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СКАЧАТЬ

Brukner P. and Khan K.
Clinical Sports Medicine
Third edition - «McGraw-Hill», 2008 - 1084 pages.

Contents

Part A: Fundamental Principles
  1. Sports medicine: the team approach
  2. Sports injuries
  3. Pain: where is it coming from?
  4. Beware: Conditions masquerading as sports injuries
  5. Biomechanics of common sporting activities
  6. Principles of injury prevention – now with new author Roald Bahr
  7. Recovery
  8. Principles of diagnosis: clinical assessment
  9. Principles of diagnosis: Investigations including imaging
  10. Principles of treatment
  11. Core stability
  12. Principles of rehabilitation
Part B: Regional Problems
  1. Sports Concussion – updated with the most recent Prague Concussion Guidelines
  2. Headache
  3. Facial injuries
  4. Neck pain
  5. Shoulder pain
  6. Elbow and arm pain
  7. Wrist, hand and finger injuries – completely revised with new author team
  8. Thoracic and chest pain
  9. Low back pain
  10. Buttock pain
  11. Acute Hip and groin pain
  12. Longstanding groin pain
  13. Anterior thigh pain
  14. Posterior thigh pain
  15. Acute knee injuries
  16. Anterior knee pain
  17. Lateral, medial and posterior knee pain
  18. Shin pain
  19. Calf pain
  20. Pain in the Achilles region (this entire chapter is online) – vastly updated to include novel therapies
  21. Acute ankle injuries
  22. Ankle pain
  23. Foot pain
  24. The patient with longstanding symptoms
Part C: Enhancing Sport Performance
  1. Maximizing performance: nutrition
  2. Maximizing sporting performance: To use or not to use supplements
  3. Maximizing performance: psychology principles for clinicians
Part D: Special Groups of Participants
  1. The younger athlete
  2. Women and activity-related issues across the lifespan
  3. The older person who exercises
  4. The disabled athlete
Part E: Management of Medical Problems
  1. Sport and exercise-associated emergencies: On-site management
  2. Cardiovascular symptoms during exercise
  3. Respiratory symptoms during exercise
  4. Gastrointestinal symptoms during exercise
  5. Diabetes mellitus
  6. The athlete with epilepsy
  7. Joint-related symptoms without acute injury
  8. Common sports-related infections
  9. The tired athlete
  10. Exercise in the heat
  11. Exercise at the extremes of cold and altitude
  12. Exericise prescription for health
Part F: Practical Sports Medicine
  1. The preparticipation physical evaluation
  2. Screening the elite athlete
  3. Providing team care
  4. Traveling with a team
  5. Medical coverage of endurance events
  6. Drugs and the athlete
  7. Ethics and sports medicine

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СКАЧАТЬ

Herrera, Joseph E.; Cooper, Grant
Essential Sports Medicine
«Springer», 2008 - 198 pages.

Оглавление

  1. Preparticipation Evaluation
  2. Traumatic Brain Injury in Sports
  3. Facial Trauma
  4. Cervical Spine Injuries
  5. Shoulder Injuries
  6. Elbow and Forearm Injuries
  7. Hand and Wrist Injuries
  8. Lower Back Injuries
  9. Hip Injuries
  10. Knee Injuries
  11. Ankle and Foot Injuries
  12. Hydration and Nutrition for the Athlete.
  13. Banned and Approved Substances

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Jennifer L. Minigh
Sports Medicine: Health and Medical Issues Today
«Greenwood Press», 2007 - 251 pages.

Contents

Section One - Overview
  1. The Field of Sports Medicine
  2. History of Sports Medicine
  3. Common Sports Injuries
  4. The Impact of a Sports Injury—Who Does It Hurt?
  5. Doping
  6. The Future of Sports Science
Section Two - Controversies and Issues
  1. Issue: Informed Consent
  2. Issue: Who Has the Right to Play?
  3. Issue: Are Sports Too Aggressive and Violent?
  4. Issue: Performance Enhancement
  5. Issue: Who Is Liable?
  6. Issue: Who Has the Right to Know and to Tell
  7. Issue: Medical Advertising
  8. Issue: Nutrition
  9. Issue: How Much Is Too Much?
Section Three - References and Resources
  1. Annotated Primary Source Documents
  2. Timeline of Sports Medicine Issues
  3. Glossary
  4. Further Reading
Index

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Donald H. Johnson and Robert A. Pedowitz
Practical Orthopaedic Sports Medicine & Arthroscopy
1st Edition - «Lippincott Williams & Wilkins», 2007 - 1012 pages.

