Physical Rehabilitation Of The Injured Athlete / Edition 3by James R. Andrews, Gary L. Harrelson, Kevin E. Wilk
This new edition represents collaboration among orthopaedists, physical therapists, and athletic trainers. It reviews the rehabilitation needs for all types of sports injuries, stressing the treatment of the entire kinetic chain with various exercises. Chapters have been extensively revised, featuring new concepts and techniques. The 3rd edition of Physical… See more details below
This new edition represents collaboration among orthopaedists, physical therapists, and athletic trainers. It reviews the rehabilitation needs for all types of sports injuries, stressing the treatment of the entire kinetic chain with various exercises. Chapters have been extensively revised, featuring new concepts and techniques. The 3rd edition of Physical Rehabilitation of the Injured Athlete includes new chapters including Proprioception and Neuromuscular Control (Ch. 8), Cervical Spine Rehabilitation (Ch. 16), Functional Training and Advanced Rehabilitation (Ch. 10), and Plyometrics (Ch. 11), with new contributors and new features, such as summary boxes and tables.
- New and updated information for orthopaedists, athletic trainers and physical therapists comprehensively give an up-to-date and practical guide for rehabilitating athletes.
- Updated chapters with the most current rehabilitation information that effectively gets the athlete back on the field as quickly as possible.
- Fast access to appropriate information using summary tables and boxes and pearls from each chapter author.
- New information on cervical spine rehabilitation, proprioception, and female athletes.
With 31 additional contributors
- Elsevier Health Sciences
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- 1.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 11.00(d)
Table of ContentsChapter 1: Psychologic Factors of Rehabilitation
Chapter 2: Physiologic Factors of Rehabilitation
Chapter3: Biomechanical Implications in Shoulder and Knee Rehabilitation
Chapter 4: Therapeutic Modalities as an Adjunct to Rehabilitation
Chapter 5: Measurement in Rehabilitation
Chapter 6: Range of Motion and Flexibility
Chapter 7: Principles of Rehabilitation
Chapter 8: Proprioception and Neuromuscular Control
Chapter 9: Application of Isokinetics in Testing and Rehabilitation
Chapter 10: Functional Training and Advanced Rehabilitation
Chapter 11: Plyometric Training and Drills
Chapter 12: Aquatic Rehabilitation
Chapter 13: Rehabilitation Considerations for the Female Athlete
Chapter 14: Leg, Ankle, and Foot Rehabilitation
Chapter 15: Knee Rehabilitation
Chapter 16: Hamstring, Quadriceps and Groin Rehabilitation
Chapter 17: Low Back Rehabilitation
Chapter 18: Cervical Spine Rehabilitation
Chapter 19: Shoulder Rehabilitation
Chapter 20: Elbow Rehabilitation
Chapter 21: Rehabilitation of Wrist and Hand Injuries
Appendix A: Throwers’ Ten Exercise Program
Appendix B: Interval Rehabilitation Programs
Appendix C: Upper Extremity Plyometrics
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