p-ISSN: 1300-0551
e-ISSN: 2587-1498

OSTEOPATHIC APPROACH: LEG LENGTH DISCREPANCY AND LOW BACK PAIN

Taner AYDIN

Issue: 2015, Volume 50, Issue 4
37159 4767

LOW BACK ATHLETES AND TREATMENT APPROACHES

Oğuz YÜKSEL, Mehmet Ali TARHAN

Issue: 2014, Volume 49, Issue 1
18486 3254

UNILATERAL PARS INTERARTICULARIS FRACTURE IN A YOUNG SOCCER PLAYER

Seçkin ŞENIŞIK, Nuri EREL

Issue: 2011, Volume 46, Issue 3
18810 5175

PHYSICAL FITNESS PARAMETER RELATIONS OF 9-10 YEARS-OLD CHILDREN

Ercan HASLOFÇA, Fehime HASLOFÇA, Emine KUTLAY

Issue: 2011, Volume 46, Issue 2
13972 4680

REVIEW: LOW BACK PAIN IN ATHLETES -CAUSES AND REHABILITATION STRATEGIES-

Savaş KUDAŞ, Mehmet YÖRÜBULUT, Emin ERGEN

Issue: 2008, Volume 43, Issue 4
101117 7420

HEALTH ORGANIZATIONS IN LARGE SPORTING EVENTS

Mesut NALÇAKAN

Issue: 2007, Volume 42, Issue 4
6982 3786

THE USE OF A NEW BIOFEEDBACK INSOLE WEIGHT-BEARING MEASURING DEVICE IN THE ASSESSMENT AND REHABILITATION OF SOCCER PLAYERS: A CASE STUDY

Yonatan KAPLAN

Issue: 2007, Volume 42, Issue 2
4536 2899

CHANGES IN BODY COMPOSITIONS OF ELITE LEVEL AMATEUR AND PROFESSIONAL SOCCER PLAYERS DURING THE COMPETITIVE SEASON

M. KUTLU, N. SOFİ, T. BOZKUŞ

Issue: 2007, Volume 42, Issue 1
5295 2660

Site and Type Assessments of Sports Injuries in Archers

Gizem Kocaman, Emrah Atay, Mahmut Alp, Gürhan Suna

DOI: 10.5152/tjsm.2018.084

Issue: 2018, Volume 53, Issue 1
15461 3976

SPONDYLOLYSIS AS A CAUSATIVE FACTOR OF LOW BACK PAIN IN ATHLETES

P. BALTOPOULOS, K. DELAPORTA, C. TSINTZOS, T. PAPADOPOULOU

Issue: 2004, Volume 39, Issue 4
0 1801

EATING ATTITUDES OF ATHLETE GIRLS: A COMPARATIVE STUDY

S. Halime ASLAN*, R. Oğuz ASLAN **, Z. Nazan ALPARSLAN***

Issue: 1999, Volume 34, Issue 1
0 1539

TOPICAL TREATMENT OF SPORTS INJURIES

Füsun Toraman*, Hakan Yaman**

Issue: 1998, Volume 33, Issue 4
0 4330

Biofeedback: Its function, effects on organism and utility in sports sciences

Erolcan Çelik, İhsan Sarı

DOI: 10.47447/tjsm.0566

Issue: 2022, Volume 57, Issue 2
3113 725

Post-Activation Performance Enhancement (PAPE) interventions at different loads may enhance sprint performance in well-trained athletes

Sümeyye Genç, Egemen Mancı, Çağdaş Güdücü, Erkan Günay

DOI: 10.47447/tjsm.0821

Issue: Online First
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