JOURNAL ARTICLE ABSTRACTS
The doctors at the Soft Tissue Center have published research articles. There will be more articles published each year, so this portion of the website will be continually updated. A journal article cannot be reprinted in its entirety on a website because the article belongs to the publishing house. So, the articles we have published are listed below and only the abstract (summary) is included. Should you wish to read the entire article, you now have the reference information to obtain it.
Hemopoietic hyperplasia in a world class runner.
Resolution of a groin injury in a professional hockey player by soft tissue mobilization: A case report.
Pectoralis major tears: Etiology and Prevention.
Winging of the scapula.
Magnetic resonance imaging evaluation of muscle usage associated with three exercises for rotator cuff rehabilitation.
Chiropractic management of a professional hockey player with recurrent shoulder instability.
Isometric back extension endurance tests: a review of literature.
Neural adaptations with sport-specific resistance training in highly skilled athletes.
ABSTRACT PRESENTATIONS AT CONFERENCES/SYMPOSIA
Abstracts are brief summaries of scientific or clinical research that are presented at scientific symposia or conferences. The abstract may be presented in a slide format or a poster presentation. While the abstracts are published, often the authors consider if they wish to write a complete article and submit it to a journal. The following are abstracts presented at various conferences (listed by year):
A 12 Year-Old Figure Skater With A Fractured Sacrum
A Professional Volleyball Player With Elbow Pain
Shoulder – Two Cases Of Complex Regional Pain Syndrome Mimicing Adhesive Capsulitis
Case series: abdominal muscle injuries in athletes
Case Series: Thoracic Intramedullary Vascularized Lipomas
Incidental Finding Of Pleural Infection In A Recreational Weight Trainee: A Case Study
Reduction Of Achilles Tendon Pain After Using Creatine Monohydrate: A Case Study
Infrapatellar Neuropathy Mimicing A Symptomatic Medial Meniscus Tear: A Case Study
Symptomatic Chiari Malformation Type I In A Recreational Triathlete: A Case Study
Changes In Bodyfat Percentage In Professional Hockey Players After Increasing Anaerobic Training And Decreasing Aerobic Training
Resolution Of An Acute Rotator Cuff Strain With Biofeedback/Tens And Soft Tissue Mobilization
Category: Shoulder – Powerlifting
Resolution Of Ulnar Neuropathy With Soft Tissue Mobilization In A Dancer: A Case Study
Treatment Of OS Trigonum In A Dancer: A Case Study
An 18-Month Retrospective Analysis Of The Prevalence Of Hyper-Reflexia In Patients Presenting With Cervical Spine Complaints
Comparison Of Cervical MRI Findings In Patients With Pathologic Reflexes
Max VO2, Vertical Jump And Sprint Velocity As Predictors Of Selection To An NHL Roster
John N. Nash Award for Best Multi-Disciplinary Abstract
Resolution Of Thoracic Pain Following A One-Level Cervical Fusion: A Case Study.
Sports hernia: evaluation, treatment, and results of surgical intervention in the competitive athlete.
Relationship between jumps and skating speed in ice hockey.
Changes in bodyweight in professional hockey players as an indicator of dehydration compared with performance assessment: A pilot study.
Changes in bodyweight in professional hockey players as an indicator of dehydration after hydration protocol instruction compared with pre-dehydration instruction.
Team Physician Misdiagnosis: Statistical Analysis.
Prevalence and association of six clinical subacromial impingement tests and diagnosis.
Efficacy and reliability of the subscapularis lift-off test.
Correlation between five clinical subacromial impingement tests and manual muscle tests of the supraspinatus.
Prevalence of rotator cuff strength patterns and their relationship to anterior glenohumeral instability.
LEONARD N. SCHROEDER AWARD FOR BEST ORIGINAL RESEARCH
Comparison of motion palpation of the cervical spine versus flexion/extension lateral view radiographs: A pilot study.
1995 Jumper’s knee associated with plyometric depth jumping: A 10 case retrospective analysis.