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Hideyuki E Izumi and Masaaki Tsuruike

the appropriate course of action (e.g., treatment, return to play). 3. Assessment Identify safety hazards associated with physical activities, facilities, and protective equipment by following accepted procedures and guidelines to make appropriate recommendations and to minimize the risk of injury and

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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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Kristina L. Dunn, R. Curtis Bay, Javier F. Cárdenas, Matthew Anastasi, Tamara C. Valovich McLeod and Richelle M. Williams

exams could be an efficient and cost-effective way to baseline test many athletes quickly. An accurate baseline assessment for each athlete provides an anchor against which to compare measurements taken following injury and to individualize postinjury management to ensure a safe return to play. Results

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Shelly L. Massingale, Amy D. Alexander, Steven M. Erickson, Elizabeth S. McQueary, Richard D. Gerkin, Sarah B. Schodrof, Haroon M. Kisana and Jamie E. Pardini

structure for the post-concussion symptom scale baseline and post-concussion factors . Am J Sports Med . 2012 ; 40 ( 10 ): 2375 – 2384 . PubMed doi:10.1177/0363546512455400 10.1177/0363546512455400 22904209 4. Lovell M , Collins M , Bradley J . Return to play following sports-related concussion

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Natalie Cook and Tamerah N. Hunt

) nature of concussion, (2) signs and symptoms, (3) assessment of concussion, (4) management and return to play, (5) importance of reporting, and (6) risks of continued play and short- and long-term health consequences. Outcome measure(s) Intention, attitude, subjective norms, and perceived behavioral

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Rebekah D. Alcock, Gregory C. Shaw, Nicolin Tee, Marijke Welvaert and Louise M. Burke

dairy and collagen supplements and bone broth . Melbourne, Australia : Australian Catholic University . Manuscript in preparation. Baar , K. ( 2017 ). Minimizing injury and maximizing return to play: Lessons from engineered ligaments . Sports Medicine, 47 ( Suppl. 1 ), 5 – 11 . PubMed ID

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Katrina G. Ritter, Matthew J. Hussey and Tamara C. Valovich McLeod

. Br J Sports Med . 2017 ; 51 : 930 – 934 . PubMed ID: 28341726 doi:10.1136/bjsports-2016-097475 10.1136/bjsports-2016-097475 9. Darling SR , Leddy JJ , Baker JG , et al . Evaluation of the Zurich guidelines and exercise testing for return to play in adolescents following concussion . Clin

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Emily A. Hall, Dario Gonzalez and Rebecca M. Lopez

creates an environment that is conducive to work-life balance due to clear role identify, flexible work schedules, and supportive staff. Support for the question Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Abbreviations: AM = academic model; AT = athletic trainer; MM = medical model; RTP = return to play; TM = traditional model

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Brian W. Wiese, Kevin Miller and Eduardo Godoy

-cuff-focused rehabilitation, return to play, and continued participation in a contact sport. Case Presentation Patient A 19-year-old African-American male NCAA Division I collegiate American football player with no prior history of shoulder injury presented with right shoulder pain and disability after tackling an opponent

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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