Therapeutic Exercise for Musculoskeletal Injuries-3rd Edition
A discussion of three three primary methods of myofascial trigger point treatments.
Therapeutic Modalities for Musculoskeletal Injuries-3rd Edition
Pain is difficult to assess because it is a symptom rather than a sign.
Ergonomics in Sport and Physical Activity eBook
Although international travel is routine nowadays for recreational purposes, it is not without problems for the traveling athlete.
Therapeutic Exercise for Musculoskeletal Injuries eBook-3rd Edition
Total knee replacement or arthroplasty (TKR or TKA) is an effective treatment of knee osteoarthritis after other treatment attempts have failed to provide the patient with lasting pain relief.
Preventing Noncontact ACL Injuries eBook
While an ACL injury can be a result of direct contact with another player or an object to the lower extremity, it has been reported that approximately 70% of ACL injuries result from situations that do not involve direct contact.
Core Concepts in Athletic Training and Therapy eBook With Web Resource
Although athletic trainers will not prescribe drugs, it is still important that they understand the types of analgesics available for the treatment of pain.
Recovery for Performance in Sport eBook
While performance outcomes are often the central focus for any athlete or sport scientist, compression garments may have greater advantages to improve recovery following an exercise bout (Duffield, Cannon, and King 2010).
Sport First Aid-5th Edition
The key to prevention is balancing all the factors that influence body temperature so that the body temperature stays within a safe range.
Running Mechanics and Gait Analysis With Online Video
The training variables most often identified as risk factors for overuse running injuries include running distance, training intensity, rapid increases in weekly running distance or intensity, and stretching habits.
Handbook of Neurological Sports Medicine eBook
Cervical nerve root and brachial plexus neurapraxia are known by several colloquialisms, such as "burners" or "stingers." Stretching of the upper trunk of the brachial plexus accounts for the majority of these syndromes.
Many different theories of negligence have arisen over the years in litigation concerning injuries sustained during contact sports. These theories are limited only by the innovative thought processes of skilled attorneys.
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