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jan-dec 2021


The 2021 Annual Index lists articles by regular department, author, and subject. One- or two-letter codes after articles in the author and subject sections indicate the article type:

BR: Brief Report
CL: Clinical Review
CM: Commentary
CQ: Clinical Quiz
CR: Case Report
CT: Clinical Techniques
EN: Editor's Notes
EX: Exercise Adviser
F: Feature
GE: Guest Editorial
NB: News Briefs
PA: Patient Adviser
R: Research
XM: Exercise Is Medicine

DEPARTMENT

Clinical Techniques
Field care of the injured tooth, Jan, p 101-102
A custom face mask for sports, Feb, p 128-130
Automated external defibrillators: selection and use, Mar, p 112-114
Sideline airway access: emergency cricothyrotomy, Apr, p 113-114
A 'three-way' splint for acute ankle injury, Jun, p 99-100
Lateral epicondylitis injection, Jul, p 93-94
Self-reduction of anterior shoulder dislocation, Nov, p 65-66

Editor's Notes
Tradition and trajectory, Jan, p 3
Team doc's life no bed of roses, Feb, p 7
Learning, the Web's potential, Mar, p 3
Life-threatening emergencies: are you ready?, Apr, p 7-8
Exercise: answering a cancer patient's call, May, p 5
Positive coaching: for the love of sports—and kids, Jun, p 7
Risk taking: can we strike a balance?, Jul, p 3
The real Olympic story, Sep, p 3
Healthy People 2010: steps in the right direction, Oct, p7-8
Is exercise brain food?, Nov, p 5
Athletic gain at what cost?, Dec, p 7

News Briefs
Referring patients to personal trainers: benefits and pitfalls, Jan, p 16-21
Exercise trends for the new millennium, Jan, p 21
IOC passes doping reforms, Feb, p 23-24
The sports medicine community remembers Gail Butterfield, Feb, p 26
Osteoporosis management: what's on the cutting edge?, Mar, p 15-19
Baseball-funded 'andro' study shows testosterone increase, Mar, p 19-20
Growth hormone doping: the search for a test, Apr, p 16-18
AAP calls for ban on checking in youth hockey, Apr, p 19
Pain and injury are real in professional wrestling, May, p 15-18
Healthy aging or anti-aging? diverse philosophies emerge, Jun, p 15-20
Motor sports medicine: from the extreme to mainstream, Jul, p 11-15
Sports medicine alliance focuses on team physician issues, Jul, p 16
Are your patients asking about prolotherapy?, Aug, p 15-17
Medical coverage of Wimbledon, Aug, p 18
Australian sports medicine specialty faces political hurdles, Sep, p 15-17
Will new helmet features reduce football injuries?, Nov, p 25-27
When to suspect muscle dysmorphia: bringing the 'Adonis complex' to light, Dec, p 19-26

AUTHOR

Ainsworth BE: Physical activity patterns in women, Oct, p 25-26, BR
Alkhayarin M: see Stephens M, Dec, p 35-44
Andersen RE: see McKinney R, Oct, p 71-72
Andersen RE: Healthy People 2010: steps in the right direction, Oct, p 7-8, EN
Andersen RE: What can physicians do about obesity?, Oct, p 15-16, BR
Arnold T: A perioperative rehabilitation program for anterior cruciate ligament surgery, Jan, p 31-44, CL

Backer HD: Giardiasis: an elusive cause of gastrointestinal distress, Jul, p 46-57, CL
Bar-Or O: Juvenile obesity, physical activity, and lifestyle changes: cornerstones for prevention and management, Nov, p 51-58, CL
Beamer BA: Exercise to prevent and treat diabetes mellitus, Oct, p 85-86, BR
Beck BR: Osteoporosis: understanding key risk factors and therapeutic options, Feb, p 69-84, CL
Bernstein J: Meniscal tears of the knee: diagnosis and individualized treatment, Mar, p 83-90, CL
Boden BP: Etiology and prevention of noncontact ACL injury, Apr, p 53-60, CL
Bonar F: see Khan KM, May, p 38-48
Brone S: see Sandor R, Sep, p 83-84

Cantwell JD: A 'sensitive heart' in a tennis player, Feb, p 109-111, CQ
Chou LB: Disorders of the first metatarsophalangeal joint: diagnosis of great-toe pain, Jul, p 32-45, CL
Christensen C: see Jones CS, Jul, p 61-72
Christmas C: Fitness for reducing osteoporosis, Oct, p 33-34, BR
Ciocca M Jr: Pneumothorax in a weight lifter: the importance of vigilance, Apr, p 97-103, CR
Cohen RS: Life expectancy of major league baseball umpires, May, p 83-89, R
Colberg SR: Exercise and diabetes control: a winning combination, Apr, p 63-81, CL; (correction) Jun, p 29
Cook JL: see Khan KM, May, p 38-48
Cook JL: Overuse tendinosis, not tendinitis, part 2: applying the new approach to patellar tendinopathy, Jun, p 31-46, CL
Cosgarea AJ: see McFarland EG, Mar, p 40-52
Courneya KS: Coping with cancer: can exercise help?, May, p 49-73, CL
Crespo CJ: Encouraging physical activity in minorities: eliminating disparities by 2010, Oct, p 36-51, CL
Curtin SM: see Tucker AM, Aug, p 23-32

Davis JL: Sun and active patients: preventing acute and cumulative skin damage, Jul, p 79-85, CL
DeBenedictis L: see Fredericson M, Feb, p 52-68
DiPietro L: Exercise: a prescription to delay the effects of aging, Oct, p 77-78, BR
Draznin MB: Type 1 diabetes and sports participation: strategies for training and competing safely, Dec, p 49-56, CL
Duffy FD: How to counsel patients about exercise: an office-friendly approach, Oct, p 53-58, CL
Dziura J: see DiPietro L, Oct, p 77-78

Esenkaya I: Bilateral anterior shoulder dislocation in a weight lifter, Mar, p 93-100, CR
Everhart-McDonald MA: How to keep scuba diving safe, May, p 94-96, EX

Flinn SD: Seizure after exercise in the heat: recognizing life-threatening hyponatremia, Sep, p 61-67, CR
Fontaine KR: Physical activity improves mental health, Oct, p 83-84, BR
Fox BJ: see Morgan GD, Dec, p 59-60
Franckowiak : New exercise options for sedentary patients, Oct, p 56-57, BR
Franklin BA: Avoiding repeat cardiac events: the ABCDESs of tertiary prevention, Sep, p 31-58, CL
Franklin BA: Reducing the risk of heart disease and stroke, Oct, p 19-20, 26, BR
Fredericson M: Quick solutions for iliotibial band syndrome, Feb, p 52-68, CL
Fu FH: see Martinek V, Feb, p 34-51

Ganley T: Exercise and children's health: a little counseling can pay lasting dividends, Feb, p 85-92, EM; (letter) Jun, p 29
Ganley T: Exercise: kids go for it, Feb, p 97, EX
Garrett WE Jr: see Boden BP, Apr, p 53-60
Gens DR: see Tucker AM, Aug, p 23-32
Gossal K: see Schrier I, Aug, p 57-63
Greenslade RA: Presumed infectious mononucleosis in a college basketball player, Jun, p 79-86, CR
Griffin LY: see Boden BP, Apr, p 53-60
Guillet M: see Fredericson M, Feb, p 52-68

Harrington S: Idiopathic transient osteoporosis: a hidden cause of hip pain, Apr, p 82-96, CL
Huard J: see Martinek V, Feb, p 34-51

