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  • Changes in Attitudes and Functional Performance After an Educational
           Intervention and Participation in the DIME in Cadets

    • Authors: Emily Gabriel et al.
      Abstract: Introduction: Cadets frequently suffer from lower extremity injuries, but fail to participate in effective injury prevention programs (IPPs). The purpose of this study was to determine if an intervention focused on benefits and barriers of IPP with participation in an IPP would change attitudes towards participating in IPPs and functional performance. Methods: Thirty-four ROTC cadets (Male: n=28, Age: 19.67±1.45 years, Height: 175.57±8.30cm, Mass: 75.38±14.30kg) volunteered to participate in the study. Participants completed the Health Belief Model Scale (HBMS), Theory of Planned Behavior Scale (TPBS), Y-Balance test, Landing Error Scoring System, 2-mile run, push-up test, and sit-up test. During the Army Physical Fitness program, the Dynamic Integrated Movement Enhancement (DIME) program was implemented by cadet student leaders whom also tracked compliance. Every 2 weeks, participants would self-report participation in the DIME and also be exposed to the intervention presented as an infographic on the benefits and barriers of the DIME as well as potential solutions for barriers. All testing was repeated at the end of the fall semester. Results: Compliance over the 10-week period was 87.2%. Participants had improvements in individual self-efficacy, Y-Balance test performance, 2-mile run, and sit-up test. However, HBMS perceived consequences, HBMS perceived benefits, HBMS community-led self-efficacy, TPBS perceived benefits, TPBS perceived barriers, TPBS social norms, TPBS social influence, and TPBS intention to participate all worsened. The most common reason for lack of participation in the DIME was time. Discussion: Participants were more confident in their ability to participate in IPPs after the intervention and also improved in several aspects of functional performance. However, several subscales worsened after participation. Future research should focus on determining effective strategies to improve attitudes towards IPP participation to enhance compliance.
      PubDate: Wed, 15 Feb 2023 08:32:48 PST
  • Buford Complex in a High School Softball Player with Glenohumeral
           Multidirectional Instability and Cubital Tunnel Syndrome with Ulnar Nerve

    • Authors: Austin T. Cook
      Abstract: A 15-year-old female high school softball player with no prior history of either shoulder or elbow pathologies presented with pain in the elbow of her throwing arm that progressed to her shoulder during her high school softball team’s fall season. The athlete received an MRI showing the presence of a Buford complex, a normal anatomical variation of the glenoid labrum in which the anterosuperior portion of the labrum is undeveloped in conjunction with an overdeveloped cord like middle glenohumeral ligament that originates upon the superior portion of the glenoid at the same location of the base of the biceps tendon. The athlete underwent a supervised rehabilitation program and continued athletic participation until she eventually developed glenohumeral multidirectional instability and secondary cubital tunnel syndrome with associated ulnar nerve subluxation. The athlete was managed through rehabilitation until the development of the secondary pathologies which were treated surgically. Athletic trainers and all allied health care professionals should be aware of the Buford complex, particularly if they deal with athletes in overhead sports. The Buford should be considered a predisposing factor to glenohumeral and glenoid labrum pathologies, and proper prophylactic practices may serve to reduce the incidence of injury or reinjury to the affected shoulder in these individuals.
      PubDate: Wed, 15 Feb 2023 08:32:42 PST
  • The Theory of Planned Behavior as a Framework to Identify Attitudes and
           Perceptions of Athletic Trainers towards Quality Improvement

    • Authors: Meredith Madden et al.
      Abstract: Purpose: The BOC announced a concept for continuing professional certification for athletic trainers (ATs), including an optional quality improvement (QI) project to examine practice performance. The purpose of this study was to examine current attitudes, perceived control and subjective norms of ATs regarding QI. Method: Data was collected using a qualitative descriptive design. A web-based survey was distributed via email and social media. Open-ended questions were evaluated by two independent coders using a general inductive approach. Results: Three major themes emerged: reservations about QI, benefits of QI, and impacts on the profession. Conclusions: When integrated into the Theory of Planned Behavior model, results show that ATs demonstrate positive attitudes towards QI and agree that optimal patient outcomes are essential. However, many ATs perceive that they lack the appropriate knowledge about QI, how to implement QI, and the resources needed to be successful. Possible recommendations include a systems approach in which athletic training organizations and regulatory bodies consider providing ATs strategies to improve perceived control, such as continuing education opportunities and tools to advocate for resources. Additionally, the integration of QI into athletic training is a cultural shift; professional organizations may benefit from acknowledging and promoting enhanced clinician and patient outcomes.
      PubDate: Wed, 15 Feb 2023 08:32:36 PST
  • Effect of Cupping Therapy on Muscle Tenderness in Collegiate Baseball
           Players Compared to Sham Treatment: A Randomized, Single-Blinded Trial

