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to volume 31
Jan-Dec 2003


The 2003 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:

CQ: Clinical Quiz
CR: Case Report
CT: Clinical Techniques
EN: Editor's Notes
GE: Guest Editorial
NB: News Briefs
PA: Patient Adviser
R: Research
RV: Review article
SS:Spotlight on Sports Medicine


DEPARTMENT

Clinical Techniques
Identifying and treating uncomplicated corneal abrasions, Aug, p 15-17

Editor's Notes
Reflecting on 30 years of moving forward, Jan, p 2
Putting exercise science to practice, Mar, p 2
Kids' sports: a training ground for life...and for parents, May, p 2
An active future for primary care sports medicine, Jun, p 2
Exercise: a tradition to take to heart, Jul, p 2
Sports: hazardous to your health?, Oct, p 2
Obesity epidemic: time to swallow the frog, Nov, p 5
Sports medicine's primary focus: health for all, Dec, p 7

News Briefs
Sports medicine braces for HIPAA impact, Jan, p 8-14
Sending sports gear to the showers: benefits for players' skin?, Feb, p 9-12
Exploring body art trends: pierced tongues raise concern, Mar, p 7-8
Ephedra use under fire: deaths amplify safety concerns, Apr, p 13-15
Ties that bind sports medicine and military medicine: wartime docs showcase the connections, May, p 16-18
Diet wars: low-carb vs low-fat: new studies shed light, Jun, p 13-16
New hydration recommendations: risk of hyponatremia plays a big role, Jul, p 15-18
Heat illness prevention goes high tech: new devices enter sports medicine market, Aug, p 2-6, 14
Managing stress incontinence: updates on efficacy, new treatments, Sep, p 3-4, 14
Osteoporosis in men: who's at risk?, Oct, p 15-18
A rise in kids' distal forearm fractures: what's the cause?, Nov, p 11-15
Experts see silver lining in THG scandal, Dec, p 16-17

Patient Adviser
Stronger shoulders for swimmers, Jan, p 47-48
Avoiding infections: staying healthy, performing well, Feb, Web only
Overtraining syndrome: why training too hard, too long, doesn't work, Jun, p 47-48
Choosing a strength training program for kids, Sep, p 27-28
Weight loss success: small steps to reach your goals, Nov, p 37-38
Steps to take for clavicle fractures, Dec, Web only

Spotlight on Sports Medicine
30 years of sports medicine—and Sportsmedicine, Jan, p 15-18
Getting patients moving: is activity promotion paying off?, Feb, p 19, 46
A revolution in diagnostic imaging, Mar, p 21-22
The ripple effect of Title IX on women's health issues: treating an increasingly active population, Apr, p 21-23
The beat goes on: three decades of stunning advances in cardiology, Jun, p 17-21
Making strides in rehabilitation: comprehensive sports medicine care soldiers on, Aug, p 21-22
Mending injured athletes: a track record on orthopedic advances, Sep, p 13-14
Key to the fountain of youth: physically active for life, Dec, p 37-38

AUTHOR

Amundson CL: see Koester MC, Aug, p 35-38
Anan T: see Patterson BL, Dec, p 26-29
Andersen RE: Obesity epidemic: time to swallow the frog, Nov, p 5, EN
Andersen RE: Physical activity and weight management: building the case for exercise, Nov, p 39-45, RV
Arbesman J: see Crespo CJ, Nov, p 23-28
Arko FR: Arterial and venous injuries in athletes: findings and their effect on diagnosis and treatment, Apr, p 41-48, R

Bartlett SJ: Motivating patients toward weight loss: practical strategies for addressing overweight and obesity, Nov, p 29-36, RV
Bartlett SJ: Weight loss success: small steps to reach your goals, Nov, p 37-38, PA
Bartolozzi AR: see Curley KJ, Jan, p 31-34
Beals KA: Eating disorder and menstrual dysfunction screening, education, and treatment programs: survey results from NCAA division 1 schools, Jul, p 33-38, R
Beaulieu C: see Fredericson M, Feb, p 31-42
Benjamin HJ: Choosing a strength training program for kids, Sep, p 27-28, PA
Benjamin HJ: Strength training for children and adolescents: what can physicians recommend?, Sep, p 19-26, RV
Birrer RB: Exercise and diabetes mellitus: optimizing performance in patients who have type 1 diabetes, May, p 29-41, RV
Brubaker DA: Behavioral contracting in the treatment of eating disorders, Sep, p 15-18, 26, RV
Butterwick DJ: Bull riding injuries in professional rodeo: data for prevention and care, Jun, p 37-41, R

Chen AL: Degenerative lumbar spinal stenosis: options for aging backs, Aug, p 25-34, RV
Choung EW: Slipped capital femoral epiphysis in an obese teenager, Jul, p 39-45, CR
Coppola GW: see Shea MA, Sep, p 31-33
Crespo CJ: Obesity in the United States: a worrisome epidemic, Nov, p 23-28, RV
Curley KJ: Pneumomediastinum from sports-related trauma: key findings and recommendations, Jan, p 31-34, CR

Daniels JM: Managing myofascial pain syndrome: sorting through the diagnosis and honing treatment, Oct, p 39-45, RV
DeLuca PF: see Curley KJ, Jan, p 31-34
DePalma MJ: Detecting and treating shoulder impingement syndrome: the role of scapulothoracic dyskinesis, Jul, p 25-32, RV
Dexter WW: see Sweeney TM, Jun, p 32-36
Dorshimer GW: see Curley KJ, Jan, p 31-34

Flaker G: see Wen DY, Oct, p 21-24, 35
Fredericson M: see Johnson JN, Jan, p 41-46
Fredericson M: see Johnson JN, Jan, p 47-48
Fredericson M: Sacral stress fractures: tracking down nonspecific pain in distance runners, Feb, p 31-42, RV
Frontera WR: Exercise and musculoskeletal rehabilitation: restoring optimal form and function, Dec, p 39-45, RV

