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Kristina Amrani, Andrew Gallucci and Marshall Magnusen

physical function outcomes, including restoration of full range of motion; increased strength, endurance, and power; and reacquired dynamic stabilization, neuromuscular control, and sport-specific skills. 2 , 4 An AT develops or facilitates a rehabilitation plan to achieve the intended outcomes while re

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Jeroen de Bruijn, Henk van der Worp, Mark Korte, Astrid de Vries, Rick Nijland and Michel Brink

strength and balance exercises under personal supervision of the physiotherapist. Moving forward through the process, rehabilitation tends to gradually get more specific and the clinical setting is often traded for a sport-specific setting. The emphasis during the last phase of rehabilitation is on

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Meghann Lloyd, Greg Reid and Marcel Bouffard

The research purpose was to examine the domain specific self-regulatory skills of boys with Developmental Coordination Disorder (DCD, n = 10) compared to peers without DCD (n = 10). A sport specific problem-solving task (hockey shot) and an educational problem-solving task (peg solitaire) were compared. Guided by Zimmerman’s (2000) social cognitive model of self-regulation, participants were taught to think aloud. Codes were developed under five categories: goals, knowledge, emotion, monitoring, and evaluation. The quantity of verbalization was similar in both groups but differences were found in verbalization quality. Results indicate that boys with DCD have emotional and planning differences on the hockey task, but only planning differences were evident on the peg solitaire task.

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Derek G. Shendell, Tracy A. Listwan, Lauren Gonzalez and Joseph Panchella

. During spring 2016, 22 concussions were reported. Corresponding values for 2016–2017 were 56 (3 and 53), 15, and 22, respectively. Tables  1 – 5 summarize season- and sport-specific data. Overall, most concussion reports were completed by certified athletic trainers with information submitted by school

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Jonathan Sinclair and Paul J. Taylor

Context: Prophylactic knee bracing is extensively utilized in athletic populations to reduce the high risk from knee injuries, but its role in the attenuation of anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) pathologies is not well understood. Objective: The aim of this investigation was to explore the effects of a prophylactic knee sleeve on ACL loading parameters linked to the etiology of injury in recreational athletes. Setting: Laboratory. Design: Repeated measures. Participants: Thirteen healthy male recreational athletes. Intervention: Participants performed run, cut, and single-leg hop movements under 2 conditions; prophylactic knee sleeve and no sleeve. Main Outcome Measures: Biomechanical data were captured using an 8-camera 3D motion capture system and a force platform. Peak ACL force, average ACL load rate, and instantaneous ACL load rate were quantified using a musculoskeletal modeling approach. Results: The results showed that both average and instantaneous ACL load rates were significantly reduced when wearing the knee sleeve in the hop (sleeve = 612.45/1286.39 N/kg/s and no sleeve = 743.91/1471.42 N/kg/s) and cut (sleeve = 222.55/1058.02 N/kg/s and no sleeve = 377.38/1183.01 N/kg/s) movements. Conclusions: Given the biomechanical association between ACL loading and the etiology of ACL injuries, it is proposed that athletes may be able to attenuate their risk from injury during cut and hop movements through utilization of a prophylactic knee sleeve.

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Paul A. Borsa, Scott M. Lephart and James J. Irrgang

We compared the outcome measures of three knee scoring systems currently used to measure disability in anterior cruciate ligament (ACL)–deficient athletes. Twenty-nine ACL-deficient athletes completed three scoring systems (the Lysholm Knee Scoring System, a modified version of the Cincinnati Knee Scoring System, and the Knee Outcome Survey). Results demonstrate statistically significant mean differences and linear relationships between the outcome measures for the three scoring systems. The Knee Outcome Survey appears to provide valid measures of disability and indicates that our subjects functioned well with activities of daily living but became symptomatic and functionally limited with sports. The outcome measures also indicate that the Lysholm system is more specific to activities of daily living, while the modified Cincinnati is more specific to sports. We recommend that standard scoring systems be developed to provide measures of functional disability in athletes who experience knee injuries.

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Christopher A. DiCesare, Adam W. Kiefer, Scott Bonnette and Gregory D. Myer

on a set of standard, noncontextual tasks, these assessments may not accurately represent movement patterns (and thereby, injury risk) exhibited during actual sport competition and may be limited in their generalizability to sport-specific performance. Therefore, it may be more effective to examine

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Erik A. Wikstrom, Cole Mueller and Mary Spencer Cain

authors (C.M. and E.A.W.) independently reviewed the included papers and extracted the relevant data when possible. Extracted data included the background/credentials of the authorship team; a definition of RTS; domains (eg, range of motion, balance, sport-specific movement, etc) that recommended to be

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Lana M. Pfaff and Michael E. Cinelli

than noncontact sport athletes while running ( Higuchi et al., 2011 ). However, there were no differences in shoulder rotations between the American football and rugby athletes. Both sports require athletes to run and fit between spaces, which suggest their sport-specific training has impacted their

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Dustin R. Grooms, Adam W. Kiefer, Michael A. Riley, Jonathan D. Ellis, Staci Thomas, Katie Kitchen, Christopher A. DiCesare, Scott Bonnette, Brooke Gadd, Kim D. Barber Foss, Weihong Yuan, Paula Silva, Ryan Galloway, Jed A. Diekfuss, James Leach, Kate Berz and Gregory D. Myer

injury prevention must target the cognitive, perceptual, and motor processes that synergize to allow athletes to respond to sport-specific demands with resilient, low injury risk movement strategies. 2 The inability to ensure motor pattern transfer from the prevention program to the athletic field is a