Therapeutic Modalities: For Sports Medicine and Athletic Training (THERAPEUTIC MODALITIES IN SPORTS MEDICINE) 6th Edition () (PDF) by William Prentice
This text is a contributed work by well-known trainers and educators, written under the direction of Dr. Prentice. The 6th edition continues to be the only text developed specifically for athletic trainers. This text is also appropriate for those physical therapists that are involved in a sports medicine curriculum.
Imaging of Orthopedic Sports Injuries (Medical Radiology) 2nd Edition (2021) (PDF) by Filip M. Vanhoenacker
This volume provides an updated review of imaging abnormalities in orthopedic sports injuries. The first part of the book contains background information on relevant basic science and general imaging principles in sports traumatology. The second part comprises a topographic discussion of sports injuries. Each chapter highlights the merits of different imaging techniques, focused on a specific clinical problem. In the third part, natural history, monitoring and follow-up imaging are discussed.
This textbook provides a practically applicable sport-centred guide to fracture management for athletes. It features extensive evidence-based guidance on how fracture management can be adapted in athletic patients, to facilitate an accelerated return to sport. Descriptions of a variety of both acute and stress fracture types are included, covering both the appendicular and axial skeleton, in locations such as the shoulder, knee, ankle and spine. Throughout the book, the focus is on enabling the reader to develop a deeper understanding of the ideal management principles that are available for managing fractures in high-functioning patients. Fractures in Sport comprehensively covers the available strategies for managing fractures in professional and amateur athletes, and is ideal for use by practising and trainee orthopaedic surgeons, sports physicians, and general practitioners.
Basic Information: Year: 2011 Page Number: File Type: PDF File Size: 36,92 MB Authors/ Editiors: Description: User's Review: Reviews from Amazon users which were colected at the time this book was published on the website: ⭐I loved the previous edition as the content is excellent. I did not like making photocopies as the computers I use daily don't have CD drives. I was excited to purchase the kindle version of the new edition so I could search and print what I...
The future of soccer conditioning has arrived. With content ranging from how to properly develop speed, strength, power, and agility in players at all levels to unique position-specific training guidelines and detailed return-to-play protocols, Complete Conditioning for Soccer is a real game changer. Training protocols and progressions, complete with schematics of on-field conditioning drills, guide conditioning for players from youth to professional levels. Field players of every position will increase strength to dribble through traffic. Forwards will pack more power into shots on goal. Central midfielders will improve quickness and agility to find open passing lanes and evade opponents. Goalkeepers will develop the explosiveness to cover the width of the goal to make that save. Emphasizing player movement and conditioning needs for the long term, you will learn the positional and seasonal demands that directly impact player development and performance and discover the significant differences between playing styles, positions, levels of play, and genders. To keep players game-ready, you’ll find detailed information on avoiding some of the most common soccer injuries as well as step-by-step, position-specific training protocols for players returning from injury. Written by Ryan Alexander, the director of sports science for Atlanta United Football Club (MLS), Complete Conditioning for Soccer takes the process of physical preparation for soccer to a whole new level.CE exam available! For certified professionals, a companion continuing education exam can be completed after reading this book. The Complete Conditioning for Soccer Online CE Exam may be purchased separately or as part of the Complete Conditioning for Soccer With CE Exam package that includes the book and the exam.
Foundations of Athletic Training, Prevention, Assessment, and Management: 4th (fourth) edition () (PDF) by
Basic Information: Year: Page Number: File Type: PDF File Size: 33,51 MB Authors/ Editiors: Description: User's Review: Reviews from Amazon users which were colected at the time this book was published on the website: ⭐Bought for my son who is going into Athletic Training.Seems like a very in depth book.Came in good condition. ⭐Nice price. ⭐This book was exactly what was advertised, and was in great condition. I was very pleased to receive a book in that quality state. ⭐Nice to have options...
Sports Dentistry: Principles and Practice is a comprehensive resource that addresses all aspects of this burgeoning field of dentistry. • Provides a comprehensive manual that covers the fundamental principles and practice of sports dentistry • Addresses all aspects of sports dentistry, including treatment of injuries, preventative measures, oral health and marketing and practice management • Offers information on providing dental facilities at sporting arenas • Presents suggestions for treating young children and the specific issues they present • Includes a companion website with illustrative case studies
Sports participation opportunities for individuals with impairments are increasing. Whether an athlete is beginning a sport or competing on the world stage for a podium finish, nutrition is recognized as being integral to optimizing their health, training capacity, and performance. Some athletes with impairments are physiologically similar to their able-bodied counterparts, whereby the application of sports nutrition principles is straightforward. However, athletes with certain impairments require a very individualized approach when applying these principles in a practical way.