Gauvin J: see Johnson JN, Jan, p 41-46
Gauvin J: see Johnson JN, Jan, p 47-48
Gerber A: Glenohumeral osteoarthritis in active patients: diagnostic tips and complete management options, Apr, p 33-40, RV
Glow KM: see Benjamin HJ, Sep, p 19-26
Glow KM: see Benjamin HJ, Sep, p 27-28
Grant JA: ACL reconstruction with autografts: weighing performance considerations and postoperative care, Apr, p 27-32, 40, RV

Hawley CJ: Overtraining syndrome: a guide to diagnosis, treatment, and prevention, Jun, p 25-31, RV
Hawley CJ: Overtraining syndrome: why training too hard, too long, doesn't work, Jun, p 47-48, PA
Holtzhausen L-M: see Speedy DB, Mar, p 23-29
Housner JA: Clavicle fractures: individualizing treatment for fracture type, Dec, p 30-36, RV
Housner JA: Steps to take for clavicle fractures, Dec, Web only, PA
Howe WB: Avoiding infections: staying healthy, performing well, Feb, Web only, PA
Howe WB: Preventing infectious disease in sports, Feb, p 23-29, RV

Ishmael T: see Daniels JM, Oct, p 39-45

Jakicic JM: see Andersen RE, Nov, p 39-45
Jiménez CE: Preparing active patients for international travel, Oct, p 27-35, RV
Johnson EW: see DePalma MJ, Jul, p 25-32
Johnson JN: Stronger shoulders for swimmers, Jan, p 47-48, PA
Johnson JN: Swimming biomechanics and injury prevention: new stroke techniques and medical considerations, Jan, p 41-46, RV
Johnson RJ: see Stovitz SD, Jan, p 35-40, 52

Knuttgen HG: What is exercise? a primer for practitioners, Mar, p 31-42, 49, RV
Koester MC: Preparticipation screening of high school athletes: are recommendations enough?, Aug, p 35-38, R
Kraemer WJ: Strength training basics: designing workouts to meet patients' goals, Aug, p 39-45, RV
Krome CN: Cardiac arrhythmia in a professional football player: was ephedrine to blame?, Dec, p 21-25, 29, CR
Kuhn JE: see Housner JA, Dec, p 30-36
Kuhn JE: see Housner JA, Dec, Web only

Leddy JJ: see Brubaker DA, Sep, p 15-18, 26
Lehtinen JT: see Gerber A, Apr, p 33-40
Leski MJ: see Turner JL, Mar, p 43-48

Mamula PW: A revolution in diagnostic imaging, Mar, p 21-22, SS
Mamula PW: The beat goes on: three decades of stunning advances in cardiology, Jun, p 17-21, SS
Matheson GO: An active future for primary care sports medicine, Jun, p 2, EN
Matheson GO: Exercise: a tradition to take to heart, Jul, p 2, EN
Matheson GO: Putting exercise science to practice, Mar, p 2, EN
Matheson GO: Reflecting on 30 years of moving forward, Jan, p 2, EN
Matheson GO: Sports: hazardous to your health?, Oct, p 2, EN
McKeag DB: Kids' sports: a training ground for life...and for parents, May, p 2, EN
Mees PD: see Benjamin HJ, Sep, p 27-28
Mees PD: see Bartlett SJ, Nov, p 37-38
Mees PD: Key to the fountain of youth: physically active for life, Dec, p 37-38, SS
Mees PD: Making strides in rehabilitation: comprehensive sports medicine care soldiers on, Aug, p 21-22, SS
Mees PD: The ripple effect of Title IX on women's health issues: treating an increasingly active population, Apr, p 21-23, SS
Meeuwisse WH: see Butterwick DJ, Jun, p 37-41
Moeller JL: Identifying and treating uncomplicated corneal abrasions, Aug, p 15-17, CT
Mohtadi NG: see Grant JA, Apr, p 27-32, 40

Noakes TD: see Speedy DB, Mar, p 23-29

Olcott C IV: see Arko FR, Apr, p 41-48

Parmar A: see Wexler RK, Feb, p 43-46
Patterson BL: Facial trauma in a softball player, Dec, p 26-29, CR

Rifat SF: see Moeller JL, Aug, p 15-17
Roberts WO: Sports medicine's primary focus: health for all, Dec, p 7, EN

Salamancha L: see Fredericson M, Feb, p 31-42
Saywell RM Jr: see Turner JL, Mar, p 43-48
Schnirring L: A rise in kids' distal forearm fractures: what's the cause?, Nov, p 11-15, NB
Schnirring L: Diet wars: low-carb vs low-fat: new studies shed light, Jun, p 13-16, NB
Schnirring L: Ephedra use under fire: deaths amplify safety concerns, Apr, p 13-15, NB
Schnirring L: Experts see silver lining in THG scandal, Dec, p 16-17, NB
Schnirring L: Exploring body art trends: pierced tongues raise concern, Mar, p 7-8, NB
Schnirring L: Getting patients moving: is activity promotion paying off?, Feb, p 19, 46, SS
Schnirring L: Heat illness prevention goes high tech: new devices enter sports medicine market, Aug, p 2-6, 14, NB
Schnirring L: Managing stress incontinence: updates on efficacy, new treatments, Sep, p 3-4, 14, NB
Schnirring L: Mending injured athletes: a track record on orthopedic advances, Sep, p 13-14, SS
Schnirring L: New hydration recommendations: risk of hyponatremia plays a big role, Jul, p 15-18, NB
Schnirring L: Osteoporosis in men: who's at risk?, Oct, p 15-18, NB
Schnirring L: Sending sports gear to the showers: benefits for players' skin?, Feb, p 9-12, NB
Schnirring L: Sports medicine braces for HIPAA impact, Jan, p 8-14, NB
Schnirring L: Ties that bind sports medicine and military medicine: wartime docs showcase the connections, May, p 16-18, NB
Schoene RB: see Hawley CJ, Jun, p 25-31
Schoene RB: see Hawley CJ, Jun, p 47-48
Sedaghat V-D: see Birrer RB, May, p 29-41
Sharp RL: see Wen DY, Oct, p 21-24, 35
Shea MA: Knee pain, swelling, and instability, Sep, p 31-33, CQ
Smith PA: see Wen DY, Oct, p 21-24, 35
Speedy DB: Exercise-associated collapse: postural hypotension, or something deadlier?, Mar, p 23-29, RV
Spivak JM: see Chen AL, Aug, p 25-34
Stovitz SD: NSAIDs and musculoskeletal treatment: what is the clinical evidence?, Jan, p 35-40, 52, RV
Sweeney TM: Cholinergic urticaria in a jogger: ruling out exercise-induced anaphylaxis, Jun, p 32-36, CR; (letter) Nov, p 20

