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Showing PubMed Articles 1–25 of 267 from Physical therapy in sport : official journal of the Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Sports Medicine

Association between lower back pain and lower extremity pain among young volleyball players: A cross-sectional study.

Lower back pain (LBP), as well as lower extremity injuries, are major problems among young volleyball players. Nevertheless, only few studies have focused on the relationship between lower extremity injuries and LBP.

Self-reported jumpers' knee is common in elite basketball athletes - But is it all patellar tendinopathy?

To describe the prevalence and pain location of self-reported patellar tendinopathy and patellar tendon abnormality in a male elite basketball population.

Reliability and validity of eccentric strength measurement of the shoulder abductor muscles using a hand-held dynamometer.

To investigate the validity and intrarater and interrater reliability of eccentric strength testing of the shoulder abductors using a hand-held dynamometer (HHD) versus an isokinetic dynamometer.

Is markerless, smart phone recorded two-dimensional video a clinically useful measure of relevant lower limb kinematics in runners with patellofemoral pain? A validity and reliability study.

Investigate the validity and reliability of markerless, smart phone collected, two-dimensional (2D) video, analysed using the 'Hudl technique' application, compared to three-dimensional (3D) kinematics during running, in participants with patellofemoral pain (PFP).

Lower-limb motor-performance asymmetries in English community-level female field hockey players: Implications for knee and ankle injury prevention.

Side-to-side asymmetry of lower-limb motor-performance is associated with increased agility-sport noncontact injury-risk. Left leg preferential use (unilaterality) in hockey may influence lower-limb motor-performance asymmetry. Symmetry-analyses have not been reported for female hockey players. This study performed symmetry-analyses using the eyes-closed-balance test (ECB), anterior reach test (ART), triple-hop-for-distance (THD), and six-metre hop-for-time (6MHT).

Muscle recruitment during plyometric exercises in overhead athletes with and without shoulder pain.

To investigate if there is a difference in muscle activity patterns during high load plyometric shoulder exercises between overhead athletes with and without shoulder pain.

Eccentric, but not concentric blood flow restriction resistance training increases muscle strength in the untrained limb.

Little is known regarding the variables or mechanisms mediating cross-education as a result of resistance training. Therefore, the purpose of the present study was to examine the effects of low-load eccentric-only blood flow restriction (Ecc-BFR) and low-load concentric-only BFR (Con-BFR) on indices of cross-education.

Hip muscle strength asymmetries and their associations with hip morphology and symptoms are sex-specific in patients with femoroacetabular impingement syndrome.

To investigate sex-specific differences in hip muscle strength asymmetries, and associations between hip abductor and flexor strength asymmetries, hip morphology and symptoms in patients with femoroacetabular impingement syndrome (FAIS).

The effects of midfoot strike gait retraining on impact loading and joint stiffness.

To assess the biomechanical changes following a systematic gait retraining to modify footstrike patterns from rearfoot strike (RFS) to midfoot strike (MFS).

Effects of low-level laser therapy on hamstring strain injury rehabilitation: A randomized controlled trial.

To evaluate the effects of low-level laser therapy (LLLT) on functional rehabilitation following hamstring strain injury (HSI) in amateur athletes treated with an exercise-based rehabilitation program.

Injuries in adult amateur and/or masters rowers.

The "upper limb rotation test": Reliability and validity study of a new upper extremity physical performance test.

The primary purpose was to evaluate the reliability of the Upper Limb Rotation Test (ULRT). The secondary objective was to evaluate the relationship between the ULRT and two PPTs (SMBT and CKCUEST), trunk rotation range of motion (SRT) and shoulder rotational isometric strength.

Effects of a foot strengthening program on foot muscle morphology and running mechanics: A proof-of-concept, single-blind randomized controlled trial.

To investigate the effects of a foot training program on muscle morphology and strength as well as running biomechanics in healthy recreational runners.

Measurement properties of hip strength measured by handheld dynamometry: Reliability and validity across the range of motion.

Different angles and positions may influence the reliability and validity of hip strength dynamometry. This study examined the reliability and validity of hip strength measured with belt-stabilized handheld dynamometry (HHD) compared to isokinetic dynamometry (IKD) across multiple angles.

Cognitive-behavioral-based physical therapy to enhance return to sport after anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction: An open pilot study.

To describe feasibility, adherence, acceptability, and outcomes of a cognitive-behavioral-based physical therapy (CBPT-ACLR) intervention for improving postoperative recovery after anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction (ACLR).

Injury types and frequency in Spanish inline hockey players.

To describe injury types and frequencies in Spanish inline hockey players.

The evalaution of the foot core system in individuals with plantar heel pain.

To compare foot posture, plantar sensation, plantar fascia thickness, intrinsic foot muscle performance, and abductor hallucis morphology in individuals with and without plantar heel pain (PHP).

Female adolescents demonstrate greater oculomotor and vestibular dysfunction than male adolescents following concussion.

To examine differences between male and female adolescents on measures of balance, vestibular and oculomotor function within 3 weeks of concussion among a group of pediatric patients presenting to a sports medicine clinic.

Concurrent validity of two-dimensional video analysis of lower-extremity frontal plane of movement during multidirectional single-leg landing.

Establish the concurrent validity between 2D video analysis and 3D motion analysis of frontal plane lower limb movements during multidirectional landing tasks.

Comparison of shoulder range of motion, strength, and upper quarter dynamic balance between NCAA division I overhead athletes with and without a history of shoulder injury.

To determine differences in shoulder range of motion, strength, and upper quarter dynamic balance between collegiate overhead athletes with and without a history of a shoulder injury.

Four-year match injury surveillance in male Welsh professional Rugby Union teams.

To report match injury incidence, burden and mechanism over a four-year period in professional male Welsh Regional Rugby Union.

Seasonal variation in neuromuscular control in young male soccer players.

Determine how lower limb neuromuscular control changes over the course of a competitive soccer season.

Analysis of the presence and influence of Glenohumeral Internal Rotation Deficit on posterior stiffness and isometric shoulder rotators strength ratio in recreational and amateur handball players.

To determine whether recreational and amateur handball players exhibit Glenohumeral Internal Rotation Deficit (GIRD), and if it is accompanied by posterior stiffness and changes in shoulder rotators strength.

Running mechanics during 1600 meter track runs in young adults with and without chronic ankle instability.

To evaluate biomechanical measures in runners with and without chronic ankle instability (CAI) using wearable sensors during two 1600 m track runs at a slow- and fast-pace.

Clinicians perceptions of footwear when assessing and managing patients with running-related injuries.


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