Sports Medicine: Study Guide and Review for Boards is an entire analysis textual content material surveying the breadth of nonsurgical sports activities actions medicine. Masking topics pertinent to (and found on) the Sports Medicine board examination, the book is supposed as a important analysis software for candidates preparing for certification. All the subject areas examined on the boards are represented along with main science and widespread procedures; nicely being promotion and preventive factors; emergency analysis and care; and evaluation, administration, and treatment of the entire range of sports activities actions-related accidents and circumstances. The editors have used the examination content material materials outline as a blueprint for organizing the book so the world allotted to each chapter shows the corresponding emphasis of the topic on the examination.
Sports Medicine may also be a invaluable textual content material, providing the concise, high-yield info that residents, fellows, trainees, and clinicians in any self-self-discipline can use to enrich their teaching in non-operativesports medicine.
Choices of Sports Medicine IncludeWritten in outline format for ease of useComprehensive evaluation of all topics coated on the Sports Medicine board examinationMirrors group of the official examination content material materials outline; supplies is weighted in response to space allotted on the exact testEditors and authors are well-known specialists and teachers inside the topic of sports activities actions medicine and come from various specialties Consists of fairly a couple of figures and tables for instance key elements and enhance learningSelected references for further studyMulti-perform analysis software-could be utilized for board preparation or as a concise medical textual content material ;Preface, Contributors, I. Primary Topics, 1. Overview of the Examination, Mark A. Harrast and Jonathan T. Finnoff, 2. The Place of the Group Physician, Katherine Louise Dec and Larry Leone Benson, three. Practice Physiology, Jonathan T. Finnoff, 4. Sports Biomechanics, Mark A. Harrast, 5. Pharmacology, William J. Sullivan, 6. Guidelines of Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation, Mederic M. Hall and Jay Smith, 7. Sports Medicine Procedures, Michael Henrie and Stuart Willick, II. Properly being Promotion and Injury Prevention, eight. Preparticipation Examination, D. Harrison Youmans and Tracy R. Ray, 9. Conditioning and Teaching Strategies, Jacob L. Sellon and Jonathan T. Finnoff, 10. Vitamin, Susan M. Kleiner, Abbie E. Smith, and Cassandra Forsythe-Pribanic, eleven. Practice Prescription, Excercise Testing and Excercise Screening, Kenneth R. Mautner and Jerome T. Nichols, 12. Event Administration, John C. Cianca, 13. Braces and Defending Gear, Kelli M. Kyle and Jonathan T. Finnoff, III. Evaluation and Treatment of Sports Accidents and Circumstances, Musculoskeletal Accidents and Circumstances, 14. Widespread Concepts of Muscle and Tendon Accidents and Circumstances, Paul Gerrard and Joanne Borg-Stein, 15. Bone Accidents and Circumstances, Megan L. Noon, Anne Z. Hoch, and Omar Bhatti, sixteen. Cartilage and Joint Accidents and Circumstances, Brandee Waite, 17. Fracture and Dislocation Administration, Christopher A. Gee and Stuart Willick, 18. Cervical Spine Accidents and Circumstances, Christopher T. Plastaras and Somnang Pang, 19. Emergency Evaluation and Administration of Cervical Spine Accidents, Leah G. Concannon and Mark A. Harrast, 20. Lumbar Spine Accidents and Circumstances, Matthew D. Maxwell and Gary P. Chimes, 21. Shoulder Accidents and Circumstances, Mederic M. Hall and Jay Smith, 22. Elbow and Forearm Accidents and Circumstances, Steve J. Wisniewski, 23. Hand and Wrist Accidents and Circumstances, Joseph Michael Ihm, 24. Pelvis, Hip, and Thigh Accidents and Circumstances.