Tranovich M: Ankle dislocation without fracture, May, p 42-44, CR
Tucker AM: see Krome CN, Dec, p 21-25, 29
Turner JL Jr: Preparticipation screening of athletic officials: SEC football referees at risk, Mar, p 43-48, R

Walters R: see Turner JL, Mar, p 43-48
Wappes JR: 30 years of sports medicine—and Sportsmedicine, Jan, p 15-18, SS
Warner JJP: see Gerber A, Apr, p 33-40
Wen DY: Atrial flutter in a college football player: return to play or not?, Oct, p 21-24, 35, CR
Wesley RM: see Daniels JM, Oct, p 39-45
Wexler RK: Renal laceration in a high school football player, Feb, p 43-46, CR
Wilmore JH: Aerobic exercise and endurance: improving fitness for health benefits, May, p 45-51, RV
Wooldridge JS: see Turner JL, Mar, p 43-48

Yang F: see Choung EW, Jul, p 39-45

SUBJECT

Abrasion
Identifying and treating uncomplicated corneal abrasions, Aug, p 15-17, CT
Acute mountain sickness: see Altitude sickness
Adolescents
A rise in kids' distal forearm fractures: what's the cause?, Nov, p 11-15, NB
Choosing a strength training program for kids, Sep, p 27-28, PA
Kids' sports: a training ground for life...and for parents, May, p 2, EN
Preparticipation screening of high school athletes: are recommendations enough?, Aug, p 35-38, R
Slipped capital femoral epiphysis in an obese teenager, Jul, p 39-45, CR
Strength training for children and adolescents: what can physicians recommend?, Sep, p 19-26, RV
Adverse effects
NSAIDs and musculoskeletal treatment: what is the clinical evidence?, Jan, p 35-40, 52, RV
Aerobic exercise
Aerobic exercise and endurance: improving fitness for health benefits, May, p 45-51, RV
Exercise and musculoskeletal rehabilitation: restoring optimal form and function, Dec, p 39-45, RV
Aging: see Older patients
AIDS: see HIV
Allergy
Cholinergic urticaria in a jogger: ruling out exercise-induced anaphylaxis, Jun, p 32-36, CR; (letter) Nov, p 20
Altitude sickness
Preparing active patients for international travel, Oct, p 27-35, RV
Alzheimer's disease
Key to the fountain of youth: physically active for life, Dec, p 37-38, SS
Amenorrhea: see Menstrual dysfunction
American College of Sports Medicine
An active future for primary care sports medicine, Jun, p 2, EN
Anabolic steroids
Experts see silver lining in THG scandal, Dec, p 16-17, NB
Anaphylaxis
Cholinergic urticaria in a jogger: ruling out exercise-induced anaphylaxis, Jun, p 32-36, CR; (letter) Nov, p 20
Aneurysm
Arterial and venous injuries in athletes: findings and their effect on diagnosis and treatment, Apr, p 41-48, R
Ankle
Ankle dislocation without fracture, May, p 42-44, CR
Anterior cruciate ligament: see Knee
Arm
A rise in kids' distal forearm fractures: what's the cause?, Nov, p 11-15, NB
Arrhythmia: see also specific diagnosis
Atrial flutter in a college football player: return to play or not?, Oct, p 21-24, 35, CR
Cardiac arrhythmia in a professional football player: was ephedrine to blame?, Dec, p 21-25, 29, CR
Arthritis
Glenohumeral osteoarthritis in active patients: diagnostic tips and complete management options, Apr, p 33-40, RV
Key to the fountain of youth: physically active for life, Dec, p 37-38, SS
NSAIDs and musculoskeletal treatment: what is the clinical evidence?, Jan, p 35-40, 52, RV
Arthroplasty
Glenohumeral osteoarthritis in active patients: diagnostic tips and complete management options, Apr, p 33-40, RV
Arthroscopy
Glenohumeral osteoarthritis in active patients: diagnostic tips and complete management options, Apr, p 33-40, RV
Mending injured athletes: a track record on orthopedic advances, Sep, p 13-14, SS
Autograft: see Graft

Back pain
Degenerative lumbar spinal stenosis: options for aging backs, Aug, p 25-34, RV
Bacterial infection: see Infection
Barriers to exercise: see Exercise motivation
Biomechanics
Detecting and treating shoulder impingement syndrome: the role of scapulothoracic dyskinesis, Jul, p 25-32, RV
Swimming biomechanics and injury prevention: new stroke techniques and medical considerations, Jan, p 41-46, RV
Black health: see Minority health
Body mass index
Physical activity and weight management: building the case for exercise, Nov, p 39-45, RV
Body piercing
Exploring body art trends: pierced tongues raise concern, Mar, p 7-8, NB
Bodybuilding: see Strength training, Ergogenic drugs, Ergogenic nutrition
Bone density
Osteoporosis in men: who's at risk?, Oct, p 15-18, NB
Bull riding: see Rodeo

