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Arnheim's Principles of Athletic Training: A Competency-Based Approach with eSims Bind-in Card

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Pub. Date:
6/13/2005
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Summary

This market-leading text emphasizes the prevention and management of athletic injuries and remains the only text to cover all aspects of the profession of athletic training. A valuable resource in seeking professional certification, it also provides practical, career-oriented content for students in athletic training, sports medicine, physical education, physical therapy, and coaching.

Table of Contents

Preface xii
Applications at a Glance xxi
PART I Professional Development and Responsibilities
1(88)
The Athletic Trainer and the Sports Medicine Team
1(43)
Historical Perspectives
1(2)
Sports Medicine and Athletic Training
3(9)
The Sports Medicine Team
12(1)
The Athletic Trainer
12(10)
Responsibilities of the Team Physician
22(2)
Responsibilities of the Coach
24(2)
Referring the Athlete to Other Medical and Nonmedical Support Services and Personnel
26(3)
Employment Settings for the Athletic Trainer
29(4)
Recognition and Accreditation of the Athletic Trainer as an Allied Health Professional
33(2)
Requirements for Certification as an Athletic Trainer
35(2)
State Regulation of the Athletic Trainer
37(1)
The Physical Therapist and the Athletic Trainer
38(1)
Future Directions for the Athletic Trainer
39(1)
Summary
40(1)
Websites
41(3)
Health Care Administration in Athletic Training
44(31)
Establishing a System for Athletic Training Health Care
44(1)
Athletic Training Program Operations
45(6)
Designing an Athletic Training Facility
51(5)
Record Keeping
56(11)
The Computer as a Tool for the Athletic Trainer
67(1)
Collecting Injury Data
68(3)
Summary
71(4)
Legal Concerns and Insurance Issues
75(14)
Legal Concerns of the Coach and Athletic Trainer
75(4)
Insurance Considerations
79(3)
Third-Party Reimbursement
82(4)
Summary
86(1)
Websites
87(2)
PART II Risk Management
89(157)
Training and Conditioning Techniques
89(40)
The Relationship Between Athletic Trainers and Strength and Conditioning Coaches
89(1)
Principles of Conditioning
90(1)
Warm-Up and Cooldown
91(1)
Improving and Maintaining Flexibility
92(10)
The Importance of Muscular Strength, Endurance, and Power
102(11)
Cardiorespiratory Endurance
113(7)
Fitness Assessment
120(1)
Periodization in Training and Conditioning
120(5)
Summary
125(1)
Websites
125(4)
Nutritional Considerations
129(32)
Nutrition Basics
129(1)
Energy Sources
130(2)
Regulator Nutrients
132(4)
Nutrient Requirements and Recommendations
136(4)
Nutrition and Physical Activity
140(5)
Preevent Nutrition
145(5)
Weight Control and Body Composition
150(7)
Summary
157(1)
Websites
157(4)
Environmental Considerations
161(25)
Hyperthermia
161(11)
Hypothermia
172(4)
Altitude
176(1)
Overexposure to Sun
177(1)
Lightning Safety
178(1)
Air Pollution
179(1)
Circadian Dysrhythmia (Jet Lag)
180(1)
Synthetic Turf
181(1)
Summary
182(1)
Websites
183(3)
Protective Gear and Sports Equipment
186(31)
Safety Standards for Sports Equipment and Facilities
186(1)
Legal Concerns in Using Protective Equipment
186(2)
Equipment Reconditioning and Recertification
188(1)
Using Off-the-Shelf versus Custom Protective Equipment
188(1)
Head Protection
189(4)
Face Protection
193(4)
Trunk and Thorax Protection
197(3)
Lower Extremity Protective Equipment
200(8)
Elbow, Wrist, and Hand Protection
208(2)
Construction of Protective and Supportive Devices
210(4)
Summary
214(1)
Websites
214(3)
Bandaging and Taping
217(29)
Bandaging
217(7)
Nonelastic and Elastic Adhesive Taping
224(19)
Summary
243(1)
Websites
244(2)
PART III Pathology of Sports Injury
246(49)
Mechanisms and Characteristics of Sports Trauma
246(26)
Mechanical Injury
246(2)
Soft-Tissue Trauma
248(1)
Skin Injuries
248(1)
Skeletal Muscle Injuries
249(5)
Synovial Joints
254(7)
Bone Trauma
261(6)
Nerve Trauma
267(1)
Body Mechanics and Injury Susceptibility
268(1)
Summary
269(1)
Websites
270(2)
