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    "Clinical Sports Medicine" (McGraw-Hill Sports Medicine) By Peter Brukner, Karim Khan




    "Clinical Sports Medicine" (McGraw-Hill Sports Medicine)
    Peter Brukner and Karim Khan | ISBN: 0074715208 | 3rd Edition | PDF | 1084 pages | 533 MB | Rapidshare


    Description: A Doody's Core Title!

    Clinical Sports Medicine has established itself as the authoritative reference for clinicians who treat musculoskeletal conditions and prescribe activity.

    New to this Edition:

    * Currency: Includes six new chapters, with all others substantially revised; this edition successfully integrates research discoveries with the latest clinical developments in physiotherapy and medicine
    * Full Color: Completely new art program, in full color, highlights key concepts in a visual and appealling manner
    * Patiend Education: A Bonus CD contains a comprehensive set of Patient Information Sheets for both common and rare sports injuries. Excellent for clinicians in consultations and forms an effective study tool for students

    Clinical Sports Medicine takes a multidisciplinary perspective and is designed for practicing clinicians including physiotherapists, general practitioners, and remedial massage therapists. It is essential reading for students in these fields.
    (20070119)

    Clinical Sports Medicine has been fully updated from the popular 2nd edition (2000). It is even more practical, now superbly illustrated, easy-to-read and packed with substantially updated and new material. There are samples of several chapters online including the whole "Pain in the Achilles region" chapter. This book describes a completely symptom-oriented approach to treating clinical problems.

    The practitioner can flick to the chapter that describes the patient presentation (e.g., longstanding groin pain, acute ankle injuries) and review the likely differential diagnoses, the clinical approach and the full colour pictures of the physical examination (physical examination for several major systems are also available as a separate DVD).

    The reader of this third edition of Clinical Sports Medicine benefits from the wisdom of over 50 clinicians with world-wide recognition including Jenny McConnell, Jill Cook, Roald Bahr, Liza Arendt, Per Holmich, Ben Kibler, Timothy Noakes, Pekka Kannus, Kim Bennell, Paul McCrory, George Murrell, Kevin Singer and Meena Sran and Jon Karlsson.

    Table of Contents Part A: Fundamental Principles

    This part provides essential background about diagnosis and treatment methods and is particularly relevant for those relatively new to the field. It covers both medical and physiotherapy assessment and treatment. We outline and illustrate the principles that underpin sports medicine and this knowledge is assumed in later chapters that outline treatment of conditions.

    1. Sports medicine: the team approach
    2. Sports injuries
    3. Pain: where is it coming from?
    4. Beware: Conditions masquerading as sports injuries
    5. Biomechanics of common sporting activities
    6. Principles of injury prevention – now with new author Roald Bahr
    7. Recovery
    8. Principles of diagnosis: clinical assessment
    9. Principles of diagnosis: Investigations including imaging
    10. Principles of treatment
    11. Core stability
    12. Principles of rehabilitation

    Part B: Regional Problems

    This is the most popular section of Clinical Sports Medicine - the pearls of treatment according to where symptoms arise - from the head to the toes. Unique clinically-relevant organization of 'Clinical overview', 'Clinical Assessment' (illustrated) and then investigation mimics the office consultation. Conditions ranked according to 'Common', 'Less Common' and 'Not to be missed' allow the reader to benefit from the authors years' of experience. Specific treatments clearly listed and illustrated. Every page has been significantly updated from the first edition.

    13. Sports Concussion – updated with the most recent Prague Concussion Guidelines
    14. Headache
    15 Facial injuries
    16. Neck pain – now with Meena Sran, PT, PhD
    17. Shoulder pain – new author George Murrell joins Ben Kibler
    18. Elbow and arm pain
    19. Wrist, hand and finger injuries – completely revised with new author team
    20. Thoracic and chest pain – with new author Kevin Singer
    21. Low back pain – updated a reshot
    22. Buttock pain
    23. Acute Hip and groin pain – now with Per Holmich
    24. Longstanding groin pain – with Per Holmich
    25. Anterior thigh pain
    26. Posterior thigh pain
    27. Acute knee injuries – with Liza Arendt, major new material on ACL injuries
    28. Anterior knee pain – major update with Kay Crossley, Jill Cook
    29. Lateral, medial and posterior knee pain
    30. Shin pain – update with Mark Hutchinson
    31. Calf pain
    32. Pain in the Achilles region (this entire chapter is online) – vastly updated to include novel therapies
    33. Acute ankle injuries – with Jon Karlsson
    34. Ankle pain
    35. Foot pain
    36. The patient with longstanding symptoms


    Part C: Enhancing Sport Performance

    Sports nutrition explained in a practical problem-based way - eating for weight gain, weight loss, competititon, training. Frequently asked questions about iron, creatine, and other supplements answered. Sports psychology without the mumbo-jumbo. Proven strategies for optimum performance as used by Olympians and professional athletes.

    37. Maximizing performance: nutrition
    38. Maximizing sporting performance: To use or not to use supplements – new chapter to update all clinicians on current habits and evidence
    39. Maximizing performance: psychology principles for clinicians


    Part D: Special Groups of Participants

    Sports medicine is for all and these chapters allow the clinician to confidently treat all members of the exercise fraternity.

    40. The younger athlete
    41. Women and activity-related issues across the lifespan – major update; Alleyne joins author Bennell
    42. The older person who exercises
    43. The disabled athlete


    Part E: Management of Medical Problems

    Emergency medicine care and management of athletes with common conditions such as diabetes and epilepsy are important for all members of the sports medicine teams. Physicians will appreciate the practical, up-to-date advice about managing athletes with medical conditions who wish to exercise. Chapters also outline exercise prescription for improving health in those with common medical conditions.

    44. Sport and exercise-associated emergencies: On-site management
    45. Cardiovascular symptoms during exercise
    46. Respiratory symptoms during exercise
    47. Gastrointestinal symptoms during exercise
    48. Diabetes mellitus
    49. The athlete with epilepsy
    50. Joint-related symptoms without acute injury
    51. Common sports-related infections
    52. The tired athlete
    53. Exercise in the heat – major update by Noakes
    54. Exercise at the extremes of cold and altitude – new sections, new author Koehle
    55. Exericise prescription for health

    Part F: Practical Sports Medicine

    Chapters that reflect the authors' side-line experience, this section allows the clinician to approach on-field athlete and team care confidently. Guidelines for organizing events are particularly useful and the drugs chapter has telephone numbers and websites for up-to-the-minute information on banned drugs.

    56. The preparticipation physical evaluation - major new chapter by ACSM’s Hoffman
    57. Screening the elite athlete
    58. Providing team care
    59. Traveling with a team
    60. Medical coverage of endurance events
    61. Drugs and the athlete
    62. Ethics and sports medicine












     
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