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Winter Sports Medicine Handbook

Author : James L. Moeller
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The perfect on-site reference for the entire spectrum of winter sports! Emphasizing treatment and prevention, this quick reference for clinicians involved in all aspects of winter sports medicine including the history, biomechanics and physiology of each sport. Features a comprehensive table in the beginning of the book, which includes all the pertinent information needed to quickly evaluate a patient.

Sports Medicine Handbook

Author : Alfred F. Morris
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Describes the principles of training for strength, endurance, and flexibility, identifies common sports injuries involving the bones, muscles, or tendons, and discusses nutrition, precautionary measures, and treatments

Handbook of Sports Medicine and Science Cross Country Skiing

Author : Heikki Rusko
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The Handbooks of Sports Medicine and Science present basic clinical and scientific information in a clear style and format as related to specific sports events drawn from the Olympic Summer and Winter Games. Each handbook is written by a small team of authorities co-ordinated by an editor who is internationally respected and recognised in the particular sport activity. Each volume presents up-to-date information on the basic biology of the sport, conditioning techniques, nutrition, and the medical aspects of injury prevention, treatment, and rehabilitation. This Handbook will constitute the most complete and authoritative source of information in existence as regards the scientific and clinical aspects of cross country skiing: physiology, nutrition, biomechanics, injury prevention, treatment and care of medical problems, and conditioning for competition.

Handbook of Sports Medicine and Science

Author : Yves C. Vanlandewijck
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This brand new Handbook addresses Paralympic sports and athletes, providing practical information on the medical issues, biological factors in the performance of the sports and physical conditioning. The book begins with a comprehensive introduction of the Paralympic athlete, followed by discipline-specific reviews from leading authorities in disability sport science, each covering the biomechanics, physiology, medicine, philosophy, sociology and psychology of the discipline. The Paralympic Athlete also addresses recent assessment and training tools to enhance the performance of athletes, particularly useful for trainers and coaches, and examples of best practice on athletes' scientific counseling are also presented. This new title sits in a series of specialist reference volumes, ideal for the use of professionals working directly with competitive athletes.

Handbook of Sports Medicine and Science Swimming

Author : Joel M. Stager
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The long awaited new edition of Swimming updates the highly successful first edition edited by Costill, Maglishco and Richardson which was published in the early 1990s. The Second Edition contains less material on how to swim and more on the physics of swimming. It contains information on the latest methods of analyzing swim performances. It presents current sports science knowledge specifically relevant to coaching swimmers at club, county or national level. Covering characteristics of swimming including important concepts in propulsion, functional anatomy, physiology, biochemistry, biomechanics and psychology. The Handbooks of Sports Medicine and Science present basic clinical and scientific information in a clear style and format as related to specific sports events drawn from the Olympic Summer and Winter Games. Each Handbook is written by a small team of authorities co-ordinated by an editor who has international respect and visibility in the particular sport activity. Their charge is to present material for medical doctors who work with athletes, team coaches who have academic preparation in basic science, physical therapists and other allied health personnel, and knowledgeable athletes. Each volume represents up-to-date information on the basic biology of the sport, conditioning techniques, nutrition, and the medical aspects of injury prevention, treatment, and rehabilitation.

NCAA Sports Medicine Handbook

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Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation

Author : Ralph M. Buschbacher
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Geared to physiatrists and sports medicine physicians, this book is a practical guide to the rehabilitation of sport injuries. It focuses on specific sports and describes a variety of popular sports in sufficient depth so that physicians can confidently diagnose and treat patients injured during each sport. The authors focus on conservative management of injuries, so that physicians can maximize nonsurgical options before resorting to surgery. The book explains the mechanism of each injury and offers strategies for evaluating patients and preparing them to return to play. Numerous illustrations complement the text.

Handbook of Sports Medicine

Author : Karen S. Rucker
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A comprehensive clinical reference that addresses medical problems and injuries in a systematic manner, including initial assessment, evaluation, treatment, and rehabilitation.

