576 Seiten, Gebunden, Format (B × H): 228 mm x 280 mm, Gewicht: 1708 g
Verlag: Oxford University Press
Hutson / Speed Sports Injuries
organised by anatomical region and by sport, and also covers basic sciences such as functional anatomy, tissue injury and repair, and principles of examination and treatment to further enhance understanding.
Based on the 2001 title Sports Injuries: Recognition and Management 3rd edition, also edited by Michael Hutson, this textbook will be invaluable to those clinicians who are involved with, or anticipate involvement with, sports people and those exercising for health benefits or for pleasure, many of whom will be in need of expert advice following injury. Professionals whose careers lead them into regular contact with the exercising public, whether it is as therapists, coaches, trainers,
administrators or executives, will also wish to find a place on their bookshelves for this comprehensive text on the adverse consequences of exercise.
Sports and exercise physicians, sports and orthopaedic physiotherapists, musculoskeletal physicians, sports scientists and trainers, osteopaths and chiropractors, orthopaedic surgeons, rheumatologists, and all clinicians working in the field of sports injuries.
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From the contents: BASIC SCIENCE; Tissue injury and repair; 1.1: Tendon and ligament biochemistry and pathology; 1.2: Muscle; 1.3: Meniscus; 1.4: The intervertebral disc and the spine; 1.5: Articular cartilage; 1.6: Bone; 1.7: Training; Biomechanics; 1.8: Principles of biomechanics and their use in the analysis of injuries and technique; 1.9: Gait analysis; 1.10: Epidemiology and injury surveillance in sports medicine; CLINICAL PRINCIPLES; Diagnostics; 2.1: Assessment and management; 2.2: Radiology; 2.3: Neurophysiological investigation of injuries sustained in sport; Management; 2.4: Therapeutic modalities; 2.5: Pharmacological pain management in sports injuries; 2.6: Injection therapies in sports injuries; 2.7: Orthotics; 2.8: Physiotherapy and rehabilitation; 2.9: Surgical issues in sports medicine; REGIONAL INJURIES; 3.1: Ocular sports injuries; 3.2: Intracranial injuries; 3.3: Oral and maxillofacial sports injuries; 3.4: Regional injuries of the cervical spine; 3.5: Injuries to the shoulder; 3.6: Injuries to the elbow and forearm; 3.7: Injuries to the thoracolumbar spine and thorax; 3.8: Injuries to the pelvis, hip and thigh; 3.9: Orthopaedic injuries to the hand and wrist; 3.10: Soft tissue conditions of the hand and wrist; 3.11: Injuries to the lower leg; 3.12: Knee injuries; 3.13: Ankle injuries; 3.14: Injuries to the foot; SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS; Special groups; 4.1: Sports injuries in older people; 4.2: Sports injuries in children; 4.3: Injuries in the female athlete; 4.4: Disability sport; Emergency medical care of on-field injuries; 4.5: Emergency medical care of on-field injuries; Sport-specific injuries; 4.6: Injuries in swimming and related aquatic sports; 4.7: Triathlon injuries; 4.8: Running injuries; 4.9: Injuries in field (throwing and jumping) events; 4.10: Golf injuries; 4.11: Injuries in gymnastics; 4.12: Cycling injuries; 4.13: Injuries in netball and basketball; 4.14: Rowing injuries; 4.15: Cricket injuries; 4.16: Soccer injuries; 4.17: Injuries in rugby union; 4.18: Boxing injuries; 4.19: Skiing injuries; 4.20: Tennis injuries; 4.21: Badminton injuries; 4.22: Squash injuries