Clinical sports medicine
This text provides practical information on the management of injuries and other medical concerns of athletes. Written by well-respected sports medicine physicians who describe the functional anatomy, evaluation, non-operative management, and rehabilitation of common athletic injuries--information of immediate use to the physician.
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The Basis of Sports Medicine
Psychological Considerations for Training and Competition
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abnormal activity acute aerobic amenorrhea ankle articular associated athlete athlete's Athletic Injuries avulsion avulsion fracture biomechanics body bone cause cervical spine clinical collateral ligament common competition compression contraction contusion decrease diagnosis dislocation disorders distal effective elbow electrode endurance equipment evaluation examination Exercise Testing extensor femoral fibers flexion frequently function glenohumeral healing heart rate increased infection infectious mononucleosis instability intensity involved isokinetic joint knee lateral lesions maximal mechanism medial medial collateral ligament ment metabolic metacarpophalangeal joint muscle nerve neurologic normal occur orthosis pain participation patella patellofemoral patient percent performance physical physician posterior problems proximal pulse quadriceps quadriplegia range of motion reduce rehabilitation require result rotation runners rupture shoulder skin soft tissue specific spinal sports medicine sprain stimulation strength stress fractures subluxation swelling symptoms syndrome technique tendon therapy tibia tibial tion traction trauma treatment ulnar ultrasound usually weight training