Complete Guide to Sports Injuries: How to Treat Fractures, Bruises, Sprains, Strains, Dislocations, Head Injuries
This newly revised and updated edition of the classic, authoritative guide features information on almost 200 athletic and exercise injuries, 75 of the common illnesses that often affect athletes, and an illustrated section on rehabilitation.
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acetaminophen amount of foam anesthesia ankle arthritic aspirin athletic bleeding blood vessels BODY PARTS INVOLVED bursitis CALL YOUR DOCTOR cast compression and elevation Contact sports contusions corticosteroid cup with water daily rehabilitation exercises diet that includes dislocation doctor may prescribe doctor's instructions drugs elbow exostosis EXPECT APPROPRIATE HEALTH fiber and fluid fracture fractured bones heat lamps heat liniments heating pads hematoma history and exam hot soaks humerus ibuprofen ice massage ice protrudes includes extra protein Increase fiber injured area instructions are supplemental instructions for R.I.C.E. intake to prevent joint knee large Styrofoam cup letters of rest ligaments liniments and ointments Massage firmly Medical history milk and eggs NOTE-Follow your doctor's observation of symptoms osteoporosis periosteum Physical therapy POSSIBLE COMPLICATIONS prevent constipation Prolonged healing resumed too SOOn RISK INCREASES shoulder SIGNS & SYMPTOMS skin splints surgery Tear a small tendons top so ice TREAT NOTE-Follow triamcinolone water and freeze well-balanced diet X-rays