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Athlete voices in sports injury: The untapped resource

in Anatomy, Diagnose & Treat, Improve, Prevent, Sports psychology

Researchers obtain qualitative data through first-hand observation, interviews, questionnaires, and other non-numerical sources of information. Jason Tee explores how clinicians can utilize the qualitative data and the athlete’s voice to improve rehabilitation outcomes. Sports injury research is clinical, impartial, and objective. It reduces athlete injuries to numbers and figures, removing the stories of the athletes... MORE

Case report: Klay Thompson’s injury journey

in Acute injuries, Diagnose & Treat, Hip injuries, Knee injuries, Leg injuries, Musculoskeletal injuries, Prevent, Strength, Uncommon injuries

An injury will, directly and indirectly, affect the entire kinetic chain. Therefore, practitioners should develop holistic clinical assessment and rehabilitation plans. Cameron Gill reviews the complex interplay between the hamstring injury and ACL rupture risk to aid clinical judgment and decision making. Over his first eight seasons, NBA sharpshooter Klay Thompson never missed more than... MORE

Fantasy or fact: artificial surface injury risk

in Ankle and foot injuries, Diagnose & Treat, Improve, Knee injuries, Pre-hab and post-surgical rehab, Prevent

Artificial playing surfaces are contentious and remain a talking point in Sports and Exercise Medicine. Marianke van der Merwe uncovers the artificial surface injury risk and provides recommendations to mitigate the risk factors for athletes. Artificial turf was first introduced in the 1960s and has evolved significantly. There are three reasons for artificial turf. Firstly,... MORE

Cover me! Understanding dermatology in Sports and Exercise Medicine...

in Anatomy, Diagnose & Treat, Masterclass, Other, Overuse injuries, Prevent, Uncommon injuries

Dermatoses describe any skin defect or lesion on the skin, and clinicians categorize them according to etiology. Furthermore, clinicians may divide dermatoses into two groups, those caused by or those aggravated by sports. In part II, Nella Grilo discusses dermatoses aggravated by sports and identifies how they can directly or indirectly affect athletes’ health and... MORE

Brace yourself – neck strength in combat sport.

in Acute injuries, Anatomy, Diagnose & Treat, Improve, Neck and back injuries, Pre-hab and post-surgical rehab, Strength

Concussions are nothing new in the world of contact sports, and for those who participate in combat sports, this is no exception. Joe Cassaro explores the role neck strengthening may play in concussion prevention and return to sports rehabilitation. Epidemiology Nearly 1 in 100 Americans sustain a concussion each year, with an incidence rate of... MORE

Serving up spondyloarthritis: time for a clinical hawkeye

in Anatomy, Diagnose & Treat, Neck and back injuries, Overuse injuries

Spondyloarthritis is an uncommon collection of chronic inflammatory systemic disorders. Athletic populations may be at greater risk of misdiagnosis due to the physical demands of sport and the high prevalence of back pain during peak training or competition periods. Chris Mallac explores spondyloarthritis and provides a management outline for clinicians. Spondyloarthritis (SpA) is an uncommon... MORE

Transplant Athletes: using sport to regain health

in Anatomy, Diagnose & Treat, Improve, Pre-hab and post-surgical rehab

Organ transplantation provides individuals with a second chance at life. Sports offer physical and mental health benefits for these individuals. However, transplant athletes have unique biopsychosocial challenges when returning to physical activity. Carl Bescoby explores these challenges and discusses how sport could be a useful psychosocial tool to manage an illness, transition to normal life,... MORE

The eagle has landed: a soft landing prevents a...

in Ankle and foot injuries, Diagnose & Treat, Email Newsletters, Female Athletes, Hip injuries, Knee injuries, Leg injuries

Tennis – Australian Open – Women’s Doubles Final –  Czech Republic’s Barbora Krejcikova and Katerina Siniakova celebrate with the trophy after winning their final match against Kazakhstan’s Anna Danilina and Brazil’s Beatriz Haddad Maia REUTERS/Morgan Sette Paper Title: The relationship between Landing Error Scoring System performance and injury in female collegiate athletes Publication: International Journal... MORE

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