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-0145 Original Research Report Shifting the Current Clinical Perspective: Isolated Eccentric Exercise as an Effective Intervention to Promote the Recovery of Muscle After Injury Lindsey K. Lepley * Timothy A. Butterfield * 3 2017 26 2 122 130 10.1123/jsr.2017-0008 Rehabilitation After Hamstring-Strain Injury

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Michael Girdwood, Liam West, David Connell and Peter Brukner

; a period of relative rest, followed by global gluteal strengthening before returning to running, and higher level sport. Askling et al 4 also described a subgroup of dancers with hamstring strains, sustained during slow-speed stretching. They reported 87% prevalence of QF tearing in this group

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.2.32 Functional Rehabilitation Functional Rehabilitation for Hamstring Strains: Emphasizing Rotation Jeff G. Konin MEd, ATC, MPT 3 2004 9 9 2 2 34 34 35 35 10.1123/att.9.2.34 Injury Prevention & Performance Enhancement Trans-Siberian Rehabilitation and Performance Enhancement Robert I. Moss PhD, ATC 3 2004 9

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Jeffrey G. Williams, Hannah I. Gard, Jeana M. Gregory, Amy Gibson and Jennifer Austin

demands of the sport requiring recurrent, explosive active and passive applications of tension in the hamstring muscle tissue. Previous research has been aimed at establishing the cause for hamstring strains and effective preventative measures. 4 , 5 This research has examined variables such as age

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Fuller PhD, ATC/L 1 2004 9 9 1 1 42 42 43 43 10.1123/att.9.1.42 Injury Management Update Hamstring Strain Rehabilitation: A Functional Stepwise Approach for Return to Sports, Part II Jeff Allen MEd, ATC Michael D. Rosenthal PT, SCS, ECS, ATC, CSCS Danny J. McMillian PT, OCS, CSCS 1 2004 9 9 1 1 44

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* Jennifer W. Cuchna * Matthew C. Hoch * 11 2017 26 6 567 572 10.1123/jsr.2016-0003 Eccentric Exercises Reduce Hamstring Strains in Elite Adult Male Soccer Players: A Critically Appraised Topic Ian B. Shadle * Paul A. Cacolice * 11 2017 26 6 573 577 10.1123/jsr.2015-0196 Effects of Mindfulness

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Thales M. Medeiros, João B. Ribeiro-Alvares, Carolina G. Fritsch, Gabriel S. Oliveira, Lucas Severo-Silveira, Evangelos Pappas and Bruno M. Baroni

Hamstring strain injury (HSI) is the noncontact injury with the highest incidence in football (soccer). 1 A professional team with a 25-player squad typically suffers about 5 to 6 HSIs per season. 2 Even though there is increased awareness about these injuries in recent years, the HSI rates have

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. Harrelson EdD, ATC Elizabeth Swann PhD, ATC-L 11 2003 8 6 32 33 10.1123/att.8.6.32 Injury Management Update Hamstring-Strain Rehabilitation: A Functional Stepwise Approach for Return to Sports, Part I Jeff Allen MEd, ATC Michael D. Rosenthal PT, SCS, ECS, ATC, CSCS Danny J. McMillian PT, OCS, CSCS

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-0364 Prevalence of Hamstring Strain Injury Risk Factors in Professional and Under-20 Male Football (Soccer) Players João Breno Ribeiro-Alvares * Maurício Pinto Dornelles * Carolina Gassen Fritsch * Felipe Xavier de Lima-e-Silva * Thales Menezes Medeiros * Lucas Severo-Silveira * Vanessa Bernardes

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. adductor strain b. ankle sprain c. hamstring strain d. hip flexor strain 13. Preseason YBT-LQ scores in a heterogeneous population of D-III collegiate athletes were associated with an increased risk of sport-related lower quadrant noncontact time-loss injury. a. True b. False 14. What was the average age