Searching for one quick reference for all of your athletic training needs? Looking for quick answers to questions that can be encountered daily in the profession? Need quick access to thousands of terms related to the field? The expanded and updated second edition of Quick Reference Dictionary for Athletic Training contains all this and more! Pocket size, comprehensive, and user-friendly, this companion guide is essential for students and professionals in athletic training. Dr. Julie N. Bernier has taken over 2,100 terms and made them accessible in one book-no longer will you need to search multiple textbooks. Also included are 20 appendices on revised and new topics such as manual muscle testing and joint mobility positioning.
This quick reference dictionary is a concise, handy reference that offers easy access to terms related to the field of athletic training. Appendices provide valuable information on various athletic training topics, such as abbreviations for note-taking, medical root terminology, a review of neuroanatomy, and normal joint ranges of motion. This well-organized dictionary also contains reference tables and review charts covering different assessment, endfeels, PNF patterns, special tests, and much more. This easy-to-read manual is a necessary supplement for the athletic training student and clinician.
This pocket (4.25x6.75") reference for athletic training professionals defines some 2,100 terms related to the field of athletic training and offers 22 appendices covering various topics such as abbreviations, neuroanatomy, special physical tests, normal joint ranges of motion, codes of ethics, and prescription drugs. Bernier is chair of the Department of Health, Physical Education, and Recreation at Plymouth State College. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
Julie N. Bernier, EdD, ATC is the Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs at Plymouth State University. She previously served as Department Chair of Health and Human Performance and Director of graduate and undergraduate Athletic Training at Plymouth State University in Plymouth, NH, where she has been since 1988. Julie received her bachelor of science and master of education degrees from Keene State College in New Hampshire and her doctorate from the University of Virginia. She serves on the editorial board of the Journal of Athletic Training and has served on numerous NATA and NATA-REF committees. In her other life she is a potter and also enjoys building furniture.