Conservative Management of Sports Injuries

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Thomas E. Hyde, Marianne S. Gengenbach
Williams & Wilkins, Jan 1, 1997 - Medical - 747 pages
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As sports injury management has become an increasingly important subspecialty, many practitioners are embracing the philosophy of "active" conservative care. Conservative Management of Sports Injuries encourages a multidisciplinary team approach to the treatment and rehabilitation of athletic injuries. You'll find complete coverage, with specific recommendations made for women, young athletes, and seniors.

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Contents

A CONSERVATIVEAPPROACHTO SPORTSRELATED INJURIES
3
Medicolegal Issues in Sports Medicine
9
The Physiology of Exercise Physical Fitness and Cardiovascular
15
Conservative Rehabilitation of Athletic Injuries
43
Principles of Manipulation in Sports Medicine 6
61
SITESPECIFIC SPORTS INJURIES
131
SITESPECIFIC SPORTS INJURIEScontd
132
O The Trunk and Viscera
215
5 Biomechanics of the Foot and Ankle
415
Injuries of the Leg Ankle and Foot 45
451
SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS
517
The Senior Athlete
585
SIGNIFICANT ISSUES IN SPORTSMEDICINE
601
Thermal Imaging of Sports Injuries
643
Strength and Conditioning
659
Sports Nutrition
681

The Elbow Wrist and Hand
259
Athletic Injuries of the Pelvis Hip and Thigh 32
321
4 The Knee
365
Anabolic Steroids 7
711
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