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Key study  Bradbury-Squires et al. 2015. Roller-Massager Application to the Quadriceps and Knee-Joint Range of Motion and Neuromuscular Efficiency During a Lunge. J Athl Train. 50(2):133-140
Key study  Cheatham S et al. 2015. The Effects of Self-Myofascial Release using a Foam Roll or Roller Massager on Joint Range of Motion, Muscle Recovery, and Performance: A Systematic Review Int J Sports Phys Ther 10(6):827-38
Key study  DeBruyne et al. 2017. Self-Mobilization Using a Foam Roller Versus a Roller Massager: Which Is More Effective for Increasing Hamstrings Flexibility? J Sport Rehabil. 26(1):94-100.
Key study  Halperin I, et al. 2014. Roller massager improves range of motion of plantar flexor muscles without subsequent decreases in force parameters. Int J Sports Phys Ther. 9(1):92-102.
Key study  Jay K, et al. 2014. Specific and cross over effects of massage for muscle soreness: randomized controlled trial. Int J Sports Phys Ther. 9(1):82-91
Key study  Sullivan KM, et al. 2013. Roller-massager application to the hamstrings increases sit-and-reach range of motion within five to ten seconds without performance impairments. Int J Sports Phys Ther 8(3):228-236
Aboodarda et al. 2015. The effect of using roller massager on excitability of the corticospinal pathway: a pilot study (Abstract). Proceedings of the 17th annual TRAC meeting. Vancouver, BC. July 29-31, 2015. p. 15
Aboodarda SJ et al. 2014. Roller massager increases pain threshold in the contralateral limb. Proceedings of the 16th TRAC meeting. Park City Utah. August 6-8, 2014. p. 24
Aboodarda SJ, et al. 2016. The effect of using roller massager on excitability of the corticospinal pathway (Abstract). J Performance Health 1(1):61
Andersen LL 2012. Effect of Thera-Band, massage-roller and Biofreeze on muscle pain Proceedings of the 14th Annual TRAC Meeting St. Johns, Newfoundland. Page 14
Behm D. 2017. Recommendations and mechanisms pertaining to neuromuscular rolling (Abstract). J Perform Health Res. 1(2):14-15
Behm et al. 2018. Biofreeze and rolling alone or in combination did not increase flexibility, pain pressure threshold or fatigue performance (Abstract) J Perform Health Res 2(2):15
Behm et al. 2018. Use of Topical Analgesic and Rolling Alone or in Combination Does Not Increase Flexibility, Pain Pressure Threshold, and Fatigue Endurance—A Repeated-Measures Randomized, Within-Subjects, Exploratory Study J Perform Health Res. 2(1):19-26.
Bradbury-Squires et al. 2013. Roller massager application to the quadriceps increases knee joint ROM and muscle efficiency during a lunge Proceedings of the 15th Annual TRAC Meeting Moscow, Russia. August 2-4, 2013. p.20
Brosky JA, Topp RV 2014. Comparison of a Static Stretching Protocol with a Theraband® Roller Massager® Protocol on Selected Clinical Outcome Measures in Patients with Plantar Heel Pain: A Randomized Clinical Trial Proceedings of the 16th TRAC meeting. Park City Utah. August 6-8, 2014. p. 25
Casanova et al. 2017. Effects of roller massager on muscle recovery after exercise-induced muscle damage. J Sports Sci. Ahead of print
Casanova N, et al. 2016. Effects of Roller Massager on Muscle Recovery After Exercise Induced Muscle Damage (Abstract). J Performance Health 1(1):63
Cavanaugh MT, et al. 2016. An acute session of roller massage prolongs voluntary and tetanic force development and diminishes evoked pain (Abstract). J Performance Health 1(1):62
Chaabene et al. 2018. Acute effects of combined strengthening and rollermassage exercises on twitch torque, muscle activation, and maximal voluntary contraction in young adults (Abstract) J Perform Health Res 2(2):17-18
Cheatham S et al 2018. Roller massage: survey of physical therapy professionals and a commentary on clinical standards- part ii. Int J Sports Phys Ther 13(5):920-930
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