Journal of Sports Medicine and Therapy

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Introduction

Sports medicine and therapy is a distinct division of Health Care Sector, which takes care of physical fitness and injuries associated with musculoskeletal issues. Sports Medicine comprises several forms of non-surgical orthopedic treatments.
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Reasons for Publishing

The increasing personal and economic health burden of non-communicable diseases has intensified to such an extent that it cannot be sustained indefinitely unless there is a significant global emphasis on sport and exercise as key elements to address this epidemic situation.
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Aims of the Journal

The Journal of Sports Medicine and Therapy works with the aim to publish manuscripts that can provide insights to achieve optimal competence for the sports medicine physicians and therapists involved in the rehabilitation of acute and chronic injuries as well as in developing measures to reduce the risk of injury and illness severity.
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Scope of the Journal

The Journal of Sports Medicine and Therapy traverse all the facets of sports medicine and therapy including the prevention and management of sports related injuries and occupational problems.
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Articles

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    Research Article

    Use of Hand Rehabilitation Board (Dominic’s Board) in Post Traumatic/ Stroke Rehabilitation of the Upper Limbs

    Dominic Essien and Christopher Ekpenyong*

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    Research Article

    Effects of a short Cardiovascular Rehabilitation program in Hypertensive subjects: A Pilot Study

    Juliana Bassalobre Carvalho Borges, Débora Tazinaffo Bueno, Monique Fernandes Peres, Ana Paula Aparecida Mantuani, Andréia Maria Silva and Giovane Galdino*

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    Translating an Evidence-Based Physical Activity Service From Context To Context: A Single Organizational Case Study

    Marie-Eve Lamontagne, Kelly P Arbour-Nicitopoulos, Jennifer R Tomasone, Isabelle Cummings, Amy E Latimer-Cheung and François Routhier*

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    Research Article

    3-Dimensional Versus 2-Dimensional Comparison of Knee Valgus Collapse during Vertical Jump: Clinical Implications for ACL Risk of Injury Assessment

    Guilherme M. Cesar*, Chase M. Pfeifer and Judith M. Burnfield

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    Review Article

    The Utility of Acupuncture in Sports Medicine: A Review of the Recent Literature

    Michael Malone*

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    Case Report

    An Unusual Cause of Anterolateral Ankle Pain and Snapping

    Vasileios Triantafyllis* and Roshin Thomas

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    Original Article

    Parents Take-On Concussion: Advances in Sideline Research and Culture in Youth Sports

    Arlene Silverio, Scott Briggs, Lisena Hasanaj, Jeffrey Hurd, Jr, Max Lahn, Liliana Serrano, Lucy Cobbs, Jenelle Raynowska, Rachel Nolan, Joel Birkemeier, Dennis Cardone, Steven L. Galetta and Laura J. Balcer4*

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    Case Report

    Retrospective Analysis of Non-Contact ACL Injury Risk: A Case Series Review of Elite Female Athletes

    Lee Herrington* and Ros Cooke

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    Case Report

    Olfactory Dysfunction in Sports Players following Moderate and Severe Head Injury: A Possible Cut-off from Normality to Pathology

    Gesualdo M Zucco*, Andrea Carletti and Richard J Stevenson

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