Sports Medicine Research: In the Lab & In the Field: Top Sports Medicine Research Posts of 2014 (Sports Med Res)
Friday, December 26, 2014

Top Sports Medicine Research Posts of 2014

Top Sports Medicine Research Posts of 2014

  1. Hip Strengthening Better than Quads for Patellofemoral Pain. Post by Nicole Cattano
  2. A Novel Rehabilitation Program To Improve Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome Outcomes. Post by Neal Glaviano
  3. PNF Stretching Increases Ankle Dorsiflexion Range of Motion and Decreases Tendon Stiffness Following a 6 Week Program. Post by Kyle Harris
  4. Fixed or Failed Cuff Repair: What Difference Does it Make? Post by Katie Reuther
  5. Hypertension among Collegiate Football Athletes – Too Much Pressure? Post by Kris Fayock
  6. Minor Scapular Asymmetries May be Normal. Post by Jason Brucker and Kris Fayock
  7. Cross-Education Strength and Activation After Eccentric Exercise. Post by Blake Crosby, Jennifer Payne, and Kimberly Pritchard
  8. Altered Lower Extremity Biomechanics Following an ACL Injury and Surgery May Increase the Risk of Reinjury. Post by Kyle Harris
  9. Time and Cost of Diagnosis for Symptomatic Femoroacetabular Impingement. Post by Meghan Miller
  10. Kinesiotaping with Exercise Versus Manual Therapy with Exercise in Patients with Subacromial Impingement Syndrome. Post by Kayla Green, Lauren Hankle, and Kimberly Pritchard


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