Contents

Section 1 - Basic Science
  1. Periarticular Ligamentous Tissue: A Biochemical and Physiologic Assessment
  2. Meniscus
  3. Articular Cartilage: A Brief Review of its Structure, Function, and Repair
  4. Skeletal Muscle and Tendon
Section 2 - Spine
  1. Cervical Spine Injuries in the Athlete
  2. The Thoracolumbar Spine
  3. Functional Spinal Rehabilitation
Section 3 - Thoracic Area
  1. Scapulothoracic Dysfunction, Burners, Stingers, Thoracic Outlet Syndrome, and Miscellaneous Nerve Injuries
Section 4 - Head Injuries
  1. Head Injuries and Concussion
Section 5 - Shoulder
  1. Shoulder Anatomy and Biomechanics
  2. Shoulder Impingement
  3. Shoulder Labral Tears and Instability
  4. The Rotator Cuff
  5. Biceps Tendon
  6. Cartilage
  7. Pectoralis Major Tendon Ruptures
  8. Acute Injuries: Shoulder Fractures and Acromioclavicular and Sternoclavicular Joint Injuries
  9. Adhesive Capsulitis
  10. Arthroscopic Rotator Cuff Repair
  11. Thermal Treatment, Sutures, Knots, and Bone Anchors
  12. Throwing Injuries
  13. Principles of Shoulder Rehabilitation
Section 6 - Upper Extremity
  1. Elbow Injuries
  2. Injuries of the Wrist and Hand
Section 7 - Hip and Thigh
  1. Anatomy and Kinematics of the Hip
  2. Hip Arthroscopy
  3. Intra-Articular Lesions
  4. Hip Morphology and Related Pathology
  5. Extra-Articular Lesions
  6. Snapping Hip Syndrome
  7. Occult Groin Injuries: Athletic Pubalgia, Sports Hernia, and Osteitis Pubis
  8. Sports Related Bony Lesions of the Hip: Fractures, Stress Fractures, Avulsion, AVN, Dislocation, and Subluxation
Section 8 - Knee
  1. Basic Science of the Knee
  2. The Anterior Cruciate Ligament
  3. Medial Collateral Ligament
  4. The Posterior Cruciate Ligament
  5. The ACL PCL Injured (Dislocated) Knee
  6. The Meniscus
  7. Meniscus Allografts
  8. Patellar Problems in Athletes
  9. Fractures — Tibial Plateau, Distal Femur, Patella, Avulsions of the Intercondylar EminencE, Osgood-Schlatter Disease
  10. Tendon Disorders
  11. Chondral Injuries and osteoarthritis
  12. Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction with Patellar Tendon Autograft: Principles of Rehabilitation
Section 9 - Leg, Ankle, and Foot
  1. Leg, Ankle, and Foot: History, Physical, and Investigations
  2. Muscle Strains and Contusions
  3. Chronic Compartment Syndrome
  4. Instability of the Ankle
  5. Treatment of Osteochondral Lesions of the Talar Dome
  6. Tendon Disorders in the Lower Extremity
  7. Stress Fractures of the Athletic Leg, Ankle, and Foot
  8. Ligamentous Lisfranc Joint Injuries: Leg/Ankle/Foot: Midfoot Injuries, Lisfranc
  9. Hallux Valgus in the Athlete
Section 10 - General Topics
  1. Stress Fractures in Athletes
  2. Female Issues in Sport: Risk Factors and Prevention of ACL Injuries
  3. Ligament Injuries in Children and Adolescents
  4. Environmental Issues for the Athlete
  5. Team Physician Issues
  6. Traveling Team Physician
  7. Mass Participation Events

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Walter R. Frontera, Stanley A. Herring, Lyle J. Micheli and Julie K. Silver
Clinical Sports Medicine: Medical Management and Rehabilitation
1st Edition - «SAUNDERS», 2007.

Contents

Section 1 - General Scientific and Medical Concepts
  1. An Overview of Sports Medicine
  2. Principles of Exercise Physiology and Conditioning
  3. The Pole of Diet and Nutritional Supplements
  4. Doping and Sports
  5. Traveling with Sports Teams
  6. General Medical Problems of the Athlete
  7. Special Considerations in the Pediatric and Adolescent Athlete
  8. Special Considerations in the Female Athlete
  9. Special Considerations in the Older Athlete
  10. Special Considerations in the Disabled Athlete
  11. Special Considerations for Patients with Chronic Illness or Disease
Section 2 - Principles of Injury Care and Rehabilitation
  1. Pre-Participation Evaluation
  2. Field Evaluation of the Injured Athlete
  3. Laboratory Tests and Diagnostic Imaging
  4. Prescribing Medications for Pain and Inflammation
  5. Physical Modalities
  6. Exercise in the Rehabilitation of the Athlete
  7. Propnoception and Coordination
  8. Aquatic Rehabilitation
  9. Functional Restoration: Return to Training and Competition
  10. Common Inactions in the Injured Athlete
  11. Orthotic Devices for Injury Prevention and Rehabilitation
  12. Complementary and Alternative Medicine and the Athlete
Section 3 - Specific Injuries by Anatomical Location
  1. Athletic Head Injuries
  2. Neck Injuries
  3. Shoulder Injuries
  4. Hand and Wrist Injuries
  5. Mid- and Low-back Injuries
  6. Hip and Pelvis Injuries
  7. Thigh Injuries
  8. Knee Injuries
  9. Leg Injuries
  10. Ankle Injuries
  11. Foot Injuries

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СКАЧАТЬ

MacAuley D. and Best T.M.
Evidence-based Sports Medicine
Second edition - «Blackwell», 2007 - 615 pages.

Contents

Section 1: Prevention
  1. Is it possible to prevent sports and recreation injuries? A systematic review of randomized controlled trials, with recommendations for future work
  2. Evidence-based preparticipation physical examination
  3. Does stretching help prevent injuries?
  4. What effect do core strength and stability have on injury prevention and recovery?
  5. Do foot orthoses prevent injury?
  6. Who should retire after repeated concussions?
  7. What recommendations should be made concerning exercising with fever and/or acute infection?
  8. Should you play sport with a congenital or acquired abnormality of a solid abdominal organ?
  9. What type of exercise reduces falls in older people?
  10. Is there a role for exercise in the prevention of osteoporotic fractures?
Section 2: Acute injury
  1. What is the role of ice in soft-tissue injury management?
  2. Compression
  3. NSAIDs and pain management in sports
    Section 3: Chronic conditions
  1. Benefits of regular exercise in the treatment and management of bronchial asthma
  2. What is the role of exercise in the prevention of back pain?
  3. How should you treat spondylolysis in the athlete?
Section 4: Injuries to the upper limb
  1. How evidence-based is our examination of the shoulder?
  2. How effective are diagnostic tests for the assessment of rotator cuff disease of the shoulder?
  3. How should you treat an athlete with a first-time dislocation of the shoulder?
  4. Are corticosteroid injections as effective as physiotherapy for the treatment of a painful shoulder?
  5. How should you treat tennis elbow? An updated scientific evidence-based approach
Section 5: Injuries to the groin and knee
  1. How reliable is the physical examination in the diagnosis of sports-related knee injuries?
  2. What is the optimal treatment of acute anterior cruciate ligament injury?
  3. What is the most appropriate treatment for patellar tendinopathy?
  4. How do you treat chronic groin pain?
Section 6: Injuries to the lower leg
  1. How evidence-based is our clinical examination of the ankle?
  2. Can we prevent ankle sprains?
  3. How should you treat a stress fracture?
  4. What is the best treatment of subcutaneous rupture of the Achilles tendon?
  5. How to manage plantar fasciitis
Multiple-choice question answers
Index

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Douglas B. McKeag and James L. Moeller
ACSM's Primary Care Sports Medicine
2nd Edition - «Lippincott Williams & Wilkins», 2007.

