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Zachary L. Mannes, Erin G. Ferguson, Nicole Ennis, Deborah S. Hasin, and Linda B. Cottler

/linebacker, wide receiver/defensive back, or fullback/tight end). Any past 12-month opioid use (no and yes) and binge drinking (no and yes) were also assessed. Binge drinkers were dichotomized based on consumption of more than five alcoholic beverages on ≥1 occasion in the past 30 days ( National Institute on

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J.C. Andersen and Heather VanOpdorp

(i.e., income/wealth, economic stability, education, employment, social and community context, health and health care, neighborhood, and built environment) and at least one LBP outcome variable (LBP prevalence, pain, disability, absenteeism, opioid use/prescription); and (c) observational or

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Justin L. Rush, Lindsey K. Lepley, Steven Davi, and Adam S. Lepley

historically been used in the rehabilitation field to treat neurologically impaired patients (eg, stroke, Parkinson disease, etc), it has recently shown promise in improving muscle strength and decreasing pain and opioid use in individuals with musculoskeletal conditions such as osteoarthritis and total knee

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Zachary Y. Kerr, Julianna Prim, J.D. DeFreese, Leah C. Thomas, Janet E. Simon, Kevin A. Carneiro, Stephen W. Marshall, and Kevin M. Guskiewicz

/act028 23644673 9. Cottler LB , Abdallah AB , Cummings SM , Barr J , Banks R , Forchheimer R . Injury, pain, and prescription opioid use among former National Football League (NFL) players . Drug Alcohol Depend . 2011 ; 116 ( 1–3 ): 188 – 194 . PubMed ID: 21277121 doi:10.1016/j

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Kate N. Jochimsen, Carl G. Mattacola, Brian Noehren, Kelsey J. Picha, Stephen T. Duncan, and Cale A. Jacobs

prevalence of prolonged opioid use. 13 – 18 , 37 Findings from the current study suggest individuals with self-reported depression and/or anxiety have higher pain catastrophizing and lower self-efficacy. Interestingly they did not report worse pain or function. The authors hypothesize that poor psychosocial