In Situ mechanical effects of a specific neurodynamic mobilization of the superficial fibular nerve: a cadaveric study
CONCLUSION: Ankle motions should be considered the most important during neurodynamic assessment of the SFN for distal entrapment. These results suggest that this technique produces sufficient strain in the SFN and could therefore be evaluated In Vivo for correlation with mechanosensitivity.PMID:35834709 | DOI:10.4085/1062-6050-0154.22 (Source: J Athl Train)
Source: J Athl Train - July 14, 2022 Category: Sports Medicine Authors: F élix-Antoine Lavoie Marc-Olivier St-Pierre Jean-Philippe Paquin Kerry K Gilbert Richard Ellis St éphane Sobczak Source Type: research

Work-Family Conflict and Family Role Performance Among Collegiate Athletic Trainers
CONCLUSIONS: Collegiate athletic trainers experience more WFC with marriage and having children. These findings indicate that time required to raise a family and build relationships may cause WFC due to time incongruencies. Athletic trainers want to engage in their family roles, when this is limited WFC increases.PMID:35834711 | DOI:10.4085/1062-6050-0227.22 (Source: J Athl Train)
Source: J Athl Train - July 14, 2022 Category: Sports Medicine Authors: Stephanie M Singe Melanie Rodriguez Alexandrya Cairns Christianne M Eason Kelsey Rynkiewicz Source Type: research

Single-leg triple hop propulsion strategies in females with and without a history of ACLR
CONCLUSIONS: Clinicians should caution against using a single-leg triple hop as a surrogate for restored lower extremity function in females post-ACLR. This recommendation is driven by the compelling findings that knee joint deficits persist in the reconstructed limb despite achieving ~96% LSI and that regardless of previous injury status, single-leg triple hop propulsion is predominantly driven by the ankle.PMID:35834713 | DOI:10.4085/1062-6050-0676.21 (Source: J Athl Train)
Source: J Athl Train - July 14, 2022 Category: Sports Medicine Authors: Colin Ms Mulligan Emma R Gibbs Yu-Lun Huang Lyndsay R Stutzenberger Samuel T Johnson Marc F Norcross Source Type: research

Kinetic and Kinematic Characteristics of Running During Regular Training Sessions for Collegiate Distance Runners Using Shoe Based Wearable Sensors
CONCLUSION: Running mechanics were not statistically different between training session type in collegiate distance runners when controlling for training session pace. The use of wearable technology provides a tool to provide necessary data during overland training to inform training and program design.PMID:35834715 | DOI:10.4085/1062-6050-0703.21 (Source: J Athl Train)
Source: J Athl Train - July 14, 2022 Category: Sports Medicine Authors: Tom Long Peri Pavicic Drue Stapleton Source Type: research

The Utility of Myotonometry in Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation and Human Performance Programming
J Athl Train. 2022 Jul 14. doi: 10.4085/1062-6050-0616.21. Online ahead of print.ABSTRACTMyotonometry is a relatively novel method used to quantify the biomechanical and viscoelastic properties (stiffness, compliance, tone, elasticity, creep, mechanical relaxation) of palpable musculotendinous structures with portable mechanical devices called myotonometers. Myotonometers obtain these measures by recording the magnitude of radial tissue deformation that occurs in response to the amount of force that is perpendicularly applied to the tissue through a device's probe. Myotonometric parameters such as stiffness and compliance ...
Source: J Athl Train - July 14, 2022 Category: Sports Medicine Authors: Jared M McGowen Carrie W Hoppes Jeff S Forsse Stephanie R Albin John Abt Shane L Koppenhaver Source Type: research

Current Clinical Concepts: Exercise and Load Management of Adductor Strains, Adductor Ruptures and Longstanding Adductor-related Groin Pain
J Athl Train. 2022 Jul 14. doi: 10.4085/1062-6050-0496.21. Online ahead of print.ABSTRACTAdductor-related groin pain is a common problem in sports. Evidence-based management of athletes with adductor strains, adductor ruptures, and longstanding adductor-related groin pain can be approached in a simple, yet effective and individualized manner. In most cases managing adductor-related pain in athletes should be based on specific exercises and loading strategies. This current clinical concepts article provides an overview of the different types of adductor injuries from acute to overuse including: their underlying pathology, f...
Source: J Athl Train - July 14, 2022 Category: Sports Medicine Authors: Kristian Thorborg M Sportsphysio Source Type: research

In Situ mechanical effects of a specific neurodynamic mobilization of the superficial fibular nerve: a cadaveric study
CONCLUSION: Ankle motions should be considered the most important during neurodynamic assessment of the SFN for distal entrapment. These results suggest that this technique produces sufficient strain in the SFN and could therefore be evaluated In Vivo for correlation with mechanosensitivity.PMID:35834709 | DOI:10.4085/1062-6050-0154.22 (Source: J Athl Train)
Source: J Athl Train - July 14, 2022 Category: Sports Medicine Authors: F élix-Antoine Lavoie Marc-Olivier St-Pierre Jean-Philippe Paquin Kerry K Gilbert Richard Ellis St éphane Sobczak Source Type: research

Work-Family Conflict and Family Role Performance Among Collegiate Athletic Trainers
CONCLUSIONS: Collegiate athletic trainers experience more WFC with marriage and having children. These findings indicate that time required to raise a family and build relationships may cause WFC due to time incongruencies. Athletic trainers want to engage in their family roles, when this is limited WFC increases.PMID:35834711 | DOI:10.4085/1062-6050-0227.22 (Source: J Athl Train)
Source: J Athl Train - July 14, 2022 Category: Sports Medicine Authors: Stephanie M Singe Melanie Rodriguez Alexandrya Cairns Christianne M Eason Kelsey Rynkiewicz Source Type: research

