The Team Physician's Handbook

The Team Physician's Handbook

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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.Hand injuries are seen because goalkeepers use hands to block shots and because kicks intended for the ball often hit ... There have been case reports of finger avulsions from contact and entanglement with the net. None of these players were wearing gloves at the time. e. ... in psychological testing, and degenerative cervical spine changes in study groups of Norwegian soccer players versus controls.

Title:The Team Physician's Handbook
Author: Morris B. Mellion, W. Michael Walsh, Guy L. Shelton
Publisher:Mosby - 1997

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