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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 interventionStudies that focused on rest as a home intervention • Case Studies Results of Search Two relevant studies were identified and

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Caitlin Brinkman, Shelby E. Baez, Francesca Genoese and Johanna M. Hoch

Use of a goal setting intervention to increase adherence to low back pain rehabilitation: a randomized controlled trial Injury rehabilitation: a goal setting intervention study Study design Randomized controlled trial Randomized controlled trial Study participants UK military personnel volunteers (n

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Kate N. Jochimsen, Margaret R. Pelton, Carl G. Mattacola, Laura J. Huston, Emily K. Reinke, Kurt P. Spindler, Christian Lattermann and Cale A. Jacobs

, high pain catastrophizing may offer a potential treatment target. Future interventional studies are thereby warranted for those with persistently elevated postoperative pain catastrophizing. PCS scores and knee pain 6 months following ACLR were moderately related indicating this time point may be more

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Eoin Everard, Mark Lyons and Andrew J. Harrison

the subjective measures of the LESS. Practically, this helps to validate the use of intervention studies to examine exercise protocols that may improve LESS scores. Practitioners can be confident that improvements are due to changes in jump-landing mechanics. There are several limitations that need to

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Jennifer M. Medina McKeon and Patrick O. McKeon

results matching those in the recommendation. Please note that we purposely did not say that we “decrease” the likelihood! There is a chance that the likelihood of a given result could increase. We provide an intervention study example: Imagine that several randomized controlled trials (RCTs

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Rosa M. Rodriguez, Ashley Marroquin and Nicole Cosby

Search Limits) Inclusion Criteria • Studies investigating ACL surgery outcomes • Subjects with history of minimum of 1 surgery • Studies using imagery as an interventionStudies investigating psychological factors affecting rehabilitation • Studies with at least 2B level of evidence and minimum of 5 on

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Kathryn Mills, Aula Idris, Thu-An Pham, John Porte, Mark Wiggins and Manolya Kavakli

-0838.2010.01253.x 21210852 10.1111/j.1600-0838.2010.01253.x 12. Myklebust G , Engebretsen L , Braekken IH , Skjølberg A , Olsen O-E , Bahr R . Prevention of anterior cruciate ligament injuries in female team handball players: a prospective intervention study over three seasons . Clin J Sport Med

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Ufuk Ersoy, Umut Ziya Kocak, Ezgi Unuvar and Bayram Unver

participant prior to the testing. A total of 3 assessments was performed for each participant and the average of 3 testing (in lbs) was used for the analysis. 11 Figure 1 —The assessment of ankle dorsiflexors muscle strength. Intervention Study Group A grade III Maitland joint mobilization with extensive

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Kenneth Färnqvist, Stephen Pearson and Peter Malliaras

acceptable reliability. 12 – 14 Interventions Studies including exercise as a treatment or rehabilitation for Achilles tendinopathy were included. The only additional parameter was that exercise needed to be applied for 12 weeks or longer as a shorter intervention does not seem to bring about structural

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Emily M. Hartley, Matthew C. Hoch and Robert J. Cramer

social science theories and their ability to predict the ERIPP adoption and compliance. 10 Only 11% of all sport-related injury prevention intervention studies mention the use of a behavioral or social science theory. Within that percentage, only 4 out of 100 studies tested a theory. Most of the studies