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Pudendal nerve entrapment in an Ironman athlete: a case report

Objective: To present the diagnostic and clinical features of pudendal nerve entrapment and create awareness amongst clinicians of this rare and painful condition. Clinical Features: A 41-year old male ironman athlete complaining of insidious constant penis pain 12–24h after long distance cycling and pain after sexual intercourse. A diagnosis of “cyclist syndrome” also known as

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Talocalcaneal coalition in a 15 year old female basketball player

This case reports an adolescent athlete with activity related chronic bilateral dorsal foot pain and stiffness. A 15 year old competitive female basketball player presented to a chiropractor subsequent to an unsuccessful course of conservative treatment for posterior tibial dysfunction. The patient’s plain films were incorrectly read as normal and a CT scan obtained by

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Acute compartment syndrome of the foot in a soccer player: a case report

Objective: To present the diagnostic and clinical features including management of acute compartment syndrome (ACS) of the foot and to create a sense of emergency amongst clinicians of this rare and dangerous condition. Clinical Features: A 28-year old male soccer player on acetylsalicylic acid (ASA) and verapamil presented with severe swelling, paresthesia, and pain in

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Intraosseous ganglion cyst of the humeral head in a competitive flat water paddler: case report

Objective: To present the diagnostic and clinical features of an intraosseous ganglion cyst of the humeral head of a female flat water canoe athlete. Clinical Features: An 18-year old female flat water canoeist complaining of right shoulder pain following a strenuous paddling training camp. Intervention and outcome: A trial of passive care was conducted, including

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Utilization of Vascular Restriction Training in post-surgical knee rehabilitation: a case report and introduction to an under-reported training technique

Introduction: The objective of this paper is to introduce a new and reportedly safe training technique, utilizing a vascular restriction stimulus during low intensity rehabilitative exercise and provide a case example within a post-surgical rehabilitation scenario. A brief review of the most commonly reported mechanisms of action behind the purported success of the training stimulus

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