Instructions for Sports Medicine Patients

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Instructions for Sports Medicine Patients provides step-by-step guidance for your patients to save time and eliminate the risk of miscommunication. Marc Safran and James E. Zachazewski present the combined perspectives of both an orthopaedic sports medicine physician and a physical therapist for a balanced approach to therapeutic practices. The updated second edition covers additional topics so that you stay current and have the best treatment options at your fingertips. You’ll have over 300 rehabilitation exercises with detailed drawings and descriptions, all downloadable from www.expertconsult.com. Ensure that your patients comply with therapeutic instructions and recover more quickly from chronic ankle instability, tennis elbow, and more.

• Access the fully searchable contents on CD, along with all topics printable as PDFs for fast and easy access to the instructions you need.
• Provide over 300 rehabilitation exercises with detailed drawings and descriptions that are easy for the patient to follow at home.
• Customize patient handouts with special instructions through an adaptable notes area.
• Benefit from the perspectives of an orthopedic sports medicine physician and a physical therapist for balanced guidelines for the patient to follow.

• Stay at the forefront of therapy and practice with coverage of additional new topics-flexor hallucis longus tendonitis, hip labral tear, femoroacetabular impingement, ligamentum teres tear, hip instability, stiff (frozen) shoulder, hip arthroscopy SLAP lesion, Bennett lesion, thrower’s shoulder, exercise with a joint replacement (arthroplasty), trochanteric bursitis, and viscosupplementation.
• Save time in finding the right treatment using an expanded table of contents that references both the common and scientific names of each condition.
• Help your patients understand instructions thanks to material at a 6th grade reading level for easy comprehension.

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Reviewer: Mark R Hutchinson, MD (University of Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine)
Description: This 1,300 page compendium is a well-organized, efficient, and well-done collection of instructions for patients based on their specific sports medicine diagnosis. Arranged alphabetically, it serves as an encyclopedia of patient education and instructions on over 400 specific diagnoses.
Purpose: It is clear that the authors believe that the best treatment of patients includes making sure they have a thorough understanding of the problem. With this in mind, they have created a wonderful series of handouts on the myriad of diagnoses commonly seen in a sports medicine practice. You need only look up the diagnosis, then copy the pages for your patient.
Audience: While the ultimate audience is sports medicine patients, the targeted audience is sports medicine professionals who wish to have easy access to an up-to-date collection of instructions for patients. The authors bring many years of clinical and educational experience to this great collection. I have seen Dr. Safran and Dr. Stone speak and they are wonderful educators.
Features: Each of the 400 diagnoses includes a brief discussion of signs and symptoms, causes, risk factors, prevention interventions, medications, etc., followed by a specific outline of diagnosis-targeted rehabilitation with pictures demonstrating the techniques. The wonderful bonus is that the book comes with a CD which allows you to print each handout easily from your computer workstation. My only disappointment is that it did not offer the option to place the entire offering on my website for even easier access for my patients. Perhaps they are saving that option for the future.
Assessment: There are a number of books targeting rehabilitation but surprisingly few are available to assist physicians in educating their patients. Some organizations provide handouts for sale that accomplish this task but none are as comprehensive as this offering. I love this book. I immediately gave it to the staff in my sports medicine center and have already instituted it into my daily practice. It is a great way to keep your patients informed and educated.

3 Stars from Doody
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780721677040
  • Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
  • Publication date: 8/18/2003
  • Edition description: Older Edition
  • Pages: 768
  • Product dimensions: 8.20 (w) x 10.50 (h) x 1.30 (d)

