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Kelley D. Henderson, Sarah A. Manspeaker and Zevon Stubblefield

-to-play progression should be individualized and include aquatic therapy early in the program. 8 , 9 Though reporting of ER has increased in the last 10 years, most of the cases have been among the military, 10 football, 5 and running populations. 11 While it is theorized that males may be at increased risk of

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Kristin D. Morgan

, this technique could prove beneficial to clinicians, who make return-to-sport decisions, as they could use it to evaluate an individual’s rehabilitation progression as a function of their location in the triangle. A limitation of this study is that between-limb dynamic stability was evaluated on 6

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Maria Angelika Peer and Nigel Gleeson

conditioning. Exercises comprised (i) timed dynamic balances on a wobble board (4 min) in which training overload from week 1 to week 3 was achieved by progression to sequenced, alternating unilateral balances, with reduced afferent feedback from the visual somatosensory pathway (blindfolding of eyes); (ii

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the tennis player’s first reported CK level taken at the emergency department? a. 96 IU/L b. 200 IU/L c. 277 IU/L d. 357 IU/L 11. There is not a single agreed upon protocol for return-to-activity progression following ER. a. True b. False 12. In this case, the return-to-activity protocol began after

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Sonia DelBusso and Michael Matheny

progression, or a recurrence of symptoms. 1 Research shows that activity limitations and/or weight-bearing casts often result in continued pain and prolonged activity limitations. 1 Because of the incidences of failed conservative treatment, surgical intervention is often offered in cases of displaced

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Metabolic Costs and Walking Symmetry Jeremy D. Smith * Philip E. Martin * 6 2013 29 3 317 328 10.1123/jab.29.3.317 The Effect of Foot Progression Angle on Knee Joint Compression Force During Walking Henrik Koblauch * Thomas Heilskov-Hansen * Tine Alkjær * Erik B. Simonsen * Marius Henriksen

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

• GameReady ® • Hivamat ® • Electrical Stimulation • NormaTec ® • BFR • Biodex • Antigravity treadmill 25–26 Return-to-sport progression • Dynamic warm-ups • Route running • Advanced change of direction and agility • Acceleration/braking • Ice • GameReady ® • Hivamat ® • NormaTec ® • BFR • Biodex 27 Return to

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Andrew Cox, Marcie B. Fyock-Martin and Joel R. Martin

their HRR. The non-training mask (NTM) group trained using the same protocol but without use of the ETM. Progression: The training mask was set at 227 meters for the entire duration of the intervention. Mode : Cycle ergometer Duration : 6 weeks Frequency : 2×/week for 30 min each session Intervention

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Progression Criteria Using GPS: A Preliminary Study Matt Greig * Hannah Emmerson * John McCreadie * 1 09 2019 28 7 729 734 10.1123/jsr.2018-0045 jsr.2018-0045 Differential Effect of Recurrent Concussions on Symptom Clusters in Sport Concussion Assessment Tool Jian Chen * Bruce Oddson * Heather C

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Jaimie A. Roper, Ryan T. Roemmich, Mark D. Tillman, Matthew J. Terza and Chris J. Hass

walking condition are not just related to the plane of progression (sagittal), but also related to the secondary plane (frontal). Our results cannot, however, aptly comment on the novelty and nature of the control and coordination required to produce the SBW pattern. Continuing efforts should therefore