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Sherry Robertson and Margo Mountjoy

resorption, are not recommended in premenopausal women, but they can be prescribed safely in men ( Papapoulos & Cremers, 2007 ). The IOC writing team developed a RED-S return-to-play model to assist the treatment team in the decision making of return to play. Reassessments of progress at specified time

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Margo Mountjoy, Jorunn Sundgot-Borgen, Louise Burke, Kathryn E. Ackerman, Cheri Blauwet, Naama Constantini, Constance Lebrun, Bronwen Lundy, Anna Melin, Nanna Meyer, Roberta Sherman, Adam S. Tenforde, Monica Klungland Torstveit and Richard Budgett

) can assist clinicians in screening for RED-S and the management of return to play decisions ( Mountjoy, Sundgot-Borgen, Burke, Carter, Constantini, Lebrun, Meyer, Sherman, Steffen, Budgett, Ljungqvist, et al., 2015 ), although validation is needed. Treatment of Relative Energy Deficiency in Sport Non

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Emily Kroshus, Sara P.D. Chrisman, Jeffrey J. Milroy and Christine M. Baugh

diagnosed concussion history and continued play while symptomatic post-concussion. Experiencing a concussion might decrease the likelihood of an athlete reporting concussive symptoms. After being diagnosed with a concussion it may take a few weeks to return to play as athletic trainers follow a graded

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Zachary Y. Kerr, Susan W. Yeargin, Yuri Hosokawa, Rebecca M. Hirschhorn, Lauren A. Pierpoint and Douglas J. Casa

Most EHIs resulted in return to play <7 days (88.7%), and 17.7% were returned to participation in <1 day. Six athletes prematurely ended their athletic seasons, 2 of whom were medically disqualified. No significant differences were found in distributions of participation restriction time in American

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Derek G. Shendell, Tracy A. Listwan, Lauren Gonzalez and Joseph Panchella

provider approval prior to the student-athlete’s “return to learn” then “return to play.” Similar trends in reported concussion history and severity among injured students were identified in fall, winter, and spring seasons (Table  3 ). Approximately 90% of concussions reported during both fall 2015 and

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Michael Gay and Semyon Slobounov

results from these NP test batteries to determine an athlete’s readiness to return to play or contact ( McCrory et al., 2017 ). For decades, this has represented the cornerstone of recognition, diagnosis, and management of sports-related concussion. However, these serial tests show an improvement of

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Sean H. Kerr, Tiffanye M. Vargas, Mimi Nakajima and Jim Becker

education. If this is the case, athletes may be more likely to report signs of a concussion to a coach because they trust that their coach will make the right decision about whether they should return to play or not. Additionally, LaRoche et al. ( 2016 ) found that the rate at which concussions are reported

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Mattias Eckerman, Kjell Svensson, Gunnar Edman and Marie Alricsson

. 2 For example, since 2001, hamstring injuries have increased by 4% annually in men’s professional football. 3 Length of time before returning to play after muscle injury among football players is estimated to be 19 to 25 days. 4 The risk of a muscle reinjury is high and results in 30% longer

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Riana R. Pryor, Summer Runestad, Bethany A. Chong Gum, Nathan J. Fuller, Moon Kang and Jennifer J. Beck

education, acute injury diagnoses and treatments, and return to play. Complicating the discussion, alternative medical (e.g., paramedic, nurse, etc.) and nonmedical (e.g., athletic director, coaches, etc.) providers are hired many times to provide athletic training services in lieu of an AT. While some of

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Jennifer M. Medina McKeon and Patrick O. McKeon

that focus on “what matters most to the patient”. Decreased injury, injury risk reduction following an injury prevention program, symptom improvements, enhanced quality of life, return-to-play, etc. Disease-oriented Evidence derived from outcomes that a clinician can measure, but which may not