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Conservative management of sports injuries / editors, Thomas E. Hyde, Marianne S. Gengenbach.

Contributor(s): Material type: TextTextPublication details: Baltimore ; London : Williams & Wilkins, c1996.ISBN:
  • 068303944X
Subject(s): DDC classification:
  • 617.1027 21
Contents:
1. Overview of Sports Injuries Management / Stephen M. Perle -- 2. Medicolegal Issues in Sports Medicine / Thomas R. Daly and Dante M. Filetti -- 3. The Physiology of Exercise, Physical Fitness, and Cardiovascular Endurance Training / Joseph P. Hornberger -- 4. Conservative Rehabilitation of Athletic Injuries / William J. Moreau, Larry J. Kintner and Edward J. Ryan III -- 5. Principles of Manipulation in Sports Medicine. 5A. Manipulating the Spine / Thomas F. Bergmann. 5B. Extraspinal Joint Manipulation / Gerry G. Provance -- 6. Head Trauma in Sports / Dale K. Johns -- 7. Cervical Spine / Rick S. Saluga -- 8. Thoracic Spine Injuries / Steven M. Skurow -- 9. Lumbar Spine Injuries / Scott D. Banks -- 10. The Trunk and Viscera / Donald D. Aspegren -- 11. The Shoulder / Margaret E. Karg and John J. Danchik -- 12. The Elbow, Wrist, and Hand / Joel P. Carmichael -- 13. Athletic Injuries of the Pelvis, Hip, and Thigh / Stephen M. Perle -- 14. The Knee / Thomas A. Souza -- 15. Biomechanics of the Foot and Ankle / Thomas C. Michaud -- 16. Injuries of the Leg, Ankle, and Foot / Ted L. Forcum -- 17. The Female Athlete / Abigail A. Irwin -- 18. The Young Athlete: Special Considerations / Marianne S. Gengenbach and Robin A. Hunter -- 19. The Senior Athlete / D. A. Lawson -- 20. Diagnostic Imaging of Athletic Injury / Norman W. Kettner and Michael S. Barry -- 21. Thermal Imaging of Sports Injuries / David J. BenEliyahu -- 22. Strength and Conditioning / Michael Leahy -- 23. Sports Nutrition / James M. Gerber -- 24. Anabolic Steroids / Mauro G. Di Pasquale.
Summary: As sports injury management has become an increasingly important subspecialty, many practitioners are embracing the philosophy of "active" conservative care. Conservative Management of Sports Injuries encourages a multidisciplinary team approach to the treatment and rehabilitation of athletic injuries. You'll find complete coverage, with specific recommendations made for women, young athletes, and seniors.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

1. Overview of Sports Injuries Management / Stephen M. Perle -- 2. Medicolegal Issues in Sports Medicine / Thomas R. Daly and Dante M. Filetti -- 3. The Physiology of Exercise, Physical Fitness, and Cardiovascular Endurance Training / Joseph P. Hornberger -- 4. Conservative Rehabilitation of Athletic Injuries / William J. Moreau, Larry J. Kintner and Edward J. Ryan III -- 5. Principles of Manipulation in Sports Medicine. 5A. Manipulating the Spine / Thomas F. Bergmann. 5B. Extraspinal Joint Manipulation / Gerry G. Provance -- 6. Head Trauma in Sports / Dale K. Johns -- 7. Cervical Spine / Rick S. Saluga -- 8. Thoracic Spine Injuries / Steven M. Skurow -- 9. Lumbar Spine Injuries / Scott D. Banks -- 10. The Trunk and Viscera / Donald D. Aspegren -- 11. The Shoulder / Margaret E. Karg and John J. Danchik -- 12. The Elbow, Wrist, and Hand / Joel P. Carmichael -- 13. Athletic Injuries of the Pelvis, Hip, and Thigh / Stephen M. Perle -- 14. The Knee / Thomas A. Souza -- 15. Biomechanics of the Foot and Ankle / Thomas C. Michaud -- 16. Injuries of the Leg, Ankle, and Foot / Ted L. Forcum -- 17. The Female Athlete / Abigail A. Irwin -- 18. The Young Athlete: Special Considerations / Marianne S. Gengenbach and Robin A. Hunter -- 19. The Senior Athlete / D. A. Lawson -- 20. Diagnostic Imaging of Athletic Injury / Norman W. Kettner and Michael S. Barry -- 21. Thermal Imaging of Sports Injuries / David J. BenEliyahu -- 22. Strength and Conditioning / Michael Leahy -- 23. Sports Nutrition / James M. Gerber -- 24. Anabolic Steroids / Mauro G. Di Pasquale.

As sports injury management has become an increasingly important subspecialty, many practitioners are embracing the philosophy of "active" conservative care. Conservative Management of Sports Injuries encourages a multidisciplinary team approach to the treatment and rehabilitation of athletic injuries. You'll find complete coverage, with specific recommendations made for women, young athletes, and seniors.