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The Anatomy Of Sports Injuries

Author : Brad Walker
ISBN : 1556436661
Genre : Health & Fitness
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Contains in-depth descriptions of 119 sports injuries, each with illustrations that show the anatomy of the injury, and includes line drawings of simple stretching, strengthening, and rehabilitation exercises, as well as advice on injury prevention.
Category: Health & Fitness

The Anatomy Of Sports Injuries Second Edition

Author : Brad Walker
ISBN : 9781623172848
Genre : Health & Fitness
File Size : 27.3 MB
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For anyone who plays sports and is looking to facilitate recovery or prevent injuries Everyone who plays sports experiences injuries. Many people never fully recover because they're not aware of what they can do to facilitate recovery. But there's no need to simply resign yourself to "living with" a sports injury. In The Anatomy of Sports Injuries, author Brad Walker brings years of expertise--he works with elite-level and world-champion athletes, and lectures on injury prevention--to this how-to guide. The book takes a fundamental approach, bringing you inside the body to show exactly what is happening when a sports injury occurs. At the heart of The Anatomy of Sports Injuries are 350 images. This second edition includes updated illustrations and more anatomical information and is for every sports player or fitness enthusiast who has been injured and would like to know what the injury involves, how to rehabilitate the area, and how to prevent complications or injury in the future.
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The Anatomy Of Sports Injuries

Author : Sallie Crismon
ISBN : 9798740118277
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World-class rehabilitation of the injured athlete integrates best practices in sports medicine and physical therapy with training and conditioning techniques based on cutting-edge sports science. In this groundbreaking new book, leading sports injury and rehabilitation professionals, strength and conditioning coaches, biomechanists and sports scientists show how this integrated model works across the spectrum of athlete care. In every chapter, there is a sharp focus on the return to performance, rather than just a return to play. There has never been a better time than now to learn and grow your expertise. In today's world, there is a high demand for knowledgeable health care providers and fitness professionals who have the skills to help individuals achieve their greatest potential. The information contained within these pages will require a changed perspective and a willingness to go beyond what you currently know and believe, but you will soon discover that this book describes a system and method that will help your patients and clients improve. If you're ready to discover something new, then open these pages. Filling the Gaps addresses injury prevention, recovery, and improved physical performance from a unique perspective. Beyond developing a sexy body, these pages contain the secrets that will help anyone achieve the results they expect and deserve. The Gee Method and the ACM System provide the foundation you need to get better.
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Anatomy Of Sports Injuries For Fitness And Rehabilitation

Author : Leigh Brandon
ISBN : 1847738745
Genre : Health & Fitness
File Size : 61.13 MB
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Anatomy of Sports Injuries: How to be your own physical therapist offers a fascinating view inside the human body to help you understand the causes of the most common injuries that athletes and sports men and women will encounter, and the best ways to remedy them. With a comprehensive and up-to-date pproach to injury rehabilitation, this book shows you how to find the cause of injuries, and not just treat the bit that hurts, aiding in the prevention of future injuries also. As with previous books in our anatomy series, this book will help you to achieve better health through a better understanding of how your body works. Around 80 full color anatomical illustrations introduce a variety of strength training exercises designed with common sports injuries in mind, showing the impact on the body of the exercises, including the muscles used and how they function together. The accompanying text helps the reader to replicate the exercises, describing the anatomical impact and explaining the benefits in the context of fitness in general, and in rehabilitating common injuries in particular.
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Anatomical Visual Guide To Sports Injuries

Author : Anatomical Chart Co
ISBN : 078177361X
Genre : Medical
File Size : 45.82 MB
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"Organized by body region, Anatomical Visual Guide to Sports Injuries is a highly visual reference designed to help primary care and sports medicine practitioners explain anatomical and injury concepts to their patients. It can also be used by beginning sports medicine and athletic trainer students as an aid to visual learning." --Back cover.
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Anatomy Of Sports Injuries

Author : Leigh Brandon
ISBN : 9781607653721
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 56.27 MB
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Offers a fascinating view inside the human body to help you understand the causes of the most common injuries that athletes and sports men and women will encounter, and the best ways to remedy them. With a comprehensive and up-to-date approach to injury rehabilitation, this book shows you how to find the cause of injuries, and not just treat the bit that hurts, aiding in the prevention of future injuries also. As with previous books in our anatomy series, this book will help you to achieve better health through a better understanding of how your body works. Around 80 full-colour anatomical illustrations introduce a variety of strength training exercises designed with common sports injuries in mind, showing the impact on the body of the exercises, including the muscles used and how they function together. The accompanying text helps the reader to replicate the exercises, describing the anatomical impact and explaining the benefits in the context of fitness in general, and in rehabilitating common injuries in particular.
Category: Sports & Recreation

Sports Injuries

Author : Michael Hutson
ISBN : 9780199533909
Genre : Medical
File Size : 85.21 MB
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This title provides the reader with an understanding of the nature of injuries sustained in, or as the result of sport, and how to recognize and treat such injuries.
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The Anatomy Of Stretching

