Recommendations for Participation in Competitive Sport in Adolescent and Adult Athletes with Congenital Heart Disease (CHD)
Recommendations for participation in competitive sport in adolescent and adult athletes with Congenital Heart Disease (CHD)
Despite clinical practice guidelines for treating ankle sprains, physicians are providing pain medications more frequently than referring patients to physical therapy during office-based visits.
Athletic trainers in the collegiate and secondary school setting often report time-based work-family conflicts (e.g., missing family events for work). Athletic trainers who reported better social support perceived less work-family conflict.
More than 1 in 5 private high school students may not be disclosing concussions, often because they want to continue to play or believe it is not a serious enough injury.
Select Issues in Pain Management for the Youth and Adolescent Athlete
Collegiate student-athletes who experience a concussion report less fear of return to play and reinjury than those who have an orthopedic injury.
Thank You, Football! Children’s ED Visits for Traumatic Brain Injuries have Been Decreasing Since 2013
Child emergency room visits due to contact sports-related traumatic brain injuries doubled from 2001 to 2012. They then decreased by 32% from 2012 to 2018, primarily due to a decrease in football-related TBIs during this period.
Someone with a history of concussion had a greater risk of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, mood and anxiety disorders, dementia, or Parkinson’s disease than someone without a concussion
Combining compression of myofascial trigger points and static stretching may be more beneficial at combating anterior knee pain than stretching or compression alone.