Contents

Part 1 - Basic Science and Sports Medicine
  1. Primary Care Perspective
  2. Epidemiology of Athletic Injuries
  3. Exercise Physiology and Exercise Testing
  4. Nutrition
Part 2 - Preventive Sports Medicine
  1. Preparticipation Screening
  2. Conditioning and Training Programs for Athletes/Nonathletes
  3. Exercise as Medicine: The Role of Exercise in Treating Chronic Disease
  4. Injury Prevention
  5. Covering Athletic Competition
Part 3 - Clinical Sports Medicine
  1. Management of On-site Emergencies
  2. Respiratory System
  3. Gastrointestinal System
  4. Cardiovascular System
  5. Head Injuries
  6. Peripheral Neuropathy
  7. Genitourinary System
  8. Dermatologic Conditions in Athletes
  9. Acute Infections
  10. Hematology
  11. Endocrine
  12. Environment
  13. Challenged Athletes
  14. Common Sports-Related Injuries and Illnesses: Generic Conditions
  15. Head and Neck
  16. The Shoulder and Upper Extremity
  17. The Elbow
  18. Wrist, Hand, and Finger Injuries
  19. Chest and Abdominal Wall
  20. Thoracic and Lumbar Spine
  21. Pelvis, Hip, and Upper Leg
  22. Knee Injuries
  23. Lower Leg and Ankle
  24. Foot and Toes
Part 4 - Diagnostic Studies, Rehabilitation, and Associated Areas
  1. Imaging in Sports Medicine
  2. Rehabilitation
  3. Sport Psychology
  4. Drug Use
Part 5 - Sports Medicine and Your Community
  1. Building a Sports Medicine Practice and Network
  2. Patient and Community Education on Physical Fitness

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СКАЧАТЬ

Darren L. Johnson and Scott D. Mair
Clinical Sports Medicine
1st Edition - «Mosby», 2006.

Contents

I - Overview
  1. The Role of the Team Physician
  2. The Prepartmipation Physical Examination
  3. On-Field Emergencies and Preparedness
  4. Cardiac Problems and Sudden Death
  5. Medications, Supplements, and Ergogenic Drugs
  6. Environmental Stressors
  7. Psychological Aspects of Healing the Injured Athlete
  8. The Female Athlete
  9. The Pediatric Athlete
  10. The Older Athlete
  11. Principles of Rehabilitation
  12. Safety Issues for Musculoskeletal Allografts
  13. Muscle Injuries
  14. Head Injuries
  15. Cervical Spine
II - Shoulder
  1. Physical Examination and Evaluation
  2. Principles of Shoulder Arthroscopy
  3. Anterior Instability
  4. Posterior Instability
  5. Multidirectional Instability
  6. Overuse Injuries
  7. Superior Labrum Anterior to Postenor Lesions
  8. Internal Impingement
  9. Biceps Tendon Disorders
  10. Rotator Cuff Disorders
  11. Disorders of the Acromioclavicular Joint
  12. Clavicle Fractures and Sternoclavicular Injuries
  13. Scapulothoracic Disorders
  14. Nerve Injuries
  15. Traumatic Shoulder Muscle Ruptures
  16. Pediatric Shoulder
  17. Shoulder Rehabilitation
III - Elbow
  1. Physical Examination and Evaluation
  2. Instability and Arthroscopy
  3. Overuse Injuries, Tendonosis, and Nerve Compression
  4. Tendon Ruptures
  5. Pediatric Elbow
IV - Wrist and Hand
  1. Physical Examination and Evaluation Chapter
  2. Carpal Fractures Chapter
  3. Wrist Soft-Tissue Injuries Chapter
  4. Hand Injuries Chapter
  5. Hand and Wrist Rehabilitation
V - Lower Back and Pelvis Chapter
  1. Lumbar Spine Chapter
  2. Abdomen and Pelvis Chapter
  3. Hip Joint
VI - Knee
  1. Physical Examination and Evaluation
  2. Principles of Knee Arthroscopy
  3. Meniscal Injury
  4. Articular Cartilage
  5. Graft Choices in Ligament Surgery
  6. Anterior Cruciate Ligament
  7. Complex Issues in Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction
  8. Posterior Cruciate Ligament
  9. Medial Collateral Ligament
  10. Posterolateral Corner
  11. Multihgament Knee Injuries
  12. Patellofemoral Instability
  13. Tendon Ruptures
  14. Arthritis in the Athlete
  15. Overuse Injuries
  16. The Stiff Knee
  17. Pediatric Knee
  18. Knee Rehabilitation
  19. Thigh and Leg
VII - Ankle and Foot
  1. Physical Examination and Evaluation
  2. Ankle Ligament Injury and Instability
  3. Ankle Intra-articular Injury
  4. Ankle Fractures and Syndesmosis Injuries
  5. Ankle Tendon Disorders and Ruptures
  6. Midfoot and Hindfoot
  7. Forefoot and Toes
  8. Foot and Ankle Rehabilitation

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СКАЧАТЬ

Jesse C. Delee, David Drez JR. and Mark D. Miller
Orthopaedic Sports Medicine: Principles and Practice
2nd Edition - «SAUNDERS», 2003.