    • Authors: Andrew Cage et al.
      Abstract: Purpose: The purpose of this study was to examine the effects of cupping therapy on muscular tenderness in the triceps surae of collegiate baseball players when compared to a control and sham treatment conditions. Methods: 20 collegiate baseball players (age= 22 ± 2 years, height= 186.8 ± 6.9 cm, weight= 88.6 ± 8.5 kg) participated in this study. Subjects were randomly assigned to either the treatment or sham treatment group. A mark was placed 10-cm superior to the musculotendinous junction of the Achilles tendon and the gastrocnemius on both legs. The treatment or sham treatment was then applied over the mark on the right leg for 15-minutes, with the left leg serving as a control. Muscle tenderness was measured in both legs with a handheld algometer at baseline and after treatment. An independent samples t-test was performed to determine differences in changes to muscle tenderness between the cupping therapy and sham cupping therapy groups. Paired samples t-tests were used to determine differences in changes to muscle tenderness between cupping therapy and sham cupping therapy groups and their respective controls. Results: A significant difference in reduction of muscle tenderness was found between the cupping therapy treatment group and the respective control group (treatment = 1.37 ± 0.54, treatment control = 0.5 ± 1.5, p = 0.009). A significant difference in reduction of tenderness was also noted between the cupping therapy treatment group, and the sham cupping therapy treatment group (treatment = 1.37 ± 0.54, sham = -0.37, p < 0.001). Conclusion: A single 15-minute cupping therapy treatment can decrease muscle tenderness at the triceps surae when compared to both a control and sham treatment condition. These findings are in keeping with previous studies, with the added benefit of attempting to control for a placebo effect and bias during statistical analysis. Keywords: Cupping Therapy, Myofascial Decompression, Muscle Tenderness, Algometry
      PubDate: Wed, 15 Feb 2023 08:32:30 PST
  • Locus of Control in Athletic Training

    • Authors: Brittany James et al.
      Abstract: Purpose: Locus of control (LOC) is the level of control an individual feels they have over the outcomes in their life; work locus of control (WLOC) is the control someone feels over their work. Both LOC and WLOC can be internally or externally affected and influence athletic trainers’ ability to change their clinical circumstances. The purpose of this study was to explore athletic trainers’ LOC and WLOC.Method: Cross-sectional web-based survey. Two validated surveys were used to measure locus of control and work locus of control in athletic trainers along with the collection of 8 demographic variables. Results: Of the 213 participants, athletic trainers expressed an external LOC (n=108, 50.7%) in their personal lives while reporting an internal WLOC (n=197, 92.5). Conclusion: Participants demonstrated external LOC and internal WLOC. Future investigations should examine LOC and WLOC with work conditions like burnout and job satisfaction to understand barriers faced in the workplace by athletic trainers
      PubDate: Thu, 03 Nov 2022 07:10:13 PDT
  • Comparison of the Effect of Aerobic and Resistance Exercise on Short Term
           Memory on Healthy Adults