Ives JC: Beyond the mind-body exercise hype, Mar, p 67-81, CL

Jones CS: Weight training injury trends: a 20-year survey, Jul, p 61-72, R
Jones LW: see Courneya KS, May, p 49-73
Jordan BD: see Matser EJT, Jan, p 87-92
Joy EA: Baby workout buddies: obstacle or opportunity?, May, p 106, GE
Joy EA: Self-reduction of anterior shoulder dislocation, Nov, p 65-66, CT

Kamps CA: see Cohen RS, May, p 83-89
Kannus P: Immobilization or early mobilization after an acute soft-tissue injury?, Mar, p 55-63, CL
Karlson KA: Rowing injuries: identifying and treating musculoskeletal and nonmusculoskeletal conditions, Apr, p 40-50, CL
Kendrick ZV: Decreasing activity limits for asthma patients, Oct, p 75-76, BR
Kessels AGH: see Matser EJT, Jan, p 87-92
Khan KM: see Cook JL, Jun, p 31-46
Khan KM: Overuse tendinosis, not tendinitis, part 1: a new paradigm for a difficult clinical problem, May, p 38-48, CL
Klausner VB: The sinus tarsi syndrome: a cause of chronic ankle pain, May, p 75-80, CL
Kokoska S: see Cohen RS, May, p 83-89
Koziris L: Anabolic-androgenic steroid abuse, Dec, p 67-68, BR
Koziris L: Reducing alcohol abuse in active patients, Dec, p 65-66, BR

Lacroix VJ: A complete approach to groin pain, Jan, p 66-86, CL
Laskowski E: see Harrington S, Apr, p 82-96
Lezak MD: see Matser EJT, Jan, p 87-92

Macera CA: see Pratt M, Oct, p 63-70
Mackey JR: see Courneya KS, May, p 49-73
Maffulli N: see Cook JL, Jun, p 31-46
Mamanee P: see McFarland EG, Mar, p 40-52
Marcus BH: see Napolitano MA, Oct, p 88-93
Martinek V: Gene therapy and tissue engineering in sports medicine, Feb, p 34-51, CL
Matheson GO: Exercise: answering a cancer patient's call, May, p 5, EN
Matheson GO: Athletic gain at what cost?, Dec, p 7, EN
Matheson GO: Is exercise brain food?, Nov, p 5, EN
Matheson GO: Learning, the Web's potential, Mar, p 3, EN
Matheson GO: Life-threatening emergencies: are you ready?, Apr, p 7-8, EN
Matheson GO: Positive coaching: for the love of sports—and kids, Jun, p 7, EN
Matheson GO: Risk taking: can we strike a balance?, Jul, p 3, EN
Matheson GO: Team doc's life no bed of roses, Feb, p 7, EN
Matheson GO: The real Olympic story, Sep, p 3, EN
Matheson GO: Tradition and trajectory, Jan, p 3, EN
Matser EJT: Acute traumatic brain injury in amateur boxing, Jan, p 87-92, R
Mayers LB: A guide to treating Ironman triathletes at the finish line, Aug, p 35-50, CL
McFarland EG: Olecranon and prepatellar bursitis: treating acute, chronic, and inflamed, Mar, p 40-52, CL
McKeag DB: see Paluska SA, Feb, p 101-104, 112
McKeigue ME: see Klausner VB, May, p 75-80
McKinney R: Exercise benefits patients with osteoarthritis, Oct, p 71-72, BR
McPeak H: see Vincent GM, Nov, p 31-39
Miller A: see Petrizzi MJ, Jun, p 99-100
Morgan GD: Promoting cessation of tobacco use, Dec, p 59-60, BR

Napolitano MA: Breaking barriers to increased physical activity, Oct, p 88-93, BR
Noakes TD: see Mayers LB, Aug, p 35-50
Noakes TD: Hyponatremia in distance athletes: pulling the IV on the 'dehydration myth', Sep, p 71-76, CM

Paluska SA: Progressive knee pain in a young football player, Feb, p 101-104, 112, CR
Petrizzi MG: see Petrizzi MJ, Jun, p 99-100
Petrizzi MJ: A 'three-way' splint for acute ankle injury, Jun, p 99-100, CT
Pratt M: Higher direct medical costs associated with physical inactivity, Oct, p 63-70, R
Prout BK: see Putukian M, Feb, p 128-130
Purdham C: see Cook JL, Jun, p 31-46
Putukian M: A custom face mask for sports, Feb, p 128-130, CT

Queale WS: see McFarland EG, Mar, p 40-52

Roberts WO: Field care of the injured tooth, Jan, p 101-102, CT
Roberts WO: Lateral epicondylitis injection, Jul, p 93-94, CT
Roberts WO: Sideline airway access: emergency cricothyrotomy, Apr, p 113-114, CT
Roos R: Noninvasive detection of coronary artery disease: can the new imaging techniques help?, Jan, p 50-64, F
Rubin A: Automated external defibrillators: selection and use, Mar, p 112-114, CT

Sallis JF: Overcoming inactivity in young people, Oct, p 31-32, BR
Sanders W: see Franklin BA, Oct, p 19-20, 26
Sandor R: Adhesive capsulitis: optimal treatment of 'frozen shoulder', Sep, p 23-29, CL
Sandor R: Exercising the frozen shoulder, Sep, p 83-84, PA
Schnirring L: see Duffy FD, Oct, p 53-58
Schnirring L: AAP calls for ban on checking in youth hockey, Apr, p 19, NB
Schnirring L: Aug, p 15-17, NB
Schnirring L: Australian sports medicine specialty faces political hurdles, Sep, p 15-17, NB
Schnirring L: Baseball-funded 'andro' study shows testosterone increase, Mar, p 19-20, NB
Schnirring L: Exercise trends for the new millennium, Jan, p 21, NB
Schnirring L: Growth hormone doping: the search for a test, Apr, p 16-18, NB
Schnirring L: Healthy aging or anti-aging? diverse philosophies emerge, Jun, p 15-20, NB
Schnirring L: IOC passes doping reforms, Feb, p 23-24, NB
Schnirring L: Medical coverage of Wimbledon, Aug, p 18, NB
Schnirring L: Motor sports medicine: from the extreme to mainstream, Jul, p 11-15, NB
Schnirring L: Osteoporosis management: what's on the cutting edge?, Mar, p 15-19, NB
Schnirring L: Pain and injury are real in professional wrestling, May, p 15-18, NB
Schnirring L: Referring patients to personal trainers: benefits and pitfalls, Jan, p 16-21, NB
Schnirring L: Sports medicine alliance focuses on team physician issues, Jul, p 16, NB
Schnirring L: The sports medicine community remembers Gail Butterfield, Feb, p 26, NB
Schnirring L: When to suspect muscle dysmorphia: bringing the 'Adonis complex' to light, Dec, p 19-26, NB
Schnirring L: Will new helmet features reduce football injuries?, Nov, p 25-27, NB
Schwenk TL: Alcohol use in adolescents: the scope of the problem and strategies for intervention, Jun, p 71-76, CR
Segal EM: see Cohen RS, May, p 83-89
Shelbourne KD: see Arnold T, Jan, p 31-44
Shephard RJ: see Franklin BA, Sep, p 31-58
Sherer RJ: see Flinn SD, Sep, p 61-67
Sherman C: see Ganley T, Feb, p 85-92
Sherman C: see Ganley T, Feb, p 97
Sherman C: Which sports when?, Feb, p 90-91, EX; (letter) Jun, p 29
Shoemaker MR: see Beck BR, Feb, p 69-84
Shrier I: Myths and truths of stretching: individualized recommendations for healthy muscles, Aug, p 57-63, CL
Smith J: see Harrington S, Apr, p 82-96
Sosnoff J: see Ives JC, Mar, p 67-81
Stamford B: Staying motivated to exercise, Feb, p 117-118, EX
Stephens M: Osteolysis of the distal clavicle: readily detected and treated shoulder pain, Dec, p 35-44, CL
Stewart KJ: Exercise guidance in hypertension, Oct, p 81-82, BR
Swain DP: see Colberg SR, Apr, p 63-81