Single-leg triple hop propulsion strategies in females with and without a history of ACLR
CONCLUSIONS: Clinicians should caution against using a single-leg triple hop as a surrogate for restored lower extremity function in females post-ACLR. This recommendation is driven by the compelling findings that knee joint deficits persist in the reconstructed limb despite achieving ~96% LSI and that regardless of previous injury status, single-leg triple hop propulsion is predominantly driven by the ankle.PMID:35834713 | DOI:10.4085/1062-6050-0676.21 (Source: J Athl Train)
Source: J Athl Train - July 14, 2022 Category: Sports Medicine Authors: Colin Ms Mulligan Emma R Gibbs Yu-Lun Huang Lyndsay R Stutzenberger Samuel T Johnson Marc F Norcross Source Type: research

Kinetic and Kinematic Characteristics of Running During Regular Training Sessions for Collegiate Distance Runners Using Shoe Based Wearable Sensors
CONCLUSION: Running mechanics were not statistically different between training session type in collegiate distance runners when controlling for training session pace. The use of wearable technology provides a tool to provide necessary data during overland training to inform training and program design.PMID:35834715 | DOI:10.4085/1062-6050-0703.21 (Source: J Athl Train)
Source: J Athl Train - July 14, 2022 Category: Sports Medicine Authors: Tom Long Peri Pavicic Drue Stapleton Source Type: research

The Utility of Myotonometry in Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation and Human Performance Programming
J Athl Train. 2022 Jul 14. doi: 10.4085/1062-6050-0616.21. Online ahead of print.ABSTRACTMyotonometry is a relatively novel method used to quantify the biomechanical and viscoelastic properties (stiffness, compliance, tone, elasticity, creep, mechanical relaxation) of palpable musculotendinous structures with portable mechanical devices called myotonometers. Myotonometers obtain these measures by recording the magnitude of radial tissue deformation that occurs in response to the amount of force that is perpendicularly applied to the tissue through a device's probe. Myotonometric parameters such as stiffness and compliance ...
Source: J Athl Train - July 14, 2022 Category: Sports Medicine Authors: Jared M McGowen Carrie W Hoppes Jeff S Forsse Stephanie R Albin John Abt Shane L Koppenhaver Source Type: research

Current Clinical Concepts: Exercise and Load Management of Adductor Strains, Adductor Ruptures and Longstanding Adductor-related Groin Pain
J Athl Train. 2022 Jul 14. doi: 10.4085/1062-6050-0496.21. Online ahead of print.ABSTRACTAdductor-related groin pain is a common problem in sports. Evidence-based management of athletes with adductor strains, adductor ruptures, and longstanding adductor-related groin pain can be approached in a simple, yet effective and individualized manner. In most cases managing adductor-related pain in athletes should be based on specific exercises and loading strategies. This current clinical concepts article provides an overview of the different types of adductor injuries from acute to overuse including: their underlying pathology, f...
Source: J Athl Train - July 14, 2022 Category: Sports Medicine Authors: Kristian Thorborg M Sportsphysio Source Type: research

Improvement Trajectories in Patient Reported Outcomes Differ Between Males and Females Following Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction
CONCLUSION: Males appear to exhibit PROs improvement post-ACLR at increasing months post-ACLR, while females do not demonstrate the same magnitude of linear increase in KOOS QOL. Females may require extended intervention to improve clinical outcomes post-ACLR and address a plateau in QOL.PMID:35788341 | DOI:10.4085/1062-6050-0093.22 (Source: J Athl Train)
Source: J Athl Train - July 5, 2022 Category: Sports Medicine Authors: Elizabeth Bjornsen Caroline Lisee Todd A Schwartz Robert Creighton Ganesh Kamath Jeffrey Spang Troy Blackburn Brian Pietrosimone Source Type: research

Clinical Mental Health Measures Do Not Predict Post-Concussion Musculoskeletal Injury
CONCLUSIONS: There was limited associations for post-concussion LE MSK from commonly used measures of anxiety, depression, and satisfaction with life. Reported increased satisfaction with life was associated with decreased injury risk which warrants further attention. The results of this study suggest that these measures of anxiety, depression, and satisfaction with life have limited value for assisting sports medicine clinicians in determining which student-athletes are at elevated risk of post-concussion LE MSK.PMID:35788664 | DOI:10.4085/1062-6050-0595.21 (Source: J Athl Train)
Source: J Athl Train - July 5, 2022 Category: Sports Medicine Authors: Thomas A Buckley Kelsey N Bryk Alexander L Enrique Thomas W Kaminski Katherine J Hunzinger Jessie R Oldham Source Type: research

Experiences of Current NCAA Division 1 Collegiate Student-Athletes with Mental Health Resources
CONCLUSION: Collegiate SAs expressed mental health concerns due to stress and demands of sports participation. Self-regulated coping strategies and support networks continue to be powerful and helpful resources to one's mental health with or without a diagnosed condition. Barriers to mental health service utilization was it not being sport-specific or accessible. Institutions need to focus on creating athlete-centered mental health resources with annual advertisements to increase utilization.PMID:35788678 | DOI:10.4085/1062-6050-0180.22 (Source: J Athl Train)
Source: J Athl Train - July 5, 2022 Category: Sports Medicine Authors: Reann D Young Elizabeth R Neil Lindsey E Eberman Tara A Armstrong Zachary K Winkelmann Source Type: research