Sports Injuries of the Shoulder: Conservative Management / Edition 1

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Reviewer: Dana J Lawrence, DC, MMedEd, MA (Palmer College of Chiropractic)
Description: This book sets out to describe the anatomy and biomechanics of the shoulder as a prelude to describing clinical investigation of shoulder pathology. Emphasis is placed upon examination and evaluation, with ample amounts of material devoted to descriptions of clinical syndromes and their management.
Purpose: The purpose is to explore in detail the function of the shoulder when challenged to extremes and to attempt to synthesize current information into a practical approach in the evaluation, conservative treatment, and prevention of sports-related injuries.
Audience: The primary audience is practicing chiropractors, orthopedists, and physical therapists. The secondary audience includes students of those disciplines, physiatrists, and osteopaths. The book is directed at both chiropractic and medical audiences, and has chapters written by both chiropractors and medical practitioners as well as one by a physical therapist. It does discuss surgical potentials as well as conservative issues, making it an appealing mix for either specialty.
Features: Hundreds of black-and-white line drawings, as well as ample photographs, radiographs, and MR images serve to illustrate key points and concepts from the text. Some few line drawings suffer from lack of clarity in reproduction. References are up-to-date and sufficient in number. Four appendixes provide check sheets for evaluation and coding purposes. The text is uniform in quality among all authors.
Assessment: This high quality book is a benchmark publication in chiropractic circles on this subject, since little exists currently covering this specific area. It is comprehensive, paying attention to all aspects of shoulder management. It is easy to follow and understand and is written with a high degree of sophistication and coordination. Its organization is well thought out, moving from anatomical considerations into evaluation and then to clinical presentation and management. I do highly recommend it.
Dana J. Lawrence
This book sets out to describe the anatomy and biomechanics of the shoulder as a prelude to describing clinical investigation of shoulder pathology. Emphasis is placed upon examination and evaluation, with ample amounts of material devoted to descriptions of clinical syndromes and their management. The purpose is to explore in detail the function of the shoulder when challenged to extremes and to attempt to synthesize current information into a practical approach in the evaluation, conservative treatment, and prevention of sports-related injuries. The primary audience is practicing chiropractors, orthopedists, and physical therapists. The secondary audience includes students of those disciplines, physiatrists, and osteopaths. The book is directed at both chiropractic and medical audiences, and has chapters written by both chiropractors and medical practitioners as well as one by a physical therapist. It does discuss surgical potentials as well as conservative issues, making it an appealing mix for either specialty. Hundreds of black-and-white line drawings, as well as ample photographs, radiographs, and MR images serve to illustrate key points and concepts from the text. Some few line drawings suffer from lack of clarity in reproduction. References are up-to-date and sufficient in number. Four appendixes provide check sheets for evaluation and coding purposes. The text is uniform in quality among all authors. This high quality book is a benchmark publication in chiropractic circles on this subject, since little exists currently covering this specific area. It is comprehensive, paying attention to all aspects of shoulder management. It is easy to follow and understand and is writtenwith a high degree of sophistication and coordination. Its organization is well thought out, moving from anatomical considerations into evaluation and then to clinical presentation and management. I do highly recommend it.
Booknews
With the increased athletic demand for post-surgical function, a new appreciation for the biomechanics of the shoulder complex has developed, particularly with regard to the general concept of stability and the requisite, balanced muscular demands to maintain the stability. This text synthesizes current information into a practical approach in the evaluation, conservative treatment, and prevention of sports-related injuries, for sports-related practitioners as well as others whose patients are amenable to conservative care. The volume is divided into five sections: functional anatomy and biomechanics, the history and physical examination, radiographic and special imaging, specific disorders, and treatment, rehabilitation, and prevention. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780443088445
  • Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
  • Publication date: 1/28/1994
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 640

Table of Contents

1 Anatomy 1
2 General Biomechanics 37
3 The Shoulder in Throwing Sports 71
4 The Shoulder in Swimming 107
5 The Shoulder in Weight Training 125
6 History and Examination of the Shoulder 167
7 Positional Examination 221
8 Isokinetic Testing and Exercise 237
9 Radiography 257
10 Sonography 291
11 Magnetic Resonance Imaging 299
12 Arthroscopy 323
13 Glenohumeral Instability 331
14 Impingement Syndrome, Tendinopathies, and Degenerative Joint Disease 371
15 Sternoclavicular, Acromioclavicular, and Scapular Disorders 409
16 Frozen Shoulder 441
17 Cervicogenic and Other Extrinsic Causes of Shoulder Pain 457
18 General Treatment Approaches for Shoulder Disorders 487
19 Mobilization and Adjustive Procedures 509
20 Rehabilitation and Prevention 531
Appendix 1. International Classification of Diseases Codes for the Shoulder 601
Appendix 2. Shoulder Examination 603
Appendix 3. American Shoulder and Elbow Surgeons Shoulder Evaluation Form 605
Appendix 4. Shoulder Evaluation 607
Index 611
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