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Effectiveness of Active Rehabilitation Program on SportsHernia: Randomized Control Trial. To determine whether an active rehabilitation program that involves repetitive effortful muscle contractions, including core stability, balancing exercises, progressive resistance exercises, and running activities, after a sportshernia, is effective.Forty soccer players with sportshernias were randomly divided into two equal groups: group A (active rehabilitation program) and group B (conventional (...) was effective for sportshernia management measured by a decrease in pain and the return to sports.
Performance and Return to Sport After SportsHernia Surgery in NFL Players Recognition, diagnosis, and treatment of athletic pubalgia (AP), also known as sportshernia, once underrecognized and undertreated in professional football, are becoming more common. Surgery as the final treatment for sportshernia when nonsurgical treatment fails remains controversial. Given the money involved and popularity of the National Football League (NFL), it is important to understand surgical outcomes (...) in this patient population.After AP surgery, players would: (1) return to sport (RTS) at a greater than 90% rate, (2) play fewer games for fewer years than matched controls, (3) have no difference in performance compared with before AP surgery, and (4) have no difference in performance versus matched controls.Cohort study; Level of evidence, 3.Internet-based injury reports identified players who underwent AP surgery from January 1996 to August 2015. Demographic and performance data were collected for each
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SportsHernia/Athletic Pubalgia Among Women "Athletic pubalgia," a term that has gained acceptance over "sportshernia," is more common in men than women; however, it represents a significant source of morbidity for patients of both sexes. Inconsistent terminology surrounding this entity poses a diagnostic challenge and makes studying the populations at risk difficult.To review a case series of women with athletic pubalgia by analyzing their presentations, concomitant pathologies, and surgical (...) ; the remaining 8 had athletic pubalgia in combination with ≥1 inguinal, obturator, and femoral hernias. Regarding female patients in both groups, 88.2% reported that the surgery was a success at follow-up.Surgical repair of athletic pubalgia among women is successful in dramatically reducing pain levels in this important subset of patients.
Mini-open Incision SportsHernia Repair: A Surgical Technique for Core Muscle Injury One cause of groin pain in highly active patients may be a core muscle injury, commonly referred to as sportshernia. When patients fail nonoperative management, there are a number of surgical options that may be pursued. Typically, they will involve the direct repair of the rectus abdominis back to the pubis. However, we believe that this repair can be further strengthened by the appropriate lengthening
subluxation or dislocation, labral tears, chondral injuries, and fractures. Chronic/overuse causes include bursitis, tendonitis, athletic pubalgia (sportshernia), osteitis pubis, snapping hip syndrome, and stress fractures. Holderbaum D, Haqqi TM, Moskowitz RW. Genetics and osteoarthritis: exposing the iceberg. Arthritis Rheum. 1999;42:397-405. http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/1529-0131%28199904%2942:3%3C397::AID-ANR1%3E3.0.CO;2-X/pdf http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/10088759?tool (...) Overview of sport-related injuries Overview of sport-related injuries - Summary of relevant conditions | BMJ Best Practice You'll need a subscription to access all of BMJ Best Practice Search Overview of sport-related injuries Last reviewed: February 2019 Last updated: July 2018 Introduction Sport-related injuries may be generally categorised as acute or chronic; the range of medical conditions potentially resulting from sport- or exercise-related injuries is wide. More than 90% of all sport
Same-day surgery for femoral, inguinal and umbilical hernia repair in adults [Type text] Same-day surgery for femoral, inguinal and umbilical hernia repair in adults Final Report February 2017 Same-day surgery for hernia repair i Contents Executive Summary 1 Introduction 1 Methods 1 Results and Conclusions 1 Recommendations 3 Background 4 Introduction 4 Project scope 4 Research questions 4 PICO criteria 5 Established knowledge 6 Results 9 Question 1: What is the safety and effectiveness of same (...) -day surgery for inguinal, femoral and umbilical hernia repair compared to surgery with at least one night stay in hospital? 9 Identification of literature 9 GRADE of the evidence-base 9 Results: inguinal hernia repair 10 Results: femoral hernia repair 10 Results: umbilical hernia repair 11 Summary 11 Question 2: What length of hospital stay does evidence-based Australian or international clinical practice guidelines recommend for surgical treatment of inguinal, femoral or umbilical hernia repair
