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https://read.qxmd.com/read/38530653/national-athletic-trainers-association-bridge-statement-management-of-sport-related-concussion
#41
JOURNAL ARTICLE
Steven P Broglio, Johna K Register-Mihalik, Kevin M Guskiewicz, John J Leddy, Alejandra Merriman, Tamara C Valovich McLeod
OBJECTIVE: To provide athletic trainers and team physicians with updated recommendations to the 2014 National Athletic Trainers' Association (NATA) concussion position statement regarding concussion management, specifically in the areas of education, assessment, prognostic factors, mental health, return to academics, physical activity, rest, treatment, and return to sport. BACKGROUND: Athletic trainers have benefited from the 2 previous NATA position statements on concussion management, and although the most recent NATA position statement is a decade old, knowledge gains in the medical literature warrant updating several (but not all) recommendations...
March 1, 2024: Journal of Athletic Training
https://read.qxmd.com/read/38530651/management-of-sport-related-concussion-bridging-the-evidence-from-2014-to-2023
#42
JOURNAL ARTICLE
Steven P Broglio, Johna K Register-Mihalik, Tamara C Valovich McLeod
No abstract text is available yet for this article.
March 1, 2024: Journal of Athletic Training
https://read.qxmd.com/read/37681681/postinjury-outcomes-after-non-sport-related-concussion-a-care-consortium-study
#43
JOURNAL ARTICLE
Patricia R Roby, Anne E Mozel, Kristy B Arbogast, Thomas Buckley, Jaclyn B Caccese, Sara P D Chrisman, James R Clugston, James T Eckner, Carrie Esopenko, Tamerah Hunt, Louise A Kelly, Jane McDevitt, Susan M Perkins, Margot Putukian, Adam Susmarski, Steven P Broglio, Paul F Pasquina, Thomas W McAllister, Michael McCrea, Christina L Master
CONTEXT: Concussion research has primarily focused on sport-related mechanisms and excluded non-sport-related mechanisms. In adult populations, non-sport-related concussions (non-SRCs) demonstrated worse clinical outcomes compared with sport-related concussions (SRCs); however, investigations of non-SRCs in college-aged patients are limited. OBJECTIVES: To examine clinical outcomes in collegiate athletes with non-SRCs compared with SRCs and explore sex differences in outcomes among collegiate athletes with non-SRCs...
March 1, 2024: Journal of Athletic Training
https://read.qxmd.com/read/38419428/cortical-changes-of-dual-cognitive-task-balance-training-in-patients-with-chronic-ankle-instability-a-randomized-trial
#44
JOURNAL ARTICLE
Liangwei Chai, Ximei Sun, Qiuyu Huang, Tao Huang, Xiulan Guo, Hua Liu
CONTEXT: Researchers have shown that patients with chronic ankle instability (CAI) have deficits in memory and attention allocation. This functional deficit affects the lower extremity performance. Motor-cognitive dual-task training may improve lower limb dysfunction caused by central nervous system injury. Whether dual-task training is more favorable than single-task training for neuromuscular control in patients with single-task training still needs to be further proven. OBJECTIVE: To determine whether balance-cognitive dual-task training can influence cortical activity and has more effective treatment effects than balance single-task training...
February 29, 2024: Journal of Athletic Training
https://read.qxmd.com/read/38400755/predictors-of-pregnancy-disclosure-in-diii-collegiate-athletes
#45
JOURNAL ARTICLE
Kiley E Horn, Tyler S Harris
CONTEXT: Pregnant athletes cannot receive proper care if they choose to conceal their pregnancy. Unfortunately, there are many factors that may lead an athlete to conceal. Whereas the extant qualitative literature suggests scholarship and sponsorship are prominent factors in the decision to disclose, this research is limited to elite athletes. OBJECTIVE: The purpose of the current study was to quantitatively examine predictors of pregnancy disclosure beyond scholarship and sponsorship in DIII college athletes...