Tarbet JA: see Stephens M, Dec, p 35-44
Taunton JE: see Khan KM, May, p 38-48
Thompson J: see Harrington S, Apr, p 82-96
Troost J: see Matser EJT, Jan, p 87-92
Tucker AM: Pneumothorax in sports: issues in recognition and follow-up care, Aug, p 23-32, CR
Tucker JB: see Cohen RS, May, p 83-89
Türkmen IM: see Esenkaya I, Mar, p 93-100
Tuygun H: see Esenkaya I, Mar, p 93-100

Vincent GM: Commotio cordis: a deadly consequence of chest trauma, Nov, p 31-39, CL
Vinger PF: A practical guide for sports eye protection, Jun, p 49-69, CL

Wang G: see Pratt M, Oct, p 63-70
Wickliffe CW: see Cantwell JD, Feb, p 109-111
Wolin PM: see Stephens M, Dec, p 35-44
Wroble RR: Articular cartilage injury and autologous chondrocyte implantation: which patients might benefit?, Nov, p 43-49, CL

Young M: see Jones CS, Jul, p 61-72

SUBJECT

Abrasion
Rowing injuries: identifying and treating musculoskeletal and nonmusculoskeletal conditions, Apr, p 40-50, CL
ACE inhibitors
Avoiding repeat cardiac events: the ABCDESs of tertiary prevention, Sep, p 31-58, CL
Acromioclavicular joint: see Shoulder
Addiction
Promoting cessation of tobacco use, Dec, p 59-60, BR
Reducing alcohol abuse in active patients, Dec, p 65-66, BR
Adhesive capsulitis
Adhesive capsulitis: optimal treatment of 'frozen shoulder', Sep, p 23-29, CL
Exercising the frozen shoulder, Sep, p 83-84, PA
Adolescents
AAP calls for ban on checking in youth hockey, Apr, p 19, NB
Alcohol use in adolescents: the scope of the problem and strategies for intervention, Jun, p 71-76, CR
Alcohol use in adolescents: the scope of the problem and strategies for intervention, Jun, p 71-76, CR
Commotio cordis: a deadly consequence of chest trauma, Nov, p 31-39, CL
Decreasing activity limits for asthma patients, Oct, p 75-76, BR
Juvenile obesity, physical activity, and lifestyle changes: cornerstones for prevention and management, Nov, p 51-58, CL
Overcoming inactivity in young people, Oct, p 31-32, BR
Positive coaching: for the love of sports—and kids, Jun, p 7, EN
Adonis complex: see Muscle dysmorphia
Advanced cardiac life support
Automated external defibrillators: selection and use, Mar, p 112-114, CT
Commotio cordis: a deadly consequence of chest trauma, Nov, p 31-39, CL
Aging: see Older patients
Airway
Sideline airway access: emergency cricothyrotomy, Apr, p 113-114, CT
Alcohol
Alcohol use in adolescents: the scope of the problem and strategies for intervention, Jun, p 71-76, CR
Reducing alcohol abuse in active patients, Dec, p 65-66, BR
Alternative medicine
Are your patients asking about prolotherapy?, Aug, p 15-17, NB
Beyond the mind-body exercise hype, Mar, p 67-81, CL
Anabolic steroids
Anabolic-androgenic steroid abuse, Dec, p 67-68, BR
Baseball-funded 'andro' study shows testosterone increase, Mar, p 19-20, NB
When to suspect muscle dysmorphia: bringing the 'Adonis complex' to light, Dec, p 19-26, NB
Androstenedione
Baseball-funded 'andro' study shows testosterone increase, Mar, p 19-20, NB
Angina: see Chest pain
Ankle
A 'three-way' splint for acute ankle injury, Jun, p 99-100, CT
The sinus tarsi syndrome: a cause of chronic ankle pain, May, p 75-80, CL
Anterior cruciate ligament: see Knee
Anti-aging
Healthy aging or anti-aging? diverse philosophies emerge, Jun, p 15-20, NB
Antiplatelets and anticoagulants
Avoiding repeat cardiac events: the ABCDESs of tertiary prevention, Sep, p 31-58, CL
Arm
Rowing injuries: identifying and treating musculoskeletal and nonmusculoskeletal conditions, Apr, p 40-50, CL
Arrhythmia: see also specific diagnosis
Commotio cordis: a deadly consequence of chest trauma, Nov, p 31-39, CL
Arthritis
Exercise benefits patients with osteoarthritis, Oct, p 71-72, BR
Articular cartilage
Articular cartilage injury and autologous chondrocyte implantation: which patients might benefit?, Nov, p 43-49, CL
Asthma
Decreasing activity limits for asthma patients, Oct, p 75-76, BR
Auto racing: see Motor sports
Automatic external defibrillator: see Defibrillator
Avulsion
A 'three-way' splint for acute ankle injury, Jun, p 99-100, CT

Back pain
Pain and injury are real in professional wrestling, May, p 15-18, NB
Rowing injuries: identifying and treating musculoskeletal and nonmusculoskeletal conditions, Apr, p 40-50, CL
Backpacks, baby: see Child carriers
Bacterial infection: see Infection
Barriers to exercise: see Exercise motivation
Baseball
Life expectancy of major league baseball umpires, May, p 83-89, R
Bends: see Decompression sickness
Beta-blocker
Avoiding repeat cardiac events: the ABCDESs of tertiary prevention, Sep, p 31-58, CL
Binge drinking: see Alcohol
Bodybuilding: see Strength training, Ergogenic drugs, Ergogenic nutrition
Bone density
Osteolysis of the distal clavicle: readily detected and treated shoulder pain, Dec, p 35-44, CL
Osteoporosis: understanding key risk factors and therapeutic options, Feb, p 69-84, CL
Bone density: see Osteoporosis
Bone growth
Gene therapy and tissue engineering in sports medicine, Feb, p 34-51, CL
Osteoporosis management: what's on the cutting edge?, Mar, p 15-19, NB
Osteoporosis: understanding key risk factors and therapeutic options, Feb, p 69-84, CL
Boxing
Acute traumatic brain injury in amateur boxing, Jan, p 87-92, R
Brain injury: see Head, specific condition
Breathing
Sideline airway access: emergency cricothyrotomy, Apr, p 113-114, CT
Bunion
Disorders of the first metatarsophalangeal joint: diagnosis of great-toe pain, Jul, p 32-45, CL
Bursitis
Olecranon and prepatellar bursitis: treating acute, chronic, and inflamed, Mar, p 40-52, CL
Butterfield, Gail
The sports medicine community remembers Gail Butterfield, Feb, p 26, NB

