Clinical sports medicine / Peter Brukner and Karim Khan

By: Brukner, Peter, D.R.C.O.GContributor(s): Khan, KarimPublication details: Sydney ; New York : McGraw-Hill, c1993Description: xxix, 697 p. : ill. ; 25 cmContent type: rdacontent Media type: rdamedia Carrier type: rdacarrierISBN: 0074706519Subject(s): Sports medicine | Sports injuries | Athletic Injuries | Sports MedicineLOC classification: RC 1210 | .B78 1993
Contents:
Part A. Fundamental principles -- Sports medicine: the team approach -- Sports injuries -- Pain: where is it coming from? -- Beware: conditions masquerading as sports injuries -- Biomechanics of common sporting injuries -- Principles of injury prevention -- Principles of diagnosis -- Principles of treatment -- Principles of rehabilitation --
Part B. Regional problems -- Minor head injury in sport -- Headache -- Facial injuries -- Neck pain -- Shoulder pain -- Elbow and forearm pain -- Wrist and hand pain -- Thoracic and chest pain -- Low back pain -- Buttock pain -- Hip and groin pain -- Anterior thigh pain -- Posterior thigh pain -- Acute knee injuries -- Anterior knee pain -- Lateral, medial and posterior knee pain -- Shin pain -- Calf pain -- Pain in the Achilles region -- Acute ankle injuries --
Ankle pain -- Foot pain -- The patient with longstanding symptoms -- Part C. Enhancing sport performance -- Maximizing performance: nutrition -- Maximizing performance: psychology -- Part D. Special groups of participants -- The younger athlete -- The female athlete -- The older athlete -- The disabled athlete -- Part E. Management of medical problems -- Sporting emergencies -- Cardiovascular symptoms during exercise -- Respiratory symptoms during exercise -- Gastrointestinal symptoms during exercise -- Diabetes mellitus -- The athlete with epilepsy --
Joint-related symptoms without acute injury -- Common sports-related infections -- The tired athlete -- Exercise in the heat -- Exercise in the cold -- Exercise prescription for health -- Part F. Practical sports medicine -- Screening the elite athlete -- Medical care of the sporting team -- Traveling with a team -- Medical coverage of endurance events -- Drugs and the athlete -- Ethics and sports medicine
List(s) this item appears in: CARES - THERA EX 2: SPECIFIC EXERCISE, PREs | CARES - SEMINAR 1: CLINICAL CORRELATION, TEAM APPROACH
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RC 1210 B78 1993 (Browse shelf (Opens below)) c.1 Available 000071

Previous ed.: 1993

Includes bibliographical references and index

Part A. Fundamental principles -- Sports medicine: the team approach -- Sports injuries -- Pain: where is it coming from? -- Beware: conditions masquerading as sports injuries -- Biomechanics of common sporting injuries -- Principles of injury prevention -- Principles of diagnosis -- Principles of treatment -- Principles of rehabilitation --

Part B. Regional problems -- Minor head injury in sport -- Headache -- Facial injuries -- Neck pain -- Shoulder pain -- Elbow and forearm pain -- Wrist and hand pain -- Thoracic and chest pain -- Low back pain -- Buttock pain -- Hip and groin pain -- Anterior thigh pain -- Posterior thigh pain -- Acute knee injuries -- Anterior knee pain -- Lateral, medial and posterior knee pain -- Shin pain -- Calf pain -- Pain in the Achilles region -- Acute ankle injuries --

Ankle pain -- Foot pain -- The patient with longstanding symptoms -- Part C. Enhancing sport performance -- Maximizing performance: nutrition -- Maximizing performance: psychology -- Part D. Special groups of participants -- The younger athlete -- The female athlete -- The older athlete -- The disabled athlete -- Part E. Management of medical problems -- Sporting emergencies -- Cardiovascular symptoms during exercise -- Respiratory symptoms during exercise -- Gastrointestinal symptoms during exercise -- Diabetes mellitus -- The athlete with epilepsy --

Joint-related symptoms without acute injury -- Common sports-related infections -- The tired athlete -- Exercise in the heat -- Exercise in the cold -- Exercise prescription for health -- Part F. Practical sports medicine -- Screening the elite athlete -- Medical care of the sporting team -- Traveling with a team -- Medical coverage of endurance events -- Drugs and the athlete -- Ethics and sports medicine

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