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(J Athl Train[TA])
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  • Early Sport Specialization and Subjective Hip and Groin Dysfunction in Collegiate Ice Hockey Athletes. [Journal Article]
    J Athl Train 2020Sheppard M, Nicknair J, Goetschius J
  • CONCLUSIONS: Collegiate ice hockey athletes who were highly specialized before high school reported greater current hip and groin pain, symptoms, dysfunction during activities of daily living and sport and recreation, and lower current hip- and groin-related quality of life compared with low-specialization ice hockey athletes. Early ice hockey specialization may be detrimental to hip and groin function in collegiate ice hockey athletes.
  • Concussion-Symptom Rating Correlation Between Pediatric Patients and Their Parents. [Journal Article]
    J Athl Train 2020Patsimas T, Howell DR, … Wilson JC
  • CONCLUSIONS: Our findings may help to set expectations regarding concussion-symptom durations and return-to-play timing for pediatric patients and their families. Given the patient-parent correlations in our sample, substantial reporting discrepancies between patients and their parents may be a relevant factor for clinicians to investigate further during concussion evaluations.
  • Relative Scapular-Muscle Ratios During Maximal Isokinetic Shoulder-Girdle Strength Performance in Elite Field Hockey Players. [Journal Article]
    J Athl Train 2020Vanderstukken F, Borms D, … Cools AM
  • CONCLUSIONS: Compared with nonathletes, elite field hockey players had altered intramuscular (within the trapezius) and intermuscular (between the trapezius and SA) balance ratios during maximal shoulder-girdle contractions, with relatively more MT and LT activity. This may reflect a sport-specific adaptation to optimize coordinated activity of the scapulothoracic muscles, meeting the specific demands of field hockey movements and simultaneously better protecting the shoulder against injury. Our results can assist in optimizing high-performance training and in supporting injury-prevention programs, which are key to both successful and long-lasting athletic careers.
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