Bryce W. Gaunt

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STUDY DESIGN Prospective cohort study using a random selection from an accessible population. OBJECTIVES We examined anthropometric and demographic characteristics affecting distance hopped (DH) and limb symmetry index (LSI) in the crossover hop-for-distance test in uninjured high school athletes. BACKGROUND Between-subject comparisons of hop test(More)
BACKGROUND Active-assistive range of motion exercises to gain shoulder elevation have been subdivided into gravity-minimized and upright-assisted exercises, yet no study has evaluated differences in muscular demands. HYPOTHESIS Compared with gravity-minimized exercises, upright-assisted exercises will generate larger electromyographic (EMG) activity.(More)
SYNOPSIS This manuscript describes the consensus rehabilitation guideline developed by the American Society of Shoulder and Elbow Therapists. The purpose of this guideline is to facilitate clinical decision making during the rehabilitation of patients following arthroscopic anterior capsulolabral repair of the shoulder. This guideline is centered on the(More)
Open shoulder procedures require a deltoid release for proper exposure. Arthroscopic techniques have progressed so that minimally invasive techniques give similar outcomes as more formal open procedures with less risk of morbidity. Arthroscopically assisted open rotator cuff repair offers advantages over open procedures with some diagnostic and(More)
This is a consensus statement on rehabilitation developed by the American Society of Shoulder and Elbow Therapists. The purpose of this statement is to aid clinical decision making during the rehabilitation of patients after arthroscopic rotator cuff repair. The overarching philosophy of rehabilitation is centered on the principle of the gradual application(More)
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