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Kellie C. Huxel Bliven and Kelsey J. Picha

, respectively, provide insight about compensatory strategies and specific recommendations for treatment approaches in patients. Murphy et al 10 detail a clinically-focused case report of a successful accelerated return-to-play protocol following Latarjet shoulder reconstruction. Furthermore, this issue

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Jennifer M. Medina McKeon and Patrick O. McKeon

analysis of outcomes that resulted in two different CATs (see Figure  1 ). Figure 1 —Side-by-side comparison of the McGinnis et al. 3 and Booth et al. 4 Critically Appraised Topics in this issue. VRT = vestibular rehabilitation therapy; RTP = return to play; NNTB = numbers needed to treat to benefit

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Gabrielle Stubblefield, Jeffrey Tilly and Kathy Liu

ligaments. 6 While ligaments may take months or longer to heal after an ankle sprain, athletes are often under pressure to return to play (RTP) before complete healing of the injury. Almost half of the reported lateral ankle sprains (LASs) in NCAA sports are considered no time lost (NTL) injuries. 7 These

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associated with a noninjured control group. a. True b. False 14. Isokinetic assessments should consider an angle-specific function strength ratio at the point of return to play. a. True b. False 15. As noted by Stubblefield et al., the true incidence of ankle sprains may be greater than reported in the

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Bart Roelands and Kevin De Pauw

the overtraining syndrome 2 ; or recovery strategies or manipulations designed to optimize recovery 3 or accelerate the return to play. One of the emerging topics in sport science is technology. For healthy athletes, newly developed state-of-the-art equipment or monitoring tools are technological

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

that these diagnostic values are considered part of an acceptable range and not an absolute threshold for diagnosis. 2 Following diagnosis, the administration of intravenous (IV) normal saline (0.9% NaCl) has been reported as the most commonly used treatment for fluid replacement. 5 The return-to-play

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Sonia DelBusso and Michael Matheny

Key Points ▸ Prompt imaging post injury is vital for accurate diagnosis and appropriate treatment. ▸ Surgical repair is often considered when conservative treatment fails to resolve symptoms. ▸ Rest and rehabilitation are essential in return to play after internal fixation. Navicular stress

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Landon Lempke, Abbis Jaffri and Nicholas Erdman

concussion) • C omparison: physical rest • O utcomes: symptom severity and duration, time to symptom resolution, and return to play Sources of Evidence Searched (Databases) • PubMed • CINAHL • Web of Science • Google Scholar Search Terms A comprehensive search term was created to capture all articles

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Hugh H.K. Fullagar, Robert McCunn and Andrew Murray

this time to the present day. These include injury prevention, 3 , 4 concussion, 5 return-to-play injury characteristics, 6 , 7 analysis of strength and conditioning, 8 – 11 overall health 12 and wellbeing, and, most recently, the objective quantification of training and games. 13 – 15 Despite the

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Dai Sugimoto, Benton E. Heyworth, Jeff J. Brodeur, Dennis E. Kramer, Mininder S. Kocher and Lyle J. Micheli

understanding of the risk for subsequent ACL injury, clinicians may apply an increasingly cautious approach to return-to-play decisions following ACLR. To facilitate these decisions, surgeons have traditionally assessed knee function via physical examination findings, such as knee swelling, range of motion