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Boyd, Else - - 2010
Nuku, Kerri - - 2010
Coervers, Mary-Ann - - 2010
Thompson, Julie - - 2010
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Anstey, Sue - - 2010
Stabb, Brian - - 2010
Yates, Elliot - - 2010
Asher, Joy - - 2010
Costello, Joseph - - 2010
Objective: To (1) search the English-language literature for original research addressing the effect of cryotherapy on joint position sense (JPS) and (2) make recommendations regarding how soon healthy athletes can safely return to participation after cryotherapy.
Kahanov, Leamor - - 2010
Context: To both ensure athletes' safety and avoid legal penalties, athletic trainers' (ATs') handling of medications in the athletic training room should conform with federal and state statutes.
Goodman, Ashley - - 2010
Context: Organizational effectiveness and the continuity of patient care can be affected by certain levels of attrition. However, little is known about the retention and attrition of female certified athletic trainers (ATs) in certain settings.
Armstrong, Kirk - - 2010
Context: Continuing education (CE) is intended to promote professional growth and, ultimately, to enhance professional practice.
Piland, Scott - - 2010
Context: Self-reported symptoms (SRS) scales comprise one aspect of a multifaceted assessment of sport-related concussion. Obtaining SRS assessments before a concussion occurs assists in determining when the injury is resolved. However, athletes may present with concussion-related symptoms at baseline. Thus, it is important to evaluate such reports to determine if ...
O'Connor, Daniel - - 2010
Context: Sudden cardiac death (SCD) is a relatively rare yet unfortunate risk of athletic participation. To reduce the incidence of SCD, electrocardiogram (ECG) use during athletic preparticipation examinations (PPEs) has been proposed to detect underlying cardiac abnormalities.
Mercer, John - - 2010
Context: A growing number of children are participating in organized sport activities, resulting in a concomitant increase in lower extremity injuries. Little is known about the impact generated when children are running or how this impact is attenuated in child runners.
Cameron, Kenneth - - 2010
Context: Little is known about the relationship among sex, generalized joint hypermobility, and glenohumeral joint instability.
Rauh, Mitchell - - 2010
Context: Prior authors have reported associations among increased risk of injury and factors of the female athlete triad, as defined before the 2007 American College of Sports Medicine position stand, in collegiate and adult club sport populations. Little is known about this relationship in an adolescent competitive sports population.
Schiff, Melissa - - 2010
Context: Few authors have evaluated sports injury-surveillance systems that use parental, Internet-based surveys for data collection.
Tomchuk, David - - 2010
Context: Certified athletic trainers can choose different types of external compression (none, Flex-i-Wrap, and elastic wrap) when applying an ice bag to the body. However, which type facilitates the greatest magnitude of tissue cooling is unclear.
Oller, R. - - 2010
Context: Staphylococcus aureus is spread via direct contact with persons and indirect contact via environmental surfaces such as weight benches. Athletes participating in direct-contact sports have an increased risk of acquiring S aureus infections.
Petschauer, Meredith - - 2010
Context: Proper management of cervical spine injuries in men's lacrosse players depends in part upon the ability of the helmet to immobilize the head.
Tickle, Ellen - - 2010
This opinion piece aims to clarify the concepts of the theory-practice and practice-theory gaps, and to begin to explore the impact of these gaps on efficacious occupational therapy practice. Any perceived gaps between theoretical knowledge and practice skills may have a detrimental effect on the student experience and, ultimately, upon ...
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