    • Authors: Frederick P. Wijaya et al.
      Abstract: Background: Exercise is known to improve the cognitive function, including short-term memory. Exercise can induce structural and functional changes of the brain, i.e. synaptic plasticity. Exercise is categorized into two groups: aerobic exercise and resistance exercise. Studies have shown that both groups of exercises can improve short-term memory function.Objectives: this research is aimed to compare the effect of aerobic and resistance exercise on short-term memory on healthy adults.Methods: Participants were given the choice to be admitted into either exercise group, aerobic or resistance. Short-term memory (forward digit span) were measured before and after the intervention.Results: there were 20 male participants (mean age 22.95 ± 5.33) completed the intervention. There was no significant difference in the short-term memory function on both groups, aerobic (p=0.058) and resistance (p=0.206). However, an increase of short-term memory score average was observed in both groups, 6.6 to 7.2 in the aerobic group and 6.5 to 6.9 in the resistance group. There was no difference in short-term memory score when the comparison was made between the two groups (p=0.628).Conclusions: This study showed that exercise could increase the short-term memory function, although insignificant, in healthy male adults.
      PubDate: Thu, 13 Oct 2022 09:51:41 PDT
  • Effects of Ohio Opioid Prescribing Policy on Postsurgical Prescriptions
           Following Sports Procedures

    • Authors: Joseph Henningsen MD et al.
      Abstract: Background: Prescribed opioid medication after orthopedic sports surgery has been shown to exceed patient requirements. In 2017, as a response to the opioid epidemic, Ohio passed Opioid Prescribing Guidelines (OPG) limiting narcotic prescriptions for acute pain. This study sought to evaluate the effects of the OPG on prescribing behavior of orthopedists following knee arthroscopy (KA), shoulder arthroscopy (SA), and anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction (ACLR). Methods: An institutional database was queried to calculate morphine equivalent dose (MED) prescribed at discharge, acute follow-up (90 days) and compare MED pre- and post-OPG. Cases were identified over a 2-year period starting 1 year prior to OPG implementation. Individual surgeon data were tracked to control for inter-surgeon variability. Results: A total of 1663 patients were included in the analysis. Demographic variables were similar pre- and post-OPG for each procedure group. With all surgeons included, average discharge MED decreased significantly for all procedures from pre- to post-OPG. Surgeons qualified for individual analysis if they had at least 10 surgeries pre- and post-OPG. Of qualifying providers, 80% of KA, 25% of SA, and 0% of ACLR surgeons reduced discharge MED prescribed post-OPG. MED prescribed during follow-up was largely unaffected by implementation of the OPG. Conclusion: Average discharge morphine equivalent dose (MED) prescribed after SA, KA, and ACLR decreased following the implementation of the OPG. The MED reduction effect of the OPG was the greatest in magnitude after SA, and SA was the only surgery that showed MED reductions that persisted during acute follow up. Opioid prescriptions beyond 90 days postoperatively were unchanged by the OPG for all surgeries. Policy that restricts postoperative opioid prescriptions can be an effective, but incomplete method to address the opioid crisis.
      PubDate: Thu, 13 Oct 2022 09:51:35 PDT
  • Confirming the Factors of Professional Readiness in Athletic Training

    • Authors: Philip A. Szlosek et al.
      Abstract: Background: Healthcare professionals such as athletic trainers must be prepared for autonomous practice immediately after graduation. Although certified, new athletic trainers have been shown to have clinical areas of strength and weakness. To better assess professional readiness and improve the preparedness of new athletic trainers, the factors of athletic training professional readiness must be defined. However, limited research exists defining the holistic aspects of professional readiness needed for athletic trainers. Confirming the factors of professional readiness in athletic training could enhance the professional preparation of athletic trainers and result in more highly prepared new professionals. Therefore, the objective of this study was to further explore and confirm the factors of professional readiness in athletic training. Methods: We used a qualitative design based in grounded theory. Participants included athletic trainers with greater than 24 months of experience from a variety of work settings from each district of the National Athletic Trainer’s Association. Participants took the demographic questionnaire electronically using Qualtrics Survey Software (Prove UT). After completing the demographic questionnaire, we selected 20 participants to complete one-on-one interviews using GoToMeeting audiovisual web conferencing software. IMB Statistical Package for the Social Sciences (SPSS, v. 21.0) was used to calculate descriptive statistics for participant demographics. The researcher transcribed all interviews verbatim and a utilized a grounded theory approach during qualitative data analysis. Data were analyzed using a constant comparative analysis as well as open and axial coding. We established trustworthiness by using reflexivity, member checks, and peer reviews. Results: Analysis revealed four overarching themes including management, interpersonal relations, clinical decision-making, and confidence. Conclusion: Athletic trainers should be well-rounded. They must possess communication and organizational skills, the ability to collaborate, value self-reflection and continuing education, and have clinical expertise. Future research should be conducted to finalize a comprehensive model of professional readiness for athletic training, to develop a holistic assessment instrument for athletic training professional readiness, and to explore the preparedness of new athletic trainers as athletic training education transitions to the professional masters degree.
      PubDate: Thu, 13 Oct 2022 09:51:29 PDT
  • Establishing Safe Thresholds to Improve Exercise Capacity in Collegiate
           Athletes with Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD): A Critically Appraised

