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REC 4371: Application of Evidence-Based Practice in Therapeutic Recreation: Home


You'll find information about how to find books, search for articles, and the various services Alkek LIbrary has to offer Exercise & Sports Science students and faculty. Alkek Librarians are available to help you via Ask-A-LibrarianThe TxState Writing Center is available for help with writing skills and has various online resources and services. SLAC also has excellent Documentation Guides. Consult Alkek's Writing Style Guide for questions you might have about citation styles

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Are hamstring strengthening programs effective at decreasing the risk of anterior cruciate ligament injuries in high school female athletes?

Patient/Population: HS female athletes
Intervention: hamstring strengthen program
Comparison/Control: NA
Outcome: ACL injury
Time: NA

Is pain neuroscience education an effective intervention for decreasing pain and disability in people with persistent musculoskeletal health conditions? 

Patient/Population: persistent/chronic musculoskeletal conditions
Intervention: pain neuroscience education
Comparison/Control: NA
Outcome: pain and disability
Time: NA

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