Hip and Pelvis Injuries in Sports Medicine
Authored by the foremost experts in the field, this comprehensive clinical reference covers the diagnosis and treatment of hip and pelvis injuries seen in sports medicine practices. The book details the physical examination and radiology of the hip and pelvis and describes techniques for treating all the important problems encountered in athletes. Of special note is the thorough coverage of problems that occur before a hip replacement is needed. The book provides detailed information on hip intra-articular disease along with all of the bony and soft tissue injuries around the hip joint. Other conditions covered include stress fractures, adductor injuries, sports hernias, and hamstring injuries. Treatment methods described include both arthroscopic and open procedures. The book is profusely illustrated and includes color throughout.
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Imaging the Hip
Snapping Hip Syndrome 159
Imaging of the Pelvis
Physical Examination of the Hip
The Lateral Approach
Treatment of Labral Pathology
Cartilage Injuries of the Hip
Low Back Pain in Athletes 240
Treatment of Femoroacetabular ImpingementOpen
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