Clinical Sports Medicine
Peter Brukner, Karim Khan
McGraw-Hill, 1993 - Sports accidents - 624 pages
A Doody's Core Title! "Clinical Sports Medicine" has established itself as the authoritative reference for clinicians who treat musculoskeletal conditions and prescribe activity. New to this Edition: Currency: Includes six new chapters, with all others substantially revised; this edition successfully integrates research discoveries with the latest clinical developments in physiotherapy and medicine Full Color: Completely new art program, in full color, highlights key concepts in a visual and appealling manner Patiend Education: A Bonus CD contains a comprehensive set of Patient Information Sheets for both common and rare sports injuries. Excellent for clinicians in consultations and forms an effective study tool for students "Clinical Sports Medicine" takes a multidisciplinary perspective and is designed for practicing clinicians including physiotherapists, general practitioners, and remedial massage therapists. It is essential reading for students in these fields.
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