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Research

Previous Research / Articles / Abstracts

Harmer, P. (2015) Preventing penetrating hand injuries in sabre fencing: an application and critique of the van Mechelen model by the Federation Internationale d’Escrime. British Journal of Sports Medicine, 49:1138-1143

Harmer, P. (2008). Getting to the point: Injury patterns and medical care in competitive fencing. Current Sports Medicine Reports, 7(5), 303-307.

Harmer, P. (2008). Incidence and characteristics of time-loss injuries in competitive fencing: A prospective, 5-year study of national competitions. Clinical Journal of Sports Medicine, 18(2), 137-142


Conference Proceedings

Summers, J (2016). Functional Compartment Syndrome Verses Nerve Entrapment of the Forearm. ACBSP Chiropractic Sports Science Symposium. Orlando, FL.

Summers, J (2015). Literature Update – Upper Extremity Diagnostics and Conservative Care. ACBSP Chiropractic Symposium. Anaheim, CA.

Harmer, P. (2008). Epidemiology of fencing injuries. In X. Iglesias (ed.)., Fencing, science and technology (pps. 56-59). Barcelona: INEFC.


Referenced Abstracts

Harmer, P. (2009). Sex-by-weapon variations in type and location of time-loss injuries in competitive fencing. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 41(5), S587 (abstract).

Harmer, P. (2008). Rate and characteristics of time-loss injuries do not differ across age groups in competitive fencing. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 40(5), S234.

Harmer, P. (2007). Minimal risk of time-loss injury in Masters fencing: USA national and World championship data 2002-2006. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 39(5), S412.