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Logan A. Lucas, Benjamin S. England, Travis W. Mason, Christopher R. Lanning, Taylor M. Miller, Alexander M. Morgan and Thomas Gus Almonroeder

exceeding a load that could result in injury. 19 , 20 The primary purpose of this study was to compare impact accelerations during unplanned versus preplanned lateral cutting. We hypothesized that impact accelerations would be higher and that there would be greater intertrial variability when individuals

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Timothy A. Hanke, Bruce Kay, Michael Turvey and David Tiberio

well as a commonly employed tactic for bodily protection when faced with real or perceived threats to balance ( Pai, Maki, Iqbal, McIlroy, & Perry, 2000 ; Pai, Rogers, Patton, Cain, & Hanke, 1998 ). Postural adjustments (PAs) associated with lateral weight transfer necessary to unload the stepping

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Jonathan S. Goodwin, Robert A. Creighton, Brian G. Pietrosimone, Jeffery T. Spang and J. Troy Blackburn

is limited. 1 , 3 – 5 Identifying mechanisms for protecting damaged or surgically repaired cartilage may reduce the risk of developing posttraumatic knee OA. Knee OA and traumatic cartilage injuries are more common in the medial knee compartment compared with the lateral compartment due to greater

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Noah X. Tocci, David R. Howell, Dai Sugimoto, Corey Dawkins, Amy Whited and Donald Bae

, the purpose of our study was to investigate the effect of pitch mechanics on peak elbow varus torque in healthy youth pitchers. We hypothesized that less lateral pelvic tilt and shorter stride lengths would increase peak elbow varus torque. Methods A total of 18 male pitchers participated in

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Ryan McCann, Kyle Kosik, Masafumi Terada and Phillip Gribble

Key Points • Patients with a lateral ankle sprain often sustain recurrent injuries after return to play. • Impairments and activity limitation persist beyond return to play from a lateral ankle sprain. • It remains unknown how these outcomes contribute to recurrent lateral ankle sprains. Athletic

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Blanca de la Cruz Torres

Lateral epicondylalgia (LE) refers to a painful condition at or around the lateral epicondyle of the humerus that is aggravated by extension and/or supination of the wrist against resistance. LE is one of the most common injuries of the elbow, 1 , 2 with considerable costs and impact on workers

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Gabrielle Stubblefield, Jeffrey Tilly and Kathy Liu

Key Points ▸ Changes in joint laxity across the six patients followed occurred throughout the acute and subacute stages after a no time lost (NTL) lateral ankle sprain when compared to a preinjury baseline assessment. ▸ Increased joint laxity was noted in all patients after NTL ankle sprains

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Guillaume Mornieux, Elmar Weltin, Monika Pauls, Franz Rott and Albert Gollhofer

Lateral movements with changes of direction are common in many team sports such as soccer or handball. During cutting maneuvers, the athlete performs a complex dynamic task by quickly changing their direction of movement while securing their balance. Knee joint control is an essential requirement

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Matt Hausmann, Jacob Ober and Adam S. Lepley

ankle sprains. However, very little evidence has been produced regarding the clinical effectiveness of deep oscillation therapy, limiting its application in therapeutic rehabilitation of acute lateral ankle sprains. Clinical Question Is deep oscillation therapy effective in reducing pain and swelling in

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Jeffrey D. Simpson, Ethan M. Stewart, Anastasia M. Mosby, David M. Macias, Harish Chander and Adam C. Knight

Lateral ankle sprains (LASs), which damage the lateral ankle ligaments, are a common orthopedic injury. 1 This injury results from excessive subtalar inversion or a combination of subtalar inversion, internal rotation, and talocrural plantar flexion about an externally rotated distal tibia during