Author : Brad Walker
ISBN : 1556435967
Genre : Health & Fitness
File Size : 46.88 MB
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An in-depth instructional manual on the anatomy of the stretching body features full-color illustrations that demonstrate how muscles are worked during 115 key stretches, in a reference that discusses the benefits of stretching, rules for safe stretching, and more. Original.
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Sports Injuries Of The Shoulder

Author : Thomas A. Souza
ISBN : UOM:39015028910522
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 57.2 MB
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With the increased athletic demand for post-surgical function, a new appreciation for the biomechanics of the shoulder complex has developed, particularly with regard to the general concept of stability and the requisite, balanced muscular demands to maintain the stability. This text synthesizes current information into a practical approach in the evaluation, conservative treatment, and prevention of sports-related injuries, for sports-related practitioners as well as others whose patients are amenable to conservative care. The volume is divided into five sections: functional anatomy and biomechanics, the history and physical examination, radiographic and special imaging, specific disorders, and treatment, rehabilitation, and prevention. Annotation copyright by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
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Imaging In Sports Specific Musculoskeletal Injuries

Author : Ali Guermazi
ISBN : 9783319143071
Genre : Medical
File Size : 84.80 MB
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Most books on imaging in sports medicine are concerned with the particular joints or anatomy involved in sports-related injuries. This book, however, takes a different perspective by looking at injuries that are associated with specific sports. All of the well-known major sports, such as football, tennis, and basketball, are included, as are many less common but still very popular sports, such as baseball, American football, and rugby. The chapters on sports-specific injuries are preceded by two chapters on the perspective of clinicians and another two chapters on the general use of MR imaging and ultrasound in sports medicine. The authors of the book are world-renowned experts from five continents. Imaging in Sports-Specific Musculoskeletal Injuries should be of great interest to radiologists, sports medicine physicians, orthopedic surgeons, and rehabilitation physicians, and to anyone interested in the treatment of sports-related injuries.
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Principles Of Manual Sports Medicine

Author : Steven J. Karageanes
ISBN : 0781741890
Genre : Medical
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This thoroughly illustrated handbook is the first complete how-to guide to the use of manual medicine techniques for sports injuries. For each region of the body, the book describes anatomy, physiology, physical examination, and common sports injuries, and details the various manual medicine techniques, with step-by-step instructions for treating specific injuries. More than 400 illustrations demonstrate how to apply these techniques. Separate chapters focus on injuries in fourteen specific sports and in specific athletic populations—the differently abled, children, women, the elderly, and pregnant athletes.
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Handbook Of Sports Injuries

Author : R. Charles Bull
ISBN : 0070089930
Genre : Medical
File Size : 85.34 MB
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The treatment and management of sports related injuries is a growing part of primary care. Many common injuries are now treated in the managed care environment while referrals to the sports medicine clinic or orthopaedic surgeon are now saved for more complicated injuries. Written by experts in their respective sports, this handbook covers the relevant anatomy, diagnostic considerations, management, complications and prevention of the most common sports injuries in a variety of sports. Organization focuses on the sport, then moves to area of injury, and then on to rehabilitation, bracing, conditioning and physiotherapy. Throughout, simple line drawings and images highlight the coverage. As a special feature, in each sport and anatomical area, a brief list of operations and their potential benefit with risks and alternatives aids the primary care provider in deciding whether or not to refer to a specialist.
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Musculoskeletal Trauma

Author : Gary Delforge
ISBN : 0736038795
Genre : Medical
File Size : 70.76 MB
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A foundation book on sports injury management with application to musculoskeletal injuries, representing primary clinical concerns for clinicians dealing with sports injuries. It focuses on planning a sequential treatment program for soft tissue injuries and fractures.
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Sports Injuries

Author : Vivian Grisogono
ISBN : 1905367287
Genre : Health & Fitness
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Describes why sports injuries happen, complications and consequences of injuries, and exercise programs for recovery.
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Clinical Sports Anatomy

Author : Andrew Franklyn-Miller
ISBN : 9781743765241
Genre : Medical
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Patient-based learning made simple Understanding the anatomy of a sports injury is the key to unlocking the diagnosis for most clinicians. Unfortunately, anatomy is often poorly taught, is not clinically focused and many anatomy textbooks are so complicated that searching for clinically useful information is difficult. In addition, multiple pathologies can present in an overlapping fashion, making the differentiation of the various possible causes of injury problematic. Clinical Sports Anatomy classifies structures according to their anatomical reference points to form a diagnostic triangle. Discriminant questions are coupled with the more useful clinical tests and diagnostic manoeuvres to direct the reader toward a de?nitive clinical diagnosis. This approach is ?rmly rooted in evidence-based medicine and includes a list of the most appropriate investigations required to confirm diagnosis. Key Features the four step process (define and align; listen and localize; palpate and re-create; alleviate and investigate) the accurate orientation of the ‘triangle system’ which aligns the questioning and subsequent examination to focus on surrounding structures that may be injured, not just the most obvious one diagnostic reference tables 38 case studies of patient presentations covering a variety of sports injuries over 60 rich and original anatomical illustrations
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The Anatomy Of Stretching Second Edition

