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Erik A. Wikstrom, Cole Mueller and Mary Spencer Cain

available date until March 2019. Each search used the following combination of keywords: (1) return to sport OR return to play OR return to participation OR return to work OR return to duty and (2) ankle sprain OR lateral ankle sprain OR acute ankle sprain OR acute lateral ankle sprain. Reference lists of

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Nathan Millikan, Dustin R. Grooms, Brett Hoffman and Janet E. Simon

musculoskeletal injury is exponentially higher after a primary injury, highlighting the need for functional testing to determine injury recovery and return to play readiness to mitigate the high reinjury risk. 4 Functional testing comes in numerous forms. Lower-extremity functional testing has focused on agility

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Emily E. Kruithof, Spencer A. Thomas and Patricia Tripp

week 27, the patient began his gradual return to play during a typical in-season team practice. During practice 1 week later, the patient sustained a grade II strain of his left hamstring, delaying his return to play by 1 month. On returning to practice from the hamstring injury, the patient reported

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Bradley J. Conant, Nicole A. German and Shannon L. David

Select populations have seen positive results, including shorter return-to-play times, with conservative treatment approaches consisting of relative rest and various modalities for pain control followed by structured rehabilitation including range of motion and progressive upper-extremity strengthening

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Cindy N. Nguyen, Reuben N. Clements, Lucas A. Porter, Nicole E. Clements, Matthew D. Gray, Dustin J. Killian and Russell T. Baker

affordable, easy to use reaction time test that can be used in both concussion assessment and the return to play protocols. 14 , 16 , 17 It is a simple visuomotor reaction test in which subjects are asked to catch a falling apparatus as quickly as possible. The distance the apparatus falls is measured in

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

appearances could result in type I or type II error. The one player that was excluded because of insufficient postinjury plate appearances did return to play, however, the following season, he had less than 100 plate appearances, unrelated to his hamate fracture the season prior. One player returned to

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Christina Yannetsos, Mario C. Pacheco and Danny G. Thomas

are based on the 2009 Lystedt law originating in Washington state and including three mandates: (a) education for coaches, parents, and athletes; (b) removing an athlete from play when suspected of having a concussion; and (c) obtaining permission to return to play after injury. 12 Implementation of

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Patrick O. McKeon and Jennifer M. Medina McKeon

clinical practice is to make appropriate decisions regarding patient care, leading to improvement in patient outcomes. Patient-oriented outcomes include injury risk reduction, safe return to play, enhanced health-related quality-of-life, and the freedom to participate in meaningful life situations and

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Megan Elizabeth Evelyn Mormile, Jody L. Langdon and Tamerah Nicole Hunt

statement highlights pediatric and adolescent concussion as an injury that may require a longer recovery and return to play progression than that of adults. 11 With regards to injury management and return to play, the NATA position statement specifies the collaboration of athletic trainers, school

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Haley Bookbinder, Lindsay V. Slater, Austin Simpson, Jay Hertel and Joseph M. Hart

injuries occur early after returning to sport, with an increased incidence in the first 12 months after return to play. 5 This is concerning for athletes trying to return back to high-level activity in a safe manner as well as clinicians trying to determine when an athlete is safely ready to return