The Active Supination Dorsiflexion Test Guided Therapeutic Intervention for Shin and Calf Pain: A Case Report
Deepak Sebastian, DPT
Article Type: Case Report | First Published: June 29, 2020
A 66-year-old male experienced right sided shin and calf pain of an insidious onset. The duration of pain was 3 months, aggravated by walking and running. He also reported resting pain especially during the night. A detail medical evaluation ruled out the presence of a blood clot and electrolyte imbalance. He was diagnosed as having restless leg syndrome and referred for physical rehabilitation. Initial examination revealed positive findings of comparable local tenderness over the right shin and...
Medical Care Delivery during the World Triathlon Age Group Short Course Championship
Jeffrey S Shilt, MD, Lawrence P Lai, MD, MS, John Georgy, MD, MBA and Indranil Kushare, MD
Article Type: Original Article | First Published: May 08, 2020
Providing medical care in the days leading up to an event for age group athletes in endurance sports can be challenging in large participant events. Little direction is provided in the medical literature to help prepare one for this task. The objective of the report is to describe our experiences with delivery of care to the United States athletes’ preceding and immediately after an International Triathlon Union (ITU) World Triathlon Age Group Championship. This report can guide preparation by...
Validity and Reliability of the Cross-Cultural Arabic Adaptation of the Hip Disability and Osteoarthritis Outcome Score (HOOS)
Awdhah Al-Samhan, MD, BS, Owayed Al-Mutairi, MD, Abdulaziz Al-Kudair, MD and Aliaa Khaja, MD
Article Type: Original Article | First Published: May 13, 2020
110 patients participated in this survey. The internal consistency tests were performed using Cronbach’s alpha. Test-retest reliability (intra-correlation coefficient), convergent construct validity, convergent validity, floor & ceiling effects and responsiveness were also calculated. In order to measure the level of agreement, Bland & Altman Plot, forest Plots and ROC curve analysis are performed. Test reliability for the first testing situation - calculated using Cronbachs alpha - was 0.98 f...
Unique Case of 32-Year-Old Male Presenting with Angiolipoma of an ACL Hamstrings Autograft
Amanda Purcell, Alesia Voice, Katerina Kellar and Mimi Zumwalt
Article Type: Case Report | First Published: April 03, 2020
Angiolipoma is a histological variant of the more common lipoma that may occur superficially throughout the body. After review of recent literature, different cases of angiolipomas were reported within various areas, more so in the upper extremity and truncal regions. Our clinical case demonstrates an extremely rare presentation of a non-infiltrating angiolipoma lesion growing within a hamstrings autograft after anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) reconstruction. There have been a few prior reports...