Conservative Management of Sports Injuries

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Thomas E. Hyde, Marianne S. Gengenbach
Jones & Bartlett Learning, 2007 - Medical - 1173 pages
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This book embraces the philosophy of active conservative care and encourages a multidisciplinary team approach to the treatment and rehabilitation of athletic injuries. In addition to site specific sports injuries, including ankle, spine, knee, and shoulder injuries, chapters address the sports medicine aspects of medicolegal issues, diagnostic imaging, strength and conditioning, nutrition, and anabolic steroid use in sports. Includes specific recommendations for women, young athletes, and seniors.
 

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An excellent text book comprehensively covering a large variety of topics.

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it appears to be an excellent summary of musculoskeletal conditions

Contents

Overview of Sports Injuries Management
1
TreatmentManagement of Sports Injuries
9
Medicolegal Issues in Sports Medicine with Special Considerations
17
The Physiology of Exercise Physical Fitness and Cardiovascular Endurance Training
23
Chapter 4A Conservative Rehabilitation of Athletic Injuries
59
Chapter 4B Rehabilitation of Sports Injuries of the Spine
157
Cardiovascular Conditioning
195
Chapter 4C General Principles and Research Findings on Taping and Bracing
207
Specific Injuries
620
Clinical Entities That Can Cause Other Problems
643
The Knee
661
Biomechanics
670
Examination Overview
680
General Treatment and Rehabilitation
721
Biomechanics of the Foot and Ankle
731
Abnormal Motion During the Gait Cycle
744

Principles of Soft Tissue Manipulation in Sports Medicine
217
Joint Assessment Procedures
223
Types of Adjustive Thrusts
231
Chapter 5B Extraspinal Joint Manipulation
245
The Elbow
252
The Hand
260
The Ankle and Foot
270
The Ribs
279
Chapter 5C SoftTissue Techniques for Athletic Injuries
285
Historical Background
295
Basic Components of the Graston Technique
302
Research
310
The Shoulder 505
310
Nerve Injuries in Competitive Sports
347
The Cervical Spine
377
Biomechanics of Cervical Spine Injury
385
Common Injuries
398
Rehabilitation
406
The Thoracic Spine
419
Trauma to the Thoracic Region
428
Chiropractic
440
The Lumbar Spine in Sports
451
Imaging
457
Heart Disease and the Athlete
465
Congestive Heart Failure
476
The Trunk and Viscera
485
Anatomy
505
Examination of the Shoulder
511
Posterior Shoulder InstabilityDislocation
519
Labral Tears
528
The Elbow Wrist and Hand
543
Wrist and Hand
575
The Pelvis Hip and Thigh
613
Neuromotor Coordination and Muscular Strength
756
Injuries of the Lower Leg Ankle and Foot
767
Osseous Injury of the Leg Ankle and Foot
814
Injury to the Nail Bed and Skin
825
Addendum
830
The Female Athlete
839
Gynecologic Issues
847
Exercise During Pregnancy and Postpartum
853
Athletic Injuries Specific to Women
860
SportSpecific Injuries
871
Prevention of Athletic Injuries in Female Athletes
878
Special Considerations
895
Conditioning Young Athletes
925
Lower and Upper Extremity Injuries
934
Drug Abuse in Young Athletes
941
Physical Activity and the Older Person
953
Exercise Prescriptions for Seniors
963
Extreme Sports and the Extreme Athlete
971
Snowboarding
977
Whitewater Kayaking
983
Diagnostic Imaging of Athletic Injury
989
Skeletal Scintigraphy
998
Arthrography
1004
Magnetic Resonance Imaging
1025
A Biochemical View of Injury Care and Prevention
1067
Nutritional Supplements to Support the Antiinflammatory Diet
1081
Postinjury Nutritional Supplementation
1087
PerformanceEnhancing Drugs in Sport
1093
Increasing Endogenous Testosterone
1104
Clenbuterol and Other Beta 2Adrenergic Agonists
1113
Index
1125
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Dr. Hyde obtained his BA in Biology from Florida State University and his DC degree from Logan College. He completed a 2-week sports medicine internship program at the USOC and served as the chiropractor for the 1986 Pan American Games. In his career, Dr. Hyde has worked on athletes around the world in many different sports. He was a chiropractic consultant to the Miami Dolphins for 7 years, as well as a chiropractic consultant for several high schools and universities. Dr. Hyde continues to lecture around the world and consults with athletes and healthcare providers treating athletes.

Marianne S. Gengenbach, DC, DACBSP is a graduate of Logan College of Chiropractic and has served the Chiropractic Profession for 24 years. A former Associate Professor and Director of Clinical Education at Logan College, she became a Diplomate of the American Chiropractic Board of Sports Physicians in 1994 and continues to teach sports injuries management at the postgraduate level. Her interest in conservative management of sports injuries dates back to her days as a student, and she proceeded to specialize in sports injuries from her first day in practice. Along with other notable chiropractic physicians, including co-editor Thomas Hyde, she helped shape current education and certification in sports injuries management for the chiropractic profession, and continues in part-time practice in Florida. She served in various capacities on what is now known as the American Chiropractic Board of Sports Physicians from 1981-1994, and became the first woman to serve as its President from 1988-1992. She has written numerous publications in addition to helping edit the first edition of Conservative Management of Sports Injuries, including the translation and editing of German chiropractic publications for American release.

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