Fleisig,"Pitching Biomechanics as a Pitcher Approaches Muscular Fatigue During a Simulated Baseball Game," American Journal of Sports Medicine
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A study of 320 cases," American Journal of Sports Medicine
Orava, "Rupture of the pectoralis major muscle," American Journal of Sports Medicine
Kurosaka M, Yoshiya S, Andrish JT 1987 A biomechanical comparison of different surgical techniques of graft fixation in anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction American Journal of Sports Medicine
Naal and his colleagues reported in the American Journal of Sports Medicine
Several studies have looked at patients' return to athletic activity after various types of knee surgery, Imhoff and his team explain in the American Journal of Sports Medicine
, but only one small study followed up patients who had undergone HTO.
2003) 31 The American Journal of Sports Medicine
According to The American Journal of Sports Medicine
, tennis ranks fourth in the top ten sports most likely to cause injuries, with dance classes, fifth and gym activities, sixth.
And will target all age groups, from younger athletic types to seniors, in keeping with the people Levine himself targeted as a doctor, and noted in his numerous scholarly articles in the American Journal of Sports Medicine
and in Clinical Orthopedics.
A study in the March-April 1995 American Journal of Sports medicine
reported full or partial pain relief after surgery in 48 patients with medial tennis elbow.
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