Carbohydrate
Diet wars: low-carb vs low-fat: new studies shed light, Jun, p 13-16, NB
Cardiac screening: see Preparticipation exam
Cardiovascular: see Heart, Vascular conditions, specific diagnosis
Cartilage transplant
Mending injured athletes: a track record on orthopedic advances, Sep, p 13-14, SS
Chest pain
Pneumomediastinum from sports-related trauma: key findings and recommendations, Jan, p 31-34, CR
Children
A rise in kids' distal forearm fractures: what's the cause?, Nov, p 11-15, NB
Choosing a strength training program for kids, Sep, p 27-28, PA
Obesity in the United States: a worrisome epidemic, Nov, p 23-28, RV
Strength training for children and adolescents: what can physicians recommend?, Sep, p 19-26, RV
Cholesterol
The beat goes on: three decades of stunning advances in cardiology, Jun, p 17-21, SS
Claudication
Degenerative lumbar spinal stenosis: options for aging backs, Aug, p 25-34, RV
Clavicle
Clavicle fractures: individualizing treatment for fracture type, Dec, p 30-36, RV
Steps to take for clavicle fractures, Dec, Web only, PA
Clearance: see Return to play
Collapse
Exercise-associated collapse: postural hypotension, or something deadlier?, Mar, p 23-29, RV
Contract
Behavioral contracting in the treatment of eating disorders, Sep, p 15-18, 26, RV
Core temperature: see Heat injury
Cornea: see Eye
Coronary artery disease
Preparticipation screening of athletic officials: SEC football referees at risk, Mar, p 43-48, R
Corticosteroids
Degenerative lumbar spinal stenosis: options for aging backs, Aug, p 25-34, RV
COX-2 inhibitors
NSAIDs and musculoskeletal treatment: what is the clinical evidence?, Jan, p 35-40, 52, RV
Cryotherapy
Heat illness prevention goes high tech: new devices enter sports medicine market, Aug, p 2-6, 14, NB

Dermatology: see Skin conditions
Diabetes
Exercise and diabetes mellitus: optimizing performance in patients who have type 1 diabetes, May, p 29-41, RV
Diagnostic imaging
A revolution in diagnostic imaging, Mar, p 21-22, SS
Diarrhea
Preparing active patients for international travel, Oct, p 27-35, RV
Dieting: see Weight control, Nutrition
Disease prevention
Avoiding infections: staying healthy, performing well, Feb, Web only, PA
Obesity in the United States: a worrisome epidemic, Nov, p 23-28, RV
Preparing active patients for international travel, Oct, p 27-35, RV
Preventing infectious disease in sports, Feb, p 23-29, RV
The beat goes on: three decades of stunning advances in cardiology, Jun, p 17-21, SS
Dislocation
Ankle dislocation without fracture, May, p 42-44, CR
Disordered eating: see Eating Disorders
Doping: see Drug testing
Drug policy: see also Legal issues
Experts see silver lining in THG scandal, Dec, p 16-17, NB
Drug testing
Experts see silver lining in THG scandal, Dec, p 16-17, NB
Drugs: see also specific drugs, Ergogenic drugs
Degenerative lumbar spinal stenosis: options for aging backs, Aug, p 25-34, RV
Exercise and diabetes mellitus: optimizing performance in patients who have type 1 diabetes, May, p 29-41, RV
Motivating patients toward weight loss: practical strategies for addressing overweight and obesity, Nov, p 29-36, RV
NSAIDs and musculoskeletal treatment: what is the clinical evidence?, Jan, p 35-40, 52, RV
The beat goes on: three decades of stunning advances in cardiology, Jun, p 17-21, SS

Eating disorders: see also Weight control
Behavioral contracting in the treatment of eating disorders, Sep, p 15-18, 26, RV
Eating disorder and menstrual dysfunction screening, education, and treatment programs: survey results from NCAA division 1 schools, Jul, p 33-38, R
Electrocardiogram
Atrial flutter in a college football player: return to play or not?, Oct, p 21-24, 35, CR
Endurance
Aerobic exercise and endurance: improving fitness for health benefits, May, p 45-51, RV
Exercise and musculoskeletal rehabilitation: restoring optimal form and function, Dec, p 39-45, RV
Endurance athlete
Exercise-associated collapse: postural hypotension, or something deadlier?, Mar, p 23-29, RV
Ephedrine
Cardiac arrhythmia in a professional football player: was ephedrine to blame?, Dec, p 21-25, 29, CR
Ephedra use under fire: deaths amplify safety concerns, Apr, p 13-15, NB
Epidemiology
Obesity in the United States: a worrisome epidemic, Nov, p 23-28, RV
Equipment: see Medical equipment, Sports apparel and equipment
Ergogenic drugs
Cardiac arrhythmia in a professional football player: was ephedrine to blame?, Dec, p 21-25, 29, CR
Experts see silver lining in THG scandal, Dec, p 16-17, NB
Ties that bind sports medicine and military medicine: wartime docs showcase the connections, May, p 16-18, NB
Ergogenic nutrition
Ephedra use under fire: deaths amplify safety concerns, Apr, p 13-15, NB
Exercise effects
Aerobic exercise and endurance: improving fitness for health benefits, May, p 45-51, RV
Exercise and diabetes mellitus: optimizing performance in patients who have type 1 diabetes, May, p 29-41, RV
Managing stress incontinence: updates on efficacy, new treatments, Sep, p 3-4, 14, NB
Physical activity and weight management: building the case for exercise, Nov, p 39-45, RV
What is exercise? a primer for practitioners, Mar, p 31-42, 49, RV
Exercise intensity
Aerobic exercise and endurance: improving fitness for health benefits, May, p 45-51, RV
Exercise motivation
Exercise: a tradition to take to heart, Jul, p 2, EN
Getting patients moving: is activity promotion paying off?, Feb, p 19, 46, SS
Motivating patients toward weight loss: practical strategies for addressing overweight and obesity, Nov, p 29-36, RV
Physical activity and weight management: building the case for exercise, Nov, p 39-45, RV
Weight loss success: small steps to reach your goals, Nov, p 37-38, PA
Exercise physiology
Aerobic exercise and endurance: improving fitness for health benefits, May, p 45-51, RV
Exercise and musculoskeletal rehabilitation: restoring optimal form and function, Dec, p 39-45, RV
Putting exercise science to practice, Mar, p 2, EN
Strength training basics: designing workouts to meet patients' goals, Aug, p 39-45, RV
What is exercise? a primer for practitioners, Mar, p 31-42, 49, RV
Exercise prescription
Aerobic exercise and endurance: improving fitness for health benefits, May, p 45-51, RV
Exercise and diabetes mellitus: optimizing performance in patients who have type 1 diabetes, May, p 29-41, RV
Exercise and musculoskeletal rehabilitation: restoring optimal form and function, Dec, p 39-45, RV
Getting patients moving: is activity promotion paying off?, Feb, p 19, 46, SS
Key to the fountain of youth: physically active for life, Dec, p 37-38, SS
Motivating patients toward weight loss: practical strategies for addressing overweight and obesity, Nov, p 29-36, RV
Physical activity and weight management: building the case for exercise, Nov, p 39-45, RV
Weight loss success: small steps to reach your goals, Nov, p 37-38, PA
What is exercise? a primer for practitioners, Mar, p 31-42, 49, RV
Exercise risks
Cholinergic urticaria in a jogger: ruling out exercise-induced anaphylaxis, Jun, p 32-36, CR; (letter) Nov, p 20
Exercise-associated collapse: postural hypotension, or something deadlier?, Mar, p 23-29, RV
Preparticipation screening of athletic officials: SEC football referees at risk, Mar, p 43-48, R
Exercise science: see Exercise physiology
Exercise-induced allergy: see Allergy
Eye
Facial trauma in a softball player, Dec, p 26-29, CR
Identifying and treating uncomplicated corneal abrasions, Aug, p 15-17, CT

