ACSM's Handbook for the Team Physician
W. Ben Kibler
Williams & Wilkins, 1996 - Medical - 505 pages
Designed by the ACSM to be a resource for team physicians, this handbook gives an overview of the range of problems that occur before, during, and after competition. It covers recognition of problems, assessment techniques, treatment, referral, principles of rehabilitation, and return to play.
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The Preparticipation Examination
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