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Reviewer: Jeffrey B. Noftz II, PT (Medical College of Ohio School of Allied Health)
Description: This is a much needed new book discussing concepts, research, and guidelines for functional exercise progressions that are designed to ultimately return athletes to specific sporting events.
Purpose: The purpose is to provide scientific, research-based rationales for functional exercise training and progression. It assists in bridging the gap between clinical goal completion and return to sport participation. This book provides models for exercise progressions for injured athletes in the context of their individual sport. There are few books that provide information on functional exercise and progression. This book is a timely and significant contribution to this area of rehabilitation.
Audience: Although targeted especially for orthopedic physical therapists and athletic trainers, this book would be equally useful to team physicians, strength and conditioning coaches, or any person required to develop or oversee reconditioning of the injured athlete. The authors are well qualified to provide information to health professionals at every level.
Features: This book incorporates black-and-white photographs to illustrate exercise techniques and support their application. Tables and figures are used to illustrate technical concepts as well. The references are current and more than adequate in number to support the messages presented. The glossary is particularly useful as a quick reference to unfamiliar terms.
Assessment: This book is a valuable tool for anyone required to assist in the rehabilitation of the injured athlete. It combines research-based rationales to support functional training progressions. Because it offers sports-specific exercise progressions, the information is immediately applicable. Because the concepts can be generalized across a variety of sports, the information can be built upon by the reader. The book helps to fill the need for more functionally oriented exercise texts in the rehabilitation setting.
Jeffrey B. Noftz II
This is a much needed new book discussing concepts, research, and guidelines for functional exercise progressions that are designed to ultimately return athletes to specific sporting events. The purpose is to provide scientific, research-based rationales for functional exercise training and progression. It assists in bridging the gap between clinical goal completion and return to sport participation. This book provides models for exercise progressions for injured athletes in the context of their individual sport. There are few books that provide information on functional exercise and progression. This book is a timely and significant contribution to this area of rehabilitation. Although targeted especially for orthopedic physical therapists and athletic trainers, this book would be equally useful to team physicians, strength and conditioning coaches, or any person required to develop or oversee reconditioning of the injured athlete. The authors are well qualified to provide information to health professionals at every level. This book incorporates black-and-white photographs to illustrate exercise techniques and support their application. Tables and figures are used to illustrate technical concepts as well. The references are current and more than adequate in number to support the messages presented. The glossary is particularly useful as a quick reference to unfamiliar terms. This book is a valuable tool for anyone required to assist in the rehabilitation of the injured athlete. It combines research-based rationales to support functional training progressions. Because it offers sports-specific exercise progressions, the information is immediately applicable. Because the concepts can begeneralized across a variety of sports, the information can be built upon by the reader. The book helps to fill the need for more functionally oriented exercise texts in the rehabilitation setting.
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Presents scientific principles and practical applications for using functional exercise to rehabilitate athletic injuries. Covers the basic components of a functional progression program, and discusses neurophysiology of functional exercise, functional testing, and physical and psychological benefits of functional progression programs. Outlines developing sport-specific rehabilitation programs for collision and contact sports, combat sports, jump training, running activities, and throwing activities. Includes b&w photos. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780873226608
  • Publisher: Human Kinetics Publishers
  • Publication date: 1/28/1995
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 119
  • Product dimensions: 8.49 (w) x 11.01 (h) x 0.36 (d)

Table of Contents

Preface
Pt. I Using Functional Progressions for Rehabilitation 1
Ch. 1 Components of Functional Progression 3
Ch. 2 Neurophysiology of Functional Exercise 19
Ch. 3 Functional Testing 29
Pt. II Functional Progression for Specific Sports 45
Ch. 4 Collision and Contact Sports 47
Ch. 5 Combat Sports 63
Ch. 6 Jump Training 73
Ch. 7 Running Activities 83
Ch. 8 Throwing Activities 91
Glossary 101
References 105
Index 111
About the Authors 119
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