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Athletic Injury Assessment with Power Web: Health and Human Performance / Edition 4

Athletic Injury Assessment with Power Web: Health and Human Performance / Edition 4

by James M. Booher
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    ISBN-13: 2900072498904
    Publisher: McGraw-Hill Companies, The
    Publication date: 08/28/1999
    Edition description: REVISED
    Pages: 528
    Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 1.25(h) x 9.00(d)

    About the Author

    Jim Booher is Professor of Health, Physical Education and Recreation at South Dakota State University. He is also the Athletic Trainer and coordinates and supervises the medical coverage for 21 intercollegiate sports, sports clubs and intramurals. His educational background includes a B.A. in Biology from Nebraska Wesleyan University, and R.P.T. from the Mayo Clinic School of Physical Therapy, an M.S. in Health, Physical Education, and Recreation from South Dakota State University and a Ph.D. in Health Science from the University of Utah. He is program Director for CAAHEPAccredited Athletic Training Curriculum and and was inducted into the National Athletic Trainers Asssociation Hall of Fame in 1998.

    Gary Thibodeau is Chancellor of the University of Wisconsin-River Falls. He received his Ph.D. from South Dakota State University as well as an M.S. in Enzyme Kinetics, and an M.S. in Anatomy also from South Dakota State University. His B.S. is from Creighton State University. Gary is widely published in addition to his McGraw-Hill text, Athletic Injury Assessment. Gary enjoys teaching and encouraging learning.

    Table of Contents

    Unit I Introduction and Anatomic Basis for Athletic Injury Assessment

    1. Introduction to Athletic Injury Assessment

    2. The Body as a Whole

    3. Review of Anatomy

    Unit II Athletic-Related Trauma

    4. The Body's Response to Trauma and Environmental Stress

    5. Athletic Injuries and Related Conditions

    6. Psychological Aspects of Injury

    Unit III Athletic Injury Process

    7. Factors Related to Athletic Injury Assessment

    8. Assessment Procedures

    Unit IV
    Athletic Injuries of the Axial Region

    9. The Unconscious Athlete

    10. Head Injuries

    11. Face Injuries

    12. Spine Injuries

    13. Throat, Chest, Abdomen, and Pelvic Injuries

    Unit V Athletic Injuries of the Lower Extremities

    14. Foot, Ankle, and Leg Injuries

    15. Knee Injuries

    16. Thigh and Hip Injuries

    Unit VI
    Athletic Injuries of the Upper Extremities

    17. Shoulder Injuries

    18. Elbow and Forearm Injuries

    19. Hand and Wrist Injuries

    Appendix of Athletic Training Web Sites




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