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Mark A. Feger, Luke Donovan, C. Collin Herb, Geoffrey G. Handsfield, Silvia S. Blemker, Joseph M. Hart, Susan A. Saliba, Mark F. Abel, Joseph S. Park and Jay Hertel

self-reported function in patients with CAI. 22 A detailed description of the rehabilitation protocol and individualized progression algorithm has previously been published as a supplement to the aforementioned study. 22 Briefly, the rehabilitation protocol was developed based on Donovan and Hertel

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Joseph Hannon, J. Craig Garrison, Sharon Wang-Price, Shiho Goto, Angellyn Grondin, James Bothwell and Curtis Bush

suffer a meniscal tear. 10 – 12 Meniscal repair (MR) at the time of ACL-R is preferred over meniscectomy when possible. This concomitant procedure results in alterations in rehabilitation progression following surgery, such as a longer nonweight-bearing time. 8 Patients following ACL-R have been found

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Jinah Kim, Sung Cheol Lee, Youngmin Chun, Hyung-Pil Jun, Jeffrey G. Seegmiller, Kyung Min Kim and Sae Yong Lee

there was a lack of concrete instruction about the SFE progression, a systematic 4-stage intervention program was developed based on previous articles. 10 , 14 , 17 , 23 Four stages were involved in active assistive and active modeling. 13 During the first stage, neuromuscular electrostimulation (NMES

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Michelle A. Sandrey, Cody Lancellotti and Cory Hester

30-second rest between the muscle groups for a total of 8 minutes. Each time, the researcher verified the order and timing of muscle treatment progression. IASTM Intervention Protocol The instrumented portion of the IASTM protocol was administered by a certified athletic trainer with 10 years of

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Catherine Mason and Matt Greig

plane, the loading increased significantly ( P  ≤ .03) at each progression from walk to rising trot, to canter, to sitting trot. This same pattern was evident in the ML ( P  ≤ .02) and V ( P  ≤ .02) planes, with the same hierarchical ordering of elements, indicative of the increased pace. There was no

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Nicholas Hattrup, Hannah Gray, Mark Krumholtz and Tamara C. Valovich McLeod

exertion beyond normal activities required for school (ie, walking, studying, etc).  The UCG were directed through the existing 6-stage progression of activity by their attending sport-medicine physician. This similarly reflected the Berlin 2016 guidelines. The UCG was assessed at weeks 1, 2, 3, and 4

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Katherine Craig, Shannon L. Jordan, Daniel R. Chilek, Doug Boatwright and Julio Morales

begin with a thorough history of symptoms, complete physical exam, and review of medical records. 14 The symptomatic history provides insight regarding the location, type, intensity, onset and severity, and progression over time. This portion of the exam should also reveal factors that aggravate or

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Pawel R. Golyski, Elizabeth M. Bell, Elizabeth M. Husson, Erik J. Wolf and Brad D. Hendershot

Abnormal joint mechanics are often associated with an elevated risk for joint pathology. During ambulation, increases in peak knee joint loads have been related to the severity or progression of existing joint degeneration 1 and, to some extent, its initiation. 2 Regarding the latter, noting that

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Jesse C. Christensen, Caitlin J. Miller, Ryan D. Burns and Hugh S. West

, based on clinician expertise, financial/insurance factors, and patient preference. Patients received the 4-phase rehabilitation progression through written handouts and were instructed on how to perform the exercises during outpatient visits. The outpatient PT protocol was outlined as followed: Phase I

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Abbigail Ristow, Matthew Besch, Drew Rutherford and Thomas W. Kernozek

is used to inform this progression, the results of this study may indicate a benefit in utilizing the 50 HPM early in rehabilitation for patients with PFP and progress to a higher cadence when the goal of treatment is no longer to minimize PFJRF. Interestingly, there was a bimodal nature of the PFJ