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Overview

Written by primary care sports medicine physicians, The Sports Medicine Resource Manual is the one musculoskeletal textbook that is ideally suited for family medicine and sports medicine providers. Chapters on physical exam and diagnosis are carefully integrated with sections on rehabilitation and management—including a complete guide to procedural skills such as casting, injections, compartment testing, running shoe prescriptions and more. In this conveniently sized volume, sports medicine physicians, orthopedists, emergency medicine physicians, physical therapists, pediatricians, team physicians, athletic trainers, and others share their expertise on everything from diagnosis and proper rehabilitation of musculoskeletal pain to “field side” coverage and acute management of the injured athlete. Designed as both a tutorial and a trusted reference, this easy-to-reference resource will provide you with expert guidance for years to come.

• Integrates sports medicine diagnosis and management with procedural skills, making this a one-stop reference for outpatient sports and musculoskeletal medicine.
• Features expert guidance from multiple medical disciplines, providing you with well-rounded coverage from various perspectives.

• Includes evidence-based guidelines and ratings, wherever available, ensuring you have the best clinical knowledge to deliver the best possible outcomes.

• Emphasizes rehabilitation of soft tissue injury, fracture management, and musculoskeletal procedures to help you effectively treat more of what you see regularly.

• Presents appendices on exercise and injury for special populations, including pregnant women and pediatric and geriatric patients, enabling you to appropriately care for the diverse range of individuals in primary care practice.

• Uses a templated format throughout making reference a snap.

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Editorial Reviews

Doody's Review Service
Reviewer: Chris A. Klenck, M.D., Pharm.D.(University of Tennessee at Knoxville)
Description: This detailed book covers a wide range of conditions and issues involved in caring for athletes. The organization is well thought out and incorporates multiple illustrations, tables, and images.
Purpose: The purpose is to provide a comprehensive discussion of issues encountered in sports medicine. It is designed to give general practitioners and sports medicine clinicians guidance in providing care to athletes. The book does an excellent job of achieving that purpose.
Audience: Although written for primary care physicians who are involved in the care of physically active patients, the book provides enough depth to be of interest to sports medicine physicians as well. Athletic trainers and physical therapists will also find sections of the book useful. The authors of each chapter and section have both practical and academic experience in the field of sports medicine.
Features: The book covers all aspects of sports medicine. Detailed discussions of preparticipation screening and physical exam techniques are well written. It does an outstanding job of covering fracture care, including splinting and casting. Chapters covering soft-tissue injuries are also well done. The book concludes with general information about rehabilitation and special tests and procedures commonly done in sports medicine. Each chapter includes a section of key points. Excellent images and illustrations reinforce the information.
Assessment: This is a comprehensive, well written book. Primary care physicians, sports medicine physicians, athletic trainers, and physical therapists will find it an excellent resource. It will prove valuable in enhancing the care of athletes and other physically active patients.
From the Publisher
"This is a comprehensive, well written book. Primary care physicians, sports medicine physicians, athletic trainers, and physical therapists will find it an excellent resource. It will prove valuable in enhancing the care of athletes and other physically active patients." - Doody's, 3 stars***
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781416031970
  • Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
  • Publication date: 1/23/2008
  • Pages: 672
  • Sales rank: 1,016,133
  • Product dimensions: 8.70 (w) x 11.10 (h) x 1.20 (d)

