Clinical Sports Medicine
Fully revised and updated, this book presents a symptom oriented, multi-disciplinary approach to the problems that the sports medicine clinician will encounter in clinical practice. There is emphasis on clinical assessment, recommendations for a comprehensive history, a specific examination routine for each region, and appropriate use of investigations. Areas covered include musculoskeletal injuries, the role of nutrition and psychology in sports performance, and care of the sporting team.
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Articular cartilage damage
Foreword to the first edition V Ligament
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abduction abnormalities Achilles activity acute aggravated ankle apophyseal arthroscopy assessment associated athlete biomechanics bone scan cause cervical Chapter chronic Clin clinical clinician common compartment syndrome condition corticosteroid diagnosis dislocation distal dorsiflexion elbow examination excessive exercise extensor external rotation femoral flexion flexor foot function glenohumeral groin hamstring headache impingement increased injection instability involves joint knee lateral lesion ligament low back pain lumbar spine massage therapy medial ment mobilization movement muscle neck nerve neural tension normal NSAIDs occur onset osteitis pubis palpation passive patellar patellofemoral patient pelvis performed plyometric position posterior pronation proprioceptive quadriceps range of motion reduce referred pain rehabilitation result return to sport rotator cuff scapula shoulder soft tissue splint sports medicine stability stress fracture stretching subtalar joint surgery surgical swelling symptoms syndrome tear techniques tenderness tendinopathy tendon thigh thoracic tibial tion treatment trigger points ulnar ultrasound usually wrist X-ray