Tissue Response to Injury
272(23)
The Healing Process
272(6)
Soft-Tissue Healing
278(4)
Bone Healing
282(2)
Pain
284(8)
Summary
292(1)
Websites
293(2)
PART IV Management Skills
295(224)
Psychosocial Intervention for Sports Injuries and Illnesses
295(24)
The Athlete's Psychological Response to Injury
296(1)
The Athlete and the Sociological Response to Injury
297(3)
Predictors of Injury
300(4)
Reacting to Athletes with Injuries
304(1)
Psychological Factors in the Rehabilitation Process
305(3)
Mental Training Techniques
308(6)
Mental Disorders
314(2)
Summary
316(1)
Websites
316(3)
On-the-Field Acute Care and Emergency Procedures
319(41)
The Emergency Action Plan
319(3)
Principles of On-the-Field Injury Assessment
322(1)
The Primary Survey
323(14)
The Secondary Survey
337(9)
Emergency Emotional Care
346(1)
Moving and Transporting the Injured Athlete
346(8)
Proper Fit and Use of the Crutch or Cane
354(2)
Summary
356(1)
Websites
357(3)
Off-the-Field Injury Evaluation
360(27)
Evaluation of Sports Injuries
360(1)
Injury Evaluation versus Diagnosis
360(1)
Basic Knowledge Requirements
360(4)
The Off-the-Field Injury Evaluation Process
364(11)
Progress Evaluations
375(1)
Documenting Injury Evaluation Information
376(3)
Additional Diagnostic Tests Used by a Physician
379(5)
Summary
384(1)
Websites
384(3)
Bloodborne Pathogens
387(13)
Virus Reproduction
387(1)
Bloodborne Pathogens
388(3)
Bloodborne Pathogens in Athletics
391(2)
Universal Precautions in an Athletic Environment
393(4)
Summary
397(1)
Websites
397(3)
Using Therapeutic Modalities
400(40)
Legal Concerns
400(1)
The Science of Therapeutic Modalities: How Are They Related?
401(1)
Transmission of Thermal Energy
401(1)
Cryotherapy
401(6)
Thermotherapy
407(5)
Ultrasound Therapy
412(4)
Electrotherapy
416(5)
Massage
421(5)
Traction
426(3)
Intermittent Compression Units
429(1)
Shortwave and Microwave Diathermy
430(3)
Low-Level Laser Therapy
433(1)
Extracorporeal Shock Wave Therapy (ESWT)
433(1)
Magnet Therapy
434(1)
Recording Therapeutic Modality Treatments
435(1)
Safety in Using Therapeutic Modalities
436(1)
Summary
436(1)
Websites
437(3)
Using Therapeutic Exercise in Rehabilitation
440(32)
The Athletic Trainer's Approach to Rehabilitation
440(1)
Therapeutic Exercise versus Conditioning Exercise
441(1)
Sudden Physical Inactivity and Injury Immobilization
441(2)
Major Components of a Rehabilitation Program
443(5)
Developing a Rehabilitation Plan
448(3)
Additional Approaches to Therapeutic Exercise in Rehabilitation
451(17)
Purchasing and Maintaining Therapeutic Exercise Equipment
468(1)
Summary
468(1)
Websites
469(3)
Pharmacology, Drugs, and Sports
472(47)
What Is a Drug?
472(1)
Pharmacokinetics
472(3)
Legal Concerns in Administering versus Dispensing Drugs
475(5)
Selected Therapeutic Drugs Used to Treat the Athlete
480(14)
Drugs That Can Increase the Rate of Heat Illness
494(1)
Protocols for Using Over-the-Counter Medications
494(1)
Substance Abuse among Athletes
495(17)
Drug Testing in Athletes
512(3)
Summary
515(1)
Websites
516(3)
PART V Musculoskeletal Conditions
519(353)
The Foot
519(41)
Foot Anatomy
519(8)
Functional Anatomy and Foot Biomechanics
527(3)
Prevention of Foot Injuries
530(1)
Foot Assessment
531(4)
Recognition and Management of Specific Injuries
535(15)
Foot Rehabilitation
550(7)
Summary
557(1)
Websites
557(3)
The Ankle and Lower Leg
560(41)
Anatomy of the Lower Leg and Ankle
560(5)
Functional Anatomy
565(2)
Preventing Injury to the Lower Leg and Ankle
567(1)
Assessing the Lower Leg and Ankle
568(6)
Recognition of Specific Injuries
574(16)
Rehabilitation Techniques for the Lower Leg and Ankle
590(7)
Summary
597(1)
Websites
597(4)
The Knee and Related Structures
601(55)
Anatomy of the Knee
601(7)
Functional Anatomy
608(1)
Assessing the Knee Joint
609(15)
Prevention of Knee Injuries
624(2)
Recognition and Management of Specific Injuries
626(21)
Knee Joint Rehabilitation
647(4)
Summary
651(1)
Websites
652(4)
The Thigh, Hip, Groin, and Pelvis
656(43)
Anatomy of the Thigh
656(4)
Functional Anatomy of the Thigh
660(1)
Assessment of the Thigh
660(1)