Table of Contents

Foreword, Francis O'Connor

SECTION 1 - GENERAL PRINCIPLES, Editor: Peter Seidenberg

1 Sideline Evaluation of the Injured Athlete, John Wilckens

2 Preparticipation Examination, Jay Noffsinger

3 The Team Physician's Bag, Scott Flinn & Elise Gordon

4 Mass Participation Event Coverage, Scott Pyne

5 Emergency Planning for Athletic Events, Scott Flinn & Timothy Dwyer

SECTION 2 - PHYSICAL EXAMINATION, Section Editor: Peter Seidenberg

6 Victim or Culprit: A Pathoanatomic Approach to the Correct Diagnosis, Anthony Beutler

7 Physical Examination of the Wrist and Hand, Will Mitchell & Ahmad Radwan

8 Physical Examination of the Elbow, Tom Howard & Joel Shaw

9 Physical Examination of the Shoulder, Sean Mullendore

10 Physical Examination of the Cervical and Thoracic Spine, Charles Webb & Derek Woessner

11 Physical Examination of the Lumbar Spine, Phil Ham & James Leiber

12 Physical Examination of the Hip and Pelvis, Peter Seidenberg & Mark Childress

13 Physical Examination of the Knee, Nicholas Piantinada & Nicole Yedlinsky

14 Physical Examination of the Foot and Ankle "Bert Fields, Wesley R. Ibazebo & Ryan E. Modlinsk

SECTION 3 - FRACTURES AND SOFT TISSUE INJURIES, Section Editor: Anthony Beutler

15 General Principles of Fracture Management, Howard McGowan

16 Splinting and Casting, Tim Mazzola

17 Radiographic Lines and Angles, Peter Seidenberg

18 Common Hand and Wrist Fractures, William Scott Deitche & Steven Titus

19 Soft Tissue Injuries of the Hand and Wrist, Chad Asplund & Chris Meyering

20 Elbow Injuries, Mark A. Slabaugh

21A Soft Tissue Injuries of the Shoulder, Patrick St. Pierre

21B Clavicular Joint Injuries and Fractures of the Shoulder, Patrick St. Pierre

22 Craniomaxilofascial Injuries, Allyson Howe

23 Cervical Spine Injuries, Barry P. Boden

24 Thoracic and Lumbar Spine Injuries, Charles Webb & Richard Geshel

25 Pelvic Pain in the Athlete, Adam Farber, Chris Jarvis, & John Wilckens

26 Knee Injuries, Lyndon Gross & Andy MacDonald

27 Lower Leg Injuries, Greg Dammann

28 Ankle Fractures, Shawn Kane

29 Foot Fractures, Kevin DeWeber

30 Foot and Ankle Soft Tissue Injuries, Ahmed Radwan & Peter Seidenberg

31A Pediatric and Adolescent Injuries, Mark Stephens

31B Pediatric Spondylolysis, Fran O'Connor, Pierre d'Hemecourt & Melissa Nzebydoski

32 Stress Fractures, Christopher Prior & Jessica Pesce

SECTION 4 - REHABILITATION, Section Editor: Anthony Beutler

33 Principles of Sports Rehabilitation, Jennifer Reed & Jimmy Bowen

34 Practical Application of Osteopathic Manipulation, Lori O'Neill & Dennis Cardone

35 Core Stabilization, Daniel L. Munton, Geof Manzo & Beth J. Caschetta

36 Physical Therapy Modalities, Guy Majkowski & Norman Gill

37 Athletic Taping, Ray Chronister & Gregg Calhoon

38 Proper Indications and Uses of Orthopedic Braces, Jeff Leggitt & Chris Jarvis

SECTION 5 - SPECIAL TESTS AND PROCEDURES, Section Editor: Peter Seidenberg

39 Exercise Prescription, David Farnsworth & Michael Cannon

40 Cardiovascular Testing, Francis O'Connor & David Djuric

41 Testing for Maximal, Aerobic Power, Patricia Deuster & Yuval Heled

42 Exercise Induced Asthma Testing, Rochelle Nolte & Christopher Lettieri

43 Gait Analysis, Francis O'Connor & Timothy Switaj

44 Concussion Testing and Management, Scott Playford

45 Running Shoes: Assessment and Selection, Charles Webb & Marc Childress

46 Compartment Syndrome Testing, Brandon Larkin & Janiece Stewart

47 Electrodiagnostic Testing, Jimmy Bowen

48 Therapeutic and Diagnostic Injections and Aspirations, Tom Howard & Leslie Rassner

49 Ergogenic Aids Jeff L. Levy & Fred H. Brennan

50 Evidence-Based Regenerative Injection Therapy (Prolotherapy) in Sports Medicine, K. Dean Reeves, Brad Fullerton & Gaston Topol

APPENDIX, Section Editor: Anthony Beutler

I The Team Physician Consensus Statement

II Exercise Prescription for Pediatric Patients, Bernard Purcell & Mark Stephens

III Exercise Prescription for Pregnant Patients, Pamela Williams & Michael Barron

IV Exercise Prescription for Geriatric Patients, Brian Unwin

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