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Overview

This timely guide covers the evaluation and treatment of injuries and disorders resulting from athletic activities, both competitive and recreational. In addition to musculoskeletal injuries, the book discusses other sports-related problems, many stemming from concomitant diseases in patients.

The book contains black-and-white illustrations.

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Reviewer: James L. Moeller, MD (University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine)
Description: This sports medicine text is the second edition of a book originally published as Office Management of Sports Injuries and Athletic Problems. The book discusses care of the athlete from preparticipation physical to diagnosis and treatment of illness and injuries through rehabilitation and return to play. The chapters from the first edition have been completely rewritten to update the information given, and new chapters have been added.
Purpose: The purpose is to provide a readable, informative text for the physician caring for athletic patients. It stresses a "generalist approach" to the care of athletes.
Audience: Targeted for office-based physicians caring for competitive or recreational athletes, this reference provides primary care physicians and residents with a practical, easily indexed reference in diagnosis and treatment of common medical and orthopedic problems that their active patients may encounter.
Features: The overall design is clear and the size of this 395-page hardcover text makes this reference appropriate for an office or personal library.
Assessment: This second edition sports medicine text provides a very good reference for office-based primary care physicians and residents who provide general care for active patients. The design is easy to follow and addresses many of the common medical as well as orthopedic issues a primary care physician may encounter in athletic patients. Chapters on nutrition, fluid replacement, taping and bracing, drugs and doping, and bicycle injuries help to round out the focus of this book. The photos and diagrams assist in the understanding of the written text, although color photos of skin problems would have been more helpful than black-and-white photos. The update from the original volume was appropriate, and this resource contributes to the need for primary care based sports medicine references. This book is appropriate for individual, healthcare facility, or resident education library purchase.
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Reviewer: James L. Moeller, MD (University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine)
Description: This sports medicine text is the second edition of a book originally published as Office Management of Sports Injuries and Athletic Problems. The book discusses care of the athlete from preparticipation physical to diagnosis and treatment of illness and injuries through rehabilitation and return to play. The chapters from the first edition have been completely rewritten to update the information given, and new chapters have been added.
Purpose: The purpose is to provide a readable, informative text for the physician caring for athletic patients. It stresses a "generalist approach" to the care of athletes.
Audience: Targeted for office-based physicians caring for competitive or recreational athletes, this reference provides primary care physicians and residents with a practical, easily indexed reference in diagnosis and treatment of common medical and orthopedic problems that their active patients may encounter.
Features: The overall design is clear and the size of this 395-page hardcover text makes this reference appropriate for an office or personal library.
Assessment: This second edition sports medicine text provides a very good reference for office-based primary care physicians and residents who provide general care for active patients. The design is easy to follow and addresses many of the common medical as well as orthopedic issues a primary care physician may encounter in athletic patients. Chapters on nutrition, fluid replacement, taping and bracing, drugs and doping, and bicycle injuries help to round out the focus of this book. The photos and diagrams assist in the understanding of the written text, although color photos of skin problems would have been more helpful than black-and-white photos. The update from the original volume was appropriate, and this resource contributes to the need for primary care based sports medicine references. This book is appropriate for individual, healthcare facility, or resident education library purchase.
James L. Moeller
This sports medicine text is the second edition of a book originally published as Office Management of Sports Injuries and Athletic Problems. The book discusses care of the athlete from preparticipation physical to diagnosis and treatment of illness and injuries through rehabilitation and return to play. The chapters from the first edition have been completely rewritten to update the information given, and new chapters have been added. The purpose is to provide a readable, informative text for the physician caring for athletic patients. It stresses a generalist approach to the care of athletes. Targeted for office-based physicians caring for competitive or recreational athletes, this reference provides primary care physicians and residents with a practical, easily indexed reference in diagnosis and treatment of common medical and orthopedic problems that their active patients may encounter. The overall design is clear and the size of this 395-page hardcover text makes this reference appropriate for an office or personal library. This second edition sports medicine text provides a very good reference for office-based primary care physicians and residents who provide general care for active patients. The design is easy to follow and addresses many of the common medical as well as orthopedic issues a primary care physician may encounter in athletic patients. Chapters on nutrition, fluid replacement, taping and bracing, drugs and doping, and bicycle injuries help to round out the focus of this book. The photos and diagrams assist in the understanding of the written text, although color photos of skin problems would have been more helpful than black-and-whitephotos. The update from the original volume was appropriate, and this resource contributes to the need for primary care based sports medicine references. This book is appropriate for individual, healthcare facility, or resident education library purchase.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781560531203
  • Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
  • Publication date: 1/28/1996
  • Edition description: 2nd ed
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 395
  • Product dimensions: 7.32 (w) x 10.29 (h) x 1.08 (d)

Table of Contents

The Preparticipation Evaluation of Young Athletes 1
Exercise Prescription and Cardiovascular Fitness Screening 12
Sports Nutrition 22
Drugs and Doping in Athletes 35
Thermoregulation, Heat Illness, and Safe Exercise in the Heat 45
Fluids and Electrolytes for Exercise in the Heat 58
Special Issues in Youth Sports 65
The Athletic Woman 81
Sports Psychiatry and Psychology 102
Eating Disorders in Athletes 113
The Athletic Heart Syndrome 120
The Hypertensive Athlete 127
Guidelines for Physically Active Diabetics 133
"Exercise-Induced" Asthma and Related Problems 139
Medical Syndromes Unique to Athletes 150
Common Skin Problems in Athletes 175
Principles of Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation 189
Injuries to the Shoulder and Elbow: Office Evaluation and Treatment 212
Hand, Wrist, Elbow, and Forearm Injuries 226
The Spine in Sports 236
Office Management of Knee Injuries 249
Tracking Problems of the Patella 269
Evaluation and Treatment of the Injured Ankle 283
Overuse Syndromes in Runners 298
Foot Problems in Athletes 318
Taping and Bracing 337
Bicycling Injuries: Prevention, Diagnosis, and Treatment 355
Index 375
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