Prevention of Thigh Injuries
661(1)
Recognition and Management of Thigh Injuries
661(6)
Anatomy of the Hip, Groin, and Pelvic Region
667(6)
Functional Anatomy of the Hip, Groin, and Pelvic Region
673(1)
Assessment of the Hip, Groin, and Pelvis
674(7)
Recognition and Management of Specific Hip, Groin, and Pelvic Injuries
681(9)
Thigh and Hip Rehabilitation Techniques
690(5)
Summary
695(1)
Websites
696(3)
The Shoulder Complex
699(49)
Anatomy of the Shoulder
699(7)
Functional Anatomy
706(2)
Prevention of Shoulder Injuries
708(1)
Assessment of the Shoulder Complex
708(9)
Recognition and Management of Specific Injuries
717(16)
Throwing Mechanics
733(1)
Rehabilitation of the Shoulder Complex
734(9)
Summary
743(1)
Websites
744(4)
The Elbow
748(24)
Anatomy of the Elbow Joint
748(3)
Functional Anatomy
751(1)
Assessment of the Elbow
752(5)
Recognition and Management of Injuries to the Elbow
757(9)
Rehabilitation of the Elbow
766(3)
Summary
769(1)
Websites
770(2)
The Forearm, Wrist, Hand, and Fingers
772(37)
Anatomy of the Forearm
772(1)
Assessment of the Forearm
773(3)
Recognition and Management of Injuries to the Forearm
776(2)
Anatomy of the Wrist, Hand, and Fingers
778(5)
Assessment of the Wrist, Hand, and Fingers
783(5)
Recognition and Management of Injuries to the Wrist, Hand, and Fingers
788(12)
Rehabilitation of Injuries to the Forearm, Wrist, Hand, and Fingers
800(6)
Summary
806(1)
Websites
807(2)
The Spine
809(63)
Anatomy of the Spine
809(7)
Functional Anatomy
816(1)
Prevention of Injuries to the Spine
816(5)
Assessment of the Spine
821(18)
Recognition and Management of Specific Injuries and Conditions
839(18)
Rehabilitation Techniques for the Neck
857(2)
Rehabilitation Techniques for the Low Back
859(8)
Summary
867(1)
Websites
868(4)
PART VI General Medical Conditions
872
The Head, Face, Eyes, Ears, Nose, and Throat
872(42)
Prevention of Injuries to the Head, Face, Eyes, Ears, Nose, and Throat
872(1)
The Head
873(20)
The Face
893(3)
Dental Injuries
896(2)
Nasal Injuries
898(2)
Ear Injuries
900(3)
Eye Injuries
903(6)
Throat Injuries
909(1)
Summary
910(1)
Websites
911(3)
The Thorax and Abdomen
914(34)
Anatomy of the Thorax
914(4)
Anatomy of the Abdomen
918(5)
Prevention of Injuries to the Thorax and Abdomen
923(1)
Assessment of the Thorax and Abdomen
923(6)
Recognition and Management of Specific Injuries and Conditions of the Thoracic Region
929(5)
Recognition and Management of Specific Injuries and Conditions of the Abdomen
934(10)
Summary
944(1)
Websites
945(3)
Skin Disorders
948(29)
Skin Anatomy and Function
948(2)
Skin Lesions Defined
950(1)
Skin Trauma
951(9)
Bacterial Infections
960(4)
Fungal Infections
964(3)
Viral Infections
967(1)
Allergic, Thermal, and Chemical Skin Reactions
968(3)
Infestation and Bites
971(2)
Other Skin Conditions
973(1)
Summary
974(1)
Websites
975(2)
Additional General Medical Conditions
977
The Role of the Immune System
977(1)
Viral Infections
978(3)
Respiratory Conditions
981(3)
Muscular System Disorders
984(1)
Nervous System Disorders
985(1)
Blood and Lymph Disorders
986(2)
Diabetes
988(2)
Seizure Disorders
990(1)
High Blood Pressure
990(1)
Cancer
991(1)
Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs)
992(3)
Menstrual Irregularities and the Female Reproductive System
995(4)
Summary
999(1)
Websites
1000
Appendix A: NATA Code of Ethics 1(2)
Appendix B: Canada's Food Guide to Healthy Eating 3(5)
Appendix C: NATA Position Statement: Exertional Heat Illnesses 8(3)
Appendix D: NATA Position Statement: Fluid Replacement for Athletes 11(4)
Appendix E: NATA Position Statement: Lightning Safety for Athletics and Recreation 15(2)
Appendix F: NATA Position Statement: Emergency Planning in Athletics 17(3)
Appendix G: NATA Helmet Removal Guidelines 20(1)
Appendix H: NATA Blood Borne Pathogens Guidelines for Athletic Trainers 21(4)
Appendix I: NATA Position Statement: Management of Sport-Related Concussion 25(4)
Appendix J: NATA Position Statement: Commotio Cordis 29(1)
Appendix K: Sample Resume 30
Glossary 1(1)
Credits 1(1)
Index 1


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