Michael John Mullaney

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BACKGROUND A high body mass index and previous ankle sprains have been shown to increase the risk of sustaining noncontact inversion ankle sprains in high school football players. HYPOTHESIS(More)
BACKGROUND No consensus exists on the amount of tension that should be applied to anterior cruciate ligament grafts to best facilitate graft incorporation and re-create normal knee mechanics. (More)
BACKGROUND In a previous study, we noted a possible connection between an athlete's weight and risk of ankle sprain. HYPOTHESIS A high body mass index and a history of a previous ankle sprain(More)