Table of Contents

1. Achilles Tendinitis
2. Achilles Tendon Rupture
3. AC (Acromioclavicular) Separation
4. AC Separation, Surgery For
5. Adductor Muscle Strain
6. Altitude Sickness
7. Amino Acid supplementation
8. Anabolic steroids
9. Androstenedion
10. Ankle Fracture
11. Ankle Sprain, Acute
12. Ankle Instability, Chronic
13. Ankle Instability, Chronic, Surgery For
14. Anterior Ankle Impingement
15. Anterior Cruciate Ligament Tear
16. Anterior Cruciate Ligament Tear, Surgery for
17. Anterior Interosseous nerve syndrome
18. Anterior Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome
19. Apophysitis (Traction, Iliac)
20. arrythmogenic right ventricular dysplasia
21. Arthroscopy
22. ATHLETE's Foot
23. ATHLETIC AMENORRHEA
24. Avulsion Fractures asis
25. Avulsion Fractures aIis
26. Avulsion Fractures ishial tuberosityi.
27. Axillary Nerve Injury –
28. Barotitis media
29. Bennett’s fracture-dislocation
30. Biceps Tendon Tendinitis (PROXIMAL) & Tenosynovitis
31. Biceps Tendon Tendinitis (distal)
32. Biceps Tendon Disruption (proximal)
33. Biceps Tendon Disruption (Distal)
34. Biceps Tendon Disruption (Distal), Surgery For
35. Biceps Tendon Subluxation –
36. Birth control and sports
37. Blocker’s Exostosis (ARM EXOSTOSIS)
38. Blood doping
39. Blood doping/erythropoietin
40. Boxer's Fracture
41. Boxer’s Knuckle
42. Brachialis / anterior capsular Elbow strain
43. Bunion
44. Burner's / Stingers
45. Bursitis
46. Caffeine
47. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
48. Cast Care
49. cerumen impaction
50. Cervical Strain & Sprain
51. Chondral injury
52. Chromium picolinate
53. Clavicle Fracture (DISTAL END)
54. Clavicle Fracture (SHAFT)
55. Clavicular Osteolysis (WEIGHT LIFTERS' SHOULDER)
56. Clenbuterol
57. Cocaine
58. common peroneal nerve entrapment
59. Compartment Syndrome
60. Concussion
61. Congenital Cervical Stenosis
62. CONTUSIONS
63. Corns & Calluses –
64. creatine
65. Cubital Tunnel Syndrome
66. Dehydration
67. Deltoid Disruption
68. DeQuervain's tenosynovitis
69. Diabetes and exercise
70. Discoid Meniscus
71. Dislocation or Subluxation
72. drug abuse/addiction
73. eating disorders (anorexia and bulimia)
74. Effort Thrombosis
75. Elbow Dislocation
76. Elbow Fracture(DISTAL HUMERUS, OLECRANON)
77. Elbow Fracture(RADIAL HEAD)
78. Elbow Fracture(EPICONDYLE)
79. ephedrine (ma-huang)
80. Epicondylitis, Medial
81. Epicondylitis, Lateral
82. Epidural Hemorrhage
83. Excessive Lateral Patellar Compression Syndrome
84. exercise during pregnancy
85. exercise induced asthma
86. exercise induced bronchospasm
87. exercise induced uritcaria
88. Exertional / Chronic Compartment Syndrome
89. Extensor Carpi Ulnaris Instability
90. Extensor Carpi Ulnaris Tendinitis
91. Extensor Pollicis Longus Tendinitis
92. eye contusion
93. eye foreign body
94. Finger Dislocations
95. FACET SYNDROME
96. femur Fracture
97. fibular Fracture
98. Finger Fractures
99. Finger Sprains
100. Flexor Carpi Ulnaris & Flexor Carpi Radialis Tendinitis
101. folliculitis
102. footstrike hemolysis
103. Forearm Fracture
104. Fractures
105. frostbite
106. Physeal injuries
107. ULNAR COLLATERAL LIGAMENT INJURY TO THE THUMB
108. gamma hydroxybutyrate
109. ginseng
110. glucosamine
111. Gluteus Medius Syndrome
112. Gracilis Syndrome
113. growth hormone
114. Guyon's Tunnel Syndrome
115. Hallux Rigidis
116. Hamate (Hook) Fractures
117. HAMSTRING STRAIN
118. Hamstring Syndrome
119. HAND HEMATOMA
120. Head Injury
121. heat illness
122. heel compression syndrome
123. Herniated Disc
124. herpes simplex
125. Hip Dislocation
126. Hip Fracture
127. Hip Pointer (Iliac Crest Contusion)
128. hiv/aids
129. Hoffa's Disease
130. Humerus Fracture
131. hypertension
132. hypertrophic cardiomyopathy
133. hypothermia
134. Iliotibial Band Syndrome
135. IMAGING STUDIES
136. Impingement Syndrome
137. Impingement Syndrome, Surgery for
138. SECONDARY Impingement Syndrome
139. infectious mononucleosis
140. Ingrown Toenails
141. Intersection Syndrome
142. intermetacarpal Sprain
143. Jersey Finger (FLEXOR DIGITORUM PROFUNDUS RUPTURE)
144. Kienbock’s Disease
145. Knee Dislocation
146. combined Knee Ligament SPrains
147. Lateral Collateral Knee Ligament Sprain
148. Lateral Plantar Nerve ENtrapment
