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The Effect of Short- Term use of Cold Spray on Ankle Joint Position Sense in Professional Wrestler

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"c om ISSN (Online): 2322 – 4479 The Effect of Short- Term use of Cold Spray on Ankle Joint Position Sense in Professional Wrestler 1Heydar Sadeghi, 1Hamidreza Naserpour∗, 1Hadi Habibi 1. Reduction of proprioception receptors pulses and postural reflex responses may lead to cause abnormal situation of body and finally, increase the risk of ankle joint injury, especially during athletic activities (Lephart SM et al. The purpose of this study is the effect of a short period of Cryotherapy on ankle position sense in professional wrestlers. CONCLUSION The results showed that short-term local cooling by using cold spray on ankle joint position sense of professional wrestlers is not significantly change It appears that the use of cold spray for a short time only has an immediate effect on the skin receptors."

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271 Annals of Applied Sport Science , Spring 2015, Volume 3 - Number 9

272 Annals of Applied Sport Science , Spring 2015, Volume 3 - Number 9

273 Annals of Applied Sport Science , Spring 2015, Volume 3 - Number 9

CONCLUSION

The results showed that short-term local‌ cooling‌ by using cold spray on ankle‌ joint‌ position‌ sense‌ of‌ professional wrestlers is‌ not‌ significantly change It appears that the use of cold spray for a short time only has an‌ immediate‌ effect‌ on the skin receptors. But the muscle‌ spindles‌ and‌ joint‌ receptors‌ as‌ deeper receptors, which have a key role in joint position sense, are not affected that this results are corresponded with Beyranvand et al research(Beyranvand et al.,

2013‌).

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