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PRiSM and inCourage Announce New Partnership
to Help Address Youth Sports Injuries

PRiSM (Pediatric Research in Sports Medicine) announced a new partnership with inCourage, an international organization devoted to keeping kids playing organized sports. Through this partnership, medical professionals from PRiSM’s renowned multi-disciplinary group of pediatric and adolescent sports medicine specialists will provide their subject matter expertise for inCourage’s free solution-based videos and resources. Check out the most recent blog HERE. View the press release HERE.


2018 Annual Meeting Recordings

Every year, pediatric sports professionals from around the country submit their most cutting edge research to present at PRiSM's Annual Meeting. Take a look at what was covered in 2018:

Female Athlete

- LOW ENERGY AVAILABILITY CAUSES IMPAIRMENTS BEYOND THE TRIAD IN ADOLESCENT FEMALE ATHLETES (Kathryn E. Ackerman, MD, MPH, FACSM)

- SEASMOID FRACTURES IN FEMALE PERFORMING ATHLETES PRESENTING TO A PEDIATRIC SPORTS MEDICINE PROGRAM (Andrea Stracciolini, MD )

- GIRLS’ GYMNASTICS INJURIES IN UNITED STATES HIGH SCHOOLS 2008/2009 THROUGH 2011/2012: A NATIONAL SUMMARY (Traci Snedden, PhD, RN)

- THE FEMALE ATHLETE: SEX BASED DIFFERENCES IN PEDIATRIC SPORTS (Cordelia Carter, MD)

Multi-Ligament Knee

- OPERATIVE MANAGEMENT OF MULTI-LIGAMENT KNEE INJURIES IN CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS (Pamela Lang, MD)

- ANTEROLATERAL CAPSULAR FOLDING AND THE ANTEROLATERAL LIGAMENT: CAN WE CREATE IT? (Tyler Stavinoha)

- PEDIATRIC KNEE DISLOCATION WITH MULTILIGAMENTOUS KNEE INJURY: CASE REPORT AND LITERATURE REVIEW (Travis Roth, MD)

UCL/Medial Epicondyle

- OUTCOMES AND RETURN TO PLAY AFTER ULNAR COLLATERAL LIGAMENT RECONSTRUCTION IN ADOLESCENT ATHLETES (Michael Saper, DO, ATC)

- EXCESSIVE SAGITTAL PLANE TRUNK MOTION IN BASEBALL PITCHING IS ASSOCIATED WITH INCREASED ELBOW VARUS MOMENTS AND BALL VELOCITY (Carl Nissen, MD)

- MEDIAL EPICONDYLE FRACTURE BIOMECHANICS: EVALUATION OF THREE DIFFERENT FIXATION METHODS (Andrew Pennock, MD)

OCD Elbow

- ANATOMY VS ACTIVITY:  A COMPARISON OF CAPITELLAR OSTEOCHONDRITIS DISSECANS IN GYMNASTS AND BASEBALL PLAYERS (Philip Wilson, MD)

- META-ANALYSIS OF ADOLESCENT CAPITELLAR OSTEOCHONDRITIS DISSECANS: PREDICTIVE ROLE OF SYMPTOM DURATION ON PROGNOSIS (Carl Nissen, MD)

- THE DEMOGRAPHICS AND EPIDEMIOLOGY OF OSTEOCHONDRITIS DISSECANS OF THE ELBOW IN CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS (Kevin Shea, MD)

Patellofemoral Instability

- FIRST DO NO HARM: A COMPARISON OF PATELLOFEMORAL CONTACT PRESSURES AND LIGAMENT ISOMETRY IN SKELETALLY IMMATURE MPFL RECONSTRUCTION TECHNIQUES (Sheena Black, MD)

- AXIAL WIDTH OF PATELLAR TENDON BEYOND LATERAL TROCHLEAR RIDGE: A NOVEL MEASUREMENT OF PATELLOFEMORAL INSTABILITY (John Urwin, MD)

- OUTCOMES OF MEDIAL PATELLAR TENDON TRANSFER WITH PROXIMAL REALIGNMENT IN YOUNG SKELETALLY IMMATURE CHILDREN WITH PATELLAR INSTABILITY (Jeffrey Nepple, MD)

Tibial Spine

- THE SURGICAL MANAGEMENT OF TIBIAL SPINE FRACTURES IN CHILDREN: A SURVEY OF TREATING PROVIDERS (Eileen Storey, BA)

- CLINICAL OUTCOMES OF SUTURE VS. SCREW FIXATION OF TIBIAL SPINE AVULSION FRACTURES (Mininder Kocher, MD, MPH)

Concussion

- HEALTH RELATED QUALITY OF LIFE AND DEPRESSION LEVELS IN ADOLESCENT MALES AND FEMALES IN THE 6-MONTHS FOLLOWING A SPORTS RELATED CONCUSSION (Stephanie Kliethermes, PhD)

- LONGITUDINAL MULTIMODAL ASSESSMENT TO QUANTIFY CONCUSSION RECOVERY TRAJECTORY AMONG YOUTH ATHLETES (David Howell, PhD)

- A PROSPECTIVE STUDY ON THE INCIDENCE AND ONSET OF SPORT RELATED CONCUSSIONS IN FEMALE HIGH SCHOOL SOCCER PLAYERS (Stephanie Kliethermes, PhD)

Rehabilitation

- BARRIERS TO PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND RETURN TO SPORT AMONG ADOLESCENTS WITH A RECENT HISTORY OF ACL RECONSTRUCTION (Christopher Kuenze, PhD, ATC)

- RETURN TO PLAY CLEARANCE IN ADOLESCENTS FOLLOWING ANTERIOR CRUCIATE LIGAMENT RECONSTRUCTION: CONSIDERATIONS OF THE CONTRALATERAL EXTREMITY (Henry Ellis, MD)

- ANTERIOR CRUCIATE LIGAMENT RECONSTRUCTION REHABILITATION CLINICAL PRACTICE PATTERNS: A SURVEY OF THE PRISM SOCIETY (Elliot Greenberg, PT, PhD)

ACL

- AGE, HEIGHT, WEIGHT AND MRI MEASUREMENTS ARE NOT RELIABLE PREDICTORS OF HAMSTRING GRAFT SIZE IN ADOLESCENT PATIENTS (Melissa Christino, MD)

- ALLOGRAFT AUGMENTATION OF HAMSTRING ANTERIOR CRUCIATE LIGAMENT GRAFTS IS ASSOCIATED WITH INCREASED GRAFT FAILURE (Crystal Perkins, MD)

- EFFECT OF ACLR GRAFT TYPE ON MOVEMENT STRATEGIES DURING A VERTICAL DROP JUMP IN ADOLESCENT ATHLETES (Curtis Vandenberg, MD)