development of ER, 2 it is unknown if there are specific sex differences in the development, diagnosis, and return to activity of those diagnosed with ER. The purpose of this case study is to share a unique presentation of ER in a female collegiate tennis athlete during competition season. Case Presentation
Kelley D. Henderson, Sarah A. Manspeaker and Zevon Stubblefield
Jennifer M. Medina McKeon and Patrick O. McKeon
and therefore are ranked higher than case studies. In general, research studies that are higher on the hierarchy of clinical evidence have a better SOR grade. 3. The nature of the outcomes of interest: In regard to the SOR, the key delineation for the nature of the outcomes of interest tend to be
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
Kristina Amrani, Andrew Gallucci and Marshall Magnusen
injuries found in case studies and laboratory settings involved the upper extremity. 2 Accordingly, given the prevalence of both acute and chronic upper extremity injuries among tennis players, pertinent research questions worth exploring include: What are the existing interval hitting rehabilitation
Matt Greig, Hannah Emmerson and John McCreadie
Global Positioning System (GPS) technology offer potential to quantify mechanical loading during functional rehabilitative tasks. Recently, mediolateral loading imbalances were highlighted in a case study of ankle sprain injury in elite male soccer. 11 However, to enhance the clinical application of GPS
Megan N. Houston, Johanna M. Hoch and Matthew C. Hoch
, Thomas AC , Pietrosimone B , Hiller CE , Bowker S , Gribble PA . The consequence of a medial ankle sprain on physical and self-reported functional limitations: a case study over a 5-month period . J Orthop Sports Phys Ther . 2015 ; 45 ( 10 ): 756 – 764 . PubMed ID: 26304642 doi:10
Marcie Fyock, Nelson Cortes, Alex Hulse and Joel Martin
aged 18 years and younger or 45 years and older. • Participants had additional lower-extremity musculoskeletal injuries or other significant health complications. • Case studies. Results of Search After an extensive review of the current published literature, 21 studies were screened; in which only 3
Iva Obrusníková, Hana Válková and Martin E. Block
The purpose of this investigation was to evaluate the impact of including a student who uses a wheelchair and is given no direct support in a 4th grade general physical education (GPE) class on students without disabilities. Using an evaluate case study research method, data were collected in the beginning and end of a 2-week GPE volleyball unit from 2 intact elementary school classes using 2 attitude inventories, volleyball skills, and knowledge test. Results indicated no significant class difference in volleyball skill and knowledge acquisitions. Overall, attitudes toward including a student with a disability tended to be positive in both classes. In addition, there was no significant time difference within the classes on either attitude inventory.
Pilvikki Heikinaro-Johansson, Claudine Sherrill, Ronald French and Heikki Huuhka
The purpose of this research was to develop and test an adapted physical education consultant model to assist regular elementary school classroom teachers to include children with special needs into regular physical education. The consultation model consisted of (a) Level 1, conducting a needs assessment, (b) Level 2, designing/implementing the program, and (c) Level 3, evaluating the program. The model was tested in two communities in Finland using the intensive and the limited consulting approaches. Data collection methods included videotaped observations of teacher and students, interviews, dialogue at interdisciplinary team meetings, and journals. Results are presented as case studies, which describe the process and product over a 2-month period of model implementation. Analysis of data indicate that classroom teachers, paraprofessionals, and students benefited from the consultant model. The adapted physical education consultant model appears to be a viable approach in facilitating the integration of children with special needs.
Catarina Sousa, Ronald E. Smith and Jaume Cruz
Coach Effectiveness Training (CET) has been shown to have positive effects on a range of outcome variables, especially in young athletes (Smith & Smoll, 2005). Based on CET principles, and coupled with behavioral feedback, an individualized goal-setting intervention was developed and assessed using a replicated case study approach. Outcome variables included observed, athlete-perceived, and coach-perceived behaviors measured before the intervention and late in the season, as well as coaches’ evaluations of the intervention. Four soccer coaches selected three target behaviors that they wished to improve after viewing videotaped behavioral feedback. Behavioral assessment revealed that two of the coaches achieved positive changes on all three of their targeted behaviors. A third coach improved on two of the three targeted behaviors. The fourth coach did not achieve any of the established goals. We conclude that this approach is sufficiently promising to warrant additional research, and we discuss strengths and limitations of the study.