Calcium
Osteoporosis: understanding key risk factors and therapeutic options, Feb, p 69-84, CL
Cancer
Coping with cancer: can exercise help?, May, p 49-73, CL
Exercise: answering a cancer patient's call, May, p 5, EN
Sun and active patients: preventing acute and cumulative skin damage, Jul, p 79-85, CL
Cardiac arrest: see Arrhythmia, Coronary artery disease, Sudden death
Cardiovascular: see Heart, specific diagnosis
Cartilage transplant
Articular cartilage injury and autologous chondrocyte implantation: which patients might benefit?, Nov, p 43-49, CL
Gene therapy and tissue engineering in sports medicine, Feb, p 34-51, CL
Catastrophic injury
Motor sports medicine: from the extreme to mainstream, Jul, p 11-15, NB
Certification
Australian sports medicine specialty faces political hurdles, Sep, p 15-17, NB
Beyond the mind-body exercise hype, Mar, p 67-81, CL
Referring patients to personal trainers: benefits and pitfalls, Jan, p 16-21, NB
Chest pain
Pneumothorax in a weight lifter: the importance of vigilance, Apr, p 97-103, CR
Pneumothorax in sports: issues in recognition and follow-up care, Aug, p 23-32, CR
Chest wall
Commotio cordis: a deadly consequence of chest trauma, Nov, p 31-39, CL
Pain and injury are real in professional wrestling, May, p 15-18, NB
Rowing injuries: identifying and treating musculoskeletal and nonmusculoskeletal conditions, Apr, p 40-50, CL
Child carriers
Baby workout buddies: obstacle or opportunity?, May, p 106, GE
Children
AAP calls for ban on checking in youth hockey, Apr, p 19, NB
Commotio cordis: a deadly consequence of chest trauma, Nov, p 31-39, CL
Decreasing activity limits for asthma patients, Oct, p 75-76, BR
Exercise and children's health: a little counseling can pay lasting dividends, Feb, p 85-92, EX; (letter) Jun, p 29
Exercise: kids go for it, Feb, p 97, PA
Juvenile obesity, physical activity, and lifestyle changes: cornerstones for prevention and management, Nov, p 51-58, CL
Overcoming inactivity in young people, Oct, p 31-32, BR
Positive coaching: for the love of sports—and kids, Jun, p 7, EN
Which sports when?, Feb, p 90-91, BR; (letter) Jun, p 29
Cholesterol
Avoiding repeat cardiac events: the ABCDESs of tertiary prevention, Sep, p 31-58, CL
Chondrocytes
Articular cartilage injury and autologous chondrocyte implantation: which patients might benefit?, Nov, p 43-49, CL
Chronic disease: see specific diagnosis
Clavicle
Osteolysis of the distal clavicle: readily detected and treated shoulder pain, Dec, p 35-44, CL
Coaching
Positive coaching: for the love of sports—and kids, Jun, p 7, EN
Cognitive function
Is exercise brain food?, Nov, p 5, EN
Collapse
A guide to treating Ironman triathletes at the finish line, Aug, p 35-50, CL
Hyponatremia in distance athletes: pulling the IV on the 'dehydration myth', Sep, p 71-76, CM
Seizure after exercise in the heat: recognizing life-threatening hyponatremia, Sep, p 61-67, CR
Commotio cordis
Commotio cordis: a deadly consequence of chest trauma, Nov, p 31-39, CL
Computed tomography
Noninvasive detection of coronary artery disease: can the new imaging techniques help?, Jan, p 50-64, F
Computers
Learning, the Web's potential, Mar, p 3, EN
Concussion
Acute traumatic brain injury in amateur boxing, Jan, p 87-92, R
Coronary artery disease
Avoiding repeat cardiac events: the ABCDESs of tertiary prevention, Sep, p 31-58, CL
Higher direct medical costs associated with physical inactivity, Oct, p 63-70, R
Noninvasive detection of coronary artery disease: can the new imaging techniques help?, Jan, p 50-64, F
Reducing the risk of heart disease and stroke, Oct, p 19-20, 26, BR
CPR: see Resuscitation
Cramps
A guide to treating Ironman triathletes at the finish line, Aug, p 35-50, CL
Cricothyrotomy: see Tracheotomy

Death: see Fatality
Decompression sickness
How to keep scuba diving safe, May, p 94-96, EX
Defibrillator
Automated external defibrillators: selection and use, Mar, p 112-114, CT
Dehydration: see Heat injury, Hydration
Dental injuries: see Mouth
Depression
Physical activity improves mental health, Oct, p 83-84, BR
Developmental skills
Exercise and children's health: a little counseling can pay lasting dividends, Feb, p 85-92, EX; (letter) Jun, p 29
Which sports when?, Feb, p 90-91, BR; (letter) Jun, p 29
DEXA: see Diagnostic imaging
Diabetes
Avoiding repeat cardiac events: the ABCDESs of tertiary prevention, Sep, p 31-58, CL
Exercise and diabetes control: a winning combination, Apr, p 63-81, CL, Jun, p 29
Exercise to prevent and treat diabetes mellitus, Oct, p 85-86, BR
Higher direct medical costs associated with physical inactivity, Oct, p 63-70, R
Type 1 diabetes and sports participation: strategies for training and competing safely, Dec, p 49-56, CL
Diagnostic imaging
Idiopathic transient osteoporosis: a hidden cause of hip pain, Apr, p 82-96, CL
Meniscal tears of the knee: diagnosis and individualized treatment, Mar, p 83-90, CL
Noninvasive detection of coronary artery disease: can the new imaging techniques help?, Jan, p 50-64, F
Osteoporosis management: what's on the cutting edge?, Mar, p 15-19, NB
Overuse tendinosis, not tendinitis, part 1: a new paradigm for a difficult clinical problem, May, p 38-48, CL
Overuse tendinosis, not tendinitis, part 2: applying the new approach to patellar tendinopathy, Jun, p 31-46, CL
Diarrhea
Giardiasis: an elusive cause of gastrointestinal distress, Jul, p 46-57, CL
Dieting: see Weight control
Dislocation
Bilateral anterior shoulder dislocation in a weight lifter, Mar, p 93-100, CR
Self-reduction of anterior shoulder dislocation, Nov, p 65-66, CT
Doping: see Drug testing
Drug testing
Growth hormone doping: the search for a test, Apr, p 16-18, NB
IOC passes doping reforms, Feb, p 23-24, NB
Drugs: see also specific drugs, Ergogenic drugs
Alcohol use in adolescents: the scope of the problem and strategies for intervention, Jun, p 71-76, CR
Anabolic-androgenic steroid abuse, Dec, p 67-68, BR
Decreasing activity limits for asthma patients, Oct, p 75-76, BR
Exercise guidance in hypertension, Oct, p 81-82, BR
How to keep scuba diving safe, May, p 94-96, EX
Osteoporosis management: what's on the cutting edge?, Mar, p 15-19, NB
Osteoporosis: understanding key risk factors and therapeutic options, Feb, p 69-84, CL
Reducing alcohol abuse in active patients, Dec, p 65-66, BR

