Managing Sports Injuries

Managing Sports Injuries

4.11 - 1251 ratings - Source

Now in its fourth edition with the revised title - Managing Sports Injuries: a guide for students and clinicians - this highly practical guide maintains its evidence-based approach while introducing new material from both research and clinical sources. It is a comprehensive resource for the management of soft-tissue injuries, focusing on therapy. Well referenced and extensively illustrated, this text continues to be invaluable to physiotherapists, sports and massage therapists, medical practitioners, and all those involved in the treatment of athletes and sports people. Full colour text and illustrations emphasizing all practical techniques Treatment notes expanded with added topics and basic examination protocols Additional material enhancing clinical value Practical qhow-to-doq approach enabling application of new techniques Updated research referencesa guide for students and clinicians Christopher M Norris. Definition Training volume is the total amount of training performed in a single workout session. ... timing (controlling movement from one station to another), layout (shape of circuit ) and exercise choice (free exercise, resistance, ... The number of repetitions may also be used to set the time, dictated either by the instructor or by the user (Table 4.15).

Title:Managing Sports Injuries
Author:Christopher M Norris
Publisher:Elsevier Health Sciences - 2011-06-30


You Must CONTINUE and create a free account to access unlimited downloads & streaming