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  • Impact of obesity and down syndrome on maximal heart rate and work capacity in youth and adults with intellectual disabilitie 

    Wee, Sang Ouk T.; Pitetti, Kenneth H.; Baynard, Tracy; Fernhall, Bo; Guerra Balic, Miriam Elisa (Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2013-05)
    PURPOSE: Obesity in Down syndrome (DS) is a very commonhealth condition. Individuals with DS show low cardiovascular function such aslow peak heart rate (HR peak) and peak oxygen consumption (VO2peak). It isunknown if ...
  • Hemodynamic responses to handgrip exercise in persons with and without down syndrome when matched for heart rate responses 

    Hultgren, Kari A.; Goulopoulou, Stella; Figueroa, Arturo; Collier, Scott; Pitetti, Kenneth H.; Fernhall, Bo; Baynard, Tracy (Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2013-05)
    Individuals with Down syndrome (DS) have altered autonomic function and hemodynamic responses to certain physiological stressors. However, these data are generally reported as group means. It is not known if there is a ...
  • Altered autonomic response to upright tilt in Individuals with down syndrome 

    Bunsawat, Kanokwan; Goulopoulou, Stella; Collier, Scott; Figueroa, Arturo; Pitetti, Kenneth H.; Fernhall, Bo; Baynard, Tracy (Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2013-05)
    Previous research has reported altered autonomic function in individuals with Down syndrome (DS) at rest and in response to certain stimuli (i.e. isometric handgrip, aerobic exercise, and even tilt table testing). Yet, ...
  • 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 ...
  • Avoiding shoulder injury from resistance training 

    Durall, Christopher J.; Manske, Robert C.; Davies, George J. (Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins, 2001)
    One of the primary responsibilities of the personal trainer or strength and conditioning specialist is educating clients in proper exercise techniques. More importantly, however, the strength and conditioning professional ...
  • Recent advances following anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction: rehabilitation perspectives 

    Manske, Robert C.; Prohaska, Daniel; Lucas, Brennen (Springer Current Science Inc., 2012)
    Injuries to the anterior cruciate ligament are common. Surgical reconstruction is more prevalent than ever. This review article discusses treatment of the patient following surgical reconstruction of the anterior cruciate ...
  • The assessment of function: How is it measured? A clinical perspective 

    Reiman, Michael P.; Manske, Robert C. (Maney Publishing, 2011)
    Testing for outcome or performance can take many forms; including multiple iterations of self-reported measures of function (an assessment of the individual's perceived dysfunction) and/or clinical special tests (which are ...
  • The assessment of function. Part II: clinical perspective of a javelin thrower with low back and groin pain 

    Reiman, Michael P.; Manske, Robert C. (Maney Publishing, 2012)
    Assessment of an individual's functional ability can be complex. This assessment should also be individualized and adaptable to changes in functional status. In the first article of this series, we operationally defined ...
  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • Incidence and correlates of diarrhea, fever, Malaria and weight loss among elderly and non-elderly internally displaced parents in Cibombo Cimuangi in the eastern Kasai Province, Democratic Republic of the Congo 

    Bukonda, Ngoyi K.Z.; Smith, Barbara S.; Disashi, Tumba G.; Njue, Jane Rose; Lee, Kyoung Hag (Springer Netherlands, 2012-03)
    Socio-demographic and medical information about internally displaced persons in all parts of the world is lacking. One area where many of these persons reside is the Democratic Republic of Congo. A cross-sectional survey ...
  • 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 ...
  • Shoulder posterior internal impingement in the overhead athlete 

    Manske, Robert C.; Grant-Nierman, Meggan; Lucas, Brennen (The Sports Physical Therapy Section of the American Physical Therapy Association, 2013-04)
    Posterior internal impingement (PII) of the glenohumeral joint is a common cause of shoulder complex pain in the overhead athlete. This impingement is very different from standard outlet impingement seen in shoulder patients. ...
  • Children and adolescents with Down syndrome, physical fitness and physical activity 

    Pitetti, Kenneth H.; Baynard, Tracy; Agiovlasitis, Stamatis (Shanghai University of Sport, 2012-11-08)
    Children (5–12 years) and adolescents (13–19 years) with Down syndrome (DS) possess a set of health, anatomical, physiological, cognitive, and psycho-social attributes predisposing them to limitations on their physical ...
  • 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 ...
  • Periodization: current review and suggested implementation for athletic rehabilitation 

    Lorenz, Daniel; Reiman, Michael P.; Walker, John C. (American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine, 2010-11)
    Background: Clinicians are constantly faced with the challenge of designing training programs for injured and noninjured athletes that maximize healing and optimize performance. Periodization is a concept of systematic ...
  • Lumbo-pelvic-hip complex pain in a competitive basketball player 

    Reiman, Michael P.; Cox, Kara; Byrd, J.W. (American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine, 2011-01)
    Establishing the cause of lumbo-pelvic-hip complex pain is a challenge for many clinicians. This case report describes the mechanism of injury, diagnostic process, surgical management, and rehabilitation of a female high ...
  • Comparison of different trunk endurance testing methods in college-aged individuals 

    Reiman, Michael P.; Krier, Amber D.; Nelson, Julie A.; Rogers, Michael A.; Stuke, Zachariah O.; Smith, Barbara S. (Sports Physical Therapy Section, 2012-10)
    Objective: Determine the reliability of two different modified (MOD1 and MOD2) testing methods compared to a standard method (ST) for testing trunk flexion and extension endurance. Participants: Twenty‐eight healthy ...
  • The cardiovascular capacities of adults with Down syndrome: a comparative study 

    Pitetti, Kenneth H.; Climstein, Mike; Campbell, Kathryn D.; Barrett, Pamela J.; Jackson, James A. (Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 1992-01)
    The purpose of this study was to compare the cardiovascular capacities of individuals with Down syndrome (DS) to individuals without Down syndrome who are mentally retarded. Sixteen young adults with DS and 16 individuals ...

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