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.3.28 Contemporary Conditioning Power Clean Teaching Progression, Part 2 Martin A. Fees MS, PT, ATC 5 1997 2 2 3 3 35 35 36 36 10.1123/att.2.3.35 Injury Management Update Scapholunate Instability Sheri Nolan OTR/L, CHT John A. Norwig MEd, ATC 5 1997 2 2 3 3 42 42 43 43 10.1123/att.2.3.42 Back to Basics

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1997 2 2 2 2 44 44 45 45 10.1123/att.2.2.44 Contemporary Conditioning Power Clean Progression Martin A. Fees MS, PT, ATC 3 1997 2 2 2 2 46 46 47 47 10.1123/att.2.2.46 Administratively Speaking Educating Student Clinicians Versus Skdent Technicians Peter Koehneke MS, ATC Michael G. Dolan ATC 3

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10.1123/jab.2015-0271 Ramp Angle, Not Plateau Height, Influences Transition Strategies Riley C. Sheehan * Jinger S. Gottschall * 10 2016 32 5 449 453 10.1123/jab.2015-0038 Effect of Foot Progression Angle and Lateral Wedge Insole on a Reduction in Knee Adduction Moment Ken Tokunaga * Yuki

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2003 12 3 272 279 10.1123/jsr.12.3.272 Sport Rehabilitation Forum The RAMP System: A Template for the Progression of Athletic-Injury Rehabilitation David J. Ralston * 8 2003 12 3 280 290 10.1123/jsr.12.3.280 Media Reviews The Practical Guide to Range of Motion Assessment Terry Carey-Loghmani 8 2003

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.1123/jab.2018-0327 jab.2018-0327 Patients With Medial Knee Osteoarthritis Reduce Medial Knee Contact Forces by Altering Trunk Kinematics, Progression Speed, and Stepping Strategy During Stair Ascent and Descent: A Pilot Study Susana Meireles * Neil D. Reeves * Richard K. Jones * Colin R. Smith

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Minshull * James Richardson * Nigel P. Gleeson * 8 2014 23 3 235 243 10.1123/JSR.2013-0050 The Progression of Isokinetic Knee Strength After Matrix-Induced Autologous Chondrocyte Implantation: Implications for Rehabilitation and Return to Activity Jay R. Ebert * Anne Smith * Peter K. Edwards

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Translational Science: An Opportunity for Rehabilitation Scientists Thomas H. Kelly * Carl G. Mattacola * 11 2010 19 4 369 379 10.1123/jsr.19.4.369 Original Research Reports Progression of Secondary Injury After Musculoskeletal Trauma—A Window of Opportunity? Mark A. Merrick * Nicole M. McBrier * 11

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John J. Fraser and Jay Hertel

participants during the 4-week trial. Participants allocated to the control group did not receive any intervention and were asked to not modify their physical activity during the 4-week trial period. Participants allocated to the intervention group were instructed in an IFM home exercise progression detailed

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Lucinda E. Bouillon, Michael Hofener, Andrew O’Donnel, Amanda Milligan and Craig Obrock

muscle activity wearing the STEPRIGHT® Stability Trainer versus the BOSU® trainer during a forward lunge. Quantifying muscle activity using these domed devices would help guide clinicians when determining exercise dosage and progression. The comparison of these 2 domed devices also provides the

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Sergio Jiménez-Rubio, Archit Navandar, Jesús Rivilla-García, Víctor Paredes-Hernández and Miguel-Ángel Gómez-Ruano

progression in the progress of these parameters was found, indicating that the hamstring muscle complex not only recovered completely from the injury but could also withstand a greater training and match load. The most important improvements were observed in the peak speed (Max_Speed) and the distance run per