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Strength and Power Improvements in Athlete and Non-Athletes During Intensive Eating Disorder Treatment

Laura K. Fewell, Riley Nickols, Amanda Schlitzer Tierney, and Cheri A. Levinson

-Borgen, 1993 ) and disordered eating as high as 25.5% ( Greenleaf, Petrie, Carter, & Reel, 2009 ). However, treatment providers and programs may fail to tailor treatment approaches to meet the unique needs of athletes with EDs. For example, possessing a commitment to rigorous sport training is a core feature

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Eating Disorders in Sport: Comparing Eating Disorder Symptomatology in Athletes and Non-Athletes During Intensive Eating Disorder Treatment

Laura K. Fewell, Riley Nickols, Amanda Schlitzer Tierney, and Cheri A. Levinson

comparisons between athlete and non-athlete patients with EDs specifically ( Arthur-Cameselle, Sossin, & Quatromoni, 2017 ). An improved understanding of any differences in athlete and non-athlete patients with EDs is imperative for tailoring specialized treatment to the needs of each population and for

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The Effect of Elevation on Intramuscular Tissue Temperatures

Cordial M. Gillette and Mark A. Merrick

Ice (I), compression (C), and elevation (E), or ICE, and its many derivatives, including RICE, PRICE, RICES, ICES, and POLICE (R = rest, P = protection, S = stability, and OL = optimal loading), are widely used treatments for acute musculoskeletal injuries. 1 – 5 The component of ICE that has the

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Neck and Scapula-Focused Exercise Training on Patients With Nonspecific Neck Pain: A Randomized Controlled Trial

Taha Ibrahim Yildiz, Elif Turgut, and Irem Duzgun

being conducted for the treatment of NNP, little is known about the potential benefits of scapular stabilization exercise on neck pain. 19 Studies investigating the role of the scapula on neck pain mostly focus on the acute effects of active or passive scapular correction neck pain. 6 , 7 , 16 However

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Validation of the Intuitive Exercise Scale in Patients With Eating Disorders

Dana K. Voelker, Nick Galli, Maya Miyairi, Justine J. Reel, and Karley James

treatment has been associated with increased risk for relapse ( Carter et al., 2004 ). The complex role of exercise in the development and maintenance of eating disorders presents challenges to providing appropriate and comprehensive therapeutic interventions ( Mathisen et al., 2018 ). Some clinicians may

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Brachialis Strain in a Collegiate Wrestler: A Case Report

James Geiselman, Rachel Gillespie, and Andrew Miller

required since the clinical examination did not support the use of these diagnostic tools. Intervention Due to a college recess, the patient was prescribed an initial home treatment plan by a chiropractic physician and an AT consisting of 1 week of therapeutic exercises including range of motion (ROM) band

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Management of Patellar Tendinopathy Through Monitoring, Load Control, and Therapeutic Exercise: A Systematic Review

Pablo Núñez-Martínez and David Hernández-Guillen

the appearance of pain can affect motor patterns, motor control, and cognitive cortical levels. 19 This could create a vicious a circle of fear avoidance and thus change behavior and increase self-efficacy, being this the main goal of the patellar tendinopathy treatment. 20 , 21 For this purpose

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Knee Extensor Mechanism Strength and Its Relationship to Patellofemoral Kinematics in Individuals With Arthrofibrosis Within 6 Months After Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction

Ling Zhang, Shao-bai Wang, Shuai Fan, Jiling Ye, and Bin Cai

weakness or atrophy. 2 The current treatment is mainly to improve knee range of motion (ROM), and the literature mostly describes a relevant improvement in knee motion after various treatment interventions, whereas the findings of physical examination include persistent muscle weakness and abnormal

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Nonsurgical Treatment of Acetabular Labral Tears

Melissa Theige and Shannon David

Clinical Scenario Although there are multiple published studies regarding the surgical treatment of acetabular labral tears, little research has been conducted regarding nonsurgical methods. 1 – 5 Although the primary source of labral tears is believed to be bony femoroacetabular impingement, it

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Effectiveness of Mechanical Treatment for Plantar Fasciitis: A Systematic Review

Dorianne Schuitema, Christian Greve, Klaas Postema, Rienk Dekker, and Juha M. Hijmans

.” 6 Risk factors associated with plantar fasciitis are a high body mass index, 7 , 8 prolonged weight-bearing, and a limited ankle range of motion. 9 In 45% to 85% of the patients suffering from plantar fasciitis, calcaneal spur is also present. 10 Several nonsurgical treatment methods are