Muscle Injuries in Athletes

@inproceedings{Delos2013MuscleII,
  title={Muscle Injuries in Athletes},
  author={Demetris Delos and Travis G Maak and Scott Alan Rodeo},
  booktitle={Sports health},
  year={2013}
}
CONTEXT Muscle injuries are extremely common in athletes and often produce pain, dysfunction, and the inability to return to practice or competition. Appropriate diagnosis and management can optimize recovery and minimize time to return to play. EVIDENCE ACQUISITION Contemporary papers, both basic science and clinical medicine, that investigate muscle healing were reviewed. A Medline/PubMed search inclusive of years 1948 to 2012 was performed. RESULTS Diagnosis can usually be made according… CONTINUE READING
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