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  • Clinical commentary and literature review: Diagnosis, conservative and surgical management of adhesive capsulitis 

    Manske, Robert C.; Prohaska, Daniel (Wiley-Blackwell, 2010-09-30)
    Adhesive capsulitis is a painful musculoskeletal condition of the glenohumeral joint causing limitation of motion and pain. To date the aetiology of adhesive capsulitis remains somewhat of a mystery. Standard of care ...
  • Closed kinetic chain (linear) isokinetic testing: Relationships to functional testing 

    Manske, Robert C.; Smith, Barbara S.; Rogers, Michael E.; Wyatt, Frank B. (IOS Press, 2003)
    Study design: A correlation study to determine the relationship of the results of linear isokinetic testing and various functional tests. Objectives: To determine the relationship of scores on a linear isokinetic test to ...
  • Current concepts in shoulder examination of the overhead athlete 

    Manske, Robert C.; Ellenbecker, Todd S. (The Sports Physical Therapy Section, 2013-10)
    Examination of the shoulder complex has long been described as challenging. This is particularly true in the examination of the overhead athlete who has structural differences when compared to a shoulder patient who is a ...
  • Diagnosis and management of adhesive capsulitis 

    Manske, Robert C.; Prohaska, Daniel (Springer Open Choice, 2008-12)
    Adhesive capsulitis is a musculoskeletal condition that has a disabling capability. This review discusses the diagnosis and both operative and nonoperative management of this shoulder condition that causes significant ...
  • Diagnosis and management of adhesive capsulitis 

    Manske, Robert C.; Prohaska, Daniel (Springer Healthcare, 2008-12)
    Adhesive capsulitis is a musculoskeletal condition that has a disabling capability. This review discusses the diagnosis and both operative and nonoperative management of this shoulder condition that causes significant ...
  • Difference in isokinetic torque acceleration energy of the rotator cuff: competitive male pitchers versus male nonathletes 

    Manske, Robert C.; Tajchman, Casey S.; Stranghoner, Todd A.; Ellenbecker, Todd S. (Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2004-08)
    Rotator cuff function is critical to the overhead athlete. Rotator cuff power is felt to be important in the overhead athlete during the throwing motion. Little research exists regarding torque acceleration energy (TAE) ...
  • Elbow joint active replication in college pitchers following simulated game throwing: An exploratory study 

    Manske, Robert C.; Stovak, Mark L.; Cox, Kara; Smith, Barbara S. (Sage Publications, 2010-05-17)
    The determination of proprioceptive qualities for the elbow of the college-age pitcher following throwing aids in the understanding of elbow function. The results suggest that a proprioceptive loss may occur after a simulated ...
  • Electromyographically based rehabilitation exercises for the scapular muscles 

    Manske, Robert C. (Human Kinetics, 2006-07)
    Both the scapulothoracic- and scapulohumeral-muscle complexes are critical to a fully functional and asymptomatic shoulder. Strengthening exercises for these essential muscle groups should not be done in a random pattern, ...
  • Evidence based evaluation and treatment of knee osteoarthritis in the aging athlete 

    Manske, Robert C.; Reiman, Michael P. (Sports Physical Therapy Section, APTA, 2006)
    Osteoarthritis of the knee is a very disabling condition that affects millions of patients. Numerous treatment options exist for this progressive condition. Treatment options for physical therapists include therapeutic ...
  • Evidence-based medicine/practice in sports physical therapy 

    Manske, Robert C.; Lehecka, B.J. (Sports Physical Therapy Section, 2012-10)
    A push for the use of evidence-based medicine and evidence-based practice patterns has permeated most health care disciplines. The use of evidence-based practice in sports physical therapy may improve health care ...
  • Functional performance testing for power and return to sports 

    Manske, Robert C.; Reiman, Michael P. (SAGE, 2013)
    Context: Functional performance testing of athletes can determine physical limitations that may affect sporting activities. Optimal functional performance testing simulates the athlete's activity. Evidence Acquisition: A ...
  • Glenohumeral motion deficits: friend or foe? 

    Manske, Robert C.; Wilk, Kevin E.; Davies, George J.; Ellenbecker, Todd S.; Reinold, Mike (The Sports Physical Therapy Section, 2013-10)
    In most shoulder conditions a loss of glenohumeral motion results in shoulder performance impairments. However, in the overhead athlete loss of glenohumeral internal rotation, termed glenohumeral internal rotation deficiency ...
  • How to write a scientific article 

    Hoogenboom, Barbara J.; Manske, Robert C. (The Sports Physical Therapy Section, 2012)
    Successful production of a written product for submission to a peer?reviewed scientific journal requires substantial effort. Such an effort can be maximized by following a few simple suggestions when composing/creating the ...
  • Interlimb differences in lower extremity bone mineral density following anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction 

    Manske, Robert C.; Rogers, Michael E.; Reiman, Michael P. (Orthopaedic and Sports Medicine Sections of the American Physical Therapy Association, 2006-11)
    BMD differences in the hip region are significant in patients who are postoperative ACL reconstruction. Measurements at specific hip sites demonstrated greater differences in bone mineral status than measurements of the ...
  • Knee 

    Manske, Robert C.; Prohaska, Daniel (Elsevier, 2009)
  • Lower extremity functional tests and risk of injury in division III collegiate athletes. 

    Brumitt, Jason; Heiderscheit, Bryan C.; Manske, Robert C.; Niemuth, Paul E.; Rauh, Mitchell J. (The Sports Physical Therapy Section of the American Physical Therapy Association, 2013-06)
    Purpose/Background: Functional tests have been used primarily to assess an athlete's fitness or readiness to return to sport. The purpose of this prospective cohort study was to determine the ability of the standing long ...
  • Multiple ligament knee injury: Complications 

    Manske, Robert C.; Hosseinzadeh, Pooya; Giangarra, Charles E. (Sports Physical Therapy Section, APTA, 2008-11)
    Non-operative and operative complications are common following multiple ligament knee injuries. This article will describe common complications seen by the surgeon and physical therapist following this complex injury. ...
  • Nonoperative and operative management of snapping scapula 

    Manske, Robert C.; Reiman, Michael P.; Stovak, Mark L. (Sage Publications, 2004-09)
    Snapping scapula is a painful crepitus of the scapulothoracic articulation. This crepitus is a grinding or snapping noise with scapulothoracic motion that may or may not accompany pain. This condition is commonly seen in ...
  • A nonsurgical approach to examination and treatment of the patellofemoral joint, part 1: Examination of the patellofemoral joint 

    Manske, Robert C.; Davies, George J. (Begell House, Inc., 2003)
    Patellofemoral pain is a very complex and often time’s vague pathology located in the area of the anterior knee commonly causing both pain and dysfunction. Included in this 2-part series will be this article, which will ...
  • A nonsurgical approach to examination and treatment of the patellofemoral joint, part 2: Pathology and nonsurgical management of the patellofemoral joint 

    Manske, Robert C.; Davies, George J. (Begell House, Inc., 2003)
    Patellofemoral pain (PFP) continues to be one of the most commonly diagnosed knee pathologies. Patellofemoral pain is a term used to describe any host of lesions in and around the anterior knee. Part 1 of this article ...