Sports-specific Rehabilitation

Sports-specific Rehabilitation

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A comprehensive resource for focusing on returning injured athletes to their optimal performance! This book discusses exercise principles; muscle fatigue, muscle damage, and overtraining concepts; pathophysiology of overuse injuries; core evaluation in sports-specific testing; physiological basis of exercise specific to sport; and special considerations for the athlete. Secial features such as evidence-based clinical application boxes provide the reader with a solid body of research upon which to base their practice. Aligned to the Guide to Physical Therapy Practice to help learn how to work with athletes' injuries and help them make a physical comeback while following best practices. Incorporation of muscle physiology demonstrates it as the basis for athlete's exercise prescription. Coverage of pathophysiology of overuse injuries illustrates the damage to the musculoskeletal system. Inclusion of treatment and training approaches for athletic rehabilitation shows how to restore the musculoskeletal system back to full flexibility, strength, power, and endurance. Evidence-based clinical application boxes found throughout the book cite key studies and provide real-world application to a clinical setting. Extensive photographs show hands-on demonstrations of important rehabilitation techniques, helping the cinician to accurately apply them during treatment.Hamill J, Bates BT, Holt KG: Timing of lower extremity joint actions during treadmill running, Med Sci Sports Exerc 24:807-813, 1992. 50. ... In Grieve GP, editor: Modern manual therapy of the vertebral column, pp. 197-201, New York, 1986, Churchill Livingstone. 56. Sale D: Neural adaptation in strength and power training.

Title:Sports-specific Rehabilitation
Author:Robert Donatelli
Publisher:Elsevier Health Sciences - 2007


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