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Proximal Biceps in Overhead Athletes

The proximal long head of the biceps tendon and its attachment at the superior glenoid tubercle and labrum are subject to a spectrum of disorders in overhead athletes. Biceps disorders are commonly characterized by intermittent anterior or deep-seated shoulder...read more


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How Can We Improve Outcomes Assessment?

The evolution of evidence-based medical practice is heavily dependent on outcomes assessment. From a personal perspective, without accurate and reliable outcomes assessments, it is difficult for individual orthopedic surgeons to evaluate the effects of their interventions and, more specifically,...read more


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Correlates With History of Injury in Youth and Adolescent Pitchers

Pitching is one of the fastest human motions, with arm internal rotation velocities exceeding 7,000 /s in professional pitchers. These speeds place enormous torques on the shoulder and elbow, regularly exceeding 1,000 N in professional pitchers. These forces reliably...read more


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Predictors of Throwing Velocity in Youth and Adolescent Pitchers

BACKGROUND: Shoulder and elbow injuries are a common cause of pain, dysfunction, and inability to play in overhead throwers. Pitch velocity plays an integral part in the etiology of these injuries; however, the demographic and biomechanical correlates with throwing...read more


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Postoperative Restoration of Upper Extremity Motion and Neuromuscular Control During the Overhand Pitch

Superior Labral Anterior-Posterior (SLAP) Tears Superior labral anterior-posterior (SLAP) tears are found in 6% to 26% of shoulder arthroscopic procedures, and the rising incidence of repair has far outpaced the rising incidence of shoulder arthroscopic surgery. Overhead throwing is...read more


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Performance and Return to Sport After Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction in National Hockey League Players

BACKGROUND: Anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) rupture is a significant injury in male National Hockey League (NHL) players. PURPOSE: To determine (1) the return to sport (RTS) rate in the NHL following ACL reconstruction, (2) performance on RTS, and (3)...read more


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