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  • March 29, 2017
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Possible Keys For Running Away From Injury

by Nicole Cattano in Sports Medicine Research (SMR): In the Lab & In the Field

Cross country runners who developed a running-related injury during a season had greater knee valgus and ankle eversion velocity before the season started compared with runners who remained injury free. ... Read more »

  • March 15, 2017
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Balance Assessments Unable to Predict ACL Injury in Elite Female Athletes

by Nicole Cattano in Sports Medicine Research (SMR): In the Lab & In the Field

Balance assessments were not associated with anterior cruciate ligament injury risk among elite female handball and soccer athletes.
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  • March 8, 2017
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Cartilage Degradation After ACL Altered by Early Injection

by Nicole Cattano in Sports Medicine Research (SMR): In the Lab & In the Field

A corticosteroid injection performed within the first 5 weeks after anterior cruciate ligament injury resulted in significantly less of an increase in cartilage degradation markers in comparison to placebo injections.... Read more »

Lattermann, C., Jacobs, C., Proffitt Bunnell, M., Huston, L., Gammon, L., Johnson, D., Reinke, E., Huebner, J., Kraus, V., & Spindler, K. (2017) A Multicenter Study of Early Anti-inflammatory Treatment in Patients With Acute Anterior Cruciate Ligament Tear. The American Journal of Sports Medicine, 45(2), 325-333. DOI: 10.1177/0363546516666818  

  • March 1, 2017
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Timing is Everything & Fatigue is Inevitable

by Jane McDevitt in Sports Medicine Research (SMR): In the Lab & In the Field

Athletes suffered more lower extremity injuries towards the middle to end of the competition and practices, which suggest that fatigue may play a role in lower extremity injury risk.... Read more »

  • February 15, 2017
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Electrical Stim Treatments Improve Patients with Low Back Pain

by Nicole Cattano in Sports Medicine Research (SMR): In the Lab & In the Field

Various electrical stimulation treatments over the course of 3 weeks resulted in improved low back pain. Interferential stimulation seemed to have the best outcomes in patients with low back disc degeneration. ... Read more »

Rajfur, J., Pasternok, M., Rajfur, K., Walewicz, K., Fras, B., Bolach, B., Dymarek, R., Rosinczuk, J., Halski, T., & Taradaj, J. (2017) Efficacy of Selected Electrical Therapies on Chronic Low Back Pain: A Comparative Clinical Pilot Study. Medical Science Monitor, 85-100. DOI: 10.12659/MSM.899461  

  • February 13, 2017
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Blood Test Could Help Provide Information on Prolonged Concussion Recovery

by Jane McDevitt in Sports Medicine Research (SMR): In the Lab & In the Field

Elevated plasma tau concentrations within 6 hours of sport-related concussion was associated with prolonged return to play.... Read more »

Gill, J., Merchant-Borna, K., Jeromin, A., Livingston, W., & Bazarian, J. (2017) Acute plasma tau relates to prolonged return to play after concussion. Neurology, 88(6), 595-602. DOI: 10.1212/WNL.0000000000003587  

  • February 8, 2017
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Physical Activity Within 7 Days May Lead to Better Long-Term Outcomes After a Concussion

by Jane McDevitt in Sports Medicine Research (SMR): In the Lab & In the Field

Among children and adolescents with acute concussion, participation in physical activity within 7 days of acute injury compared with no physical activity was associated with lower risk of persistent postconcussion symptoms at 28 days post injury.... Read more »

  • February 1, 2017
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Overtrained Athletes Have Abnormal Biochemical Response to Exercise

by Nicole Cattano in Sports Medicine Research (SMR): In the Lab & In the Field

Overtrained athletes have abnormal inflammatory and anabolic responses to exercise, indicating that their body is not responding to exercise the way that it should.... Read more »

  • January 25, 2017
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Degenerative Changes in the Knee Joint Are Present in Elite American Football Players

by Kyle Harris in Sports Medicine Research (SMR): In the Lab & In the Field

One in 4 American Football players at the NFL Combine with a history of knee surgery have knee osteoarthritis despite being only 20 to 26 years of age.... Read more »

  • January 18, 2017
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Alterations in Leg Stiffness Following A Concussion May Lead to Changes in Return-to-Play Protocol

by Jane McDevitt in Sports Medicine Research (SMR): In the Lab & In the Field

An athlete with a recent concussion has altered lower extremity stiffness at the leg, hip, and knee, which could increase their risk for musculoskeletal injury.... Read more »

Dubose DF, Herman DC, Jones DL, Tillman SM, Clugston JR, Pass A, Hernandez JA, Vasilopoulos T, Horodyski M, & Chmielewski TL. (2017) Lower Extremity Stiffness Changes after Concussion in Collegiate Football Players. Medicine and science in sports and exercise, 49(1), 167-172. PMID: 27501359  

  • January 11, 2017
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A Call for High Quality Evidence Linking Movement Screenings to Injury Risk

by Laura McDonald in Sports Medicine Research (SMR): In the Lab & In the Field

There is limited evidence that poor movement quality is associated with a greater risk of lower extremity injury in athletic and military/first-responder populations.... Read more »