Introducing the Core: Demstyfing the Body of an Athlete 1st Edition (2019) (PDF) by William C Meyers MD
Dr. William Meyers is the nation’s foremost authority on core health. Along with over 40 world-renowned expert contributors, Dr. Meyers explains how the core functions through stories from his work in locker rooms, the operating room, and the playing fields of elite athletes, giving readers a thorough understanding of the core’s widespread influence on athleticism and the human anatomy.
Spinal Conditions in the Athlete: A Clinical Guide to Evaluation, Management and Controversies (2020) (PDF) by Wellington K. Hsu
This concise, user-friendly guide brings together the strongest available evidence with expert recommendations to provide insight into the management of injuries to the athlete’s spine, including controversies unique to this area. Divided into three thematic sections, this information will prove invaluable, as many of the real-world questions surrounding care do not have distinct and obvious answers. Considerations for team physician management comprises part I, including on-field assessment of spine injuries and concussion, rehabilitation and return to play, and complications and post-concussion sequelae. The second and third sections discuss injuries to the cervical spine and the thoracolumbar spine, respectively, describing injury evaluation, management, and outcomes in the elite athlete.
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.
Sports Injuries of the Foot: Evolving Diagnosis and Treatment 1st Edition (2014) (PDF) by Terrence M. Philbin
Sports Injuries of the Foot is the go-to text for the management and treatment of foot injuries in athletes, demonstrating the current state-of-the-art techniques in assessment, testing and treatment. Organized anatomically beginning with the toes and working down the foot, it covers such common athletic injuries as turf toe, bunions, MTP instability and mid foot and navicular fractures, all in the context of athletic activity. Attention is also given to special considerations for the adolescent and female athlete, with an eye toward return to play. Written by clinicians for clinicians, it will be an invaluable resource for orthopedists, podiatrists, team physicians, athletic trainers and primary care providers alike.
Pediatric Orthopedics and Sports Medicine: A Handbook for Primary Care Physicians (2021) (PDF) by Amr Abdelgawad
The revised and the expanded second edition of this concise and targeted handbook presents the “need-to-know” musculoskeletal conditions and injuries required for all health care providers dealing with pediatric patients, including primary care physicians, emergency medicine physicians, radiologists, residents, students, nurses, and therapists, to brush up on pediatric orthopedics and sports medicine topics with ease. The most up-to-date information is contained within themed chapters--sports injuries and pediatric trauma, for example--as well as by anatomical region--the hip, knee, foot, spine, etc.--including chapters new to this edition covering pediatric musculoskeletal image interpretation and general aspects of sports medicine.
This book presents the latest knowledge in the evaluation and management of hip- and groin-related injuries in athletes. Techniques of hip arthroscopy, as well as their limitations and possible complications, are clearly described, and guidance is provided on the use of periarticular hip endoscopy in patients with periarticular problems. A series of chapters address the potential approaches in the various conditions that may be encountered in athletes, including femoroacetabular impingement, athletic pubalgia, chondral and labral injuries, and hip instability by world renowned experts in the field. Considerations in particular age groups, especially adolescents, are highlighted. Rehabilitation is discussed in detail, and a concluding chapter examines emerging perspectives on the management of hip injuries. The book is published in collaboration with ISAKOS and combines the international expertise of ISAKOS members renowned for their management of injuries to the hip and groin. Hip and Groin Pain in the Athlete will be a must-read for team physicians and all clinicians who treat athletes.
For the practicing sports medicine physician at the front line of sports cardiology, this comprehensive and authoritative resource provides a centralized source of information which addresses this important topic in an accessible manner. This book recognises the broad role sports physicians play, from liaison between athlete, family, specialist, and coaching staff based on the identification of pathological heart disease, to being first to respond when an athlete collapses. The chapters include basic science of disease and disorders, pathophysiology, diagnosis, the effect or role of exercise, and clinical management guidance.
Now expanded to two volumes, and featuring a wealth of new chapters from highly respected scholars in the field, this all-new edition of the Handbook of Sports Psychology draws on an international roster of experts and scholars in the field who have assembled state-of-the-art knowledge into this thorough, well-rounded, and accessible volume. Endorsed by the International Society of Sport Psychology, it represents an invaluable source of theoretical and practical information on our understanding of the role of psychology in sport, exercise, and performance―and how that understanding can be applied in order to improve real-world outcomes.
