Relationships Between Baseline Physical Characteristics and Subsequent Throwing Injuries
NHMI researchers teamed up with a research group led by University of Central Arkansas researcher Steve Tucker and colleagues in this multi-study attempt to identify factors that predispose baseball players to throwing injuries.
Relationships Between Hip, Thoracolumbar and Glenohumeral Ranges of Motion in Division I Collegiate Baseball Players
Strength and Range of Motion Differences at the Hip, Thoracolumbar, and Glenohumeral Joints Between Division I and Division III Baseball Players
To Backboard or Not to Backboard
Traditional spinal immobilization standards have changed in some emergency medical services systems to exclude routine spineboard use. Rather, patients are managed by employing spinal motion restriction; whereby only a cervical collar is applied and a scoop stretcher or sheet are used during ground-to-stretcher and stretcher-to-bed transfers. This research compared head movement and vital signs in backboard and stretcher-only conditions.
Efficacy of Spinal Immobilization and Spinal Motion Restriction in Minimizing Cervical Spine Motion during Patient Transfer
Comparing Spine Immobilization with Spinal Motion Restriction during Transport of Suspected Spine-Injured Patients
Prehospital Cervical Spine Motion: Immobilization Versus Spine Motion Restriction