February 24, 2024: Journal of Athletic Training
https://read.qxmd.com/read/38343167/level-of-agreement-between-child-and-parent-reporting-on-the-child-sport-concussion-assessment-tool-scat5
#46
JOURNAL ARTICLE
Ryan N Moran, Mason Haller, Melanie Louis, J Russell Guin, Jeff Allen
CONTEXT: The Child Sport Concussion Assessment Tool, fifth edition (SCAT5), remains the consensus instrument for concussion evaluation in youth athletes. Both child and parent are recommended to complete the athlete background and symptom reporting. OBJECTIVE: To determine the level of agreement between child and parent medical history and symptom reporting and quantify their performance on the Child SCAT5 in male football athletes. DESIGN: Cross-sectional study...
February 1, 2024: Journal of Athletic Training
https://read.qxmd.com/read/38291796/early-gait-biomechanics-linked-to-daily-steps-following-anterior-cruciate-ligament-reconstruction
#47
JOURNAL ARTICLE
Christin B├╝ttner, Caroline Lisee, Ashley Buck, Elizabeth Bjornsen, Louise Thoma, Jeffrey Spang, Troy Blackburn, Brian Pietrosimone
CONTEXT: Gait biomechanics and daily steps are important aspects of knee joint loading that change following anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction (ACLR). Understanding their relationship during the first 6 months post-ACLR could help develop comprehensive rehabilitation interventions that promote optimal joint loading following injury, thereby improving long-term knee joint health. OBJECTIVE: Our primary objective was to compare biomechanical gait waveforms throughout stance at early timepoints post-ACLR in individuals with different daily step behaviors at 6 months post-ACLR...
January 31, 2024: Journal of Athletic Training
https://read.qxmd.com/read/38291793/a-roadmap-for-sustainable-community-engaged-partnerships-in-athletic-training-and-utilizing-a-traveling-athletic-training-camp-as-an-implementation-strategy
#48
JOURNAL ARTICLE
Jessica Wallace, Mary Margaret Williamson, Danae Delfin, Haleigh Gray, Jeri Zemke, Shaketha Pierce, Emily Jones, Kysha Harriell
Improving access to athletic trainers and increasing diversity in the profession have been major goals of the Strategic Alliance, with a particular interest in the secondary school setting. Within many marginalized communities, individuals are often faced with a lack of resources, high rates of poverty, and limited access to healthcare. This social and economic climate often extends to inequitable athletic training (AT) services and patterns of disparate health. Widely used and recognized strategies to cultivate diversity and address health inequities include community-engaged partnerships; however, these approaches are not well implemented across the AT discipline...
January 31, 2024: Journal of Athletic Training
https://read.qxmd.com/read/38291791/the-effect-of-external-focus-versus-internal-focus-instruction-on-jump-landing-biomechanics-in-healthy-females
#49
JOURNAL ARTICLE
Hayley M Ericksen, Erin M Lally, Jennifer Earl-Boehm
CONTEXT: Different forms of instruction have contributed to favorable results in injury interventions. External focus (EF) instruction may be superior to internal focus (IF) instruction. OBJECTIVE: To investigate the difference in landing biomechanics between participants who received EF versus IF instruction and a control. A secondary aim was to evaluate participant perceptions of focus of attention. DESIGN: Randomized controlled trial. SETTING: Laboratory...
January 31, 2024: Journal of Athletic Training
https://read.qxmd.com/read/38291782/comparison-of-weekly-training-load-and-acute-chronic-workload-ratio-methods-to-estimate-change-in-training-load-in-running
#50
JOURNAL ARTICLE
Kyra L A Cloosterman, Robert-Jan de Vos, Ben van Oeveren, Edwin Visser, Sita M A Bierma-Zeinstra, Marienke van Middelkoop
CONTEXT: Before examining the impact of training load on injury risk in runners, it is important to gain insight in the differences between methods that are used to measure change in training load. OBJECTIVE: To investigate differences between four methods to calculate change in training load: (1) weekly training load; (2) acute:chronic workload ratio (ACWR), coupled rolling average (RA); (3) ACWR, uncoupled RA; (4) ACWR, exponentially weighted moving averages (EWMA)...
