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Sports injuries sourcebook Sports injuries sourcebook :
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LCC: RD97 .S736 2007 (Source: dlc)
DDC: 617.1/027 full (Assigner: dlc)
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Lccn: 2007011758
"Provides basic consumer health information about the causes of sports injuries, their prevention, and treatment options. Includes index, glossary of related terms, and other resources"--Provided by publisher.
Table Of Contents
pt. I. Sports and health
1. Sports and exercise sometimes lead to injury
2. Sports and the young child : risks and benefits
3. Questions and answers about sports nutrition
4. Sprains and strains
5. Fractures
6. Growth plate injuries
7. Overtraining injuries
section 7.1. Overuse injuries : an overview
section 7.2. Stress fractures
8. Heat injuries
section 8.1. Heat stress and athletic participation
section 8.2. Hydration and hyponatremia
9. Sudden cardiac arrest in athletes
10. Sports-related skin disorders
11. Sports injuries and arthritis
12. Exercise-induced disorders
section 12.1. Exercise-induced urticaria (hives)
section 12.2. Exercise-induced asthma
13. Female athlete triad
14. Performance-enhancing substances
section 14.1. Steroids
section 14.2. Sports supplements
pt. II. Sports injury prevention
15. Childhood sports injuries and their prevention
16. Pre-participation sports physicals
17. Emergency preparedness helps prevent serious injury
section 17.1. Developing an emergency action plan
section 17.2. First aid for sports injuries
18. Protective equipment
section 18.1. Wear a helmet to reduce sports-related head injuries
section 18.2. Selecting athletic shoes
section 18.3. Uses and abuses of orthotics
section 18.4. Sports eye protection
section 18.5. Mouth guards
19. Preventing injuries in contact sports
section 19.1. Football safety
section 19.2. How to fit football equipment
section 19.3. Preventing injuries in ice hockey
section 19.4. Fitting hockey equipment
20. Team sports safety
section 20.1. Baseball and softball safety
section 20.2. Breakaway bases and the prevention of baseball and softball injuries
section 20.3. Basketball safety
section 20.4. Tips for preventing soccer injuries
21. Tips to improve cheerleading safety
22. Biking and running injury prevention
section 22.1. Preventing bicycling injuries
section 22.2. Preventing running injuries
23. Preventing golf injuries
24. Preventing tennis injuries
25. Water sports safety
26. Winter sport safety
section 26.1. Preventing Alpine skiing and sledding injuries
section 26.2. Properly fitting ski boots
section 26.3. Preventing snowboarding injuries
section 26.4. Preventing ice skating injuries
section 26.5. Don't let winter chill your training
pt. III. Head injuries and facial injuries
27. Head injuries
section 27.1. Sports-related head injuries
section 27.2. Concussion
28. Facial sports injuries
29. Injuries to the eyes, ears, and teeth
section 29.1. Eye injuries in sports
section 29.2. Cauliflower ear
section 29.3. Dental injuries
pt. IV. Shoulder and upper arm injuries
30. Injuries to the shoulder
section 30.1. Questions and answers about shoulder problems
section 30.2. Rotator cuff tears
section 30.3. Shoulder impingement
section 30.4. Frozen shoulder (adhesive capsulitis)
section 30.5. Shoulder separation
section 30.6. Shoulder dislocation
section 30.7. Shoulder sprain
section 30.8. Shoulder instability
31. Collarbone injuries
section 31.1. Broken collarbone
section 31.2. New techniques in the treatment of broken collarbones
section 31.3. Rehabilitation of the broken collarbone
32. Injuries to the biceps
section 32.1. Rupture of the biceps tendon
section 32.2. Biceps tendonitis
pt. V. Injuries to the elbows, wrists, and hands
33. Taking care of your hand, wrist, and elbow
34. Elbow injuries
section 34.1. Throwing injuries in the elbow