Face
Facial trauma in a softball player, Dec, p 26-29, CR
Fatigue
Overtraining syndrome: a guide to diagnosis, treatment, and prevention, Jun, p 25-31, RV
Overtraining syndrome: why training too hard, too long, doesn't work, Jun, p 47-48, PA
Female athlete triad
Eating disorder and menstrual dysfunction screening, education, and treatment programs: survey results from NCAA division 1 schools, Jul, p 33-38, R
The ripple effect of Title IX on women's health issues: treating an increasingly active population, Apr, p 21-23, SS
Fibromyalgia
Managing myofascial pain syndrome: sorting through the diagnosis and honing treatment, Oct, p 39-45, RV
Football
Preparticipation screening of athletic officials: SEC football referees at risk, Mar, p 43-48, R
Forearm: see Arm
Fracture: see also Stress fracture
A rise in kids' distal forearm fractures: what's the cause?, Nov, p 11-15, NB
Clavicle fractures: individualizing treatment for fracture type, Dec, p 30-36, RV
Facial trauma in a softball player, Dec, p 26-29, CR
Knee pain, swelling, and instability, Sep, p 31-33, CQ
Osteoporosis in men: who's at risk?, Oct, p 15-18, NB
Steps to take for clavicle fractures, Dec, Web only, PA

Genetics
The beat goes on: three decades of stunning advances in cardiology, Jun, p 17-21, SS
Glenohumeral joint: see Shoulder
Graft
ACL reconstruction with autografts: weighing performance considerations and postoperative care, Apr, p 27-32, 40, RV
Growth and development
Strength training for children and adolescents: what can physicians recommend?, Sep, p 19-26, RV
Gynecology: see Women's health

Heart: see also specific diagnosis, Electrocardiogram
Atrial flutter in a college football player: return to play or not?, Oct, p 21-24, 35, CR
Cardiac arrhythmia in a professional football player: was ephedrine to blame?, Dec, p 21-25, 29, CR
Preparticipation screening of athletic officials: SEC football referees at risk, Mar, p 43-48, R
Preparticipation screening of high school athletes: are recommendations enough?, Aug, p 35-38, R
The beat goes on: three decades of stunning advances in cardiology, Jun, p 17-21, SS
Heart rate
Aerobic exercise and endurance: improving fitness for health benefits, May, p 45-51, RV
Heat injury
Heat illness prevention goes high tech: new devices enter sports medicine market, Aug, p 2-6, 14, NB
Hematuria
Renal laceration in a high school football player, Feb, p 43-46, CR
Hepatitis
Preparing active patients for international travel, Oct, p 27-35, RV
Hip
Slipped capital femoral epiphysis in an obese teenager, Jul, p 39-45, CR
Historical overview
30 years of sports medicine—and Sportsmedicine, Jan, p 15-18, SS
A revolution in diagnostic imaging, Mar, p 21-22, SS
Getting patients moving: is activity promotion paying off?, Feb, p 19, 46, SS
Making strides in rehabilitation: comprehensive sports medicine care soldiers on, Aug, p 21-22, SS
Mending injured athletes: a track record on orthopedic advances, Sep, p 13-14, SS
The beat goes on: three decades of stunning advances in cardiology, Jun, p 17-21, SS
The ripple effect of Title IX on women's health issues: treating an increasingly active population, Apr, p 21-23, SS
HIV
Avoiding infections: staying healthy, performing well, Feb, Web only, PA
Human immunodeficiency virus: see HIV
Hydration
New hydration recommendations: risk of hyponatremia plays a big role, Jul, p 15-18, NB
Hygiene
Avoiding infections: staying healthy, performing well, Feb, Web only, PA
Preventing infectious disease in sports, Feb, p 23-29, RV
Hyponatremia
Exercise-associated collapse: postural hypotension, or something deadlier?, Mar, p 23-29, RV
New hydration recommendations: risk of hyponatremia plays a big role, Jul, p 15-18, NB
Hypotension
Exercise-associated collapse: postural hypotension, or something deadlier?, Mar, p 23-29, RV