For more than twenty years, Bret “the Glute Guy” Contreras has been on a quest to improve human performance, focusing his research on the gluteus maximus, the largest muscle in the human body. What started as an effort to improve his own weak, flat backside quickly evolved when he discovered the wide range of functional movements to which the glutes contribute. Properly trained glutes not only help you lift heavier, jump higher, sprint faster, and swing harder but also help prevent knee, hip, and lower back pain and injuries. Bret went on to earn a doctorate in sports science and is now known as one of the world’s foremost experts on strength and physique training.
Sports Injuries of the Foot and Ankle: A Focus on Advanced Surgical Techniques 1st Edition (2019) (PDF) by Gian Luigi Canata
This book explores in a comprehensive manner the best current treatment options for sports injuries of the foot and ankle. Particular attention is devoted to advanced surgical techniques, with practical and clear explanation of every step of the described procedures. The coverage encompasses management of the full range of ligament, bone and joint, and tendon injuries, and a concluding section addresses special considerations such as outcome assessment and advances in rehabilitation techniques.
Fitness Nutrition: The Ultimate Fitness Guide: Health, Fitness, Nutrition and Muscle Building – Lose Weight and Build Lean Muscle (2014) (PDF) by Nicholas Bjorn
Everyone knows how important it is to maintain a healthy physique. Often, achieving the ideal body requires you to lose weight and build lean muscle. But how do you do that? To become physically fit, you need to have the knowledge necessary to get you on your way and the motivation required to keep you going.
Fitness: The Home Workout Solution – The Most Effective Permanent Solution to Long Term Fitness With No Equipment (2020) (PDF) by Kimberlee DeKrey
Have you ever had goals to become physically healthy and fit yet avoided simply starting your workout? Have you ever started following a fitness program yet found yourself falling off after only a week or two? You’re about to discover a new strategy on attacking your health and fitness and how to maintain keeping your body healthy for the rest of your life. Every year, the majority of us make many goals to become fit, and sadly, most of us never reach that goal. Most people trying to follow a new fitness program go from 0-100, from not working out for months to following an intense fitness program that they are unable to maintain due to reasons such as it is too hard and there is not enough time.
Testing for Athlete Citizenship: Regulating Doping and Sex in Sport (Critical Issues in Sport and Society) (2015) (PDF) by Kathryn E. Henne
Incidents of doping in sports are common in news headlines, despite regulatory efforts. How did doping become a crisis? What does a doping violation actually entail? Who gets punished for breaking the rules of fair play? In Testing for Athlete Citizenship, Kathryn E. Henne, a former competitive athlete and an expert in the law and science of anti-doping regulation, examines the development of rules aimed at controlling performance enhancement in international sports.
Basic Information: Year: 2020 Page Number: 624 pages File Type: PDF File Size: 30.09 MB Authors/ Editiors: David A. Porter MD PhD Description: For specialists and non-specialists alike, returning an athlete to pre-injury performance safely and quickly is uniquely challenging. To help you address these complex issues in everyday practice, Baxter’s The Foot and Ankle in Sport, 3rd Edition, provides focused, authoritative information on the examination, diagnosis, treatment, and rehabilitation of sports-related foot and ankle injuries – ideal for returning both...
Basic Information: Year: 2020 Page Number: 144 pages File Type: PDF File Size: 17.84 MB Authors/ Editiors: Francis Feld Description: Non-Orthopedic Emergency Care in Athletics is a textbook that will help instruct athletic training students, certified athletic trainers, and other health care providers about the emergency medical situations they can potentially face throughout their careers. Francis Feld, Keith M. Gorse, and Robert O. Blanc, along with their contributors, have covered the most crucial types of serious medical emergencies that may be encountered...
Basic Information: Year: 2020 Page Number: 464 pages File Type: PDF File Size: 92.91 MB Authors/ Editiors: William Prentice Description: Essentials of Athletic Injury Management provides the information you need to manage the care of athletic injuries―from prevention, identification and assessment of injuries to interaction with players, parents and physicians. Designed for those beginning careers in coaching, physical education and the fitness profession, this text prepares students to manage injury and emergency situations when an athletic trainer or physician is not...
Basic Information: Year: 2018 Page Number: 261 File Type: PDF File Size: 16.47691727 MB Authors/ Editiors: Giuseppe Milano Description: In this book, leading European shoulder experts review the current status in the management of failures of surgical treatment of different pathological conditions around the shoulder, such as instability of the glenohumeral joint and the acromioclavicular joint, rotator cuff disease and pathology of the long head of the biceps tendon, and glenohumeral osteoarthritis. The aim is to equip readers with clear guidance...