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Ryan S. McCann, Kyle B. Kosik, Masafumi Terada and Phillip A. Gribble

Key Points ▸ No previous study has developed a prediction model for recurrent ankle sprains in high school and collegiate athletes. ▸ Increased patient height and mass were associated with increased odds of sustaining a recurrent ankle sprain in the same competitive season. ▸ Commonly-used disease

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Siobhán O’Connor, Róisín Leahy, Enda Whyte, Paul O’Donovan and Lauren Fortington

+ years. Section one comprised six questions detailing demographics, playing history, and additional sports participation. Section two related to injuries sustained during the previous season, and focused on the number, location, type, mechanism and severity of injuries. An injury was defined as “any

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Ryan Thomson, Danielle Carabello, Jamie Mansell and Anne Russ

their playing career. 3 In a sample of retired NFL players, the average number of concussions experienced during their lifetime was four. 4 Since the NFL has been found to under-report the number of concussions, 5 the number sustained may be greater. The symptoms of concussion are diverse and include

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Michael S. Guss, John P. Begly, Austin J. Ramme, David P. Taormina, Michael E. Rettig and John T. Capo

. Previous studies are mostly historical, small case series, lacking performance outcome data or control groups. 4 – 6 The purpose of this study was to evaluate performance before and after injury in MLB players who sustained a hook of hamate fracture, and to compare them with their control-matched peers

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Matthew Booth, Jacob Powell, Patrick O. McKeon and Jennifer M. Medina McKeon

concussion. 7 – 9 Despite a high incidence of dizziness and balance deficits reported after concussion, the evidence for VRT effectiveness as a means to resolve these concussion symptoms is relatively sparse. 9 Focused Clinical Question In patients who have sustained a concussion [P], does VRT [I] improve

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Srinidhi Bellamkonda, Samantha J. Woodward, Eamon Campolettano, Ryan Gellner, Mireille E. Kelley, Derek A. Jones, Amaris Genemaras, Jonathan G. Beckwith, Richard M. Greenwald, Arthur C. Maerlender, Steven Rowson, Stefan M. Duma, Jillian E. Urban, Joel D. Stitzel and Joseph J. Crisco

understand the trends at the youth level and to gauge the cumulative effect of the head impacts that the players sustain throughout their career. Recent studies have compared head impact exposure of practice and game sessions, 13 , 21 , 22 citing specific drills as having the highest rate of high

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Abby L. Cheng, John A. Merlo, Devyani Hunt, Ted Yemm, Robert H. Brophy and Heidi Prather

they had sustained any injuries to their low back or lower-extremities since enrolling in the study. An injury was defined as follows: (1) pain or dysfunction that caused you to miss at least one practice or competition event or one which has caused you to perform less well than you used to, (2) did

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

injuries, occur annually. 1 There has been increased awareness of the implications of concussions. This awareness can be attributed, in large part, to the media spotlight on concussions sustained by professional athletes. Former National Football League (NFL) players have reported, based on personal

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Janet E. Simon, Dustin R. Grooms and Carrie L. Docherty

who had sustained an injury in college requiring knee surgery would have a larger prevalence of knee OA and would report worse knee-specific function and HRQOL than athletes who did not require knee surgery during college. Methods A cross-sectional study was designed to investigate the prevalence of