Textbook of Running Medicine

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McGraw-Hill, Medical Publishing Division, 2001 - Medical - 696 pages
*The most comprehensive book available on running injuries
*Presents both general and specialized principles, diagnosis, and treatment options
*Offers extensive injury management strategies
*Review associated medical problems, rehabilitation guidelines, surgical considerations, and more

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Contents

GENERAL CONSIDERATIONS CHAPTER 9 Compartment Syndrome
95
Ted Epperly and Karl B Fields CHAPTER 10 ExerciseInduced Asthma
101
Biomechanics Running 11 Fred Brennan
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About the author (2001)

Dr. Wilder is a physiatrist and is the co-author of THE TEXTBOOK OF SPORTS MEDICINE. He is active in the running community

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