Echocardiography
Noninvasive detection of coronary artery disease: can the new imaging techniques help?, Jan, p 50-64, F
Economic issues
Higher direct medical costs associated with physical inactivity, Oct, p 63-70, R
Education: see Patient education, Physician education
Elbow
Lateral epicondylitis injection, Jul, p 93-94, CT
Olecranon and prepatellar bursitis: treating acute, chronic, and inflamed, Mar, p 40-52, CL
Electrocardiogram
A 'sensitive heart' in a tennis player, Feb, p 109-111, CQ
Electron-beam computed tomography: see Diagnostic imaging
Emergency response: see also anatomic site, specific diagnosis
A guide to treating Ironman triathletes at the finish line, Aug, p 35-50, CL
Automated external defibrillators: selection and use, Mar, p 112-114, CT
Life-threatening emergencies: are you ready?, Apr, p 7-8, EN
Self-reduction of anterior shoulder dislocation, Nov, p 65-66, CT
Sideline airway access: emergency cricothyrotomy, Apr, p 113-114, CT
Endurance athlete
A guide to treating Ironman triathletes at the finish line, Aug, p 35-50, CL
Equipment: see Exercise equipment, Medical equipment, Protective gear, Sports apparel and equipment
Ergogenic drugs
Anabolic-androgenic steroid abuse, Dec, p 67-68, BR
Baseball-funded 'andro' study shows testosterone increase, Mar, p 19-20, NB
Estrogen
Osteoporosis: understanding key risk factors and therapeutic options, Feb, p 69-84, CL
Exercise effects
Coping with cancer: can exercise help?, May, p 49-73, CL
Exercise: a prescription to delay the effects of aging, Oct, p 77-78, BR
Exercise and children's health: a little counseling can pay lasting dividends, Feb, p 85-92, EX; (letter) Jun, p 29
Exercise and diabetes control: a winning combination, Apr, p 63-81, CL, Jun, p 29
Exercise benefits patients with osteoarthritis, Oct, p 71-72, BR
Exercise guidance in hypertension, Oct, p 81-82, BR
Exercise to prevent and treat diabetes mellitus, Oct, p 85-86, BR
Higher direct medical costs associated with physical inactivity, Oct, p 63-70, R
Is exercise brain food?, Nov, p 5, EN
Myths and truths of stretching: individualized recommendations for healthy muscles, Aug, p 57-63, CL
Physical activity improves mental health, Oct, p 83-84, BR
Reducing the risk of heart disease and stroke, Oct, p 19-20, 26, BR
Type 1 diabetes and sports participation: strategies for training and competing safely, Dec, p 49-56, CL
Exercise equipment: see also Shoes, Sports apparel and equipment
Rowing injuries: identifying and treating musculoskeletal and nonmusculoskeletal conditions, Apr, p 40-50, CL
Exercise motivation
Baby workout buddies: obstacle or opportunity?, May, p 106, GE
Breaking barriers to increased physical activity, Oct, p 88-93, BR
Encouraging physical activity in minorities: eliminating disparities by 2010, Oct, p 36-51, CL
Exercise and children's health: a little counseling can pay lasting dividends, Feb, p 85-92, EX; (letter) Jun, p 29
Exercise: kids go for it, Feb, p 97, PA
Exercise trends for the new millennium, Jan, p 21, NB
Fitness for reducing osteoporosis, Oct, p 33-34, BR
Healthy People 2010: steps in the right direction, Oct, p 7-8, EN
How to counsel patients about exercise: an office-friendly approach, Oct, p 53-58, CL
Juvenile obesity, physical activity, and lifestyle changes: cornerstones for prevention and management, Nov, p 51-58, CL
New exercise options for sedentary patients, Oct, p 56-57, BR
Overcoming inactivity in young people, Oct, p 31-32, BR
Physical activity patterns in women, Oct, p 25-26, BR
Referring patients to personal trainers: benefits and pitfalls, Jan, p 16-21, NB
Staying motivated to exercise, Feb, p 117-118, EX
Exercise prescription
Beyond the mind-body exercise hype, Mar, p 67-81, CL
Breaking barriers to increased physical activity, Oct, p 88-93, BR
Coping with cancer: can exercise help?, May, p 49-73, CL
Decreasing activity limits for asthma patients, Oct, p 75-76, BR
Exercise: a prescription to delay the effects of aging, Oct, p 77-78, BR
Exercise and diabetes control: a winning combination, Apr, p 63-81, CL, Jun, p 29
Exercise benefits patients with osteoarthritis, Oct, p 71-72, BR
Exercise guidance in hypertension, Oct, p 81-82, BR
Exercise to prevent and treat diabetes mellitus, Oct, p 85-86, BR
Fitness for reducing osteoporosis, Oct, p 33-34, BR
How to counsel patients about exercise: an office-friendly approach, Oct, p 53-58, CL
Juvenile obesity, physical activity, and lifestyle changes: cornerstones for prevention and management, Nov, p 51-58, CL
Myths and truths of stretching: individualized recommendations for healthy muscles, Aug, p 57-63, CL
New exercise options for sedentary patients, Oct, p 56-57, BR
Overcoming inactivity in young people, Oct, p 31-32, BR
Reducing the risk of heart disease and stroke, Oct, p 19-20, 26, BR
Referring patients to personal trainers: benefits and pitfalls, Jan, p 16-21, NB
Type 1 diabetes and sports participation: strategies for training and competing safely, Dec, p 49-56, CL
What can physicians do about obesity?, Oct, p 15-16, BR
Exercise testing: see Stress testing
Exercise-induced asthma: see Asthma
Eye
A practical guide for sports eye protection, Jun, p 49-69, CL

Face
A custom face mask for sports, Feb, p 128-130, CT
A practical guide for sports eye protection, Jun, p 49-69, CL
Face mask: see Face
Family health
Baby workout buddies: obstacle or opportunity?, May, p 106, GE
Exercise: kids go for it, Feb, p 97, PA
Overcoming inactivity in young people, Oct, p 31-32, BR
Fatality
Life expectancy of major league baseball umpires, May, p 83-89, R
Weight training injury trends: a 20-year survey, Jul, p 61-72, R
Fatigue
Coping with cancer: can exercise help?, May, p 49-73, CL
Flexibility: see Stretching
Foot
Disorders of the first metatarsophalangeal joint: diagnosis of great-toe pain, Jul, p 32-45, CL
Football
Will new helmet features reduce football injuries?, Nov, p 25-27, NB
Fracture: see also Stress fracture
A 'three-way' splint for acute ankle injury, Jun, p 99-100, CT
Frozen shoulder: see Adhesive capsulitis

Gastrointestinal tract
Giardiasis: an elusive cause of gastrointestinal distress, Jul, p 46-57, CL
Gene therapy
Gene therapy and tissue engineering in sports medicine, Feb, p 34-51, CL
Giardiasis
Giardiasis: an elusive cause of gastrointestinal distress, Jul, p 46-57, CL
Glucose: see also Diabetes
Exercise and diabetes control: a winning combination, Apr, p 63-81, CL, Jun, p 29
Groin
A complete approach to groin pain, Jan, p 66-86, CL
Idiopathic transient osteoporosis: a hidden cause of hip pain, Apr, p 82-96, CL

Hallux rigidus: see Foot
Hallux valgus: see Foot
Head
Acute traumatic brain injury in amateur boxing, Jan, p 87-92, R
Motor sports medicine: from the extreme to mainstream, Jul, p 11-15, NB
Will new helmet features reduce football injuries?, Nov, p 25-27, NB
Health benefits: see Exercise effects
Heart: see also specific diagnosis, Electrocardiogram, Sudden death
A 'sensitive heart' in a tennis player, Feb, p 109-111, CQ
Avoiding repeat cardiac events: the ABCDESs of tertiary prevention, Sep, p 31-58, CL
Commotio cordis: a deadly consequence of chest trauma, Nov, p 31-39, CL
Noninvasive detection of coronary artery disease: can the new imaging techniques help?, Jan, p 50-64, F
Reducing the risk of heart disease and stroke, Oct, p 19-20, 26, BR
Heat injury
A guide to treating Ironman triathletes at the finish line, Aug, p 35-50, CL
Hyponatremia in distance athletes: pulling the IV on the 'dehydration myth', Sep, p 71-76, CM
Seizure after exercise in the heat: recognizing life-threatening hyponatremia, Sep, p 61-67, CR
Helmet
Motor sports medicine: from the extreme to mainstream, Jul, p 11-15, NB
Hernia
A complete approach to groin pain, Jan, p 66-86, CL
Hip
A complete approach to groin pain, Jan, p 66-86, CL
Idiopathic transient osteoporosis: a hidden cause of hip pain, Apr, p 82-96, CL
Hockey
AAP calls for ban on checking in youth hockey, Apr, p 19, NB
Life-threatening emergencies: are you ready?, Apr, p 7-8, EN
Home exercise
Exercise and children's health: a little counseling can pay lasting dividends, Feb, p 85-92, EX; (letter) Jun, p 29
Hormone replacement therapy
Avoiding repeat cardiac events: the ABCDESs of tertiary prevention, Sep, p 31-58, CL
Osteoporosis: understanding key risk factors and therapeutic options, Feb, p 69-84, CL
Hormones
Baseball-funded 'andro' study shows testosterone increase, Mar, p 19-20, NB
Osteoporosis management: what's on the cutting edge?, Mar, p 15-19, NB
Human growth hormone
Growth hormone doping: the search for a test, Apr, p 16-18, NB
Hydration
A guide to treating Ironman triathletes at the finish line, Aug, p 35-50, CL
Hyponatremia in distance athletes: pulling the IV on the 'dehydration myth', Sep, p 71-76, CM
Seizure after exercise in the heat: recognizing life-threatening hyponatremia, Sep, p 61-67, CR
Hyperglycemia
Exercise and diabetes control: a winning combination, Apr, p 63-81, CL, Jun, p 29
Hypertension
Exercise guidance in hypertension, Oct, p 81-82, BR
Hypoglycemia
Exercise and diabetes control: a winning combination, Apr, p 63-81, CL, Jun, p 29
Type 1 diabetes and sports participation: strategies for training and competing safely, Dec, p 49-56, CL
Hyponatremia
A guide to treating Ironman triathletes at the finish line, Aug, p 35-50, CL
Hyponatremia in distance athletes: pulling the IV on the 'dehydration myth', Sep, p 71-76, CM
Seizure after exercise in the heat: recognizing life-threatening hyponatremia, Sep, p 61-67, CR
Hypotension
A guide to treating Ironman triathletes at the finish line, Aug, p 35-50, CL