Contents

  1. Basic Science and Injury of Muscle, Tendon, and Ligaments
  2. Basic Science and Injury of Articular Cartilage, Menisci, and Bone
  3. The Effects of Medications in Sports Injuries
  4. Bio mechanics
  5. Research Design and Statistics in Sports Medicine
  6. Surgical Principles
  7. Risk Assessment and Management of Nonorthopaedic Conditions
  8. Rehabilitation
  9. Complex Regional Pain Syndromes Including Reflex Sympalhetic Dyslrophy and Causa Igia
  10. Nutrition for Sports
  11. Sports Pharmacology
  12. Sport Psychology and Injured Athletes
  13. The Female Athlete
  14. The Orthopaedically Disabled Athlete
  15. Environmental Stress
  16. Imaging Techniques
  17. Special Considerations in the Pediatric and Adolescent Athlete
  18. The Team Physician: The Preparticipation Examination and On-Field Emergencies
  19. Head Injuries
  20. Cervical Spine
  21. Shoulder
  22. Arm
  23. Elbow and Forearm
  24. Wrist and Hand
  25. Hip and Pelvis
  26. Thigh
  27. Thoracolumbar Spine
  28. Knee
  29. The Leg
  30. Foot and Ankle

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Kjar M.,Krogsgaard M., Magnusson P.,Engebretsen L., Roos H., Takala T Savio L-Y Woo S. L-Y.
Textbook of Sports Medicine: Basic Science and Clinical Aspects of Sports Injury and Physical Activity
«Blackwell», 2003 - 810 pages.

Contents

Part 1: Basic Science of Physical Activity and Sports Injuries: Principles of Training
  1. Cardiovascular and respiratory aspects of exercise—endurance training
  2. Metabolism during exercise—energy expenditure and hormonal changes
  3. Skeletal muscle: physiology, training and repair after injury
  4. Neuromuscular aspects of exercise—adaptive responses evoked by strength training
  5. Biomechanics of locomotion
  6. Connective tissue in ligaments, tendon and muscle: physiology and repair, and musculoskeletal flexibility
  7. Cartilage tissue—loading and overloading
  8. Bone tissue—bone training
Part 2: Aspects of Human Performance
  1. Recovery after training—inflammation, metabolism, tissue repair and overtraining,
  2. Principles of rehabilitation following sports injuries: sports-specific performance testing
  3. Physical activity and environment
  4. Nutrition and fluid intake with training
  5. Ergogenic aids (doping) and phamacological injury treatment
Part 3: Physical activity: Health Achievements vs. Sports Injury
  1. Epidemiology and prevention of sports injuries
  2. Exercise as disease prevention
  3. Physical activity in the elderly
  4. Exercise in healthy and chronically diseased children
  5. Disabled individuals and exercise
Part 4: Exercise in Acute and Chronic Medical Diseases
  1. Cardiovascular and peripheral vessel diseases
  2. Exercise and infectious diseases
  3. Osteoarthritis
  4. Exercise in the treatment of type 1 and 2 diabetes
  5. Asthma and chronic airway disease
  6. Amenorrhea, osteoporosis, and eating disorders in athletes
  7. Physical activity and obesity
  8. Gastrointestinal considerations
Part 5: Imaging in Sports Medicine
  1. Imaging of sports injuries
Part 6: Sports Injury: Regional Considerations. Diagnosis and Treatment
  1. Lower leg, ankle and foot
  2. Knee
  3. Hip, groin and pelvis
  4. Head
  5. Spine
  6. Shoulder
  7. Elbow, wrist and hand
  8. Practical sports medicine
  9. Multiple Choice Answers Index

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Dennis J. Caine, Peter A. Harmer, Melissa A. Schiff
Epidemiology of Injury in Olympic Sports
«Wiley-Blackwall», 2009 - 520 pages.

Contents

Part 1: Summer Sports
  1. Aquatics
  2. Archery
  3. Athletics
  4. Badminton
  5. Baseball
  6. Basketball
  7. Boxing
  8. Cycling
  9. Equestrian
  10. Fencing
  11. Field Hockey
  12. Gymnastics
  13. Judo
  14. Modern Pentathlon
  15. Rowing
  16. Sailing
  17. Soccer (Football)
  18. Softball
  19. Taekwondo
  20. Team Handball (Handball)
  21. Tennis
  22. Triathlon
  23. Volleyball
  24. Weightlifting
  25. Wrestling
Part 2: Winter Sports
  1. Alpine Skiing
  2. Figure Skating
  3. Ice Hockey
  4. Snowboarding
Part 3: Paralympic Sports
  1. Paralympic Sports
Part 4: Injury Prevention and Further Research
  1. Injury Prevention in Sports

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Semyon Slobounov
Injuries in athletics: Causes and consequences
«Springer», 2008 - 534 pages.

Contents

Preface
Foreword
Acknowledgements
Part I - Foundations of Injury in Athletics
  1. Classification of Injuries in Athletics
  2. Science of Training and Injury in Athletics
  3. Balance as a Risk Factor for Athletic Injuries
  4. Fatigue-Related Injuries in Athletes
  5. Nutrition as a Risk Factor for Injury in Elite Athletes
Part II - Coaches and Athletes’ Perspectives of Injury
  1. Injury in Athletics: Coaches’ Point of View
  2. Injury from Athletes’ Perspectives
  3. Interviews with Injured Athletes
  4. Overuse Injuries: Students’ Points of View
  5. Fitness Assessment in Athletes
Part III - Psychological Traumas in Athletes
  1. Psychological Trauma: Unfortunate Experience in Athletics
  2. Fear as Adaptive or Maladaptive Form of Emotional Response
  3. Fear of Injury, Kinesiophobia & Perceived Risk
  4. Multiple Facets of Pain due to Injury
  5. Psychological Trauma: Case Studies
  6. Psychological Trauma: Age & Gender Factors
Part IV - Concussion in Athletes
  1. Concussion: Why Bother?
  2. Concussion Classification: Historical Perspectives and Current Trends
  3. Evaluation of Concussion: Signs and Symptoms
  4. Traumatic Brain Injuries in Children
Part V - Injury Rehabilitation
  1. Integrated Injury Rehabilitation
  2. EEG & Neurofeedback in Rehabilitation
  3. Virtual Reality in Injury Rehabilitation
Index

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СКАЧАТЬ

Lyle J. Micheli, Laura Purcell
The Adolescent Athlete: A Practical Approach
«Springer», 2007 - 444 pages.

