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Concepts of Athletic Training, Fifth Edition, represents over a decade of evolution and revision of the previous editions in an effort to better serve students considering a career as athletic trainers, K-12 physical educators, or coaches. This outstanding introductory text presents key concepts pertaining To The field of athletic training in a comprehensive, logically sequential manner that will assist future professionals in making the correct decisions when confronted with an activity-related injury or illness in their scope of practice. Transition To The Fifth Edition! Click here to access resources to make changing your course materials from the Fourth Edition To The Fifth Edition easier than ever! High School Instructors: Please click here to contact your publisher's representative for information on the high school version of Concepts of Athletic Training, Fifth Edition.
Table of Contents
|The concept of sports injury||p. 1|
|The athletic health care team||p. 22|
|The law of sports injury||p. 32|
|Sports-injury prevention||p. 42|
|The psychology of injury||p. 54|
|Nutritional considerations||p. 66|
|Emergency plan and initial injury evaluation||p. 84|
|The injury process||p. 98|
|Injuries to the head, neck, and face||p. 112|
|Injuries to the thoracic through coccygeal spine||p. 140|
|Injuries to the shoulder region||p. 150|
|Injuries to the arm, wrist, and hand||p. 166|
|Injuries to the thorax and abdomen||p. 194|
|Injuries to the hip and pelvis||p. 204|
|Injuries to the thigh, leg, and knee||p. 214|
|Injuries to the lower leg, ankle, and foot||p. 232|
|Skin conditions in sports||p. 254|
|Thermal injuries||p. 266|
|Other medical concerns||p. 278|
|The adolescent athlete : special medical concerns||p. 290|
|Bloodborne pathogens||p. 321|
|NATA position statement : exertional heat illnesses||p. 345|
|Weight loss in wrestlers||p. 367|
|Generic first aid kit for sports injuries (checklist)||p. 373|
|Rehabilitation : an overview||p. 374|
|Equipment fitting||p. 381|
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