Wednesday, 11 March 2009

Stingers

Volume 90, Issue 3, Pages 402-406 (March 2009)

Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

Christopher J. Standaert, MDCorresponding Author Informationemail address, Stanley A. Herring, MD

Stingers are a common injury in contact sports and are characterized by acute lancinating pain in 1 upper extremity with or without associated weakness and neck pain. Appropriate on-field evaluation is necessary to identify the extent of injury and rule out structural injuries to the head, spine, or shoulder girdle. Although athletes can often return to play after a single acute event that resolves rapidly, those who have recurrent events, persisting pain, or strength deficits require a thorough diagnostic evaluation before return-to-play decisions can be made. In some circumstances, players sustaining a single stinger or multiple recurrent stingers may be permanently removed from participation in collision or contact sports.

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