A Practical Guide to Sports Injuries
This book is a practical guide to the diagnosis and management of sports injuries, from the author of the successful Sports Injuries: a unique guide to self-diagnosis and rehabilitation.
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acute ankle athlete Avascular necrosis avulsion biceps bone scan bursa Cause Caveat Chapter 20 chronic clinically required compartment compression cortisone cruciate ligament cyst damage disc dorsal dorsiflexion elbow Electrotherapeutic modalities enthesis exercise extension extensor external rotation facet joints femoral Figure Findings flexed flexor foot Glossary grip Guide to Sports hamstring heel impingement increased injection Investigations None clinically Investigations X-ray knee pain laser lateral lesion loads lumbar mation medial meniscal metatarsal modalities to settle movement muscle neck nerve NSAIDs orthotics osteoarthritis osteochondral overpronation pain-free patella patient peroneal plantar flexion positive posterior tibialis Practical Guide problems produce pronation quadriceps Referred pain rehabilitation resisted rotator cuff running sacro-iliac joint scar tissue settle inflam shoe shoulder spine Sports Injuries straight leg stress fracture stretch subluxation surgery surgical swelling syndrome tear tender to palpation tendon tennis tibia tion trauma Treatment ulnar ultrasound usually valgus weak whilst worse wrist