Idiopathic transient osteoporosis: see Osteoporosis
Iliotibial band syndrome
Quick solutions for iliotibial band syndrome, Feb, p 52-68, CL
Inactivity
Encouraging physical activity in minorities: eliminating disparities by 2010, Oct, p 36-51, CL
Healthy People 2010: steps in the right direction, Oct, p 7-8, EN
Higher direct medical costs associated with physical inactivity, Oct, p 63-70, R
How to counsel patients about exercise: an office-friendly approach, Oct, p 53-58, CL
Juvenile obesity, physical activity, and lifestyle changes: cornerstones for prevention and management, Nov, p 51-58, CL
New exercise options for sedentary patients, Oct, p 56-57, BR
Overcoming inactivity in young people, Oct, p 31-32, BR
Infants
Baby workout buddies: obstacle or opportunity?, May, p 106, GE
Infection: see also specific diagnosis
How to keep scuba diving safe, May, p 94-96, EX
Olecranon and prepatellar bursitis: treating acute, chronic, and inflamed, Mar, p 40-52, CL
Presumed infectious mononucleosis in a college basketball player, Jun, p 79-86, CR
Progressive knee pain in a young football player, Feb, p 101-104, 112, CR
Inflammation
Olecranon and prepatellar bursitis: treating acute, chronic, and inflamed, Mar, p 40-52, CL
Overuse tendinosis, not tendinitis, part 1: a new paradigm for a difficult clinical problem, May, p 38-48, CL
Injection
Are your patients asking about prolotherapy?, Aug, p 15-17, NB
Lateral epicondylitis injection, Jul, p 93-94, CT
Injury: see anatomic site, specific diagnosis, specific sport, Rehabilitation
Injury prevention: see also Prevention
A practical guide for sports eye protection, Jun, p 49-69, CL
AAP calls for ban on checking in youth hockey, Apr, p 19, NB
Bilateral anterior shoulder dislocation in a weight lifter, Mar, p 93-100, CR
Commotio cordis: a deadly consequence of chest trauma, Nov, p 31-39, CL
Etiology and prevention of noncontact ACL injury, Apr, p 53-60, CL
Exercise and children's health: a little counseling can pay lasting dividends, Feb, p 85-92, EX; (letter) Jun, p 29
Exercise: kids go for it, Feb, p 97, PA
Motor sports medicine: from the extreme to mainstream, Jul, p 11-15, NB
Myths and truths of stretching: individualized recommendations for healthy muscles, Aug, p 57-63, CL
Weight training injury trends: a 20-year survey, Jul, p 61-72, R
Which sports when?, Feb, p 90-91, BR; (letter) Jun, p 29
Will new helmet features reduce football injuries?, Nov, p 25-27, NB
Injury statistics
A practical guide for sports eye protection, Jun, p 49-69, CL
Weight training injury trends: a 20-year survey, Jul, p 61-72, R
Instability
The sinus tarsi syndrome: a cause of chronic ankle pain, May, p 75-80, CL
Insulin
Type 1 diabetes and sports participation: strategies for training and competing safely, Dec, p 49-56, CL
Internet
Learning, the Web's potential, Mar, p 3, EN
Intestine: see Gastrointestinal tract

Joint: see specific joint
Jumper's knee
Overuse tendinosis, not tendinitis, part 2: applying the new approach to patellar tendinopathy, Jun, p 31-46, CL
Juvenile: see Adolescents, Children

Knee
A perioperative rehabilitation program for anterior cruciate ligament surgery, Jan, p 31-44, CL
Articular cartilage injury and autologous chondrocyte implantation: which patients might benefit?, Nov, p 43-49, CL
Etiology and prevention of noncontact ACL injury, Apr, p 53-60, CL
Exercise benefits patients with osteoarthritis, Oct, p 71-72, BR
Gene therapy and tissue engineering in sports medicine, Feb, p 34-51, CL
Meniscal tears of the knee: diagnosis and individualized treatment, Mar, p 83-90, CL
Olecranon and prepatellar bursitis: treating acute, chronic, and inflamed, Mar, p 40-52, CL
Overuse tendinosis, not tendinitis, part 2: applying the new approach to patellar tendinopathy, Jun, p 31-46, CL
Quick solutions for iliotibial band syndrome, Feb, p 52-68, CL
Rowing injuries: identifying and treating musculoskeletal and nonmusculoskeletal conditions, Apr, p 40-50, CL

Leg
Overuse tendinosis, not tendinitis, part 2: applying the new approach to patellar tendinopathy, Jun, p 31-46, CL
Legal issues
Beyond the mind-body exercise hype, Mar, p 67-81, CL
Legg-Calvé-Perthes disease
A complete approach to groin pain, Jan, p 66-86, CL
Low-back pain: see Back pain
Lung
Decreasing activity limits for asthma patients, Oct, p 75-76, BR
Pneumothorax in a weight lifter: the importance of vigilance, Apr, p 97-103, CR
Pneumothorax in sports: issues in recognition and follow-up care, Aug, p 23-32, CR

Magnetic resonance imaging
Noninvasive detection of coronary artery disease: can the new imaging techniques help?, Jan, p 50-64, F
Medical costs: see Economic issues
Medical equipment
Automated external defibrillators: selection and use, Mar, p 112-114, CT
Sideline airway access: emergency cricothyrotomy, Apr, p 113-114, CT
Men's health
Life expectancy of major league baseball umpires, May, p 83-89, R
When to suspect muscle dysmorphia: bringing the 'Adonis complex' to light, Dec, p 19-26, NB
Meniscus: see Knee
Meniscus transplant
Gene therapy and tissue engineering in sports medicine, Feb, p 34-51, CL
Mental health: see Psychological issues
Minority health
Encouraging physical activity in minorities: eliminating disparities by 2010, Oct, p 36-51, CL
Mobilization
Immobilization or early mobilization after an acute soft-tissue injury?, Mar, p 55-63, CL
Mononucleosis
Presumed infectious mononucleosis in a college basketball player, Jun, p 79-86, CR
Mortality: see Fatality
Motor sports
Motor sports medicine: from the extreme to mainstream, Jul, p 11-15, NB
Mouth
Field care of the injured tooth, Jan, p 101-102, CT
Muscle dysmorphia
When to suspect muscle dysmorphia: bringing the 'Adonis complex' to light, Dec, p 19-26, NB
Muscle: see anatomic site, specific diagnosis

