South African Journal of Sports Medicine

The South African Journal of Sports Medicine (SAJSM) is a quarterly, peer-reviewed journal that publishes original research articles, reviews, commentaries, letters and case studies on topics related to the disciplines represented by the South African Sports Medicine Association. These disciplines include sports medicine, biokinetics, physiotherapy, exercise and sports science, dietetics and psychology. Material that is particularly unique and relevant to South Africa and its inhabitants are given preference; however, any other material of general interest and relevance will also be considered.

Editor: Prof Mike Lambert

Online ISSN: 2078-516X
Print ISSN: 1015-5163 


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Vol 28, No 1 (2016)

Cover Page
  • Changes in markers of fatigue following a competitive match in elite academy rugby union players
  • On-field identification and management of concussion in amateur rugby union
  • The medial tibial stress syndrome score: item generation for a new patient reported outcome measure
  • Transformation in cricket: the black African experience 
  • Reliability and concurrent validity of an alternative method of lateral lumbar range of motion in athletes
  • Case study: An elite runner with cerebral palsy: cost of running determines athletic performance
  • Short report: Incidental intima-media wall changes in the lower-limb arteries: a case series in habitual distance runners
  • Case Study: An atypical presentation of myositis ossificans

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