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June 2021 Table of Contents

THE PHYSICIAN AND SPORTSMEDICINE - VOL 32 - NO. 6 - JUNE 2021

NEWS AND ANALYSIS           

Editor's Notes
Prevention for All: Applying Our High-Tech Treatment Know-How
Gordon O. Matheson, MD, PhD

Best of the Literature
Stabilizing Exercises for Low-Back Pain • Move Fast or Faster to Last Long or Longer • Creatine and Weight Training Pump Up Vegetarians • High-Impact Activity Builds Stronger Bones

News Briefs
Survey Suggests a Decline in Obesity Counseling: Physicians Analyze Reasons • Team Physician Reflections on Pat Tillman

REVIEW ARTICLES

Preparticipation Cardiovascular Screening of Young Athletes
An Epidemiologic Perspective
The specter of a young, apparently healthy athlete dying suddenly drives intensive efforts to improve and expand cardiovascular preparticipation screening. However, epidemiologic data reveal the limitations of current screening methods and outline the benefit of adding more sophisticated tests.
Dennis Y. Wen, MD

Sports Dermatology Series
Common Bacterial Dermatoses
Protecting Competitive Athletes
Hot, sweaty skin, friction, and trauma are major players in the development of bacterial dermatoses in active patients. Though most infections don't impede physical performance, prompt diagnosis and treatment can protect the athlete and prevent disease spread to teammates and competitors.
CPT (P) Jeffrey A. Levy, DO

CASE REPORT

Ganglion Cyst and Olecranon Physis Nonunion in a Baseball Pitcher
Unique Treatment After Conservative Therapy Fails
Typical elbow pain in throwing athletes can sometimes mask more obscure problems, such as epiphyseal stress fractures or ganglion cysts. In this patient's case, both occurred within the same elbow. The age and activity level of the patient guided the choice of a novel surgical treatment.
Mark L. Burman, MD; Fawzi Aljassir, MD; Larry P. Coughlin, MD

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