Author : Brad Walker
ISBN : 9781583947302
Genre : Health & Fitness
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The multiple stresses of contemporary life—whether from excessive sports play, overwork, or overuse of technology—are increasingly taking a toll on the body. Symptoms range from muscle soreness and pain to pinched nerves to potentially more permanent disabilities, including serious body injuries. One safe, quickly productive way to address the problem is through a simple therapy that can be done anywhere, anytime, and without special equipment: stretching. This new edition of Brad Walker’s best-selling book on the subject presents 135 unique stretching exercises designed to help repair the body and make it more flexible, fit, and relaxed. The book begins with clear, detailed descriptions of important principles of anatomy and physiology, the benefits of stretching, different forms of stretching, rules to remember, and how to stretch properly. It also focuses on the kinds of stretches that are most helpful in the alleviation or rehabilitation of specific sports injuries. Organized by body part, The Anatomy of Stretching presents stretching exercises in a uniform style accompanied by full-color anatomical illustrations. Equally useful for fitness fans, pro or amateur athletes, coaches and personal trainers, and healthcare practitioners, this new edition contains 20 new stretches; expanded physiology and anatomy information; and a revised numbering system that makes the stretches easier to reference. An expanded appendix includes a longer resources section and a helpful chart describing the top five stretches for each sport and sports injury.
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Sports Medicine

Author : Anthony A. Schepsis
ISBN : 0781756537
Genre : Medical
File Size : 32.91 MB
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Written by surgeons who are noted teachers, this volume of our Orthopaedic Surgery Essentials Series presents all the information residents need during sports medicine rotations. It can easily be read cover to cover during a rotation or used for quick reference before a patient workup or operation. The user-friendly, visually stimulating format features ample illustrations, algorithms, bulleted lists, charts, and tables. The book begins with physical examination, non-surgical topics, and principles of arthroscopic surgery and proceeds to specific sports injuries at each anatomic site. Coverage of each injury includes surgical anatomy, diagnosis, imaging, indications for surgery, techniques, and complications.
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Sports Medicine For Sports Trainers E Book

Author : Sports Medicine Australia
ISBN : 9780729581547
Genre : Medical
File Size : 85.94 MB
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This E-book provides an easy-to-read introduction to the basic principles of sports medicine for people of all sporting backgrounds and interests. It gives readers practical knowledge in areas such as injury prevention, injury management, crisis management techniques and optimising performance. Topics covered include: management of common sporting injuries; how to conduct warm up, stretching and cool down sessions; using taping to prevent or reduce severity of injuries; and principles of sports nutrition. Examples are drawn from a wide variety of sports. Developed by Sports Medicine Australia, it provides you with the information you need to help athletes prevent injuries, to reduce the severity of injuries that occur, and to prevent injuries from re-occurring.
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Sports Injuries In Children And Adolescents

Author : Apostolos H. Karantanas
ISBN : 3540885900
Genre : Medical
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The incidence of acute and overuse sports injuries in children and adolescents are increasing. Radiologists need to be familiar with the advantages and limitations of the various imaging modalities used to evaluate the injured young athlete. This book, written by leading experts from Europe and the United States, covers a wide spectrum of sports injuries seen in children and adolescents. The first part comprises a series of introductory chapters on topics such as the clinician’s viewpoint, normal anatomy and variants, the imaging of articular cartilage, and the current role of ultrasonography. In subsequent chapters, each important site of injury is considered individually with the aid of informative images. The final part of the book resembles an atlas and presents the most commonly encountered injuries in the popular sports of football, skiing, water sports, tennis, and gymnastics. Throughout, particular attention is paid to the most recent advances in knowledge and imaging.
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Orthopedic Sports Medicine

Author : Fabrizio Margheritini
ISBN : 8847017025
Genre : Medical
File Size : 90.47 MB
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Aim of this book is to give an update on the main issues in sports traumatology and orthopedics, involving different body sections. Exploring the most important aspects of sports medicine - from anatomy to normal movements description, from diagnosis to sports injuries treatment, from conservative to surgical treatments - it gives a global overview of the field, describing also diagnostic tools recently introduced in this field, such as hip arthroscopy, and taking into consideration related areas like nutrition, prevention, training and rehabilitation. The single chapters deal with relevant problems such as emergencies on the field, pathologies of the upper and lower extremity, spine problems in athletes. Each injury is approached on the basis of both the specific body area and of the different sports/activities. Written by a multidisciplinary team of experts, this volume will be a fundamental book for orthopedic surgeons, physiotherapists, general practitioners, personal and athletic trainers, offering them a useful tool for the management of most frequent injuries in sports medicine.
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