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Jeffrey R. Campbell, Irving S. Scher, David Carpenter, Bruce L. Jahnke and Randal P. Ching

boots when used in alpine ski bindings. Based on these results, we believe that ski-binding designs are sensitive to the several significant geometric and frictional differences between AT boots and alpine ski boots. Soles of alpine and AT boots are designed for conflicting purposes. AT boot soles are

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Micheal J. Luera, Brittany Dowling, Tyler W.D. Muddle and Nathaniel D.M. Jenkins

–Stillwater Institutional Review Board. One or more of the authors has declared the following potential conflict of interest or source of funding: B.D. is employed by Motus Global, which provides advanced biomechanical analyses for all levels of athlete as a paid service. N.D.M.J. is currently supported by grants from the

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Cornelius John, Andreas Stotz, Julian Gmachowski, Anna Lina Rahlf, Daniel Hamacher, Karsten Hollander and Astrid Zech

combined mechanism ankle support decreased postural sway and therefore improved static balance in patients with CAI. The conflicting results might be due to the use of different external supports or different tests. As there is little association between static and dynamic balance performance, 33 we

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Brett S. Pexa, Eric D. Ryan, Elizabeth E. Hibberd, Elizabeth Teel, Terri Jo Rucinski and Joseph B. Myers

joint capsule, anterior labrum, the biceps tendon, or other noncontractile soft tissue. Previous research regarding range of motion following game pitching demonstrates conflicting evidence. Freehill et al 10 indicated that ERROM and TROM significantly increase immediately post pitching. Reinold et

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Ty B. Palmer, Jose G. Pineda and Rachel M. Durham

(ie, isometric PF) regardless of the knee position used for testing. 2 , 3 , 11 , 12 , 15 However, for measurements of RFD, which represent explosive strength, previous reliability studies have reported conflicting results, with some research showing high test-retest reliability 14 and others

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Rumit S. Kakar, Hilary B. Greenberger and Patrick O. McKeon

taping (ST: nonstandardized technique/type of tape) report conflicting results. Several studies have found that placebo taping was as effective as therapeutic taping in reducing pain, 14 , 15 while other studies have demonstrated that therapeutic taping has a greater effect on both pain and function

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Nathan F. Johnson, Chloe Hutchinson, Kaitlyn Hargett, Kyle Kosik and Phillip Gribble

of flexibility training. Acknowledgments This study was supported by the National Institutes of Health CTSA UL1TR000117 , the University of Kentucky’s Sanders-Brown Center on Aging , and the University of Kentucky’s Clinical Services Core (CSC) . The received funding did not lead to any conflict

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Álvaro Cuñado-González, Aitor Martín-Pintado-Zugasti and Ángel L. Rodríguez-Fernández

sprains. 3 , 33 Eccentric strengthening, with good compliance, appeared to be successful in preventing hamstring injuries. 34 Exercise programs to improve core stability are thought to prevent injury rates; however, various studies have shown conflicting results. 35 Studies have also reported

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Natália Barros Beltrão, Camila Ximenes Santos, Valéria Mayaly Alves de Oliveira, André Luiz Torres Pirauá, David Behm, Ana Carolina Rodarti Pitangui and Rodrigo Cappato de Araújo

significantly affect changes in range of motion (ROM), 2 , 3 passive torque response, 3 and muscle architecture, 4 there are few studies investigating stretch intensity effects within a chronic flexibility training program. There is conflict regarding stretching intensity in the literature, with some acute

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Jacqueline Phillips, Kelly Cheever, Jamie McKeon and Ryan Tierney

mild traumatic brain injury patients. 2 , 7 , 8 More recently, it has also been reported to be receded in sport-related concussion patients. 3 , 9 – 11 Although an abnormally receded NPC measurement has been identified as a clinical sign of sport-related concussion, there have been conflicting