Contents

Section I - Rehabilitation and Diagnosis
  1. Principles of Rehabilitation
  2. Diagnostic Imaging
Section II - Anatomic Regions
  1. Traumatic Head Injuries
  2. Cervical and Thoracic Spine Injuries
  3. Lumbar Spine Injuries
  4. Thoracoabdominal Injuries
  5. Adolescent Shoulder Injuries
  6. Elbow and Forearm Injuries
  7. Injuries to the Wrist, Hand, and Fingers
  8. Pelvic, Hip, and Thigh Injuries
  9. Knee Injuries
  10. Lower Leg Injuries
  11. Foot and Ankle Injuries
Appendices
  1. Sports and Children: Consensus Statement on Organized Sports for Children
  2. Position Statement on Girls and Women in Sport
  3. IOC Consensus Statement on Training Elite the Child Athlete

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Christer Rolf
The Sports Injuries Handbook: Diagnosis and Management
«A&C Black», London, 2007 - 1948 pages.

Contents

INTRODUCTION – Injury management, rehabilitation and exercise ‘on prescription’
CHAPTER 1 – What is a sports injury?
CHAPTER 2 – Diagnosis, Diagnosis, Diagnosis!
CHAPTER 3 – Exercise ‘on prescription’
CHAPTER 4 – Sport ‘on prescription’
FOOT INJURIES
ANKLE INJURIES
LOWER LEG INJURIES
KNEE INJURIES
THIGH AND GROIN INJURIES
WRIST AND HAND INJURIES
ELBOW INJURIES
SHOULDER INJURIES
Glossary

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Dennis J. Caine and Nicola Maffulli
Epidemiology of Pediatric Sports Injuries: Individual Sports
«Kanger», 2003 - 210 pages.

Contents

  1. Epidemiology of Children’s Individual Sports Injuries
  2. Equestrian Injuries
  3. Gymnastics Injuries
  4. Martial Arts Injuries
  5. Skiing and Snowboarding Injuries
  6. Tennis Injuries
  7. Track and Field Injuries
  8. Wrestling Injuries
  9. Injury Prevention and Future Research
    Subject Index

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Dennis J. Caine and Nicola Maffulli
Epidemiology of Pediatric Sports Injuries: Team Sports
«Kanger», 2003 - 210 pages.

Contents

  1. The Epidemiology of Children’s Team Sports Injuries
  2. Baseball Injuries
  3. Basketball Injuries
  4. Gridiron Football Injuries
  5. Ice Hockey Injuries
  6. Rugby Injuries
  7. Soccer Injuries
  8. Injury Prevention and Future Research
    Subject Index

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Peterson L. and Renstrom P.
Sports Injuries: their prevention and treatment
1st Edition - «Martin Dunitz», 1995, 480 pages.

Contents

  1. General Principles
  2. Injuries to Musculoskeletal Tissues
  3. Mechanism and Etiology of Injuries
  4. Protective Equipment
  5. Acute Treatment Principles
  6. Shoulder and Upper Arm
  7. Elbow
  8. Forearm, Wrist and Hand
  9. Back
  10. Groin and Thigh
  11. Knee
  12. Lower Leg
  13. Ankle
  14. Foot
  15. Head and Trunk
  16. Children and Adolescents
  17. Environmental Problems
  18. Specialized Activities
  19. General Risk Factors
  20. Rehabilitation Programs
  21. Glossary
Более подробное оглавление с подглавами

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Freddie H. Fu, David A., M.D. Stone
Sports Injuries: Mechanisms, Prevention, Treatment
2nd edition - «Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins», 1994 - 1948 pages.

Contents

SECTION 1: EVALUATION, TRAINING, AND SPECIAL CONCERNS
  1. Customizing the Preparticipation Evaluation
  2. Conditioning and Training
  3. The Athletic Trainer
  4. Environmental Factors in Athletic Performance
  5. Biomechanics of Ligaments in Sports Medicine
  6. Rehabilitation
  7. Medical Problems
  8. Cardiovascular Evaluation of the Athlete
  9. Ergogenic Drug Use in Sports
  10. Special Concerns of the Pediatric Athlete
  11. The Aging Athlete
  12. Special Concerns of the Female Athlete
  13. Disabled Athlete
SECTION 2: SPORT-SPECIFIC INJURIES
  1. Baseball Injuries
  2. Basketball
  3. Bicycling
  4. Boxing
  5. Competitive Diving
  6. Cricket
  7. Dance
  8. Emergency Medical Care at Sports Events
  9. Equestrian Sports
  10. Fencing
  11. Football
  12. Golf
  13. Gymnastics
  14. Ice Hockey
  15. Skating: Figure, Speed, Long-Distance, and In-Line
  16. Judo and Karate
  17. Canoeing and Kayaking
  18. Lacrosse
  19. Nordic and Alpine Skiing
  20. Power Lifting, Weight Lifting, and Bodybuilding
  21. Racquet Sports
  22. Rugby
  23. Running
  24. Scuba Diving
  25. Soccer
  26. Surfing
  27. Swimming
  28. Track and Field
  29. Triathlon
  30. Volleyball
  31. Water Skiing
  32. Wrestling
SECTION 3: MANAGEMENT AND TREATMENT OF SYSTEMIC AND REGIONAL INJURIES
  1. Soft Tissue Athletic Injury
  2. Dermatology
  3. Sports Neurology
  4. Head Injuries
  5. Treatment of Sports Eye Injuries
  6. Cervical Spine and Spinal Cord Injuries
  7. Lumbar Spine Injuries in Athletes
  8. Shoulder Injuries
  9. Elbow Injuries
  10. Hand and Wrist Injuries
  11. Knee Injuries
  12. Foot and Ankle Injuries
  13. Abdominal Injuries
  14. Chest Injuries
  15. The Emotionally Intelligent Sports Medicine Practitioner

Медицинские аспекты отдельных видов спорта


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Ana Bracilovic
Essential Dance Medicine
«Springer», 2009 - 178 pages.