Handbook of Neurological Sports Medicine

Author : Petraglia, Anthony
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Provides techniques for diagnosis and treatment of concussion and other injuries to the head, spine, and peripheral nervous system. This evidence-based reference bridges the gap between principles and practice to better manage these serious injuries.

The High Altitude Medicine Handbook

Author : Andrew J. Pollard
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The High Altitude Medicine Handbook covers all the aspects of medicine in high and/or mountainous regions of the world, and is established as a key text in this field. This new edition is not only fully revised and updated throughout; it also includes new sections on medico-legal considerations for treks and expeditions, and a revised section on children at altitude, as well as additional fact sheets and appendices. Family doctors, nurses, travel health centre staff, expedition planners, medical personnel, climbers and trekkers will all find this book an essential read.

Netter s Sports Medicine E Book

Author : Christopher Madden
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Edited by past presidents of the American Medical Society for Sports Medicine, Netter’s Sports Medicine, 2nd Edition, is a superbly illustrated, go-to sports medicine resource for the outpatient office, the training room, on the sideline, and for certification preparation. Designed for quick reference, this interdisciplinary reference by Drs. Christopher Madden, Margot Putukian, Eric McCarty, and Craig Young, is organized by both topic and sport, so you can find what you need quickly. Whether you are a primary care physician managing a common or unique musculoskeletal injury in an ambulatory setting ... an orthopaedic surgeon gaining insight about a medical or psychological problem foreign to the cast or operating room ... an athletic trainer figuring out a diagnosis in the training room ... or a physical therapist pursuing further in-depth sports medicine knowledge, this reference gives you the guidance you need to keep athletes and other active patients at the top of their game. More than 1,000 superb Netter graphics, tables, figures, pictures, diagnostic images, and other medical artwork highlight the easy-to-read, bulleted text. Ideal for the sports clinician, team physician, and any health care professionals who provide care to athletes and active individuals. New chapters on travel considerations for the athlete, EKG interpretation, cardiac disease, diagnostic imaging and ultrasound, injury prevention protocols, equestrian sports and rodeo medicine, mixed martial arts, and many more. Up-to-date coverage of nutritional supplements, eating disorders, sports and pharmacology for chronic conditions and behavioral medicine, and extreme and adventure sports.

Lawyers Desk Reference

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Get Fit Stay Fit

Author : William E. Prentice
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This brief, user-friendly text is designed for students with little or no background in developing a personal fitness program. Topics covered in Get Fit, Stay Fit include principles of cardiorespiratory fitness, muscular strength and endurance, flexibility, limiting body fat, and nutrition. Key points have been emphasized to explain why certain aspects of physical fitness should be important to individuals, and how to become an informed consumer of physical fitness equipment and services.

Winter Sports Medicine

Author : Murray Joseph Casey
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Includes medical problems common to winter sports injuries common to winter sports skating skiing sliding climbing.

LC Science Tracer Bullet

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The Team Physician s Handbook

Author : Morris B. Mellion
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The book's outline format is ideal for quick scanning and retrieval of needed information. Subjects which lend themselves to visuals, such as taping and bracing, are heavily illustrated and radiographs are supplied in several chapters. Fourteen new chapters in this edition cover setting up a high school sports medicine program, medical coverage for Special Olympics Games, high altitude training and competition, overtraining, exercise addiction, infection in athletes. anemia in athletes, renal and genitourinary problems, gastrointestinal problems, stress fractures, ice hockey, martial arts, and administration and medical management of mass participation endurance events.

New Serial Titles

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A union list of serials commencing publication after Dec. 31, 1949.

Annual Reports of the National Collegiate Athletic Association

Author : National Collegiate Athletic Association
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NCAA Annual Reports

Author : National Collegiate Athletic Association
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Team Physician s Handbook

Author : Morris B. Mellion
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The third edition of Team Physician's Handbook covers a wide range of subjects, problems and considerations pertinent to the well-being of the athlete. The book is done in the outline format, which is ideal for quick scanning and retrieval of needed information. Outline format allows quick and easy access to information Liberal use of bold type highlights topic headings and critical points Authors comprise the most highly regarded authorities in sports medicine in the U.S.