Yuichi Hoshino, MD, PhD
Department of Orthopaedic Surgery
Kobe University School of Medicine
Dr. Yuichi Hoshino, M.D. Ph.D., born on 22 July 1975, is an orthopaedic surgeon and researcher who works as a lecturer in Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Kobe University School of Medicine, Kobe, JAPAN. He specializes in knee and sports medicine. He performs over 150 arthroscopic surgeries a year, mainly ACL reconstructions. He also serves as a team physician for a professional rugby team, Kobelco Steelers, a professional baseball team, Orix Buffaloes, and a collegiate American football team, Kansai University Kaisers. His research focus is knee biomechanics, especially related to ACL. He has developed a novel knee kinematics measurement system to quantitatively evaluate the pivot-shift and conducted numerous studies to establish a standard evaluation system of rotatory knee laxity.
Dr. Hoshino finished his residency in Kobe University in 2005 and started his research activity on knee biomechanics at Kobe University. He then obtained his PhD degree in 2007. Thereafter, he had research fellowship in University of Pittsburgh from 2009 to 2011. He has published over 60 research articles in peer-reviewed journals including 17 articles as the first author.
In addition to the editorial board of AJSM, he currently has several editorial commitments for international journals, including an associate editor of JEO, an editorial board member of KSSTA, a deputy editor of JAAOS Global Research & Reviews and Journal of Mechanics in Medicine and Biology (JMMB). He is an active member of internationally established orthopaedics societies, such as ISAKOS, ESSKA, AAOS, ORS and ACL study group.
Selected Published Work
Hoshino Y, Kuroda R, Nagamune K, Yagi M, Mizuno K, Yamaguchi M, Muratsu H, Yoshiya S and Kurosaka M: In vivo measurement of the pivot shift test in the anterior cruciate ligament deficient knee using an electromagnetic device. Am J Sports Med. 2007;35(7):1098-1104.
Araki D, Kuroda R, Kubo S, Nagamune K, Hoshino Y, Nishimoto K, Takayama K, Matsushita T, Tei K, Yamaguchi M and Kurosaka M: The use of an electromagnetic measurement system for anterior tibial displacement during the Lachman Test. Arthroscopy. 2011;27(6):792-802.
Kuroda R, Hoshino Y, Kubo S, Araki D, Oka S, Nagamune K and Kurosaka M: Similarities and differences of diagnostic manual tests for anterior cruciate ligament insufficiency: a global survey and kinematics assessment. Am J Sports Med. 2012;40(1):91-99.
Hoshino Y, Araujo P, Irrgang JJ, Fu FH and Musahl V: An image analysis method to quantify the lateral pivot shift test. Knee Surg Sports Traumatol Arthrosc. 2012;20(4):703-707.
Hoshino Y, Araujo P, Ahlden M, Moore CG, Kuroda R, Zaffagnini S, Karlsson J, Fu FH and Musahl V: Standardized pivot shift test improves measurement accuracy. Knee Surg Sports Traumatol Arthrosc. 2012;20(4):732-736.
Hoshino Y, Araujo P, Ahldén M, Samuelsson K, Muller B, Hofbauer M, Wolf MR, Irrgang JJ, Fu FH and Musahl V: Quantitative evaluation of the pivot shift by image analysis using the iPad. Knee Surg Sports Traumatol Arthrosc. 2013;21(4):975-980.
Musahl V, Griffith C, Irrgang JJ, Hoshino Y, Kuroda R, Lopomo N, Zaffagnini S, Samuelsson K, Karlsson J and PIVOT Study Group: Validation of quantitative measures of rotatory knee laxity. Am J Sports Med. 2016;44(9):2393-2398.
Musahl V, Rahnemai-Azar AA, Costello J, Arner JW, Fu FH, Hoshino Y, Lopomo N, Samuelsson K and Irrgang JJ: The influence of meniscal and anterolateral capsular injury on knee laxity in patients with anterior cruciate ligament injuries. Am J Sports Med. 2016;44(12):3126-3131.
Hoshino Y, Kuroda R, Nishizawa Y, Nakano N, Nagai K, Araki D, Oka S, Kawaguchi S, Nagamune K and Kurosaka M: Stress distribution is deviated around the aperture of the femoral tunnel in the anatomic anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction. Knee Surg Sports Traumatol Arthrosc. 2018;26(4):1145-1151.
Hoshino Y, Miyaji N, Nishida K, Nishizawa Y, Araki D, Kanzaki N, Kakutani K, Matsushita T and Kuroda R: The concomitant lateral meniscus injury increased the pivot shift in the anterior cruciate ligament-injured knee. Knee Surg Sports Traumatol Arthrosc. 2019;27(2):646-651.