Contents

  1. Foot Injuries
  2. Ankle Injuries
  3. Knee and Shin Injuries
  4. Hip Injuries
  5. Spine Injuries
  6. Shoulder Injuries
  7. Elbow, Wrist, and Hand Injuries
  8. Dance Glossary

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Douglas B. McKeag
Basketball: Handbook of Sports Medicine and Science
«Blackwell», 2003 - 235 pages.

Contents

  1. Epidemiology of basketball injuries
  2. Physiology of basketball
  3. Nutrition guidelines for basketball
  4. Preventive medicine in basketball
  5. Preparticipation screening and the basketball player
  6. The young basketball player
  7. The female athlete
  8. The special basketball player
  9. Psychological issues in basketball
  10. Basketball injuries: head and face considerations
  11. Cardiovascular considerations in basketball
  12. Medical illness
  13. Spine and pelvis
  14. Basketball injuries: upper extemity considerations
  15. Lower extremity considerations
    Index

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Jonathan C. Reeser and Roald Bahr
Volleyball: Handbook of Sports Medicine and Science
«Blackwell», 2003 - 248 pages.

Contents

  1. Introduction: a brief history of the sport of volleyball
Part 1 Basic and Applied Science
  1. Energy demands in the sport of volleyball
  2. The biomechanics of jumping
  3. Peak conditioning for volleyball
  4. Optimal nutrition and hydration for the volleyball athlete
Part 2 The Volleyball Medical Professional
  1. The role of the volleyball medical professional: the preparticipation examination
  2. Medical coverage of volleyball events
Part 3 Volleyball Injuries
  1. Volleyball injury epidemiology
  2. Environmental concerns in volleyball
  3. Injury prevention
  4. Principles of volleyball injury rehabilitation
  5. Shoulder injuries in volleyball
  6. Knee and ankle injuries in volleyball
  7. Other volleyball-related injuries
Part 4 Special Considerations
  1. The young volleyball athlete
  2. The female volleyball athlete
  3. The disabled volleyball athlete
  4. The elite volleyball athlete
Part 5 Performance Enhancement
  1. Ergogenic aids
  2. Visual perception and decision making in volleyball
  3. Applications of sports psychology to volleyball
Index

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John A. Hawley
Running: Handbook of Sports Medicine and Science
«Blackwell», 2000 - 96 pages.

Contents

  1. Physiology and biochemistry of sprinting
  2. Physiology and biochemistry of middle distance and long distance running
  3. Biomechanics of running
  4. Training techniques for successful running performance
  5. Nutrition for runners
  6. Medical considerations for runners
    Index

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Joel M. Stager and David A. Tanner
Swimming: Handbook of Sports Medicine and Science
Second edition, «Blackwell», 2005 - 150 pages.

Contents

  1. Energy systems
  2. Central adaptations: heart, blood, and lung
  3. Peripheral adaptations: the skeletal muscles
  4. The mechanics of swimming
  5. Resistance and propulsion
  6. Psychology
  7. Medical issues related to swimming
  8. Training and testing of competitive swimmers
    Index

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Niels H. Secher and Stefanos Volianitis
Rowing: Handbook of Sports Medicine and Science
«Blackwell», 2007 - 174 pages.

Contents

  1. History
  2. Biomechanics
  3. The oarsman
  4. Physiology
  5. Overtraining
  6. Psychology
  7. Training
  8. Performance assessment
  9. Nutrition
  10. The senior oarsman
  11. Sports medicine
  12. Adaptive rowing
  13. Racing Appendix: Development of results
    Index

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Per A.F.H. Renstrom
Tennis: Handbook of Sports Medicine and Science
«Blackwell», 2002 - 335 pages.

Contents

  1. Biomechanics of tennis
  2. The tennis racket
  3. Shoes and surfaces in tennis: injury and performance aspects
  4. The physiological demands of tennis
  5. Nutrition in tennis
  6. Playing tennis in the heat: fluid and electrolyte balance
  7. Medical care of tennis players
  8. Travel and jet lag
  9. Strength training, flexibility training and physical conditioning
  10. Pre-participation profiling for tennis
  11. Pathophysiology of tennis injuriesan overview
  12. Foot problems in tennis
  13. Ankle problems in tennis
  14. Lower leg and Achilles tendon problems in tennis
  15. Knee injuries in tennis
  16. Spine injuries in tennis
  17. Hand and wrist injuries in tennis
  18. Elbow injuries in tennis
  19. Shoulder injuries in tennis
  20. Rehabilitation principles of injuries in tennis
  21. The psychology of tennis: gaining the mental advantage
  22. ITF involvement in tennis medicine and science
  23. Medical services in men’s and women’s professional tennis
    Index

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Robert J. Gregor and Francesco Conconi
Road Cycling: Handbook of Sports Medicine and Science
«Blackwell», 2000 - 140 pages.

Contents

  1. Anatomy, biochemistry and physiology of road cycling
  2. Biomechanics of road cycling
  3. Testing methods in road cycling
  4. Training the physiological characteristics employed in road cycling
  5. Nutrition for road cyclists
  6. Medical problems in road cycling
    Further reading
    Index

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Heikki Rusko
Cross Country Skiing: Handbook of Sports Medicine and Science
«Blackwell», 2003 - 198 pages.

Contents

  1. Physiology of cross country skiing
  2. Biomechanics of cross country skiing
  3. Training for cross country skiing
  4. Medical aspects of cross country skiing
  5. Special and practical issues in cross country skiing
  6. Psychological factors in cross country skiing
    Index

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Ramin Kordi, Nicola Maffulli, Randall R. Wroble and W. Angus Wallace
Combat Sports Medicine
«Springer», 2009 - 360 pages.