Ice: see Cryotherapy
Immunity
Preventing infectious disease in sports, Feb, p 23-29, RV
Immunization: see Vaccination
Impingement
Degenerative lumbar spinal stenosis: options for aging backs, Aug, p 25-34, RV
Impingement syndrome
Detecting and treating shoulder impingement syndrome: the role of scapulothoracic dyskinesis, Jul, p 25-32, RV
Incontinence
Managing stress incontinence: updates on efficacy, new treatments, Sep, p 3-4, 14, NB
Infection: see also specific diagnosis
Avoiding infections: staying healthy, performing well, Feb, Web only, PA
Exploring body art trends: pierced tongues raise concern, Mar, p 7-8, NB
Preparing active patients for international travel, Oct, p 27-35, RV
Preventing infectious disease in sports, Feb, p 23-29, RV
Sending sports gear to the showers: benefits for players' skin?, Feb, p 9-12, NB
Inflammation
Knee pain, swelling, and instability, Sep, p 31-33, CQ
NSAIDs and musculoskeletal treatment: what is the clinical evidence?, Jan, p 35-40, 52, RV
The beat goes on: three decades of stunning advances in cardiology, Jun, p 17-21, SS
Injection
Managing myofascial pain syndrome: sorting through the diagnosis and honing treatment, Oct, p 39-45, RV
Injury prevention: see also Prevention
A rise in kids' distal forearm fractures: what's the cause?, Nov, p 11-15, NB
Overtraining syndrome: why training too hard, too long, doesn't work, Jun, p 47-48, PA
Sports: hazardous to your health?, Oct, p 2, EN
Stronger shoulders for swimmers, Jan, p 47-48, PA
Swimming biomechanics and injury prevention: new stroke techniques and medical considerations, Jan, p 41-46, RV
Injury statistics
Bull riding injuries in professional rodeo: data for prevention and care, Jun, p 37-41, R
Sports: hazardous to your health?, Oct, p 2, EN
Instability
Knee pain, swelling, and instability, Sep, p 31-33, CQ
Insulin
Exercise and diabetes mellitus: optimizing performance in patients who have type 1 diabetes, May, p 29-41, RV

Joint: see specific joint

Kidney
Renal laceration in a high school football player, Feb, p 43-46, CR
Knee
ACL reconstruction with autografts: weighing performance considerations and postoperative care, Apr, p 27-32, 40, RV
Knee pain, swelling, and instability, Sep, p 31-33, CQ
The ripple effect of Title IX on women's health issues: treating an increasingly active population, Apr, p 21-23, SS

Laundering
Sending sports gear to the showers: benefits for players' skin?, Feb, p 9-12, NB
Legal issues: see also Drug policy
Sports medicine braces for HIPAA impact, Jan, p 8-14, NB
Legislation
Sports medicine braces for HIPAA impact, Jan, p 8-14, NB
Low-back pain: see Back pain
Low-fat diet: see also Fats
Diet wars: low-carb vs low-fat: new studies shed light, Jun, p 13-16, NB
Lung
Pneumomediastinum from sports-related trauma: key findings and recommendations, Jan, p 31-34, CR

Malaria
Preparing active patients for international travel, Oct, p 27-35, RV
Medical equipment
Heat illness prevention goes high tech: new devices enter sports medicine market, Aug, p 2-6, 14, NB
Medical practice
An active future for primary care sports medicine, Jun, p 2, EN
Sports medicine's primary focus: health for all, Dec, p 7, EN
Medical records
Sports medicine braces for HIPAA impact, Jan, p 8-14, NB
Men's health
Osteoporosis in men: who's at risk?, Oct, p 15-18, NB
Menstrual dysfunction
Eating disorder and menstrual dysfunction screening, education, and treatment programs: survey results from NCAA division 1 schools, Jul, p 33-38, R
Military medicine
Ties that bind sports medicine and military medicine: wartime docs showcase the connections, May, p 16-18, NB
Minority health
Obesity in the United States: a worrisome epidemic, Nov, p 23-28, RV
Motion sickness
Preparing active patients for international travel, Oct, p 27-35, RV
Myofascial pain syndrome
Managing myofascial pain syndrome: sorting through the diagnosis and honing treatment, Oct, p 39-45, RV

Neurologic condition
Degenerative lumbar spinal stenosis: options for aging backs, Aug, p 25-34, RV
Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug
NSAIDs and musculoskeletal treatment: what is the clinical evidence?, Jan, p 35-40, 52, RV
Nutrition
Behavioral contracting in the treatment of eating disorders, Sep, p 15-18, 26, RV
Diet wars: low-carb vs low-fat: new studies shed light, Jun, p 13-16, NB
Nutrition: see Ergogenic nutrition

Obesity: see also Weight control
Motivating patients toward weight loss: practical strategies for addressing overweight and obesity, Nov, p 29-36, RV
Obesity epidemic: time to swallow the frog, Nov, p 5, EN
Obesity in the United States: a worrisome epidemic, Nov, p 23-28, RV
Physical activity and weight management: building the case for exercise, Nov, p 39-45, RV
Weight loss success: small steps to reach your goals, Nov, p 37-38, PA
Officiating
Preparticipation screening of athletic officials: SEC football referees at risk, Mar, p 43-48, R
Older patients
Degenerative lumbar spinal stenosis: options for aging backs, Aug, p 25-34, RV
Key to the fountain of youth: physically active for life, Dec, p 37-38, SS
Orbital injury
Facial trauma in a softball player, Dec, p 26-29, CR
Orthopedics
Mending injured athletes: a track record on orthopedic advances, Sep, p 13-14, SS
Osteoarthritis: see Arthritis
Osteoporosis
Eating disorder and menstrual dysfunction screening, education, and treatment programs: survey results from NCAA division 1 schools, Jul, p 33-38, R
Osteoporosis in men: who's at risk?, Oct, p 15-18, NB
Overtraining
Overtraining syndrome: a guide to diagnosis, treatment, and prevention, Jun, p 25-31, RV
Overtraining syndrome: why training too hard, too long, doesn't work, Jun, p 47-48, PA

