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Celebrating Science in Sport

HSS Journal offers free access to sports-related articles through August 31

New York—July 27, 2012


With all eyes on London, athletes across the world are preparing themselves for the performance of a lifetime.

Behind the scenes--whether on the track or in the lab–are teams of researchers working to make the event run smoothly, safely and fairly as well as helping the competitors perform at their best to earn the coveted medals.

“To celebrate the contribution of science to the games, the HSS Journal®, the musculoskeletal journal of Hospital for Special Surgery, is highlighting selected sports medicine-related articles that have appeared in the HSS Journal® in recent years,“ said Dr. Charles N. Cornell, orthopedic surgeon at Hospital for Special Surgery and editor-in-chief of the HSS Journal.

These articles, with links below, are available to read free of charge until August 31, 2012.

  • A Musculoskeletal Profile of Elite Female Soccer Players
  • The Thrower’s Elbow: Arthroscopic Treatment of Valgus Extension Overload Syndrome
  • Physical Therapy and Complementary and Alternative Medicine: An Educational Tool for Enhancing Integration
  • Vitamin D Deficiency: A Common Occurrence in Both High-and Low-energy Fractures
  • Does Shoe Insole Modification Prevent Stress Fractures? A Systematic Review
  • Arthroscopic Capsular Plication in the Treatment of Shoulder Pain in Competitive Swimmers
  • Thermal Shrinkage for Shoulder Instability



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