Tim Gabbett, Igor Sancho, Bart Dingenen, Richard W Willy
No abstract text is available yet for this article.
April 9, 2021: British Journal of Sports Medicine
Richard Weiler, Cheri Blauwet, David Clarke, Kristine Dalton, Wayne Derman, Kristina Fagher, Vincent Gouttebarge, James Kissick, Kenneth Lee, Jan Lexell, Peter Van de Vliet, Evert Verhagen, Nick Webborn, Osman Hassan Ahmed
Concussion is a frequent injury in many sports and is also common in para athletes. However, there is a paucity of concussion research related to para sport, and prior International Concussion in Sport (CIS) consensus papers have not substantively addressed this population. To remedy this and to improve concussion care provided to para athletes, the concussion in para sport (CIPS) multidisciplinary expert group was created. This group analysed and discussed in-depth para athlete-specific issues within the established key clinical domains of the current (2017) consensus statement on CIS...
April 9, 2021: British Journal of Sports Medicine
Adam M Mattiussi, Joseph W Shaw, Sean Williams, Phil Db Price, Derrick D Brown, Daniel D Cohen, Richard Clark, Shane Kelly, Greg Retter, Charles Pedlar, Jamie Tallent
OBJECTIVES: To describe the incidence rate, severity, burden and aetiology of medical attention and time-loss injuries across five consecutive seasons at a professional ballet company. METHODS: Medical attention injuries, time-loss injuries and dance exposure hours of 123 professional ballet dancers (women: n=66, age: 28.0±8.3 years; men: n=57, age: 27.9±8.5 years) were prospectively recorded between the 2015/2016 and 2019/2020 seasons. RESULTS: The incidence rate (per 1000 hours) of medical attention injury was 3...
April 9, 2021: British Journal of Sports Medicine
Jane S Thornton, Jon Patricios, Joanne Kemp, Lars Engebretsen, Jonathan Drezner
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April 1, 2021: British Journal of Sports Medicine
Dylan Morrissey, Matthew Cotchett, Ahmed Said J'Bari, Trevor Prior, Ian B Griffiths, Michael Skovdal Rathleff, Halime Gulle, Bill Vicenzino, Christian J Barton
OBJECTIVE: To develop a best practice guide for managing people with plantar heel pain (PHP). METHODS: Mixed-methods design including systematic review, expert interviews and patient survey. DATA SOURCES: Medline, Embase, CINAHL, SPORTDiscus, Cochrane Central Register of Controlled Trials, trial registries, reference lists and citation tracking. Semi-structured interviews with world experts and a patient survey. ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA: Randomised controlled trials (RCTs) evaluating any intervention for people with PHP in any language were included subject to strict quality criteria...
March 30, 2021: British Journal of Sports Medicine
Peter T Katzmarzyk, Christine Friedenreich, Eric J Shiroma, I-Min Lee
OBJECTIVES: Physical inactivity is a risk factor for premature mortality and several non-communicable diseases. The purpose of this study was to estimate the global burden associated with physical inactivity, and to examine differences by country income and region. METHODS: Population-level, prevalence-based population attributable risks (PAR) were calculated for 168 countries to estimate how much disease could be averted if physical inactivity were eliminated. We calculated PARs (percentage of cases attributable to inactivity) for all-cause mortality, cardiovascular disease mortality and non-communicable diseases including coronary heart disease, stroke, hypertension, type 2 diabetes, dementia, depression and cancers of the bladder, breast, colon, endometrium, oesophagus, stomach and kidney...
March 29, 2021: British Journal of Sports Medicine
Valentina Di Pietro, Patrick O'Halloran, Callum N Watson, Ghazala Begum, Animesh Acharjee, Kamal M Yakoub, Conor Bentley, David J Davies, Paolo Iliceto, Gabriella Candilera, David K Menon, Matthew J Cross, Keith A Stokes, Simon Pt Kemp, Antonio Belli
OBJECTIVE: To investigate the role of salivary small non-coding RNAs (sncRNAs) in the diagnosis of sport-related concussion. METHODS: Saliva was obtained from male professional players in the top two tiers of England's elite rugby union competition across two seasons (2017-2019). Samples were collected preseason from 1028 players, and during standardised head injury assessments (HIAs) at three time points (in-game, post-game, and 36-48 hours post-game) from 156 of these...
March 23, 2021: British Journal of Sports Medicine
Martin Schwellnus, Nicola Sewry, Carolette Snyders, Kelly Kaulback, Paola Silvia Wood, Ishen Seocharan, Wayne Derman, James H Hull, Maarit Valtonen, Esme Jordaan
BACKGROUND: There are no data relating symptoms of an acute respiratory illness (ARI) in general, and COVID-19 specifically, to return to play (RTP). OBJECTIVE: To determine if ARI symptoms are associated with more prolonged RTP, and if days to RTP and symptoms (number, type, duration and severity) differ in athletes with COVID-19 versus athletes with other ARI. DESIGN: Cross-sectional descriptive study. SETTING: Online survey...
March 22, 2021: British Journal of Sports Medicine
Jon Patricios, Joanne Kemp, Jane S Thornton, Jonathan Drezner
No abstract text is available yet for this article.