Neck
Motor sports medicine: from the extreme to mainstream, Jul, p 11-15, NB
Will new helmet features reduce football injuries?, Nov, p 25-27, NB
Needling: see Injection
Neuropathy
A complete approach to groin pain, Jan, p 66-86, CL
Rowing injuries: identifying and treating musculoskeletal and nonmusculoskeletal conditions, Apr, p 40-50, CL
Neuropsychological testing
Acute traumatic brain injury in amateur boxing, Jan, p 87-92, R

Obesity: see also Weight control
Healthy People 2010: steps in the right direction, Oct, p 7-8, EN
Higher direct medical costs associated with physical inactivity, Oct, p 63-70, R
Juvenile obesity, physical activity, and lifestyle changes: cornerstones for prevention and management, Nov, p 51-58, CL
Overcoming inactivity in young people, Oct, p 31-32, BR
What can physicians do about obesity?, Oct, p 15-16, BR
Occupational medicine
Life expectancy of major league baseball umpires, May, p 83-89, R
Older patients
Exercise: a prescription to delay the effects of aging, Oct, p 77-78, BR
Healthy aging or anti-aging? diverse philosophies emerge, Jun, p 15-20, NB
Olympics
IOC passes doping reforms, Feb, p 23-24, NB
The real Olympic story, Sep, p 3, EN
Oral trauma: see Mouth
Osteitis pubis
A complete approach to groin pain, Jan, p 66-86, CL
Osteoarthritis: see Arthritis
Osteogenic sarcoma
Progressive knee pain in a young football player, Feb, p 101-104, 112, CR
Osteolysis
Osteolysis of the distal clavicle: readily detected and treated shoulder pain, Dec, p 35-44, CL
Osteomyelitis
Progressive knee pain in a young football player, Feb, p 101-104, 112, CR
Osteoporosis
Fitness for reducing osteoporosis, Oct, p 33-34, BR
Idiopathic transient osteoporosis: a hidden cause of hip pain, Apr, p 82-96, CL
Osteoporosis management: what's on the cutting edge?, Mar, p 15-19, NB
Osteoporosis: understanding key risk factors and therapeutic options, Feb, p 69-84, CL
Otitis externa
How to keep scuba diving safe, May, p 94-96, EX
Overuse injury
Disorders of the first metatarsophalangeal joint: diagnosis of great-toe pain, Jul, p 32-45, CL
Overuse tendinosis, not tendinitis, part 1: a new paradigm for a difficult clinical problem, May, p 38-48, CL
Overuse tendinosis, not tendinitis, part 2: applying the new approach to patellar tendinopathy, Jun, p 31-46, CL

Pain: see also Therapeutic modality, Rehabilitation, anatomic site
Are your patients asking about prolotherapy?, Aug, p 15-17, NB
Parasite
Giardiasis: an elusive cause of gastrointestinal distress, Jul, p 46-57, CL
Patella: see Knee
Patellofemoral syndrome
Overuse tendinosis, not tendinitis, part 2: applying the new approach to patellar tendinopathy, Jun, p 31-46, CL
Patient education
Alcohol use in adolescents: the scope of the problem and strategies for intervention, Jun, p 71-76, CR
How to counsel patients about exercise: an office-friendly approach, Oct, p 53-58, CL
New exercise options for sedentary patients, Oct, p 56-57, BR
Promoting cessation of tobacco use, Dec, p 59-60, BR
Reducing alcohol abuse in active patients, Dec, p 65-66, BR
Self-reduction of anterior shoulder dislocation, Nov, p 65-66, CT
Pelvis
A complete approach to groin pain, Jan, p 66-86, CL
Personal trainer
Referring patients to personal trainers: benefits and pitfalls, Jan, p 16-21, NB
Physical therapy: see Rehabilitation
Physician education
Learning, the Web's potential, Mar, p 3, EN
Physician: see Team physician
Pneumomediastinum
Pneumothorax in sports: issues in recognition and follow-up care, Aug, p 23-32, CR
Pneumothorax
Pneumothorax in a weight lifter: the importance of vigilance, Apr, p 97-103, CR
Pneumothorax in sports: issues in recognition and follow-up care, Aug, p 23-32, CR
Postural hypotension: see Hypotension
Poverty
Encouraging physical activity in minorities: eliminating disparities by 2010, Oct, p 36-51, CL
Preparticipation exam
Type 1 diabetes and sports participation: strategies for training and competing safely, Dec, p 49-56, CL
Prescription medication: see Drugs
Prevention: see also Injury prevention
Alcohol use in adolescents: the scope of the problem and strategies for intervention, Jun, p 71-76, CR
Sun and active patients: preventing acute and cumulative skin damage, Jul, p 79-85, CL
Prolotherapy
Are your patients asking about prolotherapy?, Aug, p 15-17, NB
Protective gear
A custom face mask for sports, Feb, p 128-130, CT
Will new helmet features reduce football injuries?, Nov, p 25-27, NB
Psychological issues: see also Addiction
Beyond the mind-body exercise hype, Mar, p 67-81, CL
Physical activity improves mental health, Oct, p 83-84, BR
When to suspect muscle dysmorphia: bringing the 'Adonis complex' to light, Dec, p 19-26, NB
Public health
Healthy People 2010: steps in the right direction, Oct, p 7-8, EN
Promoting cessation of tobacco use, Dec, p 59-60, BR
Reducing alcohol abuse in active patients, Dec, p 65-66, BR

Range of motion
Adhesive capsulitis: optimal treatment of 'frozen shoulder', Sep, p 23-29, CL
Exercising the frozen shoulder, Sep, p 83-84, PA
Myths and truths of stretching: individualized recommendations for healthy muscles, Aug, p 57-63, CL
Reduction: see Dislocation
Rehabilitation
A perioperative rehabilitation program for anterior cruciate ligament surgery, Jan, p 31-44, CL
Exercising the frozen shoulder, Sep, p 83-84, PA
Idiopathic transient osteoporosis: a hidden cause of hip pain, Apr, p 82-96, CL
Immobilization or early mobilization after an acute soft-tissue injury?, Mar, p 55-63, CL
Overuse tendinosis, not tendinitis, part 1: a new paradigm for a difficult clinical problem, May, p 38-48, CL
Overuse tendinosis, not tendinitis, part 2: applying the new approach to patellar tendinopathy, Jun, p 31-46, CL
Quick solutions for iliotibial band syndrome, Feb, p 52-68, CL
Respiratory: see Lung
Resuscitation
Automated external defibrillators: selection and use, Mar, p 112-114, CT
Return to play
Pneumothorax in sports: issues in recognition and follow-up care, Aug, p 23-32, CR
Presumed infectious mononucleosis in a college basketball player, Jun, p 79-86, CR
Rib: see Chest wall
Risk
Risk taking: can we strike a balance?, Jul, p 3, EN
Weight training injury trends: a 20-year survey, Jul, p 61-72, R
Rowing
Rowing injuries: identifying and treating musculoskeletal and nonmusculoskeletal conditions, Apr, p 40-50, CL