Pain: see also Therapeutic modality, Rehabilitation, anatomic site
Knee pain, swelling, and instability, Sep, p 31-33, CQ
Managing myofascial pain syndrome: sorting through the diagnosis and honing treatment, Oct, p 39-45, RV
Parents
Kids' sports: a training ground for life...and for parents, May, p 2, EN
Parkinson's disease
Key to the fountain of youth: physically active for life, Dec, p 37-38, SS
Physiatry: see Physical medicine and rehabilitation
Physical medicine and rehabilitation
Making strides in rehabilitation: comprehensive sports medicine care soldiers on, Aug, p 21-22, SS
Physical therapy: see Rehabilitation
Physician education
Sports medicine's primary focus: health for all, Dec, p 7, EN
Physiology of Exercise: see Exercise physiology
Piercing: see Body piercing
Pneumomediastinum
Pneumomediastinum from sports-related trauma: key findings and recommendations, Jan, p 31-34, CR
Popliteal artery
Arterial and venous injuries in athletes: findings and their effect on diagnosis and treatment, Apr, p 41-48, R
Postural hypotension: see Hypotension
Preparticipation exam
Eating disorder and menstrual dysfunction screening, education, and treatment programs: survey results from NCAA division 1 schools, Jul, p 33-38, R
Exercise and diabetes mellitus: optimizing performance in patients who have type 1 diabetes, May, p 29-41, RV
Preparticipation screening of athletic officials: SEC football referees at risk, Mar, p 43-48, R
Preparticipation screening of high school athletes: are recommendations enough?, Aug, p 35-38, R
Prevention: see also Injury prevention
Eating disorder and menstrual dysfunction screening, education, and treatment programs: survey results from NCAA division 1 schools, Jul, p 33-38, R
Heat illness prevention goes high tech: new devices enter sports medicine market, Aug, p 2-6, 14, NB
Overtraining syndrome: why training too hard, too long, doesn't work, Jun, p 47-48, PA
Physical activity and weight management: building the case for exercise, Nov, p 39-45, RV
Privacy
Sports medicine braces for HIPAA impact, Jan, p 8-14, NB
Prophylaxis: see Disease prevention, Prevention
Psychological issues
Behavioral contracting in the treatment of eating disorders, Sep, p 15-18, 26, RV
Motivating patients toward weight loss: practical strategies for addressing overweight and obesity, Nov, p 29-36, RV
Overtraining syndrome: a guide to diagnosis, treatment, and prevention, Jun, p 25-31, RV
Public health
Getting patients moving: is activity promotion paying off?, Feb, p 19, 46, SS
Obesity epidemic: time to swallow the frog, Nov, p 5, EN
Obesity in the United States: a worrisome epidemic, Nov, p 23-28, RV
Pulmonary: see Lung

Radiculopathy
Degenerative lumbar spinal stenosis: options for aging backs, Aug, p 25-34, RV
Radiofrequency ablation
Atrial flutter in a college football player: return to play or not?, Oct, p 21-24, 35, CR
Radiology: see Diagnostic imaging
Reconstructive surgery
ACL reconstruction with autografts: weighing performance considerations and postoperative care, Apr, p 27-32, 40, RV
Referee: see Officiating
Rehabilitation
ACL reconstruction with autografts: weighing performance considerations and postoperative care, Apr, p 27-32, 40, RV
Detecting and treating shoulder impingement syndrome: the role of scapulothoracic dyskinesis, Jul, p 25-32, RV
Exercise and musculoskeletal rehabilitation: restoring optimal form and function, Dec, p 39-45, RV
Making strides in rehabilitation: comprehensive sports medicine care soldiers on, Aug, p 21-22, SS
Stronger shoulders for swimmers, Jan, p 47-48, PA
Swimming biomechanics and injury prevention: new stroke techniques and medical considerations, Jan, p 41-46, RV
Renal: see Kidney
Respiratory: see Lung
Return to play
Atrial flutter in a college football player: return to play or not?, Oct, p 21-24, 35, CR
Behavioral contracting in the treatment of eating disorders, Sep, p 15-18, 26, RV
Clavicle fractures: individualizing treatment for fracture type, Dec, p 30-36, RV
Making strides in rehabilitation: comprehensive sports medicine care soldiers on, Aug, p 21-22, SS
Overtraining syndrome: a guide to diagnosis, treatment, and prevention, Jun, p 25-31, RV
Steps to take for clavicle fractures, Dec, Web only, PA
Risk: see Exercise risks
Rodeo
Bull riding injuries in professional rodeo: data for prevention and care, Jun, p 37-41, R
Running
Sacral stress fractures: tracking down nonspecific pain in distance runners, Feb, p 31-42, RV

