An indispensable guide for sports medicine students and practitioners working in the field!
A Guide to Sports and Injury Management is a comprehensive practical guide to sports medicine care - book plus interactive DVD. Approached from the dual perspectives of a sports medicine doctor and a sports physiotherapist, this exciting new product covers the full spectrum of sports medicine from diagnosis of injuries to injury prevention, techniques for stretching and cooling, protocols, rehabilitation and details on illness, drugs and diet. Colour photographs and drawings support the text, and case histories clearly illustrate the process of making a decision and treating an injury.
The DVD features a unique interactive diagnostic aid for common injuries, 60 narrated videoclips of examinations and exercise demonstrations and multiple-choice questions for self testing.
- Authored by a sports doctor and sports physiotherapist
- Full colour, with extensive photographs
- Interactive electronic aid for diagnosis of over 200 common injuries utilizing detailed colour anatomical drawings
- Examinations and exercise demonstrations illustrated by 60 short videoclips
- Case histories allow easy application of theory to practice
- MCQs for self testing.
Written by a sports medicine Doctor and a sports physiotherapist to provide a unique sports specific perspective
Covers full spectrum of sports medicine care including nutrition, drugs, injuries, diagnosis, protocols, exercise and prevention
llustrated with full colour drawings and photographs
Accompanied by a DVD containing an interactive common injuries diagnosis tool, self-assessment multiple choice questions set by the authors, narrated video library of diagnoses, exercises and techniques shown by the authors, and the capability to download illustrations
Case histories in a 'mini-tutorial' style to illustrate the process of making a diagnosis.
Table of Contents
- 1. Training and conditioning
- 2. Injury prevention
- 3. Nutrition
- 4. Drugs and sport
- 5. Musculoskeletal injury
- 6. Return to sport
- 7. Exercise and illness