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Lower hip ROM found in soccer players with previous hip, groin injuries

April 27, 2016

Read the Perspective from Shital N. Parikh, MD, FACS

Although results from a cross-sectional study of professional soccer players indicated decreased hip range of motion correlated with more hip- and groin-related symptoms and previous injuries, decreased motion did not significantly correlate with the presence of cam deformities.

Researchers examined 60 adult professional soccer players from two Dutch premier professional leagues with hip and groin symptoms. Investigators obtained player characteristics, hip range of motion (ROM) measurements, radiographs and questionnaires. The club medical staff had all players complete the Copenhagen Hip and Groin Outcome Score (HAGOS) questionnaire. Two physical therapists, who were blinded as to whether players had cam deformities, conducted either the bent knee fall out test or the rotational hip ROM test on the players.

In the Journals

Concussed athletes found likely to sustain lower extremity injuries after return to play

April 25, 2016
Athletes with concussions have a higher chance of sustaining acute lower extremity musculoskeletal injuries after return to play than athletes without concussions…

Review article provides orthopedic insight on minimalist running

April 22, 2016
Although advancements in running shoe technology during the last 40 years has not reduced injuries, a literature review published in the Journal of the American Academy
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Increased lateral tibial slope cited as risk factor for ACL injury in male collegiate football players

April 15, 2016
BOSTON — Male collegiate football players with a narrow lateral femoral condyle width and an increased medial and lateral tibial slope were predisposed to ACL…
CME Article

Diagnosis and Treatment of Sports-Related Traumatic Brain Injury

Psychiatric Annals, October 2012, Volume 42 Issue 10
CME Educational Objectives 1. Understand the history of traumatic brain injury in sport. 2. Learn proposed etiologic…
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Sports Medicine: December 2014

Keck School of Medicine of USC and Pediatric Annals

The past two decades have witnessed an amazing increase in the participation in competitive sports by children of all…
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VIDEO: Examining how American high school athletes view concussive injuries

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Study notes stable postoperative pain scores, indications for trochleoplasty

July 10, 2015
ORLANDO, Fla. — Results from a prospective study of patients who underwent a patella-stabilizing procedure that included trochleoplasty for the…

In the Journals

Decreases in meniscal thickness after partial meniscectomy demonstrate no additional adverse effects

July 8, 2015
Compared with conventional partial meniscectomy preserving whole meniscal thickness, no additional adverse effects were found with decreases in…

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BLOG: Time is right to make a major impact on the prevention of youth sports injuries

June 30, 2015
My first Healio.com/Orthopedics blog is to introduce and describe the STOP Sports Injuries program. Under the direction and leadership of the…

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VIDEO: Fu on the future of ACL surgery

June 22, 2015
LYON, France — At the International Society for Arthroscopy, Knee Surgery and Orthopaedic Sports Medicine Biennial Congress, Freddie H. Fu, MD

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Clinical and radiographic assessments improved with MPFL reconstruction

June 17, 2015
LYON, France — In patients with recurrent patellar dislocation, medial patellofemoral ligament reconstruction improved objective clinical and…

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Arthroscopic superior capsule reconstruction restores superior glenohumeral stability and function

June 17, 2015
LYON, France — Superior glenohumeral stability and function of the shoulder joint was restored with arthroscopic superior capsule…

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Neuroimaging often normal after sports concussions in children

June 17, 2015
Neuroimaging performed on patients who have suffered sports-related concussions were unlikely to yield abnormal test results, according to a recent…

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Delayed ACL reconstruction linked to negative impact on activities of daily living in young patients

June 15, 2015
LYON, France — In a retrospective cohort study of adolescent patients who underwent ACL reconstruction, findings linked surgical delay with…

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Further ACL injury more common in contralateral ACL after initial reconstruction

June 15, 2015
LYON, France — After ACL reconstruction, further ACL injury rates were high, and injury occurred more commonly in the contralateral ACL than…

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Splint-based treatment may yield high restoration rate for ACL

June 15, 2015
LYON, France — A splint-based conservative treatment yielded the same high rate of anatomical and functional restoration of the ACL as seen in…

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