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Author Harrast, Mark.

Title Sports Medicine : Study Guide and Review for Boards.

Imprint New York : Demos Medical Pub., 2011.

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Description 1 online resource (525 pages)
text txt rdacontent
computer c rdamedia
online resource cr rdacarrier
Contents Cover; Half title; Title; Copyright; Contents; Contributors; Preface; I. General Topics; 1. Overview of the Examination; Introduction; Eligibility for the Sports Medicine CAQ Examination; Examination Format and Application Process; Other Resources; Recertification; 2. The Role of the Team Physician; Role of the Team Physician; Ethics: maintain professionalism and remember primum non nocere: above all, do no harm; Medical-Legal; Administrative Responsibilities; Recommended Reading; 3. Exercise Physiology; Muscles; Energy Systems; Adaptations to Exercise; Lactate Kinetics.
Cardiovascular Response to ExerciseRespiratory Response to Exercise; Endocrine Response to Exercise; Immune System Response to Exercise; Delayed-Onset Muscle Soreness (DOMS); Children; Elderly; Patients with Chronic Disease; Recommended Reading; 4. Sports Biomechanics; THROWING; I. Throwing as a kinetic chain of motion; II. Throwing: Six Phases of the Baseball Pitch (see Figure 4.1); III. Timing sequence of these phases; IV. Pitching injuries and muscle activity according to the phase; V. Adaptive changes with repeated throwing; VI. Types of pitches.
VII. Common biomechanical abnormalities in pitchingSWIMMING; I. Four competitive strokes; II. Stroke phases for A-C (not breaststroke); III. Propulsive phase: pull and push; IV. Recovery phase; V. Drag = water resistance; VI. Lift force; VII. ''S'' shaped pulling pattern; VIII. Kick patterns; IX. Common stroke flaws; X. General rehabilitation (and prehabilitation) principles for the swimmer; WALKING AND RUNNING; I. Walking gait (Figure 4.4); II. Running gait; III. Pronation; IV. Supination; V. General rehabilitation (and prehabilitation) principles for the runner; JUMPING AND LANDING.
I. Noncontact anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injury prevention programs have attempted to influence a variety of noncontact ACL injury risk factorsII. ACL injuries occur more frequently with the knee in less flexion; III. Gender differences which may predispose female athletes to noncontact ACL injuries; IV. Teaching appropriate jumping/landing techniques is important in ACL injury prevention programs; CYCLING.
I. The key to assessing the injured cyclist is assessing their bike fit and how the rider interacts, statically and dynamically, with their bike. Static bike fits are still quite common though many clinicians (who treat cyclists) and coaches (who train cyclists) are using modern bike fit technology to assess the rider dynamically and how the cyclist interacts with their bike (see section III) for injury prevention and performance enhancement.; II. Static bike fit; III. Dynamic fit; IV. Specific injuries; Recommended Reading; 5. Pharmacology; Therapeutic Drugs.
Note Performance-Enhancing (or Potentially Performance-Enhancing) Agents Drugs.
Summary Sports Medicine: Study Guide and Review for Boards is a comprehensive review text surveying the breadth of nonsurgical sports medicine. Covering topics pertinent to (and found on) the Sports Medicine board examination, the book is intended as a primary study tool for candidates preparing for certification. All of the subject areas tested on the boards are represented including basic science and general procedures; health promotion and preventive aspects; emergency assessment and care; and diagnosis, management, and treatment of the full range of sports-related injuries and conditions. The edit.
Note Print version record.
Subject Sports injuries -- Diagnosis.
Sports medicine.
MEDICAL -- Sports Medicine.
SPORTS & RECREATION -- Training.
Sports injuries -- Diagnosis. (OCoLC)fst01130689
Sports medicine. (OCoLC)fst01130709
Genre/Form Electronic books.
Added Author Finnoff, Jonathan.
Other Form: Print version: Harrast, Mark. Sports Medicine : Study Guide and Review for Boards. New York : Demos Medical Publishing, 2011 9781936287239
ISBN 9781617050541 (electronic bk.)
1617050547 (electronic bk.)
1283375346
9781283375344
Standard No. AU@ 000050490096
DEBSZ 472582291

 
    
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