Surgical Tips for Performing Open Fasciotomies for Chronic Exertional Compartment Syndrome of the Leg

Research Paper Title Surgical Tips for Performing Open Fasciotomies for Chronic Exertional Compartment Syndrome of the Leg. Abstract Chronic exertional compartment syndrome (CECS) of the leg is a debilitating condition that has previously been characterised in athletes and military personnel. The results of surgical management in these patient populations have previously been published with inconsistencies… Read More

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What is the Incidence & Time to Return to Training for Stress Fractures during Royal Marines Basic Training?

Research Paper Title Incidence and Time to Return to Training for Stress Fractures during Military Basic Training. Background Currently, little is known about the length of time required to rehabilitate patients from stress fractures and their return to preinjury level of physical activity. Previous studies have looked at the return to sport in athletes, in… Read More

Can We Predict treatment Response to Cognitive Rehabilitation in Military Personnel with Mild Traumatic Brain Injury?

Research Paper Title Predicting treatment response to cognitive rehabilitation in military service members with mild traumatic brain injury. Background Determine factors that affect responsiveness to cognitive rehabilitation (CR) interventions in service members (SMs) who sustained mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI). Methods 126 SMs with a history of mTBI 3 to 24 months postinjury participated in… Read More

What is the Effectiveness of the THOR3 Programme on Self-Reported Injury Rates?

Research Paper Title Evaluation of the US Army Special Forces Tactical Human Optimization, Rapid Rehabilitation, and Reconditioning Program. Background The researchers sought to assess the rehabilitation process, training, performance, and injury rates among those participating and not participating in the Tactical Human Optimisation, Rapid Rehabilitation, and Reconditioning (THOR3) program and determine injury risk factors. Methods… Read More

Returning to Sport (RTS) after Surgical Treatment for Anterior Shoulder Instability

Research Paper Title Return to Sport After Surgical Treatment for Anterior Shoulder Instability: A Systematic Review. Background For athletes, a return to preinjury activity levels with minimal time away is a metric indicative of successful recovery. The knowledge of this metric would be helpful for the sports medicine specialist to advise patients on appropriate expectations… Read More

Recovering from a Bootcamp Injury: A Few Takeaways

Bootcamp sessions can be gruelling, whether or not you are undergoing special forces training, you may not be spared from anything that could go wrong. Common injuries, such as bruises and ankle sprains, can be manageable but, for the more serious ones like fractures and skin ruptures, you may have to go through a lengthy… Read More

How to Deal With Serious Obstacle Course Injuries

If you have been through intense obstacle course racing (OCR) training for quite some time now, you may have experienced several niggles or minor injuries here and there. Nothing a tab of Tylenol won’t fix! But you will have to admit that there are certain injuries that require more than just good old-fashioned painkillers. Sure… Read More