section 34.2. Tennis elbow (lateral epicondylitis)
section 34.3. Botulinum toxin as a treatment for tennis elbow
section 34.4. Golfer's elbow (medial epicondylitis)
section 34.5. Elbow fractures
section 34.6. Elbow fracture rehabilitation
section 34.7. Elbow (olecranon) bursitis
section 34.8. Dislocated elbow
section 34.9. Ulnar nerve entrapment
35. Arm and wrist injuries
section 35.1. Forearm fractures
section 35.2. Wrist fractures
section 35.3. Scaphoid fractures
section 35.4. Wrist sprains
36. Injuries to the bones of the hand
section 36.1. Hand fractures
section 36.2. Boxer's fracture
37. Injuries to the fingers and thumb
section 37.1. Extensor tendon injuries : mallet finger and boutonnière deformity
section 37.2. Flexor tendon injuries (Jersey finger)
section 37.3. Finger sprains
section 37.4. Thumb sprains (skier's thumb)
pt. VI. Injuries to the back and spine
38. Back injuries
section 38.1. Lower back pain in athletes
section 38.2. Lumbar strain (weight lifter's back)
39. Spondylolysis and spondylolisthesis
40. Prehospital care of the spine-injured athlete
41. Injuries to the neck and cervical spine
section 41.1. Neck injuries
section 41.2. Cervical spine fractures
42. Injuries to the spine (backbone)
section 42.1. Spinal cord injuries
section 42.2. Tailbone injuries
43. Nerve injuries : stingers and neurapraxia
pt. VII. Injuries to the trunk, groin, upper legs, and knees
44. Spleen injuries in athletes
45. Rib injuries
46. Groin pulls
47. Testicular injuries
48. Injuries to the hips
section 48.1. Hip bursitis
section 48.2. Hip flexor strains
section 48.3. Quadriceps contusions and hip pointers
49. Injuries affecting the upper leg
section 49.1. Compartment syndrome
section 49.2. Hamstring strain
section 49.3. Femur fracture
section 49.4. Quadriceps tendon rupture
50. Questions and answers about knee problems
51. Osgood-Schlatter disease : a common cause of knee pain in children
52. Anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) and other knee ligament injuries
section 52.1. Knee ligament injuries
section 52.2. The injured ACL
section 52.3. ACL injuries in skeletally immature athletes
section 52.4. Knee injuries and the female athlete
53. Injuries to the patella and the patellar tendon
section 53.1. Patellar tendon ruptures
section 53.2. Patellar tendonitis (jumper's knee)
section 53.3. Dislocated patella
54. Knee cartilage injuries
section 54.1. Chondromalacia patella (runner's knee)
section 54.2. Meniscal injuries
section 54.3. Osteochondritis dissecans
55. Bursitis of the knee
56. Iliotibial band syndrome
pt. VIII. Injuries to the lower legs, ankles, and feet
57. Shin splints
58. Achilles tendon injuries : tendonitis and tears
59. Injuries to the ankles
section 59.1. Ankle sprain
section 59.2. Ankle fracture
section 59.3. Osteochondritis dissecans-talus
60. Foot conditions
section 60.1. Plantar fasciitis
section 60.2. Sever disease
section 60.3. Sesamoiditis
61. Toe injuries
section 61.1. Turf toe
section 61.2. Toe sprains
section 61.3. Toe and forefoot fractures
pt. IX. Diagnostic techniques, treatment methods, and rehabilitation
62. Diagnosing sports injuries
section 62.1. Orthopaedic imaging techniques
section 62.2. Magnetic resonance imaging and ultrasound
section 62.3. Arthroscopy
63. Commonly prescribed medications for sports injuries
64. Corticosteroid and nerve-blocking injections
65. Specialized surgical treatment techniques
section 65.1. Arthroscopic surgery
section 65.2. Cartilage transfer
section 65.3. Meniscal repair
section 65.4. Thermal surgery
section 65.5. Extracorporeal shock wave therapy
66. Functional exercise in rehabilitation of injured athletes
67. Return to play
pt. X. Additional help and information
68. Glossary of terms related to sports injuries
69. Sports injuries resource list.
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Judd, Sandra J. Sports injuries sourcebook