Sports Medicine Research: In the Lab & In the Field: The Best of 2018 (Sports Med Res)


Friday, December 28, 2018

The Best of 2018

Here are the top 11 read summaries of 2018:
  1. Neuromuscular Training Programs Reduce the Risk of Injury in Youth AthletesPost by: Kyle Harris
  2. Neuromuscular Warm-up Reduces Risk for Knee Sprains in Elite Female Basketball Players. Post by: Amy Virostek
  3. Neuromuscular Preventative Training Protocol Decreases Female Adolescent Sport-Related Injury IncidencePost by: Alexandra DeJong
  4. Decreased Hip Strength in Individuals with Chronic Ankle Instability Unrelated to Landing StabilityPost by: Alexandra DeJong
  5. Plantar Fasciitis? PRP Benefits for the Long-Run. Post by: Danielle Torp
  6. FMS is Not a Crystal BallPost by: Kyle Harris
  7. Need a Boost? That Energy Drink May be More Harmful Than You RealizePost by: Kyle Harris
  8. Injuries = Time And Money Loss. Why Not Prevent Injuries with the 11+ Kids Program? Post by: Jane McDevitt
  9. Parents are Not Aware of Sport Volume Recommendations to Prevent Pediatric InjuriesPost by: Jane McDevitt
  10. Born to Run? OA Doesn’t Need to Stop YouPost by: Nicole Cattano
  11. The Best Defense is a Good Offense: Athletic Trainers’ Impact on Injury Rates in School-based SettingsPost by: Laura McDonald
Thanks to all of our great writers that contribute to the website and to all of our readers who contribute to discussions about these summaries on our website and social media. 


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