January 31, 2024: Journal of Athletic Training
https://read.qxmd.com/read/38291781/differences-in-attitudes-towards-injury-prevention-program-participation-based-on-race-and-collegiate-division-in-female-athletes
#51
JOURNAL ARTICLE
Emily H Gabriel, Brandi M White
CONTEXT: Injury prevention programs (IPPs) have been effective at reducing lower extremity injury rates, but user compliance plays a major role in the effectiveness of the programs. There is a potential that race and collegiate division may impact attitudes towards participation in IPPs and compliance in female collegiate athletes. OBJECTIVES: The objectives of the study were to compare attitudes towards IPPs based on race and collegiate division. DESIGN: Cross-Sectional...
January 31, 2024: Journal of Athletic Training
https://read.qxmd.com/read/38291774/improving-athletic-trainers-knowledge-of-clinical-documentation-through-novel-educational-interventions-a-randomized-controlled-trial
#52
JOURNAL ARTICLE
Tricia M Kasamatsu, Sara L Nottingham, R Curtis Bay, Cailee E Welch Bacon
CONTEXT: Athletic trainers (ATs) have reported the need for more educational resources about clinical documentation. OBJECTIVE: To investigate the effectiveness of passive and active educational interventions to improve practicing ATs' clinical documentation knowledge. DESIGN: Randomized control trial, sequential explanatory mixed methods study. SETTING: Online module(s), knowledge assessment and interviews. PATIENTS OR OTHER PARTICIPANTS: We emailed 18,981 practicing ATs across employment settings, of which 524 ATs were enrolled into a group [personalized learning pathway (PLP=178), passive reading list (PAS=176), control (CON=170)] then took the knowledge assessment...
January 31, 2024: Journal of Athletic Training
https://read.qxmd.com/read/38291773/quantitative-evaluation-of-knee-cartilage-in-professional-martial-arts-athletes-using-t2-mapping-a-comparative-study
#53
JOURNAL ARTICLE
Yao Zhang, Chenghu Deng, Wei Xia, Jun Ran, Xiaoming Li
CONTEXT: While the relationship between high-impact sports like football and basketball and the development of knee osteoarthritis is well established, the impact of martial arts on the knee joint remains unclear. OBJECTIVE: To compare the imaging abnormalities of knee joints and T2 relaxation times of cartilage in professional martial arts athletes and healthy controls. DESIGN: Cross-Sectional Study. SETTING: Hospital imaging center...
January 31, 2024: Journal of Athletic Training
https://read.qxmd.com/read/38291765/restorative-physical-function-and-patient-reported-outcomes-following-acute-lateral-ankle-sprain-in-high-school-athletes
#54
JOURNAL ARTICLE
Amber J Schnittjer, Nick Biello, Christina Craner, Janet E Simon
CONTEXT: Limited longitudinal data exists on patient-reported outcomes (PROs) following acute lateral ankle sprain (LAS). The impact of prospective hop testing on PROs at return to play (RTP) and 6-months post RTP is unclear. OBJECTIVE: Determine if high school athletes with a LAS who return to baseline physical function as measured by a single-leg hop for distance (SLHOP) have better PROs relative to individuals who return to symmetry. DESIGN: Cohort Study...
January 31, 2024: Journal of Athletic Training
https://read.qxmd.com/read/38243740/social-norms-and-concussion-disclosure-behavior-clarification-of-terms-and-measurement-recommendations
#55
JOURNAL ARTICLE
Monica R Lininger, Natalie Cook, Heidi A Wayment
Non-disclosed sport-related concussion symptoms pose a significant risk to athletes' health and well-being. Many research investigations have focused on understanding the factors impacting athletes' concussion disclosure behaviors. One of the most robust predictors of the likelihood that an athlete will disclose concussion symptoms to their coaches, athletic trainers, parents, or peers is what researchers term "social norms." The extant literature regarding social norms influencing concussion disclosure behaviors is inconsistent on how the construct should be defined, conceptualized, or measured, often failing to distinguish between descriptive and injunctive social norms and their sources (direct and indirect)...