    • Authors: Emily C. Roberts et al.
      Abstract: Clinical Scenario: Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) can present several challenges to athletic participation due to unpredictable disease activity and uncontrollable systemic symptoms that severely impact daily activities, and limit exercise/sports participation. Limited studies and a lack of standardized guidelines for physical activity (PA) and exercise are additional barriers for patients. Limited sources have determined that exercise interventions of low-to-moderate intensity are safe and feasible for IBD patients. In theory, such interventions could promote improvements in exercise capacity and overall well-being. Focused Clinical Question: Is there evidence to suggest that established safe exercise-intensities promote improvements in exercise capacity in collegiate athletes (18-24 years of age) with IBD' Clinical Bottom Line: Aerobic exercise, resistance training, and combined exercise promotes improvements in cardiorespiratory fitness, muscle function, and body composition changes in the general IBD patient population. For patients with mild disease activity, low-impact aerobic exercises at 60-80% maximum HR and resistance exercises with no added resistance or resistance bands appear to be more suitable.38-39,43-45 For patients with inactive disease, aerobic exercises at 5-7/10 RPE or 65-80% maximum HR that involve activities with slightly more impact and resistance exercises with weight machines at up to ≥70% 1RM may be utilized.40-41,46 The exercise interventions reflect lower intensities than what collegiate athletes would be accustomed to, limiting the applicability of these findings specifically for collegiate athletes with IBD. However, there may be underlying practical implications for athletic trainers to use these exercise thresholds for gradually returning athletes to sport specific activities following resolution of disease activity. Strength of Recommendation: According to the Oxford Centre of Evidence-Based Medicine, there is variable evidence (ranging from level 4 to level 2 evidence) that suggests low-to-moderate aerobic and resistance exercise to be feasible and effective in promoting improvements in exercise capacity in IBD patients.
      PubDate: Thu, 13 Oct 2022 09:51:21 PDT
  • Secondary School Athletic Trainers’ Perceived Confidence In Providing
           Independent Medical Care Within Differing Healthcare Delivery Models

    • Authors: Sam G. Arredondo DAT; ATC et al.
      Abstract: ABSTRACTPurpose: The aim of this study was to evaluate athletic trainers’ confidence and ability to deliver independent medical care in the secondary school setting. Methods: A cross-sectional survey design was used with open- and closed-ended questions using a tool that was modified from a previously validated tool used within the collegiate setting; the tool was adapted through content expert validation. Results: Athletic trainers perceived themselves as confident in providing independent medical care through the school district healthcare delivery model (n=109/121, 90%) more often than those functioning within the hospital/clinic outreach model (n=85/130, 65%). Conclusions: Despite not having nationalized legislation and having variable support structures in place, secondary school athletic trainers are confident in providing independent medical care even when their direct supervisor may not be a healthcare provider. This is contradictory to similar findings within the collegiate setting governed by National Collegiate Athletics Association legislation enforcing independent medical care.
      PubDate: Mon, 06 Jun 2022 08:04:09 PDT
  • Effects of a 4-Week Heart Rate Variability Biofeedback Intervention on
           Psychological and Performance Variables in Student-Athletes: A Pilot Study

