Gregory R. Miller

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Repetitive motion is one risk factor associated with contraction-induced muscle injury, which leads to skeletal muscle degeneration, inflammation, and dysfunction. Since current methods are unable to quantify the acute degenerative and inflammatory responses of muscle tissue concurrently, the purpose of this study was to quantify the temporal myofiber(More)
The objective of the present study was to investigate the impact of muscle length during stretch-shortening cycles on static and dynamic muscle performance. Animals were randomly assigned to an isometric (control, Con, n = 12), a short-muscle-length (S-Inj, 1.22-2.09 rad, n = 12), or a long-muscle-length (L-Inj, 1.57-2.44 rad, n = 12) group. The dorsiflexor(More)
UNLABELLED One of the factors that can result in musculoskeletal injuries, and time off work, is exposure to repetitive motion. The goal of this study was to determine if skeletal muscle injury induced by exposure to injurious stretch-shortening cycles (iSSCs), resulted in hyperalgesia in the hind limb and changes in calcitonin-gene related peptide (CGRP)(More)
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