January 20, 2024: Journal of Athletic Training
https://read.qxmd.com/read/38243738/history-knowledge-and-education-of-sport-related-concussion-among-college-athletes-in-japan
#56
JOURNAL ARTICLE
Chihiro Tashima, Mana Otomo, Yuri Hosokawa
CONTEXT: Limited studies have investigated sports-related concussion (SRC) awareness and knowledge among athletes in Japan. SRC research is scarce among Asians compared to North American and European cohorts. OBJECTIVE: We aimed to examine previous SRC history, level of SRC knowledge, and previous exposure to SRC education among collegiate athletes in Japan by the level of contact and access to medical staff. DESIGN: Cross-sectional study...
January 20, 2024: Journal of Athletic Training
https://read.qxmd.com/read/38243737/neighborhood-context-as-a-barrier-to-sport-participation-for-girls-evidence-from-a-sports-diversity-index
#57
JOURNAL ARTICLE
Kemba Noel-London, Enbal Shacham, Kasim Ortiz, Rhonda BeLue
BACKGROUND: Evidence suggests neighborhood contexts play a vital role in shaping availability and diversity of youth sports and participation rates; especially for African American/Black girls. Currently, there is no index capturing interscholastic sport opportunities(diversity) within and across school districts and specifically applied to African American/Black girls. OBJECTIVE: To present a new multidimensional index of sport opportunities within the St. Louis, (Missouri) City and County school districts and examine its usefulness in describing sports participation among African American/Black girls...
January 20, 2024: Journal of Athletic Training
https://read.qxmd.com/read/38243736/differences-in-overuse-injuries-in-gender-comparable-sports-a-nationally-representative-sample-of-high-school-athletes
#58
JOURNAL ARTICLE
Josie L Bunstine, Jingzhen Yang, Sandhya Kistamgari, Christy L Collins, Gary A Smith
CONTEXT: Participation in high school sports has physical, physiological, and social development benefits, while increasing the risk of acute and overuse injuries. Risk of sports-related overuse injury differs between boys and girls. OBJECTIVE: To investigate differences in overuse injuries among United States high school athletes participating in the gender-comparable sports of soccer, basketball, and baseball/softball. DESIGN: Descriptive epidemiology study using a nationally representative sample from the High School Reporting Information Online (RIOTM) database...
January 20, 2024: Journal of Athletic Training
https://read.qxmd.com/read/38243734/barriers-and-attitudes-toward-seeking-mental-health-services-among-collegiate-marching-band-artists
#59
JOURNAL ARTICLE
Kenya Moore, Nancy A Uriegas, Dawn M Emerson, Zachary K Winkelmann, Kysha Harriel, Toni M Torres-McGehee
CONTEXT: Marching band (MB) artists experience stressors impacting their physical, mental, and emotional health warranting medical support; and they face challenges like other college students and athletes. Mental health illnesses exist in college and MB settings, but there are barriers impacting access to treatment. OBJECTIVE: To examine perceived barriers and attitudes of MB artists toward seeking care from mental health professionals. The secondary aim will examine barriers and attitudes across gender and history with seeking mental health counseling...
January 20, 2024: Journal of Athletic Training
https://read.qxmd.com/read/38243733/persistent-early-knee-osteoarthritis-symptoms-in-the-first-two-years-after-acl-reconstruction
#60
JOURNAL ARTICLE
Matthew S Harkey, Jeffrey B Driban, Shelby E Baez, Francesca M Genoese, Elaine Reiche, Katherine Collins, Michelle C Walaszek, Ashley Triplett, C L Wilcox, Andrew Schorfhaar, Michael Shingles, Sheeba Joseph, Christopher Kuenze
CONTEXT: Early identification of knee osteoarthritis (OA) symptoms after anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction (ACLR) could enable timely interventions to improve long-term outcomes. However, little is known about the change in early OA symptoms from 6 to 12 months following ACLR. OBJECTIVE: To evaluate the change over time in meeting classification criteria for early knee OA symptoms from 6 to 12 months following ACLR. DESIGN: Prospective Cohort Study...
January 20, 2024: Journal of Athletic Training
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