Hoshino Y, Hiroshima Y, Miyaji N, Nagai K, Araki D, Kanzaki N, Kakutani K, Matsushita T and Kuroda R: Unrepaired lateral meniscus tears lead to remaining pivot-shift in ACL-reconstructed knees. Knee Surg Sports Traumatol Arthrosc. 2020;28(11):3504-3510.
Nukuto K, Hoshino Y, Yamamoto T, Miyaji N, Nagai K, Araki D, Kanzaki N, Matsushita T and Kuroda R: Anatomic double-bundle anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction could not achieve sufficient control of pivot-shift when accompanying tibial tunnel coalition. Knee Surg Sports Traumatol Arthrosc. 2021 Jan 3. doi: 10.1007/s00167-020-06383-w. [Epub ahead of print]
Michael Voight, PT, DHSc, OCS, SCS, ATC, CSCS, FAPTA
Professor of Physical Therapy
Belmont University School of Physical Therapy
Dr. Michael Voight has had a distinguished career as both an educator and clinical physical therapist for over 30 years. Presently, Dr. Voight is the Director of Sportsmedicine at the Nashville Sports Medicine and Orthopaedic Institute and is also a tenured professor with Belmont University’s School of Physical Therapy in Nashville TN. He also holds a position of Adjunct Associate Professor in the Vanderbilt School of Medicine – Department of Orthopedics where he is the Co-Director of the Vanderbilt/Belmont Sports Physical Therapy Residency program. Dr. Voight is recognized as a clinician of the highest caliber and has worked with a number of high-profile athletic organizations. Throughout his career, Dr. Voight has served as a Team Physical Therapist for teams in both the NFL and NBA. In addition, Dr. Voight has consulted with various teams in MLB, NHL and the MLS. Dr. Voight has been active with the United States Olympic Committee’s Sports Medicine Division. He has worked at the Olympic Training Center, Olympic Festivals, Pan Am Games, Olympic Games, and has had the opportunity to travel to almost all of the different continents with various Olympic and national teams. Presently, Dr. Voight still maintains a clinical practice at the Nashville Sports Medicine, specializing in orthopedic and sports related injuries particularly with PGA tour players. His role with the advisory board of the Titleist Performance Institute allows him to consult on the prevention, evaluation, and treatment of golf injuries with many noted golf professionals. Throughout his career, Dr. Voight has been very active in developing clinical functional movement assessments for both prevention of injury and evaluation of injury. As one of the co-founders of the Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA), his passion for assessing and training the human movement system continues to evolve. He has served on the APTA movement system task force to further define the human movement system and develop a framework for promoting and integrating the concept of the human movement system into physical therapy practice, education, and research.
Dr. Voight has lectured extensively at various conferences, symposiums, and congresses both nationally and internationally having given over 900 professional presentations on a variety of orthopaedic and sports medicine topics. Dr. Voight is a principal reviewer for many journals and actively resides on the editorial boards of several different journals including the prestigious American Journal of Sports Medicine and Orthopaedic Journal of Sports Medicine. He played an instrumental role in the development of the North American Journal of Sports Physical Therapy and is currently the Editor-in-Chief of the International Journal of Sports Physical Therapy. He has authored over 90 papers, textbook chapters on various topics, and has written four textbooks on functional exercise. During his career, he has been award the Distinguished Educator Award from the Sports Physical Therapy Section three times, making him the only person to have been presented this award multiple times, and in 2010 he was presented with the inaugural SPTS “Lifetime Excellence in Education Award”. Additionally, he has been awarded the Tennessee Educator of the year twice. In 2008, he was presented the President’s award for his career of service to the SPTS and was also presented the prestigious Ron Peyton award for career achievement. In 2010, Dr. Voight was elected into the SPTS Hall of Fame for a lifetime of excellence in sports physical therapy. His many accomplishments were again validated in 2011 when the American Physical Therapy Association presented Dr. Voight with their highest honor, naming him a Fellow of the APTA. In addition to being active within the field of physical therapy, Dr. Voight is an active member in numerous medical societies (AOSSM, ISHA, ESSKA, ISAKOS, ISHA) and was one of the founding members of the ICCUS Society. In 2018, he was elected into the inaugural Titleist Golf Performance Institute Hall of Fame for his work in golf medicine and fitness.
Selected Published Work
Kiesel K, Plisky PJ, Voight ML: Can serious injury in professional football be predicted by a pre-season functional movement screen? North American Journal of Sports Physical Therapy. 2007;2(3): 147-158.
D’Amico J, Betlach M, Senkarik R, Smith R, Voight M: Return to golf following left total hip arthroplasty in a golfer who is right handed. North American Journal of Sports Physical Therapy. 2007;2(4): 251-261.
Voight ML, Hoogenboom BJ, Cook G: The Chop and Lift Reconsidered: Integrating Neuromuscular Principles into Orthopedic and Sports Rehabilitation. North American Journal of Sports Physical Therapy. 2008;3(3):151-159.