Contents

  1. Nutrition in Combat Sports
  2. Making Weight in Combat Sports
  3. Sport Psychology in Combat Sports
  4. Doping in Combat Sports
  5. Ethical and Social Issues in Combat Sports: Should Combat Sports be Banned?
  6. Acute and Chronic Brain Injury in Combat Sports
  7. Blood-Borne Infections in Combat Sports
  8. Skin Infections in Combat sports
  9. Women in Combat Sports
  10. Children in Combat Sports
  11. Professional Athlete
  12. Boxing
  13. Wrestling
  14. Judo
  15. Taekwondo
  16. Karate
  17. Wushu (Chinese Martial Arts)
  18. Mixed Martial Arts
  19. Kickboxing
    Index

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Friedrich Unterharnscheidt and Julia Taylor-Unterharnscheidt
Boxing - Medical Aspects
«ACADEMIC PRESS», 2003 - 796 pages.

Contents

  1. Impact Mechanics and Neuropathology of Closed Head Injury
  2. General Aspects of the Biomechanics of Boxing
  3. The so-called Second Impact Syndrome
  4. Prize Ring Rules
  5. Punches
  6. Illegal Punches
  7. Importance of Animal Models for the Interpretation of Boxing Injuries
  8. Injuries Apart from CNS Damage
  9. Eye Injuries
  10. Hearing Impairments
  11. Injuries to the Hand, Wrist, Muscles and Peripheral Nerves
  12. Injuries to Internal Organs
  13. Damage to the Central Nervous System
  14. Acute Clinical Findings
  15. Chronic Clinical Findings
  16. Electroencephalographic Findings in Boxers
  17. Acute Pathomorphological Findings
  18. Chronic Pathomorphological Findings
  19. Cavum septi pellucidi in the Population and in Boxers
  20. Punch Drunk Syndrome
  21. Why are Woodpeckers not Punch Drunk?
  22. Examples of Brain Damaged Boxers
  23. Fatal Incidents in the Boxing Ring
  24. Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) Exposure
  25. Amateur Boxing in the Armed Forces and Police Academies
  26. Statements of Medical Societies and their Perspectives of Boxing
  27. Discussion about Boxing Initiated
  28. Pros and Cons. Statements by Physicians, Officials, Writers, Moral Theologians, and Politicians, etc
  29. Boxer 'Nicknames'
  30. Boxing Spectators
  31. So-called 'Opponents' and Mismatches
  32. Purses in Boxing
  33. Karate
    Index

Частные вопросы спортивных травм


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Venu Akuthota and Stanley A. Herring
Nerve and Vascular Injuries in Sports Medicine
«Springer», 2009 - 202 pages.

Contents

Part I: Anatomy, Pathophysiology, and Diagnosis
  1. Causes of Numbness and Tingling in Athletes
  2. Diagnostic Tests for Nerve and Vascular Injuries
  3. Magnetic Resonance Neurography
  4. Physical Examination of the Peripheral Nerves and Vasculature
  5. Athletic Kinetic Chain Concepts in Nerve and Vascular Injuries
Part II: Upper Limb Syndromes
  1. Peripheral Nerve Injuries of the Elbow, Forearm, and Hand
  2. Peripheral Nerve Injuries of the Shoulder and Upper Arm
  3. Thoracic Outlet Syndrome
  4. Stingers: Understanding the Mechanism, Diagnosis, Treatment, and Prevention
Part III: Lower Limb Syndromes
  1. Peripheral Nerve Entrapment and Compartment Syndromes of the Lower Leg
  2. Peripheral Nerve Injuries of the Proximal Lower Limb in Athletes
  3. Lumbar Radicular and Referred Pain in the Athlete
  4. Vascular Injuries in the Lower Limb of Athletes
Index

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David A. Porter and Lew C. Schon
Baxter's The Foot and Ankle in Sport
2nd ed, «Mosby», 2007 - 202 pages.

Contents

Section 1 - Athletic Evaluation
  1. Assessment and treatment of the elite athlete: helpful hints and pertinent pearls
Section 2 - Sport Syndromes
  1. Impingement syndromes of the foot and ankle
  2. Stress Fractures: Their Causes and Principles of Treatment
  3. Problematic Stress Fractures of the Foot and Ankle
  4. Ankle and Midfoot Fractures and Dislocations
  5. Injuries to the Tibialis Anterior, Peroneal Tendons, and Long Flexors of the Toes
  6. Achilles Tendon Disorders including Tendinosis and Tears
  7. Posterior Tibialis Tendon Dysfunction
  8. Nerve Disorders and Plantar Heel Pain
  9. Arthritic, Metabolic, and Vascular Disorders
  10. Dermatologic, Infectious, and Nail Disorders
Section 3 - Anatomic Disorders in Sports
  1. Nonsurgical treatment of acute and chronic ankle instability
  2. Ankle Sprains, Ankle Instability, and Syndesmosis Injuries
  3. Osteochondral lesions of the talus and Occult Fractures of the foot and ankle
  4. Disorders of the Subtalar Joint, Including Subtalar Sprains and Tarsal Coalitions
  5. Diagnostic and Operative Ankle and Subtalar Joint Arthroscopy
  6. Lesser-Toe Disorders
  7. Great-Toe Disorders
  8. Bunion Deformity in Elite Athletes
  9. Chronic Leg Pain
Section 4 - Unique Problems in Sport and Dance
  1. Foot and ankle injuries in dancers
  2. An International Perspective on the Foot and Ankle in Sports
  3. Pediatric Problems and Rehabilitation Geared to the Young Athlete
  4. Unique Considerations for Foot and Ankle Injuries in the Female Athlete
  5. New Advances in the Foot and Ankle Section
5 - Athletic Shoes, Orthoses, and Rehabilitation
  1. The shoe in sports
  2. Orthoses and insert management of Common foot and ankle Problems
  3. Principles of Rehabilitation for the Foot and Ankle
  4. Epidemiology and Management Tips in the Professional Athlete
Bibliography

Другие вопросы спортивной медицины


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Britton W. Brewer
Sport Psychology: Handbook of Sports Medicine and Science
«Wiley-Blackwell», 2009 - 147 pages.

