Clinical Journal Of Sports Medicine

journalClinical Journal of Sport Medicine is an international refereed journal published for clinicians with a primary interest in sports medicine practice. The journal publishes original research and reviews covering diagnostics, therapeutics, and rehabilitation in healthy and physically challenged individuals of all ages and levels of sport and exercise participation.

  1. Use of Blood Biomarkers in the Assessment of Sports-Related Concussion—A Systematic Review in the Context of Their Biological Significance
    Objectives: To critically review current knowledge on the positive and negative predictive value of blood biomarkers for concussion; to illustrate the clinical and biological contexts that help evalua …
  2. Risks of Exertional Rhabdomyolysis With Blood Flow–Restricted Training: Beyond the Case Report
    No abstract available
  3. Cannabis and the Health and Performance of the Elite Athlete
    Objective: Cannabis (marijuana) is undergoing extensive regulatory review in many global jurisdictions for medical and nonmedical access. Cannabis has potential impact on the health of athletes as wel …
  4. Analgesic Management of Pain in Elite Athletes: A Systematic Review
    Objective: To identify the prevalence, frequency of use, and effects of analgesic pain management strategies used in elite athletes. Design: Systematic literature review. Data Sources: Six databases: …
  5. “Deromanticising” the Image of Pain in Athletes
    No abstract available
  6. Injectable Nonsteroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drugs in Sport
    Objective: The primary objective of this article is to review the basic science of nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), their clinical effects, indications, potential complications, and ethi …
  7. Novel Factors Associated With Analgesic and Anti-inflammatory Medication Use in Distance Runners: Pre-race Screening Among 76 654 Race Entrants—SAFER Study VI
    Objective: Analgesic/anti-inflammatory medication (AAIM) increases the risk of medical complications during endurance races. We determined how many runners use AAIM before or during races, AAIM types, …
  8. Long-Term Safety of Using Local Anesthetic Injections in Professional Rugby League for Modified Indications
    Objective: To assess and evaluate the long-term safety of local anesthetic injections before or during games in professional rugby league players. Design: Retrospective case series. Setting: Professio …
  9. Injectable Corticosteroids in Sport
    Objective: To review the literature guiding all aspects of the use of injectable corticosteroids for painful musculoskeletal conditions, with a focus on the treatment of athletes. Data Sources: An ext …
  10. Nonpharmacological Management of Persistent Pain in Elite Athletes: Rationale and Recommendations
    Abstract: Persistent pain is common in elite athletes. The current review arose from a consensus initiative by the International Olympic Committee to advance the development of a standardized, scienti …

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