149. Lisfranc's Fracture-dislocations & Midfoot Sprain
150. Little leaguer's Elbow
151. Low Back sPrain
152. Low Back strain
153. Mallet Finger
154. Medial Collateral Knee Ligament Sprain
155. Medial Plantar Nerve Entrapment
156. Medial Tibial Stress Syndrome (SHIN SPLINTS)
157. Mensical Cysts
158. Meniscus Tears
159. Meniscus Tears, Surgery for
160. Metacarpal Fracture (see also Boxer’s Fracture or Bennett’s Fracture)
161. Metatarsal Fracture (INCLUDING JONES AND DANCER’S FRACTURES)
162. methylphenidate
163. Mid-Back strain
164. middle ear infection
165. mitral valve prolapse
166. Morton's Neuroma
167. myocardial infarction in athletes
168. Myositis Ossificans
169. non-steroidal anti-inflammatory
170. Olecranon Bursitis
171. oral corticosteroids
172. Os Acromionale
173. Osgood-Schlatter Disease
174. Osteitis Pubis
175. Osteochondral Fracture
176. Osteochondritis Dissecans (Knee, Ankle, Elbow)
177. overtraining
178. Outpatient Surgery
179. Patellar Dislocation & Subluxation
180. Patellar Dislocation & Subluxation, surgery for
181. patellar Fracture
182. Patellar Tendinitis
183. Patellar Tendon Tear / Disruption
184. Pectoralis Major Rupture
185. Peroneal Tendinitis
186. Peroneal Tendon Subluxation & Dislocation
187. Peroneal Tendon Subluxation & Dislocation, Surgery for
188. Peroneal Tendons Rupture
189. Pes Anserinus syndrome
190. Piriformis Syndrome
191. Plantar Fascitis (HEEL SPUR SYNDROME)
192. Plica syndrome
193. Popliteus Tendinitis
194. Posterior Cruciate Ligament Tear
195. Posterior ANKLE impingement & Posterior Process Fractures
196. Posterior Tibial Tendon Tendinitis
197. Posterior Tibial Tendon Rupture
198. Posterolateral Rotatory Instability of the Elbow
199. pre-exercise meal
200. Prepatellar Bursitis
201. Pronator Syndrome
202. protein suppliment powders
203. Proximal TibioFibular Joint Dislocation
204. pyruvate
205. Quadrilateral space syndrome
206. Quadriceps Contusion
207. quadriceps strain
208. Quadriceps Tendon Tear / Disruption
209. Radial Tunnel Syndrome
210. Radius Fracture
211. rashes
212. Rotator Cuff Tear
213. Rotator Cuff Tear, Surgery for
214. runner’s trots
215. Saphenous nerve entrapment
216. Scaphoid Fractures
217. Scapular Winging
218. Sciatica
219. sesamoid injury
220. Semimembranosus Tendinitis
221. sexually transmitted diseases
222. Shoulder fractures
223. Shoulder - Instability - Anterior
224. Shoulder - Instability - Anterior, Surgery for
225. Shoulder - Instability - Posterior
226. Shoulder - Instability - Posterior, Surgery for
227. Shoulder - Instability - MultiDirectional
228. Shoulder - Instability - MultiDirectional, Surgery for
229. Sickle-cell disease
230. Sinding-Larsen-Johansson Syndrome
231. SLAP Lesions -
232. SNAPPING HIP
233. Snapping Scapula
234. sodium bicarbonate
235. Spear Tackler's Spine
236. Spondylolisthesis
237. Spondylolysis
238. sports anemia
239. sports drinks
240. SPRAINS
241. Sternoclavicular Separation
242. STRAINS
243. Stress Fractures
244. FEMORAL SHAFT STRESS FRACTURE
245. Tibial Stress Fracture
246. Metatarsal Stress Fracture
247. Femoral Neck (Hip) Stress Fracture
248. Subdural Hematoma
249. SUBSCAPULARIS DISRUPTION
250. Subtalar Instability
251. SUBTALAR DISLOCATION
252. Subungual Hematoma
253. Superficial Peroneal Nerve Entrapment
254. Suprascapular Nerve Entrapment
255. Tarsal Coalition (PERONEAL SPASTIC FLATFOOT)
256. Tarsal Fractures
257. Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome
258. Tendinitis & tenosynovitis
259. Medial Head Gastrocnemius Tear
260. Thoracic Outlet Syndrome
261. Tibial plateau Fracture
262. Tibial shaft Fracture
263. Tibial Collateral Ligament Bursitis
264. Tibial Eminence Fracture
265. Tibial Tubercle Avulsion
266. TOE Fractures
267. Trapezius Palsy (SPINAL ACCESSORY NERVE PALSY)
268. Triangular Fibrocartilage Tears
269. Triceps TendInITIS
270. Triceps Tendon Rupture
271. Turf Toe
272. tympanic membrane perforation
273. ulna fracture –
274. Ulnar Collateral Ligament injury of the Elbow
275. ULNAR NERVE CONTUSION
276. Ulnocarpal Impaction Syndrome
277. Valgus Extension Overload Syndrome (veos)
278. viral hepatitis
279. Wrist Epiphysitis
280. wrist DISLOCATION, lunate
281. Wrist Fractures (Radius & Ulna)
282. wrist sprain

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