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Matthew Booth, Jacob Powell, Patrick O. McKeon and Jennifer M. Medina McKeon

concussion. 7 – 9 Despite a high incidence of dizziness and balance deficits reported after concussion, the evidence for VRT effectiveness as a means to resolve these concussion symptoms is relatively sparse. 9 Focused Clinical Question In patients who have sustained a concussion [P], does VRT [I] improve

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Corey P. Ochs, Melissa C. Kay and Johna K. Register-Mihalik

single game (returned within 7 d) and those who missed at least 1 game. 4 • One study indicated that although there was no change in performance of NFL players upon returning to play from sustained concussion, there was a decline in performance in the 2 weeks before the diagnosed injury and appearing on

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Sergio Jiménez-Rubio, Archit Navandar, Jesús Rivilla-García and Victor Paredes-Hernández

kicking are among the principal causes of sustaining a hamstring injury in professional soccer. 4 , 6 Previous research suggests that there is an association between an increased risk of injury or reinjury and hip and knee biomechanical anomalies during maximal or submaximal sprinting, 7 or during

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Monna Arvinen-Barrow, Nathan Maresh and Jennifer Earl-Boehm

contacted and met with the potential participant, explained the nature and purpose of the study, and addressed any arising questions prior to obtaining consent. Participants Two student-athletes from the university’s women’s soccer team met the inclusion criteria for this study: (1) they had sustained an

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Robert Rodriguez

), Epstein et al 3 reported that out of 1441 players from 2006 to 2010, 890 sustained a hip or groin injury. Perhaps the most well understood risk factor for groin strains is reduced hip adductor strength. This includes isolated adductor strength and adductor relative to abductor strength (adductor

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Chelsey Klimek, Christopher Ashbeck, Alexander J. Brook and Chris Durall

the risk of injury during CrossFit workout participation and define pattern of injuries sustained using a cross-sectional observational experimental design. Participants 381 individuals (males = 231 and females = 150) who participated in CrossFit training at a CrossFit gym within the United States

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Janie L. Kelly and Alison R. Valier

. Two medical professionals confirmed all included injuries. Main finding 82 LLOI injuries were sustained (n = 21 in orthotic group and n = 61 in the control group). The injury rate in the orthotic group was 1 injury per 4666 h and in the control group was 1 injury per 1600 h of training. A strong

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Brittany M. Ingram, Melissa C. Kay, Christina B. Vander Vegt and Johna K. Register-Mihalik

system. 9 Exclusion criteria : Participants were excluded if they participated in a “girls only” Pee Wee league or sustained a previous injury or chronic illness that prevented full participation at the beginning of the season. Baseline, demographic, and risk factor information were collected for 1331

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Natalie L. Myers, Guadalupe Mexicano and Kristin V. Aguilar

match time or greater than one training session over a 1-wk period Any noncontact injury when a player was unable to fully participate in future football training or match due to physical complaints Main findings 97 noncontact lower body injuries were sustained across the 4 seasons (9.8 injuries per

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Jessica St Aubin, Jennifer Volberding and Jack Duffy

–30 years old after an acute concussion as compared to the current best practice of resting? Search Strategy • P opulation: patients ages 5–30 who have sustained a concussion • I ntervention: Early (within 7 days) return to physical activity • C omparison: control group or rest group • O utcome: Decreased