Anybody's Sports Medicine Book: The Complete Guide to Quick Recovery from Injuries

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Ten Speed Press, 2000 - Medical - 329 pages
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Wondering what to do with a sprained ankle? Written by one of the world's leading sports medicine doctors and a well-known science writer, this guide explains why crushed ice is better than cubed, and why you should never soak a swollen ankle in warm water. With each chapter dedicated to a different part of the body, this practical guide gives prevention, treatment, and rehabilitation tips for the most common sports-related injuries, from tendinitis to tennis elbow.

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Anybody's sports medicine book: the complete guide to quick recovery from injuries

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From weekend warrior to pro athlete, everyone has had some sort of sports injury. Sprained ankles and tennis elbows not only get in the way of your game but can also create long-term problems if ... Read full review

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As an overview of sports injuries, this offers little that is new. Sports Fitness and Sports Injuries edited by Thomas Reilly ( LJ 4/15/81) and H. Winter Griffith's Complete Guide to Sports Injuries ... Read full review

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About the author (2000)

Garrick is the medical adviser to the National Football League, the U.S. Olympic Figure Skating Team, and the San Francisco Ballet.

Peter Radetsky is the author of six books and has written and developed a dozen international museum exhibitions, with long experience chronicling Russian life and history. He lives in Northern California.

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