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Katie J. Thralls and Susan S. Levy

criteria for physical independence, using the recently developed cut-off SFT values for maintaining independence ( Rikli & Jones, 2013 ). Methods The current study consisted of analysis of baseline self-reported and objectively measured data collected between October 2014 and January 2016 that were part of

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

Key Points ▸ The majority of respondents (88%) reported an injury in the previous season. ▸ The self-reported worst camogie injury of the previous season mostly impacted knee ligaments. ▸ Respondents reported continuing to play through injury for 85% of their injuries. ▸ The survey justifies

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Michael Girdwood, Liam West, David Connell and Peter Brukner

Muscle injuries are common in Australian rules football (ARF). The most commonly injured muscles in elite-level ARF are the hamstring, quadriceps, and adductor muscle groups. 1 Less data exist regarding subelite-level ARF; Ekegren et al 2 report an injury rate of 0.7 injuries per player per

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Sravya Vajapey and Timothy L. Miller

fractures due to the inherent instability of this fracture pattern and a potentially shorter time to return to sport. 5 – 9 This case reports on sequential bilateral vertical shear medial malleolar fractures treated surgically. This is the first known case report of a bilateral presentation of this type of

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Paul Kinnerk, Stephen Harvey, Philip Kearney, Ciaran MacDonncha and Mark Lyons

), basketball ( Harvey et al., 2013 ) and volleyball ( Harvey et al., 2013 ) all reported coaches spending the majority of session duration in activities deemed less relevant to game play. However, more recent studies by Hall et al. ( 2016 ) and O’Connor et al. ( 2018 ) found coaches in rugby and soccer

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Brent I. Smith, Denice Curtis and Carrie L. Docherty

history of ankle sprains. 4 – 6 Approximately 30% of lateral ankle sprains lead to recurrent instability. 7 As early as 1965, Freeman et al 3 first reported patients describing their residual symptoms as the sensation of the ankle “giving way” after an ankle sprain. Hiller et al 8 developed a model in

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Jennifer F. Mullins, Arthur J. Nitz and Matthew C. Hoch

emergency departments and more than 40% of ankle sprain patients will report at least one moderate to severe symptom in the 6–18 months following injury. 4 As many as 74% of individuals with a history of ankle sprain will develop chronic symptoms. 5 , 6 Chronic ankle instability (CAI) can be defined by a

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Joowon Lee, Baojiang Chen, Harold W. Kohl III, Carolyn E. Barlow, Chong Do Lee, Nina B. Radford, Laura F. DeFina and Kelley P. Gabriel

In 1995, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the American College of Sports Medicine published physical activity (PA) recommendations for public health. The report stated that adults should accumulate at least 30 min a day of moderate-intensity aerobic PA on most, preferably all

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Nicolas Robin, Lucette Toussaint, Guillaume R. Coudevylle, Shelly Ruart, Olivier Hue and Stephane Sinnapah

, & Patel, 2015 ) and physical activity ( Morton et al., 2015 ; O’Reilly & Spruijt-Metz, 2013 ) has become an obvious research objective. Several studies ( Antoine Parker & Ellis, 2016 ; Kim & Glanz, 2013 ; Muller, Khoo, & Morris, 2016 ) have shown that text messaging increases certain domains of self-reported

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Myles Murphy, Marshall Stockden, Ken Withers, William Breidahl and Jonathon Charlesworth

this case report are as follows: (1) propose that maximal glenohumeral stability may be achieved through the bony union of the coracoid onto the glenoid and determine if this occurs by 6 weeks postoperatively, (2) determine if accelerated rehabilitation lessens muscle strength deficits and disuse