Randomized clinical trial of open suture repair versus totally extraperitoneal repair for treatment of sportsman`s hernia Sportsman's hernia/athletic pubalgia is a recognized cause of chronic groin pain in athletes. Both open and laparoscopic surgical repairs have been described for treatment, but there are no comparative studies. The hypothesis here was that relief of pain would be achieved earlier in patients treated with open minimal suture repair than totally extraperitoneal repair.A (...) randomized multicentre trial in four European countries was conducted to compare open minimal suture repair with totally extraperitoneal repair. The primary endpoint was complete relief of pain (visual analogue scale (VAS) score 20 or less on a scale from 0 to 100 mm) at 1 month. Secondary endpoints included complications, time to return to sporting activity, and number of patients returning to sport within 1 year.A total of 65 athletes (92 per cent men) with a median age of 29 years were enrolled (31
Diagnosis of Groin Pain Associated With SportsHernia Using Dynamic Ultrasound and Physical Examination: A Case Report Groin pain in athletes is a complex diagnostic and therapeutic challenge. Sportshernia is one of the common causes of groin pain. We report a case of sportshernia, initially presented as groin pain and aggravated by sports activity. A 19-year-old soccer player visited the outpatient department of general surgery and was referred to the rehabilitation center due (...) to no abnormalities detected in the abdomen and pelvis by computed tomography. An incipient direct bulge of the posterior inguinal wall was detected with dynamic ultrasound when abdominal tension was induced by raising both legs during a full inhalation. Surgery was performed and preoperatively both groins showed the presence of inguinal hernia. Diagnosing sportshernia is very challenging. Through careful history documentation and physical examination followed by dynamic ultrasonography, we identified his
Sportshernia and femoroacetabular impingement in athletes: A systematic review. To investigate the association between sportshernias and femoroacetabular impingement (FAI) in athletes.PubMed, MEDLINE, CINAHL, Embase, Cochrane Controlled Trials Register, and Google Scholar databases were electronically searched for articles relating to sportshernia, athletic pubalgia, groin pain, long-standing adductor-related groin pain, Gilmore groin, adductor pain syndrome, and FAI. The initial search (...) identified 196 studies, of which only articles reporting on the association of sportshernia and FAI or laparoscopic treatment of sportshernia were selected for systematic review. Finally, 24 studies were reviewed to evaluate the prevalence of FAI in cases of sportshernia and examine treatment outcomes and evidence for a common underlying pathogenic mechanism.FAI has been reported in as few as 12% to as high as 94% of patients with sportshernias, athletic pubalgia or adductor-related groin pain. Cam
Sportshernia: a clinical update 23561792 2013 12 16 2018 11 13 1478-5242 63 608 2013 Mar The British journal of general practice : the journal of the Royal College of General Practitioners Br J Gen Pract Sportshernia: a clinical update. e235-7 10.3399/bjgp13X664432 Brown Ashley A Department of Surgery, Northwick Park Hospital, UK. email@example.com Abrahams Solomon S Remedios Denis D Chadwick Stephen J SJ eng Journal Article England Br J Gen Pract 9005323 0960-1643 IM Adult Athletic (...) Injuries etiology Diagnosis, Differential Female Hernia, Inguinal diagnosis etiology therapy Herniorrhaphy methods Humans Male Medical History Taking Physical Examination 2013 4 9 6 0 2013 4 9 6 0 2013 12 18 6 0 ppublish 23561792 10.3399/bjgp13X664432 PMC3582984 Am J Sports Med. 2000 Jan-Feb;28(1):2-8 10653536 Curr Sports Med Rep. 2007 Dec;6(6):354-61 18001606 J Laparoendosc Adv Surg Tech A. 2008 Oct;18(5):669-72 18699749 Surgery. 2011 Jul;150(1):99-107 21549403 Br J Sports Med. 2008 Dec;42(12):954-64
Effect of PNF and Lumbar Stabilization Exercises on Muscle Strength and Endurance in Lumbar Disc Hernia Effect of PNF and Lumbar Stabilization Exercises on Muscle Strength and Endurance in Lumbar Disc Hernia - Full Text View - ClinicalTrials.gov Hide glossary Glossary Study record managers: refer to the if submitting registration or results information. Search for terms x × Study Record Detail Saved Studies Save this study Warning You have reached the maximum number of saved studies (100 (...) ). Please remove one or more studies before adding more. Effect of PNF and Lumbar Stabilization Exercises on Muscle Strength and Endurance in Lumbar Disc Hernia (PNF) The safety and scientific validity of this study is the responsibility of the study sponsor and investigators. Listing a study does not mean it has been evaluated by the U.S. Federal Government. Read our for details. ClinicalTrials.gov Identifier: NCT03651440 Recruitment Status : Completed First Posted : August 29, 2018 Last Update Posted
