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Amy Barrette and Katherine Harman

and rehabilitation specialists would have athlete’s safety as their primary concern. Despite this, they remain exposed to the same external forces that can have an influence on their decision making regarding an athlete’s ability to play through pain. This can set the stage for conflict and become

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Matt Greig and Benjamin Child

flexion torques exceeding 700 N·m have been quantified during ball release in laboratory-based studies, 6 but the methodological approach has limited ecological validity and practical application in a rehabilitation context. Injury prevention strategies have instead considered “loading” with respect to

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Nicole Cascia, Tim L. Uhl and Carolyn M. Hettrich

among surgeons on how to treat partial tears. 7 The decision to treat these partial tears with surgery may be due to published studies that have reported improved outcomes and RTP rates. 5 , 8 Nonoperative treatment of UCL injuries has progressed with both preventive and rehabilitative strategies and

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Harsh H. Buddhadev, Daniel L. Crisafulli, David N. Suprak and Jun G. San Juan

instrumental activities of daily living such as walking, standing up from a chair, using stairs, and so forth. 1 – 7 Cycling is a commonly prescribed mode of physical rehabilitation for individuals with knee OA, as it is a low-weight bearing and nonimpact form of physical activity. It has been shown that

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Elif Turgut, Irem Duzgun and Gul Baltaci

flexibility and joint mobility is one of the important aims of shoulder rehabilitation programs. 5 , 6 Growing literature has reported the effectiveness of exercise treatment on pain and disability status in participants diagnosed with secondary SIS. 7 , 8 Exercise treatment is often applied as a combination

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Rosa M. Rodriguez, Ashley Marroquin and Nicole Cosby

psychological factors during physical rehabilitation for an athlete to rebuild confidence and overcome fear of reinjury. Currently, most physiotherapy and rehabilitation research has primarily focused on the physical treatment without focusing on the psychological aspects of recovery following an injury. 5 , 7

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Øyvind F. Standal, Tor Erik H. Nyquist and Hanne H. Mong

, but is not limited to, physical education, sport, recreation, and rehabilitation” ( http://www.eufapa.eu/index.php/apa.html ). In Europe, several researchers from different countries cooperated in developing professional standards for APA in the three contexts: sports, schools, and rehabilitation

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Kimmery Migel and Erik Wikstrom

subsequent LAS 3 and can alter talar-loading patterns, leading to the development of posttraumatic osteoarthritis. 2 Gait adaptations have been found to persist despite participation in traditional rehabilitation program focusing on strength, range of motion, and neuromuscular control. 2 Therefore

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Taha Ibrahim Yildiz, Elif Turgut and Irem Duzgun

secondary to pain, are thought to induce scapular dysfunction. 11 – 14 Although changes in the axioscapular muscle behavior result from neck pain and aim to protect the region, in the long term it is speculated that they exacerbate neck pain. 10 , 15 – 18 Despite more comprehensive rehabilitation programs

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Emily R. Hunt, Shelby E. Baez, Anne D. Olson, Timothy A. Butterfield and Esther Dupont-Versteegden

Key Points ▸ Fear-avoidance and the pain tension cycle contribute to chronic pain. ▸ Massage may modulate physiological and psychological factors associated with pain postinjury. ▸ Breaking the pain tension cycle facilitates progression in rehabilitation and earlier recovery. Pain is often