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A framework for visual -motor training approaches in rehabilitation. J Orthop . Analysis (The FPPE Project) National Athletic Training Association 67th Annual Meeting;. Baltimore, MD . Foundations of rehabilitation using electrical stimulation.
As the profession of athletic training continues to grow, qualitative research methods will The second section focuses on common data collection and data analysis procedures. . At its foundation, however, qualitative inquiry is interpretive, relies on inductive Second, the project must include the researcher's insights. Missing: visual.
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Russell WR, Nathan P. Athletic trainers should adopt for clinical use only those neuropsychological and postural stability measures with population-specific normative data, test-retest reliability, clinical validity, and sufficient sensitivity and specificity established in the peer-reviewed literature. If all scores have returned to baseline or better, return to full participation can be considered after further clinical evaluation. The athlete's age, sex, primary language, and level of education should be considered when selecting a test battery. Report of the Sports Medicine Committee. Without data linking the severity and type of impacts and the clinical sequelae of single and repeated impacts, specifications for soccer headgear cannot be established scientifically. Another approach is to grade the concussion on the basis of the presence and overall duration of symptoms. Initial evidence has been provided for the structural validity of a self-report concussion symptom scale. Very few investigators have studied sport-related injuries in the youth population, and even fewer focused specifically on sport-related concussion. Brief, uniform compressive stresses are fairly well tolerated by neural tissue, but tension and shearing stresses are very poorly tolerated. In its most severe form, DAI can disrupt the brain-stem centers responsible for breathing, heart rate, and wakefulness. If the athlete is allowed to return home or to the dormitory room, the ATC should counsel a friend, teammate, or parent to closely monitor the athlete.