    • Authors: Samantha R. Weber et al.
      Abstract: PURPOSE: To examine the effects of a 4-week biofeedback intervention on coherence, psychological, and performance variables in collegiate student-athletes. METHODS: Thirteen student-athletes were randomly assigned to the intervention (one weekly biofeedback session for 4-weeks) or control group (no sessions). Data were collected at pre and post-intervention using weekly averaged coherence scores, psychological measures for depression, arousal, stress, resiliency, and performance outcome measures. RESULTS: A 3 (Time) x 4 (Week average) repeated measures ANOVA was independently conducted to examine differences between time and weekly coherence average for coherence scores. No significant differences were found for “at rest”, pre, or post-practice coherence scores. A 2 (treatment group) x 4 (Week) repeated measures ANOVAs were independently conducted to examine differences between treatment groups and week average for performance, resilience, and recovery. Significant differences were found for performance by time (p = .029). For the psychological variables, 2 (treatment group) X 2 (Time) repeated measures ANOVAs were independently conducted to examine differences between treatment group and time for CESD, AD-ACL, CSSS, and the ASSQ sleep score and no significant differences were found. CONCLUSIONS: Overall the biofeedback intervention did not improve coherence, psychological, or performance variables between the groups. While the biofeedback intervention did not show significant changes in this pilot study, there is potential for future research to address male participants and a change in timing during the season.
      PubDate: Mon, 06 Jun 2022 08:03:55 PDT
  • The Effects of Vitamin D Supplementation on Athletic Performance and
           Injury Prevention

    • Authors: Amani Adeeb Abushamma
      Abstract: Vitamin D supplementation has numerous effects on athletic performance and plays a significant role in preventing an athlete’s risk of getting injuries. Vitamin D has an impact on numerous physiological functions such as: bone health, muscle function, inflammatory response, and immune function. An athlete’s bone and muscle health are essential for maximum performance and career success. A bone fracture due to vitamin D deficiency can delay an athlete’s training and ultimately inhibit obtaining a collegiate scholarship and/or contract. A cross sectional study found that more than half of athletic trainers did not view 25-hydroxyvitamin D(25[OH]) testing and vitamin D supplementation as a necessary use of athletic program funds. There is disagreement over vitamin D in the applied and clinical setting. Further studies are needed in which a host of variables are investigated regarding the optimal dosages of vitamin D supplements for athletes. The objective of this review is to investigate current research looking at the effects of vitamin D supplementation on athletic performance and injury prevention as well as optimal doses of vitamin D3 for athletes. Adequate vitamin D supplementation can be utilized to prevent and reduce the risk of frequent injuries among athletes.
      PubDate: Mon, 06 Jun 2022 08:03:49 PDT
  • The Relationship Between Grit and Growth Mindset in Professional Athletic
           Training Students

    • Authors: Haleigh M. Gray et al.
      Abstract: Purpose: The demands of athletic training students are substantial between academic and clinical responsibilities creating problems with commitment and retention. Grit and growth mindset have been associated with academic achievement and success; however, little research has assessed the presence of grit and growth mindset within athletic training students. Therefor the purpose of this study was to investigate the differences in grit and growth mindset between athletic training students and non-athletic training students majoring in general health sciences and to assess the relationship between grit and growth mindset in both athletic training students and non-athletic training students. Methods: A cross-sectional study was conducted utilizing a web-based survey to assess demographics, grit and growth mindset in undergraduate students. Univariate analyses and correlations were conducted to determine group comparisons and relationships between variables. Results: A total of 96 undergraduate students participated. Of the respondents 56% were athletic training students, 75% were female, and 83% were Caucasian. There was a significant difference in grit (U=800.50, p=.014) between groups with athletic training students (M=3.70, SD=.408) reporting lower levels of grit than non-athletic training students (M=3.93, SD=.413). Intelligence and talent growth mindset yielded no significant differences. A weak, positive correlation was found between grit and intelligence growth mindset (r=.341, p=.001) as well as between grit and talent growth mindset (r=.342, p=.001). Conclusion: The current study indicated differences in grit between athletic training and non-athletic training students, but not in growth mindset. Further research is needed to identify how these factors influence success and retention within athletic training programs.
      PubDate: Mon, 06 Jun 2022 08:03:40 PDT
  • An Infrapatellar Fat Pad Tear in a High School Football Player: A Case