Whittaker JL, Booysen N, de la Motte S, Dennett L, Lewis CL, Wilson D, McKay C, Warner M, Padua D, Emery CA.... (2016) Predicting sport and occupational lower extremity injury risk through movement quality screening: a systematic review. British journal of sports medicine. PMID: 27935483  

  • January 4, 2017
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Debating Early Viscosupplementation

by Nicole Cattano in Sports Medicine Research (SMR): In the Lab & In the Field

Viscosupplementation at the time of partial meniscectomy failed to provide better outcomes than surgery alone. ... Read more »

Filardo, G., Di Matteo, B., Tentoni, F., Cavicchioli, A., Di Martino, A., Lo Presti, M., Iacono, F., Kon, E., & Marcacci, M. (2016) No Effects of Early Viscosupplementation After Arthroscopic Partial Meniscectomy: A Randomized Controlled Trial. The American Journal of Sports Medicine, 44(12), 3119-3125. DOI: 10.1177/0363546516660070  

  • January 2, 2017
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How Much Do You Know About How Sunscreen Affects Thermoregulation?

by Jane McDevitt in Sports Medicine Research (SMR): In the Lab & In the Field

Athletes need to use sunscreen when exercising outdoors; however, they need to be selective and ensure the sunscreen is not impeding effective sweating.... Read more »

Aburto-Corona, J., & Arag√≥n-Vargas, L. (2016) Sunscreen Use and Sweat Production in Men and Women. Journal of Athletic Training, 51(9), 696-700. DOI: 10.4085/1062-6050-51.11.01  

  • December 28, 2016
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Ocular Injuries May Not Be the Most Common, But Are They Easily Preventable?

by Kyle Harris in Sports Medicine Research (SMR): In the Lab & In the Field

Sport-related ocular injuries are most commonly open wounds to the eye or surrounding visual structures. Advocating for, or implementing rule changes to require protective eyewear could greatly mitigate this risk.... Read more »

Haring RS, Sheffield ID, Canner JK, & Schneider EB. (2016) Epidemiology of Sports-Related Eye Injuries in the United States. JAMA ophthalmology, 134(12), 1382-1390. PMID: 27812702  

  • December 23, 2016
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Do Low Neurocognitive Scores Increase the Risk of Injury?

by Stephan Bodkin in Sports Medicine Research (SMR): In the Lab & In the Field

An athlete with low baseline neurocognitive scores is likely to produce knee movement patterns that are associated to anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injury.... Read more »

  • December 22, 2016
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More Is Better: Exercise Therapy for the Ankle

by Kyle Kosik in Sports Medicine Research (SMR): In the Lab & In the Field

Exercise therapy and external supports reduce the chance of an ankle sprain; increasing the volume of exercise further reduces the odds.... Read more »

  • December 21, 2016
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Colder May Not Be Cool for Recovery

by Nicole Cattano in Sports Medicine Research (SMR): In the Lab & In the Field

After exercise, cold water immersion at 15°C may offer some improvements in recovery based on performance of a jump task and possibly markers of muscle damage. A colder temperature may not be as effective as cool water, so controlling the treatment parameters based on evidence is important.... Read more »

Vieira, A., Siqueira, A., Ferreira-Junior, J., do Carmo, J., Durigan, J., Blazevich, A., & Bottaro, M. (2016) The Effect of Water Temperature during Cold-Water Immersion on Recovery from Exercise-Induced Muscle Damage. International Journal of Sports Medicine, 37(12), 937-943. DOI: 10.1055/s-0042-111438  

  • December 20, 2016
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Is High School Specialization Needed to Participate at the Division I Level?

by Adam Lake in Sports Medicine Research (SMR): In the Lab & In the Field

The majority of athletes participating in NCAA Division I sports reported that they were not highly specialized in that sport during high school.... Read more »

Post, E., Thein-Nissenbaum, J., Stiffler, M., Brooks, M., Bell, D., Sanfilippo, J., Trigsted, S., Heiderscheit, B., & McGuine, T. (2016) High School Sport Specialization Patterns of Current Division I Athletes. Sports Health: A Multidisciplinary Approach. DOI: 10.1177/1941738116675455  

  • December 16, 2016
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Frequency and Location of Head Impacts in Division 1 Men’s Lacrosse Players

by Patricia Kelshaw, MS, LAT, ATC in Sports Medicine Research (SMR): In the Lab & In the Field

Player position and session type such as practice or game are the main factors that influence head impact frequencies and magnitudes for lacrosse athletes.... Read more »

  • December 15, 2016
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Cortisol and Testosterone Levels Following Exhaustive Endurance Exercise: How Much Recovery Do Athletes Really Need?

by Jennifer Fields in Sports Medicine Research (SMR): In the Lab & In the Field

Following high-intensity endurance exercise, recovery may require 48-72 hours for cortisol and testosterone to return back to resting levels. ... Read more »

Anderson, T., Lane, A., & Hackney, A. (2016) Cortisol and testosterone dynamics following exhaustive endurance exercise. European Journal of Applied Physiology, 116(8), 1503-1509. DOI: 10.1007/s00421-016-3406-y  

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