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Repair of Proximal Hamstring Tears: A Surgical Technique

2017 Arthroscopy Proximal hamstring tears are among the most common sports-related injuries and are frequently seen during eccentric muscle contractions, forced hip hyperflexion, and ipsilateral knee extension and fall accidents.1,2 The hamstring muscle group consists of 3 posterior thigh muscles, [...]

AOSSM Early Sport Specialization Consensus Statement

OJSM 2016 Background: Early sport specialization is not a requirement for success at the highest levels of competition and is believed to be unhealthy physically and mentally for young athletes. It also discourages unstructured free play, which has many benefits. [...]

When Is It Too Early for Single Sport Specialization?

AJSM 2015 Over the past 15 years, there has been an increase in youth sports participation with a concomitant increase in early year-round training in a single sport. Many factors contribute to the desire of parents and coaches to encourage [...]

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