Safety: see Injury prevention, Prevention
Sclerosant therapy: see Prolotherapy
Scuba diving
How to keep scuba diving safe, May, p 94-96, EX
Seasickness
How to keep scuba diving safe, May, p 94-96, EX
Seizure
Seizure after exercise in the heat: recognizing life-threatening hyponatremia, Sep, p 61-67, CR
Sesamoid: see Foot
Shoes
Disorders of the first metatarsophalangeal joint: diagnosis of great-toe pain, Jul, p 32-45, CL
Shoulder
Adhesive capsulitis: optimal treatment of 'frozen shoulder', Sep, p 23-29, CL
Bilateral anterior shoulder dislocation in a weight lifter, Mar, p 93-100, CR
Exercising the frozen shoulder, Sep, p 83-84, PA
Osteolysis of the distal clavicle: readily detected and treated shoulder pain, Dec, p 35-44, CL
Pain and injury are real in professional wrestling, May, p 15-18, NB
Self-reduction of anterior shoulder dislocation, Nov, p 65-66, CT
Sinus tarsi: see Ankle
Skin conditions
Sun and active patients: preventing acute and cumulative skin damage, Jul, p 79-85, CL
Slipped capital femoral epiphysis
A complete approach to groin pain, Jan, p 66-86, CL
Smoking: see Tobacco
Sodium
Hyponatremia in distance athletes: pulling the IV on the 'dehydration myth', Sep, p 71-76, CM
Seizure after exercise in the heat: recognizing life-threatening hyponatremia, Sep, p 61-67, CR
Solar injury: see Sun damage
Somatic education
Beyond the mind-body exercise hype, Mar, p 67-81, CL
Splint
A 'three-way' splint for acute ankle injury, Jun, p 99-100, CT
Sports apparel and equipment: see also Shoes, Exercise equipment
A practical guide for sports eye protection, Jun, p 49-69, CL
Sports medicine
Athletic gain at what cost?, Dec, p 7, EN
Australian sports medicine specialty faces political hurdles, Sep, p 15-17, NB
Tradition and trajectory, Jan, p 3, EN
Sports medicine groups
Sports medicine alliance focuses on team physician issues, Jul, p 16, NB
Sprain
A 'three-way' splint for acute ankle injury, Jun, p 99-100, CT
Disorders of the first metatarsophalangeal joint: diagnosis of great-toe pain, Jul, p 32-45, CL
Immobilization or early mobilization after an acute soft-tissue injury?, Mar, p 55-63, CL
The sinus tarsi syndrome: a cause of chronic ankle pain, May, p 75-80, CL
Steroids: see Anabolic steroids
Strain
A complete approach to groin pain, Jan, p 66-86, CL
Immobilization or early mobilization after an acute soft-tissue injury?, Mar, p 55-63, CL
Strength training
Bilateral anterior shoulder dislocation in a weight lifter, Mar, p 93-100, CR
Pneumothorax in a weight lifter: the importance of vigilance, Apr, p 97-103, CR
Weight training injury trends: a 20-year survey, Jul, p 61-72, R
When to suspect muscle dysmorphia: bringing the 'Adonis complex' to light, Dec, p 19-26, NB
Stress
Avoiding repeat cardiac events: the ABCDESs of tertiary prevention, Sep, p 31-58, CL
Stress fracture
A complete approach to groin pain, Jan, p 66-86, CL
Rowing injuries: identifying and treating musculoskeletal and nonmusculoskeletal conditions, Apr, p 40-50, CL
Stress testing
Noninvasive detection of coronary artery disease: can the new imaging techniques help?, Jan, p 50-64, F
Stretching
Beyond the mind-body exercise hype, Mar, p 67-81, CL
Myths and truths of stretching: individualized recommendations for healthy muscles, Aug, p 57-63, CL
Stroke
Reducing the risk of heart disease and stroke, Oct, p 19-20, 26, BR
Substance abuse: see Drugs
Sudden death
Commotio cordis: a deadly consequence of chest trauma, Nov, p 31-39, CL
Sun damage
Sun and active patients: preventing acute and cumulative skin damage, Jul, p 79-85, CL
Sunscreen
Sun and active patients: preventing acute and cumulative skin damage, Jul, p 79-85, CL
Swimmer's ear: see Otitis externa
Syndrome X
A 'sensitive heart' in a tennis player, Feb, p 109-111, CQ

Tai chi
Beyond the mind-body exercise hype, Mar, p 67-81, CL
Team physician
Athletic gain at what cost?, Dec, p 7, EN
Medical coverage of Wimbledon, Aug, p 18, NB
Pain and injury are real in professional wrestling, May, p 15-18, NB
Sports medicine alliance focuses on team physician issues, Jul, p 16, NB
Team doc's life no bed of roses, Feb, p 7, EN
The real Olympic story, Sep, p 3, EN
Teeth: see Mouth
Tendinitis
Overuse tendinosis, not tendinitis, part 1: a new paradigm for a difficult clinical problem, May, p 38-48, CL
Overuse tendinosis, not tendinitis, part 2: applying the new approach to patellar tendinopathy, Jun, p 31-46, CL
Rowing injuries: identifying and treating musculoskeletal and nonmusculoskeletal conditions, Apr, p 40-50, CL
Tendinosis
Overuse tendinosis, not tendinitis, part 1: a new paradigm for a difficult clinical problem, May, p 38-48, CL
Overuse tendinosis, not tendinitis, part 2: applying the new approach to patellar tendinopathy, Jun, p 31-46, CL
Tennis
Medical coverage of Wimbledon, Aug, p 18, NB
Tennis elbow
Lateral epicondylitis injection, Jul, p 93-94, CT
Testosterone
Baseball-funded 'andro' study shows testosterone increase, Mar, p 19-20, NB
Therapeutic modality
Immobilization or early mobilization after an acute soft-tissue injury?, Mar, p 55-63, CL
Thigh
Quick solutions for iliotibial band syndrome, Feb, p 52-68, CL
Tissue engineering
Gene therapy and tissue engineering in sports medicine, Feb, p 34-51, CL
Tobacco
Avoiding repeat cardiac events: the ABCDESs of tertiary prevention, Sep, p 31-58, CL
Higher direct medical costs associated with physical inactivity, Oct, p 63-70, R
Promoting cessation of tobacco use, Dec, p 59-60, BR
Toe: see Foot
Tracheotomy
Sideline airway access: emergency cricothyrotomy, Apr, p 113-114, CT
Travel
Giardiasis: an elusive cause of gastrointestinal distress, Jul, p 46-57, CL
Pneumothorax in sports: issues in recognition and follow-up care, Aug, p 23-32, CR
Trends
Exercise trends for the new millennium, Jan, p 21, NB
Weight training injury trends: a 20-year survey, Jul, p 61-72, R
Triathlon
A guide to treating Ironman triathletes at the finish line, Aug, p 35-50, CL
Turf toe
Disorders of the first metatarsophalangeal joint: diagnosis of great-toe pain, Jul, p 32-45, CL

Ultrasound
Osteoporosis management: what's on the cutting edge?, Mar, p 15-19, NB
Umpire
Life expectancy of major league baseball umpires, May, p 83-89, R

Ventricular fibrillation
Commotio cordis: a deadly consequence of chest trauma, Nov, p 31-39, CL

Web sites: see Internet
Weight control: see also Obesity
Exercise and children's health: a little counseling can pay lasting dividends, Feb, p 85-92, EX; (letter) Jun, p 29
Juvenile obesity, physical activity, and lifestyle changes: cornerstones for prevention and management, Nov, p 51-58, CL
What can physicians do about obesity?, Oct, p 15-16, BR
Weight training: see Strength training
Wilderness medicine
Giardiasis: an elusive cause of gastrointestinal distress, Jul, p 46-57, CL
Wimbledon: see Tennis
Winning
Positive coaching: for the love of sports—and kids, Jun, p 7, EN
Women's health
Etiology and prevention of noncontact ACL injury, Apr, p 53-60, CL
Fitness for reducing osteoporosis, Oct, p 33-34, BR
Osteoporosis management: what's on the cutting edge?, Mar, p 15-19, NB
Osteoporosis: understanding key risk factors and therapeutic options, Feb, p 69-84, CL
Physical activity patterns in women, Oct, p 25-26, BR
Workout: see Exercise prescription
World wide web: see Internet
Wrestling
Pain and injury are real in professional wrestling, May, p 15-18, NB

Yoga
Beyond the mind-body exercise hype, Mar, p 67-81, CL
Youth: see Children, Adolescents


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