Bull's Handbook of Sports Injuries, 2/e
Covers the physical examination, assessment and treatment considerations for all major sports injuries. Provides insight into the cause of injuries as a result of a specific sport in order to tailor treatment to that injury.
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Role of the Physician Trainer and Coach
Head Injuries and Concussions
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Achilles activity acute ankle sprains anterior cruciate ligament Arthroscopic associated athlete avulsion basketball biomechanical bone cause chronic Clin clinical collateral ligament common compartment syndrome concussion dancers decrease diagnosis dislocation distal elbow evaluation examination exercise extensor factors flexion fluid foot football function golfers healing heat hypothermia ice hockey increased instability joint knee bracing lateral lesions loading lower extremity mechanism medial medial collateral ligament metatarsal muscle nerve NSAIDs occur orthotics osteoarthritis overuse injuries pads pain patellar patellofemoral patient performance physician plantarflexed players position posterior prevent pronation quadriceps racquet sports radiographs range of motion reduce rehabilitation require result return to play risk rotator cuff rupture shoulder skating skiing soccer soft tissue spine splinting spondylolysis Sports Medicine stability strength stress fractures subluxation subtalar joint surgery surgical swelling symptoms tears tenderness tendon therapy tibia tibial tion trauma treatment ulnar usually weeks wrist