Sports Injuries Guidebook
Robert S. Gotlin
Human Kinetics, Sep 4, 2019 - Sports injuries - 400 pages
Injuries happen, and when they do, athletes and coaches need to have access to quick support. With Sports Injuries Guidebook, Second Edition, you will be equipped with the information you need for sports injury identification and return-to-play guidelines.
Dr. Robert Gotlin, a former medical consultant to the New York Knicks, the New York Liberty, the New York Yankees, and the New Jersey Nets, has assembled 24 top specialists in sports medicine to create an authoritative guide covering more than 150 common sports injuries, including the following:
This second edition also features new chapters explaining how and why injuries happen, as well as different types of injection therapies and when they may be most beneficial. You'll also learn how to prevent injuries from occurring in the first place with proper conditioning, body maintenance, and nutrition.
With high-quality illustrations and a user-friendly format, Sports Injuries Guidebook will arm you with the expert guidance you need to understand injuries and get back in the game.
CE exam available! For certified professionals, a companion continuing education exam can be completed after reading this book. Sports Injuries Guidebook, Second Edition Online CE Exam, may be purchased separately or as part of the Sports Injuries Guidebook, Second Edition With CE Exam, package that includes both the book and the exam.
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Biomechanics of Function and Injury
Body Maintenance Conditioning Strengthening and Injury Prevention
Injury Types Assessment and Management
Concussions and Head Injuries
Neck and Cervical Spine Injuries
Arm and Elbow Injuries
Wrist and Hand Injuries
Chest and Abdominal Injuries
Thigh and Hamstring Injuries
About the Contributors
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