Sacroiliac
Sacral stress fractures: tracking down nonspecific pain in distance runners, Feb, p 31-42, RV
Sacrum
Sacral stress fractures: tracking down nonspecific pain in distance runners, Feb, p 31-42, RV
SARS: see Severe acute respiratory syndrome
Scapula: see Shoulder
Scapulothoracic dyskinesis
Detecting and treating shoulder impingement syndrome: the role of scapulothoracic dyskinesis, Jul, p 25-32, RV
Severe acute respiratory syndrome
Preparing active patients for international travel, Oct, p 27-35, RV
Shoulder
Clavicle fractures: individualizing treatment for fracture type, Dec, p 30-36, RV
Detecting and treating shoulder impingement syndrome: the role of scapulothoracic dyskinesis, Jul, p 25-32, RV
Glenohumeral osteoarthritis in active patients: diagnostic tips and complete management options, Apr, p 33-40, RV
Steps to take for clavicle fractures, Dec, Web only, PA
Stronger shoulders for swimmers, Jan, p 47-48, PA
Swimming biomechanics and injury prevention: new stroke techniques and medical considerations, Jan, p 41-46, RV
Side effects: see Adverse effects
Skin conditions
Preventing infectious disease in sports, Feb, p 23-29, RV
Sending sports gear to the showers: benefits for players' skin?, Feb, p 9-12, NB
Slipped capital femoral epiphysis
Slipped capital femoral epiphysis in an obese teenager, Jul, p 39-45, CR
Spinal stenosis
Degenerative lumbar spinal stenosis: options for aging backs, Aug, p 25-34, RV
Spine
Degenerative lumbar spinal stenosis: options for aging backs, Aug, p 25-34, RV
Sports apparel and equipment
Sending sports gear to the showers: benefits for players' skin?, Feb, p 9-12, NB
Sports medicine
30 years of sports medicine—and Sportsmedicine, Jan, p 15-18, SS
An active future for primary care sports medicine, Jun, p 2, EN
Reflecting on 30 years of moving forward, Jan, p 2, EN
Sports: hazardous to your health?, Oct, p 2, EN
Sports medicine braces for HIPAA impact, Jan, p 8-14, NB
Sports medicine's primary focus: health for all, Dec, p 7, EN
Ties that bind sports medicine and military medicine: wartime docs showcase the connections, May, p 16-18, NB
Sportsmanship
Kids' sports: a training ground for life...and for parents, May, p 2, EN
Stamina: see Endurance
Strength training
Choosing a strength training program for kids, Sep, p 27-28, PA
Exercise and musculoskeletal rehabilitation: restoring optimal form and function, Dec, p 39-45, RV
Strength training basics: designing workouts to meet patients' goals, Aug, p 39-45, RV
Strength training for children and adolescents: what can physicians recommend?, Sep, p 19-26, RV
Stress
Preparticipation screening of athletic officials: SEC football referees at risk, Mar, p 43-48, R
Stress fracture
Sacral stress fractures: tracking down nonspecific pain in distance runners, Feb, p 31-42, RV
Supplements: see Ergogenic drugs, Ergogenic nutrition
Swelling: see Inflammation
Swimmer's shoulder
Stronger shoulders for swimmers, Jan, p 47-48, PA
Swimming biomechanics and injury prevention: new stroke techniques and medical considerations, Jan, p 41-46, RV
Swimming
Stronger shoulders for swimmers, Jan, p 47-48, PA
Swimming biomechanics and injury prevention: new stroke techniques and medical considerations, Jan, p 41-46, RV

Tattoos
Exploring body art trends: pierced tongues raise concern, Mar, p 7-8, NB
Team physician
Sports medicine braces for HIPAA impact, Jan, p 8-14, NB
Television
Obesity in the United States: a worrisome epidemic, Nov, p 23-28, RV
Tendinosis
NSAIDs and musculoskeletal treatment: what is the clinical evidence?, Jan, p 35-40, 52, RV
Tetrahydrogestrinone
Experts see silver lining in THG scandal, Dec, p 16-17, NB
Therapeutic modality
Heat illness prevention goes high tech: new devices enter sports medicine market, Aug, p 2-6, 14, NB
THG: see Tetrahydrogestrinone
Thoracic outlet syndrome
Arterial and venous injuries in athletes: findings and their effect on diagnosis and treatment, Apr, p 41-48, R
Thrill sports
Bull riding injuries in professional rodeo: data for prevention and care, Jun, p 37-41, R
Thrombosis
Arterial and venous injuries in athletes: findings and their effect on diagnosis and treatment, Apr, p 41-48, R
Title IX
The ripple effect of Title IX on women's health issues: treating an increasingly active population, Apr, p 21-23, SS
Travel
Preparing active patients for international travel, Oct, p 27-35, RV
Trigger points
Managing myofascial pain syndrome: sorting through the diagnosis and honing treatment, Oct, p 39-45, RV

Urethral insert
Managing stress incontinence: updates on efficacy, new treatments, Sep, p 3-4, 14, NB
Urinary tract
Managing stress incontinence: updates on efficacy, new treatments, Sep, p 3-4, 14, NB
Urticaria
Cholinergic urticaria in a jogger: ruling out exercise-induced anaphylaxis, Jun, p 32-36, CR; (letter) Nov, p 20

Vaccination
Avoiding infections: staying healthy, performing well, Feb, Web only, PA
Preparing active patients for international travel, Oct, p 27-35, RV
Preventing infectious disease in sports, Feb, p 23-29, RV
Vascular conditions
Arterial and venous injuries in athletes: findings and their effect on diagnosis and treatment, Apr, p 41-48, R
Exercise-associated collapse: postural hypotension, or something deadlier?, Mar, p 23-29, RV

Weight control: see also Eating disorders, Obesity
Behavioral contracting in the treatment of eating disorders, Sep, p 15-18, 26, RV
Diet wars: low-carb vs low-fat: new studies shed light, Jun, p 13-16, NB
Motivating patients toward weight loss: practical strategies for addressing overweight and obesity, Nov, p 29-36, RV
Obesity epidemic: time to swallow the frog, Nov, p 5, EN
Physical activity and weight management: building the case for exercise, Nov, p 39-45, RV
Weight loss success: small steps to reach your goals, Nov, p 37-38, PA
Weight training: see Strength training
Weights
Choosing a strength training program for kids, Sep, p 27-28, PA
Women's health
Behavioral contracting in the treatment of eating disorders, Sep, p 15-18, 26, RV
Managing stress incontinence: updates on efficacy, new treatments, Sep, p 3-4, 14, NB
The ripple effect of Title IX on women's health issues: treating an increasingly active population, Apr, p 21-23, SS
Workout: see Exercise prescription

Youth: see Children, Adolescents


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