Delmas J Bolin

Learn More
Some 30 million Americans are involved in equestrian sports. Although there is significant literature regarding catastrophic injury, there is very little literature that addresses overuse injury and its effect on rider and horse. As the horse and rider function as a unit, overuse injuries to the rider can affect the horse's training and responsiveness.(More)
Although new technologies aid in making a rapid diagnosis and help predict clinical course of treatment, the diagnosis of stress fractures remains dependent on a high index of suspicion. Management of stress fractures involves clinical knowledge of those stress fractures that are prone to complication. The identification of predisposing factors to stress(More)
OBJECTIVE To present athletic trainers with recommendations for the content and administration of the preparticipation physical examination (PPE) as well as considerations for determining safe participation in sports and identifying disqualifying conditions. BACKGROUND Preparticipation physical examinations have been used routinely for nearly 40 years.(More)
There is much lore about training room treatments for common overuse and traumatic musculoskeletal injuries. This review looks at the evidence behind many of the common transdermal treatments that are purported to reduce pain and inflammation and improve function. These include cryotherapy, laser treatments, electrical stimulation, ultrasound and(More)
OBJECTIVE To determine common sideline practices for the management of clinical information in the collegiate setting and review available literature on sideline documentation. DATA SOURCES A survey was distributed to member schools of the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) to elicit the individual school practices with regard to injury evaluation,(More)
The application of manual techniques to pediatric athletic injuries has been considered alternative medicine. There are many injuries that are associated with loss of normal motion. Altered biomechanics can be readily identified and treated using manual methods. These include articular or thrust techniques, muscle energy, strain-counterstrain, and(More)
  • 1