Prevention strategies to reduce the incidence of cervical spine injuries in sport, 2 Emergency planning and preparation to increase management efficiency, 3 Maintaining or creating neutral alignment in the cervical spine, 4 Accessing and maintaining the airway, 5 Stabilizing and transferring an athlete with a suspected cervical spine injury, 6 Equipment-related issues in sports such as football, hockey, and lacrosse, 7 Imaging and diagnostic considerations in the emergency department, and 8 The role of hypothermia treatment and high-dose corticosteroids in the acute management of the cervical spine—injured athlete.
Alberti, 4 - 3rd Floor, Genova, Italy, E-mail: Summary Thigh muscles indirect injuries are common finding in soccer and represent a critical challenge for teams medical staffs.
Indirect injuries are classified on the basis of their site and their clinical and radiological findings, but the assessment of a precise prognosis remains a crucial point. Both ultrasound US and magnetic resonance MR represent effective techniques not only to detect indirect injuries but also to accurately determine severity, location, and, consequently, the prognosis.
In this setting, our aim is to review imaging findings of professional athletes muscle tears at three time points 3 days, 2 weeks, and 4 weeks after the time of injury and, further, to investigate the correlation between tears extent and lay-off time of the athletes.
Combined US-MR assessment could be helpful in the management of thigh muscles indirect injuries providing accurate information about the site, the extent, and the healing process.
Hence, if thigh muscles injuries are not critical for the common athlete, at top level an accurate management is mandatory. Usually, history and clinical examination lead to the diagnosis: Recently, team medical staffs increased requests of imaging evaluation, in order to confirm injury, determine its extent and its severity, provide a comprehensive assessment of the muscle-tendon-bone chain and help the physician to establish a precise prognosis reducing the risk of recurrence.
In this setting, magnetic resonance MR and ultrasound US play a determinant role in the classification of such findings 1459 — With this study we evaluated MR and US in the assessment of both the acute phase and the healing phase of thigh muscles indirect injuries in a cohort of professional soccer players.
Further, we investigate the association between the extent of thigh muscles tears and the amount of time lost from competition. Methods and Materials Study population This retrospective study was conducted in accordance with the declaration of Helsinki.
Approval of the institutional review board was obtained. Three professional Italian soccer teams 84 males, mean age: Full demographics data are reported in Table 1. The athletes used to carry out a weekly activity based on 5 days of 2—3 hours of training, 1 day to dispute the match and 1 day for rest.
Team medical staff sent players to our centre for imaging evaluation if clinical findings of thigh muscles injuries were detected. Our imaging protocol was composed by three combined US-MR examinations: In case of negative findings no further follow-up was conducted.
All injured players underwent the same rehabilitative protocol for muscular lesion adopted by the three different club medical staffs, consisting in protection, rest, ice, compression, elevation PRICE protocol, physical therapy, isometric to isotonic exercises, strength and functional specific rehabilitation 2 The staff let the athletes return to play when the healing process was considered completed by imaging validation and functional and isokinetic testing on the injured muscle, and the strength imbalances have been corrected.National Athletic Trainers' Association Position Statement: Acute Management of the Cervical Spine–Injured Athlete During the initial assessment of an injured athlete suspected of having a potentially catastrophic cervical spine injury, the presence of any or all of the following 4 clinical indicators warrants the activation of the spine.
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