BRUKNER & KHANS CLINICAL SPORTS MEDICINE - Brukner, Khan - Bok () | BokusKarim combines an active clinical sports medicine practice with a prolific research program related to tendinopathies, bone health, and exercise prescription for health. Part A - Fundamental principles 1. Sports and exercise medicine: the team approach 3. Sports injuries: acute 5. Pain: why and how does it hurt?
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This complete practical guide to physiotherapy and musculoskeletal medicine covers all aspects of diagnosis and contemporary management of sports-related injuries. This fifth edition has been expanded to accommodate a much higher level of evidence-based content. It reflects the huge amount of new research and significant changes in thinking since the fourth edition was published. For this volume, Injuries , all chapters have been comprehensively updated by sports physiotherapists and sports physicians at the top of their fields from around the world. An ebook with linked masterclass videos is also available.
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The information amassed by an international group of more than experienced and respected physiotherapists, physicians, and scientists makes this authoritative resource a must-have for physiotherapists serving athletes, teams, and active people in the community. This fourth edition of Clinical Sports Medicine has evolved significantly from earlier versions and includes 13 new chapters covering such topics as physical activity promotion, challenging hip pain, hand and finger injuries, medical emergencies in the sporting context, and exercise to treat neurological diseases. Many chapters have undergone major updates, resulting in a clinically relevant and comprehensive book that continues to be a respected guide to the complete medical care of people participating in physical activity and sport.
Edited by Peter Brukner, Karim Khan. ISBN This book is the third edition in what has become an essential text for physiotherapists, sports doctors and sports physicians worldwide. Its strength lies in the multidisciplinary approach to regional problems seen in sports medicine. From the practitioners' point of view, the book looks at problem solving and assessing individual issues from the point of patient presentation rather than the diagnosis. Brukner and Khan have enhanced the book by including key guest contributors who are leaders in their field.