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Gillian April Hudson Ducasse
10-16-1995, 12:58 AM
Biomch-llers and Physios,
Awhile ago, I made a request, and here is the summary.
Thanks again to all who helped. Any further info available, please
email me privately.
Thank you.

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A good friend is seeking assistance with a paper she is doing on golf
and the shoulder problems that golfers experience. She has currently
found the references below, and is asking advice on other articles,
texts, current research in progress etc.

The references:
Jobe & Moynes: 30 exercises for better golf [TEXT]
Moynes et al. (1986): EMG and motion analysis of the UE in sports.
Phys Ther 66(12).
McLeod & Andrews(1986): Mechanisms of shoulder injuries. Phys Ther 66(12)
Nash (1988); Rotator cuff damage: examining the causes and
treatments. Physicain & Sports Med 16(8).
McCarroll & Gioe(1982): Professional golfers and the price they pay.
Physician & Sports Med 10(7).
Duda(1987); Golf injuries: they really do happen. Physician & Sports
Med 15(7).
Miniaci & Fowler(1993): Impingementin the athlete. Clinics Sports Med
12(1).
Jobe et al.: Rotator cuff function during a golf swing. Am J Sports
Med 14(5).
Batt (1992): A survey of golf injuries in amateur golfers. Br J Sports
Med. 26(1).
Jobe et al.: EMG shoulder activity in men and women professional
golfers. Am J Sports Med. 17(6).
Wuelker et al.: A dynamic shoulder model: reliability testing and
muscle force study. J Biomech 28(5).
Sharkey et al.(1994): [sorry, I didn't get the title]. J Orthop Res
12(5).

Any help would be appreciated and a summary will be send after
replies dwindle.
Thanks in advance.

Gillian A. Hudson-DuCasse, R.P.T.

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Chuck Dillman, William Sterett and I wrote a golf injuries
summary chapter in "Golf:The Scientific Way" edited by Alastair Cochran.
It was published by Aston Publishing Group, U.K. That may help your
work, and give you plenty of other references.

Sincerely,

Greg Lange
Steadman Hawkins Sports Medicine Foundation
181 W. Meadow Dr.
Suite 1000
Vail, CO 81657
(303) 479-9797 x224
email: rah@csn.org

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You may be interested in a recent publication by Florence Kendall, for
Golfers. I do not have it's full title with me at the moment, but will try
to send it to you with in the next day or two.
Margaret

Margaret Harris. Physiotherapist - School District #52
Student Support Services, 825 Conrad Street, Prince Rupert, BC. V8J 3B8
Tel. 627-7959
email : marharri@cln.etc.bc.ca

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Freddie Fu has a nice text called "Sports Injuries" I believe. In it he has
well referrenced discussions on shoulder injuries that may include golfing
injuries. His bibliography should help as a source as well. Also the
classic Rockwood and Matsen series on the shoulder is an extremely valuable
resource. It too is well referenced.
Good Luck!!
Jeff Noftz II P.T.
MCO
Toledo OH
Subtalar@eworld.com

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The text is Sports Injuries: Mechanisms, Prevention and
Treatment.Freddie Fu, & David Stone.
Wiliams & Wilkins, 1994
ISBN#: 0-683-03388-3

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Again, thanks!


Gillian A. Hudson-DuCasse, R.P.T.
Graduate Student (Rehab. Sci.)
School of Physical & Occupational Therapy,
McGill University,
3630 Drummond Street,
Montreal, Quebec, H3G 1Y5
Canada

Tel#: (514) 398-5599
Fax#: (514) 398-8193

email: gsgh@physocc.lan.mcgill.ca