Archives of Sports Medicine

 ISSN: 2578-6334

Archives of Sports Medicine

About Journal


Archives of Sports Medicine is an international, open access, peer reviewed journal defined to promote and integrates scientific research, education, and practical applications of sports medicine and exercise science to maintain and enhance physical medicine that deals with physical fitness and the treatment and prevention of injuries related to sports and exercise. The journal aims to signify the focus upon clinical and experimental research in developing and understanding various aspects of sports medicine and exercise science. We encourage researchers' to present quality research from the fact that it is empirical: rather than merely theorizing about bringing new innovations by referring many published literature.

The journal welcomes submissions in various forms such as original, review, short articles, cases, commentaries, perspectives, etc. Selective articles are published after thorough evaluation among subject experts in the field. We use unique article tracking system to ease the authors searching options. With Creative Common Attribution Licensing, all the content published with us is permitted to use with proper citations.

The journal is committed to maximize the dissemination and impact of research by our Open Access niche. We believe in knowledge sharing under single roof to cover and disseminate interdisciplinary science helping the sports athletes to manage their pain and overcome sports injuries.


Editorial Board



Prof. Steven Ross Murray

Professor
Department of Kinesiology
Colorado Mesa University
United States of America
Tel: 970.248.1158


Prof. John D Bullock

Professor Emeritus
Ophthalmology, School of Medicine
Wright State University
United States of America
Tel: 937-760-7205


Dr. Carlos Leal

Director of Fenway Medical
Associate Professor
Department of Orthopedics
Bogota, Colombia
South America


Prof. Nicolas Barbosa

Professor
Sports Medicine and Physiology
Bosque University
National Pedagogical University of Bogotá
Colombia


Prof. Roy G Beran

Professor
Department of Medicine
University of New South Wales
Griffith University
Australia


Dr. Abdul Quyyum Rana

Consultant Neurologist and Director
Parkinson’s Clinic of Eastern Toronto
Movement Disorders Centre
Canada
Tel: 416-439-2273


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Latest Articles

Research Article

A Survey of Preparation, Strategy and the Effect of Exercise in an Extreme Cold Environment in a Group of Experienced Marathon Runners

Running in extreme environments is becoming more accessible with increasing numbers of participants. This has led to increasing heterogeneity in the p... Read more

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Research Article

Volleyball Injuries: Brazilian Men's National Squad Sports Medicine Experience

Our purpose is a descriptive epidemiology study of the most common injuries in high performance volleyball practice. All players were evaluated by our... Read more

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Review Article

Intrinsic and Extrinsic Risk Factors for Lateral Ankle Sprain: A Literature Review

Ankle sprain can injure the medial ligaments, lateral ligaments, or the syndesmotic tibio-fibular joint. Respectively, these injuries are referred a... Read more

10.36959/987/247

Review Article

Tibial Spine Avulsion Fractures in Adult: Diagnostic and Therapeutic Actuality

Tibial spine fractures are rare lesions which usually occur in adolescent but rare in adults it leads to discontinuity of anterior cruciate ligament.... Read more

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Research Notes

The Current Landscape of Unused Women's College Golf Scholarships

Scrolling down, readers will notice that many of the articles cite the NCCA 2009 article that claims that over 200 of the approximately 1800 female sc... Read more

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COMMENTARY

Youth Sport Coaching and the Importance of Maintaining Participation: Why Evidence Must Underpin Notions of Performance, Talent, and Development

There are numerous benefits attached to the idea of lifelong physical activity. Because of this, various governmental and sports organisations seek to... Read more

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Original Article

A Radiological Method of Predicting Clinical Outcomes in PCL Reconstruction

37 patients who had undergone PCL reconstruction between 2009 and 2014 were included. A standard follow-up was performed for at least two years and co... Read more

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Research Article

Current Evidence on Superior Capsular Reconstruction

Massive irreparable rotator cuff tears remain one of the most challenging pathologies in shoulder surgery to treat, especially in the younger active p... Read more

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Case Report

Traumatic Atlanto-Axial Rotary Subluxation (AARS) in a 6-Year-Old Child during Recreational Judo Practice: A Case Report and Mini-Review of Serious Neck Injuries in Judo

A 6-year-old Caucasian girl with approximately 1 year of recreational jūdō experience presented with neck and shoulder pain while holding her head i... Read more

10.36959/987/241

Research Article

Inter-Observer Reliability of Physical Examination in the Painful Shoulder: Supraspinatus Tendinopathy

Our hypothesis is that there is enough concordance in the implementation and interpretation of the orthopaedic maneuvers by expert explorers. The aim ... Read more

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