Hoogenboom BJ, Voight ML, Cook G, Gill L: Using rolling to develop neuromuscular control and coordination of the core and extremities of athlete. North American Journal of Sports Physical Therapy. 2009;4(2):70-82.
Apple S, Ehlert K, Hysinger P, Nash C, Voight ML, Sells P: The effect of whole body vibration on ankle range of motion and the H-reflex. North American Journal of Sports Physical Therapy. 2010;5(1):33-39.
Voight ML, Robinson K, Gill L, Griffen K: Postoperative rehabilitation guidelines for hip arthroscopy in an active population. Sports Health. 2010;2(3):222-230.
Boren K, Conrey C, LeCoguic J, Paprocki L, Voight M, Robinson K: Electromyographic analysis of gluteus medius and gluteus maximus during rehabilitation exercises. Int J Sports Phys Ther. 2011;6(2):1-18.
Callaway S, Glaws K, Mitchell M, Scerbo H, Voight M, Sells P: An analysis of peak pelvis rotation speed, gluteus maximus and medius strength in high vs. low handicap golfers during the golf swing. Int J Sports Phys Ther. 2012;7(3):1-8.
Voight ML, Hoogenboom B: Publishing your work in a journal-Understanding the peer-review process. Int J Sports Phys Ther. 2012;7(5):452-460.
Paine R, Voight ML: The role of the scapula. Int J Sports Phys Ther. 2013;8(5):617-629.
Voight ML, Hoogenboom BJ: Editorial: Elevating quality with mandatory use of standard reporting guidelines. Int J Sports Phys Ther. 2014;9(4):415-419.
Cook G, Burton L, Hoogenboom BJ, Voight ML: Functional movement screening: The use of the fundamental movements as an assessment of function – Part 1. Int J Sports Phys Ther. 2014;9(3):396-409.
Cook G, Burton L, Hoogenboom BJ, Voight ML: Functional movement screening: The use of the fundamental movements as an assessment of function – Part 2. Int J Sports Phys Ther. 2014;9(4):549-563.
Rose G, Cheetham P, Voight ML: Golf Swing Efficiency – A Biomechanical Approach. In: Becker L, Manske R (Eds): Management of the golfing athlete throughout the lifespan. SPTS Home Study Course, 2015.
Hoogenboom BJ, Voight ML: Rolling Revisited: Using Rolling to assess and treat neuromuscular control and coordination of the core and extremities of athletes. Int J Sports Phys Ther. 2015;10(8):787- 802.
Page P, Hoogenboom B, Voight ML: Improving the reporting of therapeutic exercise interventions in rehabilitation research. Int J Sports Phys Ther. 2017;12(2):297-304.
Saladin L, Voight M: Introduction to the movement system as the foundation for physical therapist practice, education, and research. Int J Sports Phys Ther. 2017;12(6):858-861.
Clark N, Voight ML, Campbell A, Pierce S, Sells P, Cook R, Henley C, Schiller L: The relationship between segmental rolling and lumbar multifidus activation time. Int J Sports Phys Ther. 2017;12(6):921-930.
Voight M, Page P, Chidester M, Hardiek L, Macko S, Sexton Z, Sells P: The impact of hip abduction elastic-resistance neuromuscular feedback on frontal plane knee kinematics in female volleyball athletes. J Perform Health Res. 2017;1(2): 23-30.
Voight ML, Hoogenboom BJ; Editorial: What is the movement system and why is it important? Int J Sports Phys Ther. 2017;12(2):297-298.
Voight M, Page P: Reliability and validity of the theraband xactstretch kinesiology tape hexagon elongation indicators. J Perform Health Res. 2017;1(2):10.
Labbe A, Voight M, Page P: Pilot study to demonstrate the effectiveness and efficacy of clinicians applying different brands of kinesiology tape with 25% and 50% tension. J Perform Health Res 2017;1(2):10.
Voight ML: Why Look at Movement? Cramer First Aider January, 2019.
Campbell A, Voight ML: Post-Operative Rehab Following Hip Arthroscopy. Training and Conditioning. March 2019.
Campbell A, Voight ML: The Four Post-Operative Rehab Phases Following Hip Arthroscopy. Training and Conditioning. March 2019.
Murray A, Junge A, Robinson PG, Bizzini M, Voight ML: International consensus statement: methods for recording and reporting of epidemiological data on injuries and illness in golf. Br J Sports Med, 2020;54:1136-1141.
Takla A, O’Donnell J, Voight M, et al: The 2019 International Society of Hip Preservation physiotherapy agreement on assessment and treatment of femeroacetabular impingement syndrome: an international consensus statement. J Hip Preservation Surg. 2021, hnaa043. Campbell A, Voight ML, Enseki KR, Kohlrieser D: Hip Rehabilitation. In: Azar FM (ed) Orthopaedic Knowledge Update OKY Sports Medicine 6. AAOS – Wolters Kluwer, Philadelphia 2021.