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

in Anatomy, Masterclass, Uncommon injuries

Athletes may be more prone to infectious illnesses, particularly skin infections, during strenuous training or competition. Nella Grilo uncovers skin infections in athletic populations and helps clinicians recognize signs and symptoms early to improve management. Sports physicians and coaches agree that athletes may be more prone to infectious illnesses, particularly skin infections, during strenuous training... 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

Masterclass ankle instability Part III: post-op rehabilitation

in Agility, Ankle and foot injuries, Masterclass, Pre-hab and post-surgical rehab

In the third and final installment on the topic of chronic ankle instability, Chris Mallac discusses the post-operative rehabilitation involved in bringing an athlete back to full competition. Ankle sprains in athletes account for a large amount of time away from competition(1,2). Its prevalence as a joint injury may be as high as 20% of all joint injuries... MORE

Masterclass on Ankle injury: Part I – when instability...

in Ankle and foot injuries, Joint injuries, Masterclass, Overuse injuries

In the first of this three-part masterclass article, Chris Mallac discusses the progression from acute ankle sprain to chronic and recurrent instability, the relevant anatomy and biomechanics, and how chronic instability can be identified in the athlete. Ankle sprains are one of the most common injuries experienced by athletes, and account for a large percentage of... MORE

Masterclass: Infraspinatus form and function

in Joint injuries, Masterclass, Overuse injuries, Shoulder injuries

Chris Mallac describes the anatomy and biomechanics of the infraspinatus, outlines some common injury mechanisms, and provides rehab ideas to improve strength and range of motion in this muscle. The infraspinatus (IS), a muscle of the glenohumeral joint, has multiple functions. These include shoulder external rotation, abduction, and stabilization. It works in conjunction with the... MORE

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