Contents

  1. Introduction
  2. Motivation
  3. Attention, concentration and thought management
  4. Management of competitive stress in elite sport
  5. Confi dence in sport
  6. Mental preparation for training and competition
  7. Enhancing team effectiveness
  8. Injury prevention and rehabilitation
  9. Clinical issues
  10. Child and adolescent development and sport participation
  11. Sport career termination
  12. Sport psychology in practice
    Index

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Walter R. Frontera
Rehabilitation of sports injuries: Scientific basis
«Blackwell», 2003 - 326 pages.

Contents

Part 1: Epidemiology and Pathology
  1. Epidemiology of Sports Injuries: Implications for Rehabilitation
  2. Pathophysiology of Injury
Part 2: Basic Science of Tissue Healing and Repair
  1. Skeletal Muscle Regeneration After Injury: Cellular and Molecular Events
  2. Tissue Healing and Repair: Tendons and Ligaments
  3. Tissue Healing and Repair: Bone and Cartilage
Part 3: Practical Issues
  1. Physiological and Performance Consequences of Training Cessation in Athletes: Detraining
  2. Physiological and Functional Implications of Injury
  3. Psychological Factors in Sports Injury Rehabilitation
Part 4: Clinical Rehabilitation Interventions
  1. Pharmacological Agents and Acupuncture in Rehabilitation
  2. Physical Modalities and Pain Management
  3. Flexibility and Joint Range of Motion
  4. Strength and Endurance
  5. Proprioception and Coordination
  6. Functional Rehabilitation and Return to Training and Competition
  7. Orthoses in the Prevention and Rehabilitation of Injuries
Index

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Ronald J. Maughan and Louise M. Burke
Sports Nutrition: Handbook of Sports Medicine and Science
«Blackwell», 2003 - 188 pages.

Contents

Part 1: Nutrition needs for training
  1. Exercise and energy demands
  2. Fuels used in exercise: carbohydrate and fat
  3. Protein and amino acid requirements of athletes
  4. Micronutrients: vitamins and minerals
  5. Fluids and electrolytes
  6. Alcohol and sport
Part 2: Nutrition for competition
  1. Preparation for competition
  2. Eating and drinking during exercise
  3. Post-event recovery
Part 3: Practical sports nutrition
  1. Assessing nutritional status and needs
  2. Changing size and body composition
  3. Dietary supplements and ergogenic aids
  4. Practical strategies to meet nutrition goals
  5. Eating well while traveling
  6. Strategies for special populations
  7. Strategies for special environments: heat
Index

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СКАЧАТЬ

Roger Bartlett
Sports Biomechanics: Reducing Injury and Improving Performance
«E & FN Spon», 1999 - 276 pages.

Contents

Part One: Biomechanics of Sports Injury
  1. Causes of injury and the properties of materials
      1.1 Causes of injury
      1.2 Biological and other materials
      1.3 Response of a material to load
      1.4 Bone
      1.5 Cartilage
      1.6 Muscle properties and behaviour
      1.7 Ligament and tendon properties
      1.8 Factors affecting properties of biological tissue
      1.9 Summary
      1.10 Exercises
      1.11 References
      1.12 Further reading
  2. Injuries in sport: how the body behaves under load
      2.1 Introduction
      2.2 Bone injuries
      2.3 Joint and soft tissue injuries
      2.3 Sports injuries to joints and associated tissues
      2.4 Genetic factors in sports injury
      2.5 Fitness and training status and injury
      2.6 Summary
      2.7 Exercises
      2.8 References
      2.9 Further reading
      Appendix: Musculoskeletal injury: some useful definitions
  3. The effects of sports equipment and technique on injury
      3.1 Sports surfaces
      3.2 Footwear: biomechanics and injury aspects
      3.3 Other sports and exercise equipment and injury
      3.4 Musculoskeletal injury—technique aspects
      3.5 Summary
      3.6 Exercises
      3.7 References
      3.8 Further reading
      Appendix Artificial surfaces
      Appendix Other surface characteristics
  4. Calculating the loads
      4.1 Introduction
      4.2 Forces acting on a body segment in two dimensions
      4.3 Determination of muscle forces from inverse dynamics
      4.4 Determination of ligament and bone forces
      4.5 An example of the estimation of a load causing
      4.6 Summary
      4.7 Exercises
      4.8 References
      4.9 Further reading
Part Two: Biomechanical Improvement of Sports Performance
  1. Aspects of biomechanical analysis of sports performance
      5.1 Principles of coordinated movement
      5.2 Biomechanical principles of coordinated movement
      5.3 Temporal and phase analysis
      5.4 Kinesiological analysis of sports movements
      5.5 Some limitations to kinesiological analysis
      5.6 Summary
      5.7 Exercises
      5.8 References
      5.9 Further reading
  2. Biomechanical optimisation of sports techniques
      6.1 Introduction
      6.2 The trial and error approach
      6.3 Statistical modelling
      6.4 Mathematical modelling
      6.5 Summary
      6.6 Exercises
      6.7 References
      6.8 Further reading
  3. Mathematical models of sports motions
      7.1 Introduction
      7.2 Optimal javelin release
      7.3 Simple models of the sports performer
      7.4 More complex models of the sports performer
      7.5 Models of skeletal muscle
      7.6 Summary
      7.7 Exercises
      7.8 References
      7.9 Further reading
  4. Feedback of results to improve performance
      8.1 The importance of feedback
      8.2 Technique assessment models and their limitations in feedback
      8.3 The role of technique training
      8.4 Information feedback and motor learning
      8.5 Use of computer-based feedback
      8.6 Summary
      8.7 Exercises
      8.8 References
      8.9 Further reading

 








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