Long-term follow-up on recovery, return to use and sporting activity: a retrospective study of 236 operated colic horses in Finland (2006â€“2012) Surgical treatment of colic is expensive and complications may occur. Information on the prognosis and the use of the horse after surgery for colic is important for surgeons and owners. Current literature on return to athletic function after celiotomy is limited. The present study reviewed surgical cases of the Veterinary Teaching Hospital, Helsinki (...) , location of the abdominal lesion (small vs. large intestine), incidence of postoperative colic, surgical site infection, incisional hernia or convalescence time after surgery, did not significantly affect the probability of performing in the previous or intended discipline after the surgery. A majority of the discharged horses (83.7%) was able to perform in the previous or intended discipline and 78.5% regained their former or higher level of performance. Operated horses had 0.18 colic episodes per
and professional athletes with sports-related groin pain who underwent ultrasound were selected based on history and examination. Patients with prior groin surgery or hip pathology were excluded. Clinical and surgical documentation were correlated with imaging. The study group was compared with 41 age-matched asymptomatic athletes.Ultrasound was positive for hernia with movement of bowel, bladder, or omental tissue anterior to the inferior epigastric vessels during Valsalva maneuver. The 47-patient symptomatic (...) included 3 patients with direct inguinal hernias, 2 with indirect inguinal hernias, and 3 with femoral hernias.Inguinal hernias are a major component of groin pain in athletes. Prevalence of direct inguinal hernia in symptomatic athletes was greater than that for controls ( P < 0.001). Surgery was successful in returning these athletes to sport: 39 of 42 (93%) athletes with groin pain and inguinal hernia became asymptomatic.Persistent groin pain in the athlete may relate to inguinal hernia, which can
Treatment of athletes with symptomatic intra-articular hip pathology and athletic pubalgia/sportshernia: a case series. The purpose of the study was to evaluate the results of surgical treatment in athletes with associated intra-articular hip pathology and extra-articular sports pubalgia.Between December 2003 and September 2009, 37 hips (mean patient age, 25 years) were diagnosed with both symptomatic athletic pubalgia and symptomatic intra-articular hip joint pathology. There were 8 (...) professional athletes, 15 collegiate athletes, 5 elite high school athletes, and 9 competitive club athletes. Outcomes included an evaluation regarding return to sports and modified Harris Hip Score, Short Form 12 score, and visual analog scale score.We evaluated 37 hips at a mean of 29 months (range, 12 to 78 months) after the index surgery. Thirty-one hips underwent thirty-five athletic pubalgia surgeries. Hip arthroscopy was performed in 32 hips (30 cases of femoroacetabular impingement treatment, 1
groin (inguinal disruption).The study is being conducted in a high-volume, single centre hospital with specialty in TEP hernia repair. Patients over 18 years, suffering from inguinal pain for at least 3 months during or after playing sports, and whom have not undergone previous inguinal surgery and have received no benefit from physiotherapy are eligible for inclusion. Patients with any another cause of inguinal pain, proven by physical examination, inguinal ultrasound, X-pelvis/hip or MRI (...) are excluded.Primary outcome is reduction in pain after 3 months. Secondary outcomes are pain reduction, physical functioning, and resumption of sport (in frequency and intensity).An unrestricted research grant for general study purposes was assigned to the Hernia Centre. This study itself is not directly subject to the above mentioned research grant or any other financial sponsorship. We intend to publish the outcome of the study, regardless of the findings. All authors will give final approval of the manuscript
), noninstability shoulder arthroscopy (ie, shoulder arthroscopy procedure to address pathology other than shoulder instability), knee arthroscopy, and sportshernia repair (P = 0.002, 0.009, 0.03, and 0.01, respectively). The number of games played for seasons 2 and 3 after surgery was significantly decreased for both HA and noninstability shoulder arthroscopy (P = 0.01 and 0.001, respectively). Short-term postoperative performance scores were significantly decreased for HA, noninstability shoulder arthroscopy (...) Performance Outcomes and Return-to-Sport Rate of National Hockey League Athletes Vary After Common Orthopedic Surgical Procedures. Evaluate performance-based outcomes and return-to-sport rate in National Hockey League (NHL) athletes.Retrospective cohort study.Public records. No direct patient care was provided.National Hockey League athletes who underwent different orthopedic procedures were identified using public records. Three hundred thirty-seven athletes met inclusion criteria.Common