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Therapeutic Exercise for Athletic Injuries

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9780880118439

ISBN10:
0880118431
Format:
Hardcover
Pub. Date:
1/1/2000
Publisher(s):
HUMAN KINETICS PUBLISHERS
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Summary

Univ. of Virginia, Charlottesville. Textbook for student athletic trainers and reference for practitioners. Covers how to determine the best therapeutic exercise approach, why to use a specific approach, what to expect when using a technique, advantages and disadvantages of applications, and how to apply knowledge to specific injuries.

Table of Contents

Introduction to the Athletic Training Education Series xi
Preface xiii
Acknowledgments xv
Credits xvii
PART ONE BASIC CONCEPTS 1(117)
Concepts of Rehabilitation
2(28)
The Roles of Rehabilitation Team Members
4(4)
Interacting With Team Members
8(2)
Qualities of Professionalism
10(4)
Components of a Rehabilitation Program
14(8)
Basic Components of Therapeutic Exercise
22(3)
Return-to-Competition Criteria
25(1)
Psychological Considerations
25(3)
Summary
28(1)
Critical Thinking Questions
29(1)
References
29(1)
Concepts of Healing
30(38)
Primary and Secondary Healing
32(7)
Healing Phases
39(7)
Growth Factors
46(2)
Healing of Specific Tissues
48(6)
Tensile Strength During Healing
54(1)
Factors That Affect Healing
55(6)
The Role of Therapeutic Exercise in Healing
61(2)
Summary
63(2)
Critical Thinking Questions
65(1)
References
65(3)
Concepts in Physics
68(22)
Force
70(1)
Newton's Laws of Motion
71(1)
Center of Gravity
72(3)
Stability and Fixation
75(2)
Body Levers
77(2)
Levers and Force
79(2)
Physiological Muscle Advantages
81(2)
Other Concepts in Physics
83(4)
Summary
87(2)
Critical Thinking Questions
89(1)
Suggested Reading
89(1)
Evaluation and Assessment
90(28)
Evaluation: Making a Profile
93(11)
Assessment: Planning for Action
104(3)
Keeping Rehabilitation Records
107(9)
Summary
116(1)
Critical Thinking Questions
117(1)
References
117(1)
PART TWO THERAPEUTIC EXERCISE PARAMETERS AND TECHNIQUES 118(220)
Range of Motion and Flexibility
120(32)
Defining Flexibility and Range of Motion
122(1)
Connective-Tissue Composition
123(1)
Effects of Immobilization on Connective Tissue
123(3)
Effects of Remobilization on Connective Tissue
126(1)
Mechanical Properties and Tissue Behavior in Range of Motion
127(4)
Neuromuscular Influences on Range of Motion
131(2)
Determining Normal Range of Motion
133(1)
Measuring Range of Motion
133(5)
Terminology in Goniometry
138(1)
Stretching Techniques
138(9)
Exercise Progression
147(1)
Special Considerations
147(1)
Summary
148(1)
Critical Thinking Questions
149(1)
References
150(2)
Manual Therapy Techniques
152(50)
Critical Analysis
155(1)
Message
155(4)
Myofascial Release
159(7)
Myofascial Trigger Points
166(6)
Muscle Energy
172(3)
Joint Mobilization
175(11)
Neural Mobilization
186(12)
Summary
198(1)
Critical Thinking Questions
199(1)
References
200(1)
Suggested Reading
201(1)
Muscle Strength and Endurance
202(64)
Muscle Structure and Function
205(6)
Neuromuscular Physiology
211(5)
Fast- and Slow-Twitch Fibers
216(2)
Muscle Strength, Power, and Endurance
218(3)
Force Production
221(3)
Types of Muscle Activity
224(3)
Open and Closed Kinetic Chain Activity
227(2)
Evaluating Muscle Strength
229(9)
Gradations of Muscle Activity
238(1)
Strength Equipment
239(12)
Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation
251(5)
Strengthening Principles
256(4)
Exercise Progression
260(2)
Summary
262(2)
Critical Thinking Questions
264(1)
References
264(2)
The ABCs of Proprioception
266(18)
Neurophysiology of Proprioception
269(2)
Central Nervous System Proprioceptor Sites
271(1)
Balance
272(2)
Coordination
274(3)
Agility
277(1)
Therapeutic Exercise for Proprioception
278(4)
Summary
282(1)
Critical Thinking Questions
283(1)
References
283(1)
Plyometrics
284(30)
Neuromuscular Principles
287(2)
Plyometric Force Production
289(1)
Plyometric Exercise Phases
289(1)
Pre-plyometric Considerations
290(2)
Plyometric Program Design
292(1)
Plyometric Program Considerations
293(2)
Precautions and Contraindications
295(1)
Equipment
296(2)
Lower-Extremity Plyometrics
298(12)
Upper-Extremity and Trunk Plyometrics
310(2)
Summary
312(1)
Critical Thinking Questions
313(1)
References
313(1)
Functional Exercise
314(24)
Definitions, Foundations, and Goals
317(1)
Contributions to Therapeutic Exercise
318(1)
Basic Functional Activities
319(1)
Advanced Functional Activities
320(1)
