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Which statement is true:
Which statement is false about the clinical evaluation of a patient with a hamstring injury:
Which statement is most true when considering return to play (RTP) factors to consider in hamstring injury.
The recurrence of hamstring injury is higher if:
Askling (2014) compared a lengthening hamstring rehabilitation programme (L-protocol) to a conventional rehabilitation programme (C-protocol). Which statement regarding his findings is NOT true:
This study revealed a number of findings regarding the mechanism of injury. Which statement does not reflect the findings of this paper:
Which of the following statements about the efficacy of screening programmes is correct?
The diagnosis of a hamstring injury was based on the following criteria:
This screening study of Australian community level football players. Which statement accurately expresses the findings of this study.
A relatively normal tendon on imaging guarantees that the tendon is not painful
Choose the most incorrect. Tendinopathy describes
Depriving tendon cells of load is catabolic and may lead to degeneration
Indicate which statements regarding the pathobiology of muscle injury are true.
Which statement about Hyperbaric oxygen (HBO) therapy in the treatment of skeletal muscle injury is true.
What statement about the Physical Stress Theory (PST) is not true
Which are the predominant cell type/mediators during the inflammatory phase of healing?
Which of the following in NOT true about the phases of healing?
Which of the following tissues do not follow the normal healing phases of inflammatory, proliferative and remodelling?
NSAIDs may delay the process of healing for a number of reasons. Which of the following is NOT a reason why this may occur?
Choose the CORRECT answer
TRUE or FALSE
“Pain is not about measuring the state of the tissues of your body. Pain is always about getting you to protect those tissues.”
Choose the INCORRECT answer
Choose the INCORRECT answer Central Sensitization is defined as
TRUE or FALSE
Hyperalgesia is an increased pain response to normally painful stimuli and may be as a result of increased peripheral or central pain sensitivity.
TRUE or FALSE
Allodynia is a pain response to a stimulus that is not normally painful.
CHOOSE THE CORRECT ANSWER
CHOSE THE INCORRECT STATEMENT
TRUE OR FALSE
A person with pain-related fear may pay the pain greater attention, with greater emotional meaning attached to it.