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August 1st, 2003

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  • Shock Wave Therapy for Calcific Tendonitis

    Thirty-seven patients with calcific tendinitis were treated successfully with shock wave therapy. Shock wave therapy is a safe, effective, and noninvasive treatment of calcific tendinitis of the shoulder.
  • Arthroscopic Repair of Shoulder Instability

    Arthroscopic repair of the posterior capsulolabral complex is an effective means of eliminating symptoms of pain and instability associated with posterior Bankart lesions of traumatic origin.
  • Respect the Headache!

    Those athletes with persistent headache beyond 7 days postconcussion likely have not sufficiently recovered given worse neurocognitive testing, slower reaction times, and reduced memory performance.
  • Neuromuscular Response to ACL Stretch

    Following a laboratory-induced stretch of the ACL, a significant neuromuscular change is induced in the knee. This work supports the neuromuscular role of the ACL and the subsequent neuromuscular changes that result from injury. These findings substantiate the theory that injury to the ACL results in a risk of instability not only due to a mechanical increase in translation, but also due to a temporary neuromuscular disorder initiated by a stretch of the ligament.
  • Tunnel Widening After ACL Reconstruction

    Two studies examining the issue in different ways confirmed that suspensory fixation yields more tunnel widening than outlet fixation.
  • Shoulder Proprioception in Rehabilitation

    The study prospectively evaluated shoulder proprioception in patients with traumatic anterior instability who underwent anterior shoulder repair.
  • Bo Knows Hips

    The study reports a series of 8 American football players with acute traumatic posterior hip subluxation diagnosed with obturator oblique Judet views. Early hip joint aspiration should be considered in this patient population.