Cools, Weston T. Northam, Michael Boyd, Andrew Alexander, Jason P. Mihalik, Kevin M. Guskiewicz, and Kevin A. Carneiro

. The number and frequency of primary care physician visits is shown, in which the above examination items were documented in the medical record. SCAT = Sport Concussion Assessment Tool. 9 Table 5 Return-to-Play Protocol Documentation Cleared to start RTP protocol n %  No 158 32.24  “When symptoms

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Cailee E. Welch Bacon, Gary W. Cohen, Melissa C. Kay, Dayna K. Tierney, and Tamara C. Valovich McLeod

that, we go with our return-to-learn and return-to-play protocol, which is a six-stage process. – Joshua …My athletic director approved me for any funding that I needed to do the ImPACT testing. – Steve It’s always been a struggle. My, the high school that I work with, is about 50 miles from [where] my

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Tiffany Toong, Katherine E. Wilson, Anne W. Hunt, Shannon Scratch, Carol DeMatteo, and Nick Reed

symptom report alone; these youth athletes would be considered cleared to begin the return-to-play protocol, or, in some cases, full return to their sport. Many of these same domains are represented on subjective symptom scales (eg, balance problems, difficulty concentrating, difficulty remembering), 29

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Joerg Teichmann, Rachel Tan, Kim Hébert-Losier, Yeo Wee Kian, Shabana Jalal Din, Ananthi Subramaniam, Dietmar Schmidtbleicher, and C. Martyn Beaven

, given the high reinjury rates, it is clear that return-to-play protocols after knee surgery are suboptimal. We acknowledge that the small sample size, short-time frame, and possibility for external confounders influence the individual testing and training sessions; however, the high level of ecological

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Emily Kroshus, Sara P.D. Chrisman, Jeffrey J. Milroy, and Christine M. Baugh

graded return to play protocol ( NCAA, 2015 ), and this may feel unnecessary or frustrating. An athlete may also make an important play despite being symptomatic, casting doubt in their eyes on the evidence that concussions cause impaired sports performance ( Eckner, Kutcher, Broglio, & Richardson, 2014

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Taylor K. Wise

treatment plans. Collaboration should be between medical physicians, athletic trainers, mental health professionals, dietitians/nutritionists, coaches, and student-athletes d. Pattern 4 : Establish a return-to-play protocol for student-athletes 10. Theme J: Return-to-Play/Participation a. Pattern 1 : A