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This text integrates basic medical concepts and related scientific information to provide a strong foundation of general athletic training practices. Using a problem-solving approach to prevention, recognition, assessment, management, and disposition of sports-related injuries and diseases, this text provides athletic trainers and athletic training students with the most extensive, challenging content in a user-friendly format. New Content! This edition features a new chapter on Psychological Intervention Strategies.
Table of Contents
Section I: Foundations of Injury Care Chapter 1: Injury Care and the Athletic Trainer Chapter 2: Preparticipation Examination Chapter 3: Protective Equipment Chapter 4: Protective Taping and Wrapping Section II: Injury Assessment and Rehabilitation Chapter 5: Injury Assessment Chapter 6: Tissue Healing and Wound Care Chapter 7: Psychological Intervention Strategies Chapter 8: Therapeutic Modalities Chapter 9: Therapeutic Exercise Section III: Conditions to the Axial Region Chapter 10: Head and Facial Conditions Chapter 11: Cervical and Thoracic Spinal Conditions Chapter 12: Lumbar Spinal Conditions Chapter 13: Throat, Thorax, and Visceral Conditions Section IV: Upper Extremity Chapter 14: Shoulder Conditions Chapter 15: Upper Arm, Elbow, and Forearm Conditions Chapter 16: Wrist and Hand Conditions Section V: Lower Extremity Chapter 17: Pelvis, Hip, and Thigh Conditions Chapter 18: Knee Conditions Chapter 19: Lower Leg, Ankle, and Foot Conditions Section VI: Systemic Conditions Chapter 20: Cardiovascular Conditions Chapter 21: Neurologic Conditions Chapter 22: Respiratory Tract Conditions Chapter 23: Gastrointestinal Conditions Chapter 24: Endocrine Conditions Section VII: Special Considerations Chapter 25: Environmental Conditions Chatper 26: Common Infectious Diseases Chapter 27: Conditions of the Female Athlete, Disabled Athlete, and Senior Athlete Chapter 28: Pharmacology Chapter 29: Dermatology