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Alyssa C. Adams, Kelly B. Fleming and Patricia M. Tripp

them unable to perform certain skills. 3 In this case study, the patient lost 50° of abduction postoperatively due to the bony block created by the repositioned acetabulum. With this restriction, she could no longer perform her middle split, which limited the gymnastics skills she could include in a

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Kelly L. Holzberger, Kim Keeley and Martin Donahue

nodal reentrant tachycardia (AVNRT), AVRT, and ectopic atrial tachycardia (EAT). 10 According to the literature, 11 the patient in this case study was most likely suffering from AVNRT, which is the most common cause of SVT and is present in 50–90% of cases. 12 However, the athlete was diagnosed with

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Erin Macaronas, Shannon David and Nicole German

risk of amputation. 1 Other case studies of Morel-Lavallée lesions have been reported in the literature; however, most have involved recreational athletes and none have been described as occurring in the lower leg. 2 – 5 Discussion With limited reported cases or published research, no clinical red

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John Mahoney and Stephanie J. Hanrahan

The purpose of this study was to research the experiences of four injured athletes during their rehabilitation from ACL injuries and to examine the potential usefulness of an adapted ACT intervention in addressing individuals’ adherence to rehabilitation protocols and their general psychological well-being. We investigated the usefulness of a brief, 4-session ACT program adapted for educational purposes and presented data as case studies. The case studies suggested that (a) the injured athletes experienced a multitude of private events immediately following injury, throughout their recovery, and when approaching a full return to sport; (b) the injured athletes typically avoided these private events and engaged in emotion-driven behaviors; (c) an adapted ACT approach for educational purposes could be useful on at least a basic level to help injured athletes accept private events, commit to rehabilitation behaviors, and have some certainty about returning to sport; and (d) more could be done to address the needs of injured athletes beyond the structure of our 4-session educational intervention. We concluded that the ACT-based intervention, to a certain extent, educated injured athletes about how to meet the challenges of their recoveries and how to commit to their rehabilitations, as well as to exhibit behaviors that would potentially permit their successful reentries to sport.

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Smokey Fermin, Lindsay Larkins, Sarah Beene and David Wetzel

intervention • Postsurgical casesStudies that include the use of electrical stimulation modalities Search Results In total 1102 studies were returned when the databases were searched. Five studies 1 – 5 were identified as best evidence (based on the Levels of Evidence, Center for Evidence Based Medicine

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Joseph M. Day, Robert Barry Dale and Elizabeth Kennedy

measure • Studies published in the last 10 years (2005–2015) • Studies written in the English language Exclusion • Studies that did not include a HEP as a primary intervention • Studies that focused on rest as a home intervention • Case Studies Results of Search Two relevant studies were identified and

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Christie Powell, Jody Jensen and Samantha Johnson

lateral hop 12″ × 20 s (LSI = 90%) Case study Level 4 N = 1 Racouillat 38 16 y/female Patellar dislocation (1) SLHD (2) VJ (3) Sprint test (LSI calculated) Case study Level 4 N = 1 Greenberg et al 39 8–15 y mean age: 12.28 y male/female ACLR (1) SLHD (2) SLTHD (3) SLVJ (4) SL lateral hop 12″ × 20 s (LSI

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Emily E. Kruithof, Spencer A. Thomas and Patricia Tripp

unique rehabilitation protocol and timeline. The information in this case study discusses the presentation of OCD in a college athlete, and how the incorporation of blood flow restriction (BFR) exercise in the rehabilitation program may have accounted for increased strength gains, leading to an

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Lauren Anne Lipker, Caitlyn Rae Persinger, Bradley Steven Michalko and Christopher J. Durall

–2018 publication dates Exclusion Criteria • Case studies • Studies involving participants who had other pathologies of the knee in addition to ACLR Results of Search An extensive search of the literature yielded many articles; however, only 3 studies met the eligibility requirements and were considered for review

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Hiroaki Hobara, Sakiko Saito, Satoru Hashizume, Hiroyuki Sakata and Yoshiyuki Kobayashi

e318201f6f8 10.1249/MSS.0b013e318201f6f8 20980924 3. Bezodis IN , Salo AI , Kerwin DG . A longitudinal case study of step characteristics in a world class sprint athlete . Proceedings of the 26th International Conference on Biomechanics in Sports ; 2008 : 537 – 540 . Seoul, Korea. 4