Advanced Functional Exercise Progression
320(3)
Precautions
323(1)
Functional Evaluation
324(1)
A Lower-Extremity Functional Progression
325(5)
An Upper-Extremity Functional Progression
330(4)
Returning the Patient to Full Participation
334(1)
Summary
334(2)
Critical Thinking Questions
336(1)
Suggested Reading
337(1)
PART THREE GENERAL THERAPEUTIC EXERCISE APPLICATIONS 338(150)
Posture and Body Mechanics
340(30)
Posture
342(12)
Muscle Imbalances
354(4)
Body Mechanics
358(5)
Body-Awareness Programs
363(5)
Summary
368(1)
Critical Thinking Questions
369(1)
References
369(1)
Suggested Reading
369(1)
Ambulation and Ambulation Aids
370(36)
Normal Gait
372(20)
Pathological Gait
392(1)
Normal Running Gait
393(5)
Mechanics of Ambulation With Assistive Devices
398(5)
Summary
403(1)
Critical Thinking Questions
404(1)
References
405(1)
Aquatic Therapeutic Exercise
406(36)
Physical Properties and Principles of Water
409(3)
Equipment
412(4)
Indications, Advantages, Precautions, and Contraindications
416(2)
Aquatic Therapeutic Exercise Principles and Guidelines
418(3)
Deep-Water Exercise
421(1)
Aquatic Therapeutic Exercises
422(17)
Summary
439(1)
Critical Thinking Questions
440(1)
References
441(1)
Swiss Balls and Foam Rollers
442(32)
Swiss Balls
444(5)
Swiss-Ball Exercises
449(14)
Foam Rollers
463(1)
Foam-Roller Exercises
464(8)
Summary
472(1)
Critical Thinking Questions
473(1)
Reference
473(1)
Suggested Reading
473(1)
Therapeutic Exercise for Tendinitis
474(14)
Terminology
476(1)
Tendon Structure
476(1)
Etiology
477(1)
Tendon Response
478(1)
General Treatment
479(2)
Specific Treatment
481(2)
Examples of Tenditis Cases
483(2)
Summary
485(1)
Critical Thinking Questions
486(1)
References
487(1)
PART FOUR SPECIFIC APPLICATIONS 488(467)
Spine and Sacroiliac
496(68)
General Rehabilitation Considerations
499(1)
Rehabilitation Techniques
500(43)
Special Rehabilitation Applications
543(18)
Summary
561(1)
Critical Thinking Questions
562(1)
References
562(1)
Suggested Reading
563(1)
Shoulder and Arm
564(92)
Mechanics of Overhead Sport Activities
567(7)
General Rehabilitation Considerations
574(5)
Rehabilitation Techniques
579(20)
Flexibility Exercises
599(11)
Strengthening Exercises
610(13)
Stabilization Exercises
623(8)
Plyometric Exercises
631(5)
Functional Activities
636(1)
Special Rehabilitation Applications
636(14)
Summary
650(2)
Critical Thinking Questions
652(1)
References
652(2)
Suggested Reading
654(2)
Elbow and Forearm
656(44)
General Rehabilitation Considerations
659(2)
Soft-Tissue Mobilization
661(9)
Joint Mobilization
670(4)
Flexibility Exercises
674(5)
Strengthening Exercises
679(6)
Functional Activities
685(1)
Special Rehabilitation Applications
686(10)
Summary
696(2)
Critical Thinking Questions
698(1)
References
698(1)
Suggested Reading
699(1)
Wrist and Hand
700(56)
General Rehabilitation Considerations
703(10)
Soft-Tissue Mobilization
713(5)
Joint Mobilization
718(7)
Flexibility Exercises
725(4)
Strengthening Exercises
729(9)
Plyometric Exercises
738(1)
Functional Activities
739(1)
Special Rehabilitation Applications
739(13)
Summary
752(2)
Critical Thinking Qustions
754(1)
References
755(1)
Suggested Reading
755(1)
Foot, Ankle, and Lower Leg
756(78)
General Rehabilitation Considerations
759(4)
Common Structural Deformities
763(5)
Orthotic Treatment for Foot Deformities
768(4)
Determining Proper Footwear for Patients
772(5)
Soft-Tissue Mobilization
777(12)
Deep-Tissue Massage
789(1)
Joint Mobilization
789(7)
Flexibility Exercises
796(4)
Strengthening Exercises
800(5)
Proprioceptive Exercises
805(6)
Functional Exercises
811(1)
Special Rehabilitation Applications
811(19)
Summary
830(2)
Critical Thinking Questions
832(1)
References
832(1)
Suggested Reading
833(1)
Knee and Thigh
834(72)
General Rehabilitation Considerations
837(10)
Soft-Tissue Mobilization
847(8)
Joint Mobilization
855(3)
Flexibility Exercises
858(6)
Strengthening Exercises
864(11)
Proprioceptive Exercises
875(1)
Functional Exercises
876(1)
Special Rehabilitation Applications
877(24)
Summary
901(1)
Critical Thinking Questions
902(1)
References
903(3)
Hip
906(49)
General Rehabilitation Considerations
909(4)
Soft-Tissue Mobilization
913(7)
Joint Mobilization
920(4)
Flexibility Exercises
924(8)
Strengthening Exercises
932(11)
Proprioceptive Exercises
943(1)
Functional Exercises
943(1)
Special Rehabilitation Applications
944(9)
Summary
953(1)
Critical Thinking Questions
954(1)
References
954(1)
Glossary 955(10)
Bibliography 965(16)
Index 981(30)
About the Author 1011


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