The primary purpose of this study is to determine the normative recovery trajectory of patients following arthroscopic knee surgery by using clinical and physical performance measures.
The purpose of this research addendum is to examine the normative recovery trajectory of spinal patients participating in an evidence based spine triage model by using clinical and physical performance measures.
The purpose of this study is to evaluate the effectiveness of physical therapy (PT) plus BFR training compared to PT alone (without BFR training) at 1, 2, 3, and 6 months after the initiation of PT after ACL reconstruction in patients who require extended limited weight bearing through assessment of patient reported outcomes and functional testing.
Functional Outcomes of Quadriceps vs Patellar Tendon Autografts after Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction: A Matched-Case Control - Erik Calzada, Kim Polasek
Development of a Novel Change of Direction Task For Return to Sport Following Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction - Shene Hill, Lindsay Gately, Erin Connor
ROM, NDI, DNF… huh? Examining Correlation Between Deep Neck Flexor Endurance and the Neck Disability Index - Rueben Fonseca, Caleb West
Let's get physical, or maybe not: Can the FAB-Q predict scoring on physical performance testing in individuals with low back pain? - Sarah Ferrelli, Matt McClanahan
Low back pain: Predicting success and failure with conservative care - Pedro Migliano
What’s Plank Got to Do With It: Side plank symmetry in pre-operative vs. non-operative patients with low back pain and leg pain. – Katie Shaughnessy, Jaron Perry, Aly Beck
Is there a difference in the ability to perform a side plank in subjects with back pain versus subjects with back and concordant leg pain with neural provocation testing? – Alexis Lugo, Kasey Hogan
The Effects of Surgical Lysis of Adhesions Following ACL Reconstruction: A Systematic Review – Greg Olson, Nicole Bardaji, Mackenzie Scovill
Anterior Knee Pain Following ACL Reconstruction and Effect on Return to Play: A Systematic Review – Zach Jacobs, Marissa Gradoz
Subsequent Surgery for Loss of Motion After ACL Reconstruction Does Not Influence Function at 2-Years: A Matched Case-Control Analysis. - Worsham J, Lowe W, Copa D, Williams S, Kleihege J, Lauck K, Mascarenhas R, Bailey L. (Amer J of Sport Med. 2019 Epub Aug 2019).
Adductor Canal Nerve Versus Femoral Nerve Blockade for Pain Control and Quadriceps Function Following Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction With Patellar Tendon Autograft: A Prospective Randomized Trial. - Bailey L, Griffin J, Elliott M, Wu J, Papavasiliou T, Harner C, Lowe W. (Arthroscopy. 2019 Mar;35(3):921-929).
The Influence of Anterior Knee Pain on Function and Timing of Return to Play following Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction with Patellar Tendon Autograft - Macy Kimminau; John Bott; Jacquelyn Kleihege; Christopher Juneau; Lane Bailey (AJSM)
The Influence of Sustaining In-Sport Injuries on Psychological Readiness after ACL Reconstruction - Jeni Presley, Matt Reid, Kevin Maloney, Brian Duncan, Christopher Juneau, Walter R Lowe, Lane Bailey (Sports Health/IJSPT)
Lysis of Adhesions for Loss of Motion After ACL Reconstruction: A Matched-Control Analysis - Shelby Williams; Dorcas Copa; Jacquelyn Kleihege; Jake Worsham; Lane Bailey; Walt Lowe (CSM 2019).
Conservative Management of Proximal Hamstring Pain: The Development of a Classification System - Kathryn Barry and Elaina Roeing
The Relationship Between Isokinetic Strength Testing and Single Leg Hop Performance for Patients Following ACL Reconstruction - Melissa Abellanida
The Influence of ‘In-sport’ versus ‘Out-of-sport’ Injuries on Psychological Readiness after ACL Reconstruction - Jenifer Presley
Is Limb Symmetry Index Reliable after ACL Reconstruction? - Chris Lefever
Does Blood Flow Restriction Training Improve Quadriceps Function after Arthroscopic Knee Surgery? A Randomized Clinical Trial - Steven Higbie