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Residual Impairments and Activity Limitations at Return to Play from a Lateral Ankle Sprain

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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Return to Play for Exertional Rhabdomyolysis in Korea National Rugby Player

Jaehong Kim, Jeung Yeol Jeong, and Daeho Kim,

excessive, prolonged, eccentric exercise, and repetitive training with insufficient recovery time between exercise sessions. 5 Until this study, no Korean national rugby player had returned to play after being diagnosed with ER due to overexertion. Systematic response and management of the condition are

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Return to Play Following COVID-19 Infection—A Systematic Review of Current Evidence

Martin S. Davey, Matthew G. Davey, Robert Hurley, Eoghan T. Hurley, and Leo Pauzenberger

commendably to the global pandemic, there have been discrepancies in athlete ability, as well as safety requirements, in relation to return to play (RTP) post COVID-19 infection. 8 However, a paucity of standardized guidelines exists in guiding safe RTP for athletes following contraction of the SARS-CoV-2

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Current Attitudes and Beliefs in Interdisciplinary Return to Play Management for Pediatric Concussion: A Survey

Devashish Tiwari, Erica Kosienski, Chandra Kumar, Rachel Schechter, Caitlin Sheridan, and Lynette Winshman

school athlete is almost double that of college athletes, making them more at risk for premature return to play (RTP) and subsequent second impact syndrome. 6 – 8 Underreporting of symptoms, premature RTP, and prolonged healing in this population contribute to the overall disease burden from concussion

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Eight-Week Return to Play Following Latarjet Shoulder Reconstruction in an Australian Football Player: A Case Report

Myles Murphy, Marshall Stockden, Ken Withers, William Breidahl, and Jonathon Charlesworth

full recovery of rotator cuff strength does not occur for approximately 6 months postoperatively and suggested that return to play after 6 months may be a better option. However, it has yet to be demonstrated whether postoperative weakness is a direct result of the surgical intervention or due to

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Prediction of Recurrent Injury in the Same Competitive Sport Season Following Return-to-Play From an Ankle Sprain

Ryan S. McCann, Kyle B. Kosik, Masafumi Terada, and Phillip A. Gribble

- and patient-oriented outcomes collected in high school and collegiate athletes. Additionally, the current body of work has not considered the predictive value of these variables relative to return to play (RTP). Some of these outcomes have previously demonstrated limited predictive value for chronic

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The Dynamic Exertion Test for Sport-Related Concussion: A Comparison of Athletes at Return-to-Play and Healthy Controls

Victoria Kochick, Aaron M. Sinnott, Shawn R. Eagle, Indira R. Bricker, Michael W. Collins, Anne Mucha, Christopher Connaboy, and Anthony P. Kontos

The determination of an athletes’ readiness to return to play (RTP) after sport-related concussion (SRC) remains a significant health concern for scientific and medical communities. 1 , 2 Medical clearance to RTP should constitute a multifaceted clinical assessment of neurocognitive, vestibular

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Return to Play Following Nonoperative Treatment of Partial Ulnar Collateral Ligament Injuries in Professional Baseball Players: A Critically Appraised Topic

Nicole Cascia, Tim L. Uhl, and Carolyn M. Hettrich

Clinical Scenario Numerous studies have reported on postoperative return to play (RTP) rates, between 66% and 98%, in professional baseball players after ulnar collateral ligament (UCL) reconstruction. 1 – 5 Currently, there is limited evidence following nonoperative management. There has been an

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The Injury Rate in NBA Players Did Not Increase Following Return to Play After the COVID-19 Stay-at-Home Order

Michael Cahill, Hayden P. Baker, Cody Lee, Manoj Reddy, Daniel Portney, and Aravind Athiviraham

purpose of this study was to investigate the injury rate per athletic exposure in NBA athletes following return to play during the post-COVID-19 shutdown 2019–2020 NBA season. Given the elevated risk of injury secondary to deconditioning that has been previously described in NBA players, compounded by the

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Acute Testicular Fracture in a National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division I Baseball Catcher: A Case Study

Brandon C. Platt, Sue Falsone, and Kenneth C. Lam,

Key Points ▸ Testicular injury is extremely rare in athletic competition, particularly among baseball players. ▸ Early diagnosis and treatment is essential to decrease the risk of long-term damage. ▸ An evidence-based return-to-play protocol can improve the chances for safe return to play. The