Clinical Sports Medicine

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McGraw-Hill, Jan 1, 2001 - Medical - 918 pages
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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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Peter Brukner, MB BS, DRCOG, FACSM, FACSP, FASMF is a sports physician and Associate Professor in Sports Medicine at the Centre for Health, Exercise and Sports Medicine, University of Melbourne, Australia. He is the founding partner of the Olympic Park Sports Medicine Centre, a past president of the Australasian College of Sports Physicians, and an Olympic Team Physician.

Karim Khan, MD, PhD, FACSP, FACSM, Dip Sport Med (CASM) is Professor, Department of Family Practice, and Associate Member, Departments of Physical Therapy and Orthopaedics, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada. Karim combines an active clinical sports medicine practice with a prolific research program related to tendinopathies, bone health, and exercise prescription for health.

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