    • Authors: Brian D. Seiler
      Abstract: Objective: To present a clinical case exploring the occurrence and management of a tear to the infrapatellar fat pad IFP of a high school football player. Background: Acute tears to the IFP are rare. Typically, the IFP becomes impinged (i.e., Hoffa’s disease) through a fall, direct knee trauma, or surgical complications, and requires conservative treatment. Treatment: A 15-year-old high school football player reported to the athletic training clinical complaining of right knee discomfort and the inability to fully flex the knee. The patient stated that during a field goal attempt he missed the ball and hyperextended his right knee. Hoffa’s disease and impingement of the IFP have been well documented, but these injuries have a different mechanism of injury. Uniqueness: More common injuries to the IFP occur because of microtraumas (i.e., Hoffa’s disease) or direct trauma to the knee (i.e., IFP impingement) in older populations. For this patient, the mechanism of injury was non-contact and minimal swelling, and no visual deformity or discoloration were present to suggest an injury. Additionally, the patient was able to complete functional movements with complaining only of “weird tightness” in the knee during extension. Conclusion: Due to the similarity of multiple knee pathologies, unknown mechanisms of injury need to be considered when evaluating the knee structure. Further examination is needed to determine demographic data and the probability of a non-contact injury is to the IFP, especially in pediatric patients.
      PubDate: Mon, 06 Jun 2022 08:03:31 PDT
  • Effects of Caffeine on Agility Tests on One Women's Collegiate
           Volleyball Team

    • Authors: Sarah Monnier et al.
      Abstract: OBJECTIVE
      The purpose of this study was to investigate the effects of caffeine on agility tests (3-step approach,2-hand vertical leap,5-10-5 drill) on a women’s collegiate volleyball team at one Division III institution.MAIN OUTCOME MEASUREMENT
      Vertical jump measuring device measured 3-step approach and 2-hand vertical leap measurements. A stopwatch measured the 5-10-5 drill.
      PubDate: Fri, 06 May 2022 06:52:40 PDT
  • Effects of Rock Steady Boxing on Parkinsons Patients

    • Authors: Hannah Hall et al.
      Abstract: OBJECTIVE
      Rock Steady Boxing’s (non-profit organization) program goal is improving Parkinson’s patients’ quality of life through a non-contact, boxing-based fitness class. The purpose of this study was to investigate the effects of Parkinson’s patients perceived improvement on proprioception from one hospital-based Rock Steady Boxing Program. The program was led by athletic trainers and physical therapists.MAIN.OUTCOME.MEASURE
      Likert scale survey was used with one fill in the blank question.
      PubDate: Fri, 06 May 2022 06:52:37 PDT
  • Comfort Levels of Male Collegiate Student Athletes in Reporting Symptoms
           of Eating Disorders

    • Authors: Maryn Herring et al.
      Abstract: OBJECTIVE
      The purpose of this study was to investigate the comfort levels of male student athletes at a Division III college in reporting symptoms of eating disorders to Athletic Trainers.MAIN OUTCOME MEASUREMENT
      Likert scale questions with one open ended question.
      PubDate: Fri, 06 May 2022 06:52:34 PDT
  • Rodeo Athletes' Perceptions of the Available Onsite Medical Care

    • Authors: Rachel R. Kesterson et al.
      Abstract: OBJECTIVE
      The purpose of this study was to investigate the medical care perceptions of rodeo athletes at one Southwest Ohio rodeo as compared to others.MAIN.OUTCOME.MEASURE
      The survey was made of 23 Likert-scale questions.
      PubDate: Fri, 06 May 2022 06:52:32 PDT
  • Mens' and Womens' DIII Soccer Athletes Anxiety Levels Due to
           Balancing Academic and Team Responsibilities

    • Authors: Kathleen Monnig et al.
      Abstract: OBJECTIVE
      The purpose of this study was to investigate anxiety levels due to balancing academic and team responsibilities in one Division III womens’ and mens’ soccer teams.MAIN.OUTCOME.MEASURE
      5-point,6-point Likert scale.
      PubDate: Fri, 06 May 2022 06:52:29 PDT
  • Effects of TikTok on the Mental Health of Men's and Women's
           Soccer Teams at One Institution

    • Authors: Hayley Suchland et al.
      Abstract: OBJECTIVE
      The purpose of this study was to investigate the effects of the social media platform, TikTok, on the mental health of Division III Men’s and Women’s soccer players at one institution.MAIN.OUTCOME.MEASUREMENT
      Likert scale survey.
      PubDate: Fri, 06 May 2022 06:52:26 PDT
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