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Emily Kroshus, Sara P.D. Chrisman, Jeffrey J. Milroy and Christine M. Baugh

immediately, or ever, report their symptoms to a coach, or medical professional (e.g., athletic trainers, medical providers or staff). Recent estimates suggest that between 30.5% and 78.3% of athletes continue to play while experiencing symptoms of a possible concussion (7–16) ( Baugh, Kroshus, Daneshvar

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Natalie Cook and Tamerah N. Hunt

Clinical Scenario Concussion has been deemed an epidemic by the Centers for Disease Control with potential costly medical care and long-term consequences. Due to potential risks associated with not reporting a concussion, legislation involving adolescents and concussion has been passed in all 50

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James Geiselman, Rachel Gillespie and Andrew Miller

rate of shoulder and elbow injuries at 21.59/10,000 AE, with the most common injuries being ulnar collateral ligament (UCL) tears, acromioclavicular (AC) sprains, and rotator cuff tears. Savoie and O’Brien 5 reported that valgus instability and injury to the UCL has become a common injury in the

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Nicole L. Hoffman, Hannes Devos and Julianne D. Schmidt

symptom checklists, paper-and-pencil neuropsychological assessment battery, and driving simulator. He did not report a history of any neurologic disorder or injury, did not use drugs or alcohol heavily, and was not taking any medications that caused drowsiness at the time. He had not been involved in any

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Alicia M. Kissinger-Knox, Nicole J. Norheim, Denise S. Vagt, Kevin P. Mulligan and Frank M. Webbe

Key Points ▸ Male athletes reported significantly more symptoms in a face-to-face interview using the SCAT3 items compared to the computerized self-report using the ImPACT symptom scale. ▸ Females reported more symptoms and a greater severity of symptoms than did males. ▸ Examiner sex did not

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Kami N. Thews, Zachary K. Winkelmann, Lindsey E. Eberman, Kirsten A. Potts and Kenneth E. Games

Key Points ▸ Firefighters experience many perceived barriers, both cultural and structural, when attempting to report mental or behavioral illness. ▸ The most challenging perceived barriers reported by firefighters included the fear of letting their fellow firefighters down and the inability to

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Nicole J. Chimera, Monica R. Lininger and Meghan Warren

Clinical Scenario There are an estimated 15 million adults participating in recreational activities annually in the United States. 1 Data from the National Health Statistics Report indicated that 8.6 million sports- and recreation-related injuries occurred over a 3-year period. 2 This suggests

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Jeffrey J. Milroy, Stephen Hebard, Emily Kroshus and David L. Wyrick

factors, including gender, sport, level of competition, as well as between-study differences in the definition used for under-reporting ( Baugh, Kroshus, Daneshvar, & Stern, 2014 ; Kerr et al., 2014 ; Kroshus, Daneshvar, Garnett, Nowinski, & Cantu, 2013 ; Llewellyn, Burdette, Joyner, & Buckley, 2014

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Laurel W. Sheffield and Lauren A. Stutts

the main emotional response participants reported post-injury and that negative cognitive appraisals (e.g., I’m going to get hurt again) were a precursor to reinjury anxiety ( Clement, Arvinen-Barrow, & Fetty, 2015 ). As with the physical effects of injury, the psychological effects can also be long

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Jin Hyuck Lee, Ji Soon Park and Woong Kyo Jeong

main causes. 2 , 3 Many previous studies reported abnormal scapular kinematics in patients with shoulder pain and different pathologies, 2 , 4 , 5 including rotator cuff disorders, glenohumeral instability, and acromioclavicular disorders. To our knowledge, there have been many cases of scapular