Clinical sports medicine /

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Author / Creator:Brukner, Peter, 1952-
Edition:3rd ed.
Imprint:Sydney ; New York : McGraw-Hill, ©2007.
Description:xxxix, 1032 pages : illustrations (some color), portraits ; 25 cm + 1 CD-ROM (4 3/4 in.).
Language:English
Series:Sports medicine series
Sports medicine series.
Subject:Sports medicine.
Sports medicine.
Athletic Injuries.
Sports Medicine -- methods.
Format: Print Book
URL for this record:http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/6252014
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Other authors / contributors:Khan, Karim.
ISBN:9780074715208
0074715208
Notes:Includes bibliographical references and index.
System requirements for accompanying CD-ROM: PC compatible.
System requirements for accompanying CD-ROM: Mac compatible.
Table of Contents:
  • pt. A. Fundamental principles. Sports medicine: the team approach
  • Sports injuries
  • Pain: where is it coming from?
  • Beware: conditions masquerading as sports injuries
  • Biomechanics of common sporting injuries
  • Principles of injury prevention
  • Recovery
  • Principles of diagnosis: clinical assessment
  • Principles of diagnosis: investigations including imaging
  • Treatments used for musculoskeletal conditions: more choices and more evidence
  • Core stability
  • Principles of rehabilitation
  • pt. B. Regional problems. Sports concussion
  • Headache
  • Facial injuries
  • Neck pain
  • Shoulder pain
  • Elbow and arm pain
  • Wrist, hand and finger injuries
  • Thoracic and chest pain
  • Low back pain
  • Buttock pain
  • Acute hip and groin pain
  • Longstanding groin pain
  • Anterior thigh pain
  • Posterior thigh pain
  • Acute knee injuries
  • Anterior knee pain
  • Lateral, medial and posterior knee pain
  • Shin pain
  • Calf pain
  • Pain in the Achilles region
  • Acute ankle injuries
  • Ankle pain
  • Foot pain
  • The patient with longstanding symptoms.
  • pt. C. Enhancing sport performance. Maximizing sporting performance: nutrition
  • Maximizing sporting performance: to use or not to use supplements?
  • Maximizing sporting performance: psychology principles for clinicians
  • pt. D. Special groups of participants. The younger athlete
  • Women and activity-related issues across the lifespan
  • The olderperson who exercises
  • The disabled athlete
  • pt. E. Management of medical problems. Sport and exercise-associated emergencies: on-site management
  • Cardiovascular symptoms during exercise
  • Respiratory symptoms during exercise
  • Gastrointestinal symptoms during exercise
  • Diabetes mellitus
  • The athlete with epilepsy
  • Joint-related symptoms without acute injury
  • Common sports-related infections
  • The tired athlete
  • Exercise in the heat
  • Exercise at the extremes of cold and altitude
  • Exercise prescription for health
  • pt. F. Critical sports medicine. The preparticipation physical evaluation
  • Screening the elite athlete
  • Providing team care
  • Traveling with a team
  • Medical coverage of endurance events
  • Drugs and the athlete
  • Ethics and sports medicine.