March 22, 2021: British Journal of Sports Medicine
Dustin Nabhan, David Taylor, Jonathan T Finnoff
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March 19, 2021: British Journal of Sports Medicine
Vincent Eggerding, Max Reijman, Duncan Edward Meuffels, Eline van Es, Ewoud van Arkel, Igor van den Brand, Joost van Linge, Jacco Zijl, Sita Ma Bierma-Zeinstra, Marc Koopmanschap
OBJECTIVES: To conduct a cost-utility analysis for two commonly used treatment strategies for patients after ACL rupture; early ACL reconstruction (index) versus rehabilitation plus an optional reconstruction in case of persistent instability (comparator). METHODS: Patients aged between 18 and 65 years of age with a recent ACL rupture (<2 months) were randomised between either an early ACL reconstruction (index) or a rehabilitation plus an optional reconstruction in case of persistent instability (comparator) after 3 months of rehabilitation...
March 18, 2021: British Journal of Sports Medicine
Jon Patricios, Nick Webborn
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March 18, 2021: British Journal of Sports Medicine
Daniel J McDonough, Xiwen Su, Zan Gao
OBJECTIVE: To analyse the comparative effectiveness of different health wearable-based physical activity (PA) promotion intervention strategies against each other and control for reducing body weight and body mass index (BMI) in individuals with overweight/obesity and chronic comorbidities. DESIGN: Systematic review and network meta-analysis (PROSPERO identifier: CRD42020158191). DATA SOURCES: We performed two independent searches from December 2019 to September 2020 in PubMed, MEDLINE, Scopus, Web of Science, Central Register of Controlled Trials, EMBASE and PsycINFO databases for articles published in English between 2007 and 2020...
March 17, 2021: British Journal of Sports Medicine
Julian Alcazar, David Navarrete-Villanueva, Asier Mañas, Alba Gómez-Cabello, Raquel Pedrero-Chamizo, Luis M Alegre, Gerardo Villa, Narcís Gusi, Marcela González-Gross, Jose Antonio Casajús, German Vicente-Rodriguez, Ignacio Ara
OBJECTIVES: To assess the influence of muscle power and adiposity on all-cause mortality risk and to evaluate the 'fat but powerful' (F+P) (or 'fat but fit') paradox in older adults. METHODS: A total of 2563 older adults (65‒91 years old) from the EXERNET multicentre study were included. Adiposity (body mass index (BMI), waist circumference, body fat percentage (BF%) and fat index), allometric and relative power (sit-to-stand muscle power test) and various covariates (age, sex, hypertension, smoking status and walking and sitting times per day) were registered at baseline...
March 16, 2021: British Journal of Sports Medicine
Carolyn A Emery, Christopher Napier
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March 15, 2021: British Journal of Sports Medicine
Joanne L Parsons, Stephanie E Coen, Sheree Bekker
BACKGROUND: The anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injury rate for girls/women has not changed in over 20 years, and they remain 3-6 times more likely to experience injury compared with boys/men. To date, ACL injury prevention and management has been approached from a sex-based biological point of view which has furthered our understanding of injury risk factors, mechanisms, and prevention and rehabilitation programmes. However, the traditional sex-based approach does not take into account the growing recognition of how sex and gender (a social construct) are 'entangled' and influence each other...
March 10, 2021: British Journal of Sports Medicine
Ernest Esteve, Marti Casals, Marc Saez, Michael Skovdal Rathleff, Mikkel Bek Clausen, Jordi Vicens-Bordas, Per Hölmich, Tania Pizzari, Kristian Thorborg
OBJECTIVE: We assessed past-season, pre-season and in-season risk factors to investigate their association with an in-season groin problem in male amateur football players. METHODS: Past-season groin-pain information and pre-season short-lever and long-lever adductor squeeze strength were obtained at baseline, together with anthropometrics (weight, lower limb lever length) and player age. In-season hip-related and groin-related sporting function was monitored every 4 weeks using the Sports and Recreation (Sport) subscale from the Hip And Groin Outcome Score questionnaire (HAGOS (Sport))...
March 10, 2021: British Journal of Sports Medicine
Argyro Kotsifaki, Rod Whiteley, Sam Van Rossom, Vasileios Korakakis, Roald Bahr, Vasileios Sideris, Philip Graham-Smith, Ilse Jonkers
BACKGROUND: We evaluated the lower limb status of athletes after anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction (ACLR) during the propulsion and landing phases of a single leg hop for distance (SLHD) task after they had been cleared to return to sport. We wanted to evaluate the biomechanical components of the involved (operated) and uninvolved legs of athletes with ACLR and compare these legs with those of uninjured athletes (controls). METHODS: We captured standard video-based three-dimensional motion and electromyography (EMG) in 26 athletes after ACLR and 23 healthy controls during SLHD and calculated lower limb and trunk kinematics...
March 9, 2021: British Journal of Sports Medicine
Ryan S Falck, Emmanuel Stamatakis, Teresa Liu-Ambrose
No abstract text is available yet for this article.
March 8, 2021: British Journal of Sports Medicine
Fiona Wilson, Jane S Thornton, Kellie Wilkie, Jan Hartvigsen, Anders Vinther, Kathryn E Ackerman, J P Caneiro, Larissa Trease, Frank Nugent, Conor Gissane, Sarah-Jane McDonnell, Alison McGregor, Craig Newlands, Clare L Ardern
PURPOSE: To synthesise evidence on low back pain (LBP) in adult rowers and to create a consensus statement to inform clinical practice. METHODS: There were four synthesis steps that informed the consensus statement. In step one, seven expert clinicians and researchers established the scope of the consensus statement and conducted a survey of experienced and expert clinicians to explore current practice. In step two, working groups examined current evidence relating to key scope questions and summarised key issues...
March 8, 2021: British Journal of Sports Medicine
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