5 edition of The Lower Extremity & Spine in Sports Medicene (2 Volume Set) found in the catalog.
November 1, 1994
Written in English
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The hand and upper extremity is a unique and complex structure. In fact, approximately 25% of the bones in our bodies are found in our hands alone. Small bones called carpals, metacarpals, and phalanges make up wrist, palm, and fingers respectively. The two long bones of the lower arm, called the radius and ulna, meet at the hand to form the wrist joint. There are no muscles in our fingers. Lower-Extremity Rehabilitation. Taylor, Cole R. MD 1; Knobloch, Alexander C. MD 2. Author Information. 1 Military National Capital Consortium Primary Care Sports Medicine Fellowship, Fort Belvoir Community Hospital, DeWitt Loop, distal extremity is free to move. Used to isolate individual muscle groups and joints.
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Get a printable copy (PDF file) of the complete article (K), or click on a page image below to browse page by by: 1. This is a remarkable textbook. It will, I believe, become the classic sports medicine work. There are 64 well-respected authors for 46 chapters.
Most authors are orthopedic surgeons, but there are also five basic scientists, three internists, eleven team physicians of major university or Author: M. Mark Hoffer. This is a two-volume reference work that provides information on the mechanisms of injuries to the lower extremity and spine in sports, and their diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation.
The interrelationships between the various parts of the musculoskeletal system are emphasized. Get this from a library.
The lower extremity and spine in sports medicine. [Elliott B Hershman; James A Nicholas;]. This is a PDF-only article.
The first page of the PDF of this article appears by: 1. Lenox Hill Hospital. New edition of a two-volume reference for sports physicians and orthopedists. Companion to the author's Brandon/Hill selection, The Upper Extremity in Sports Medicine.
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Share Cited by: 1. Organized by five sections - head and neck, upper extremity, lower extremity, abdomen/pelvis with trunk and chest, and cervical, thoracic and lumbosacral spine - chapters present a concise summary and move on to a description of the most common symptoms, etiology, epidemiology and/or common causes if traumatic in nature.5/5(1).
Emphasis on individual sports and their affect on the spine. Section on disabled athletes, pediatrics and geriatrics. Experts in the field express personal experiences based on their specialties - spine surgeons, non-operative spine physicians, and therapists. Registered users can save articles, searches, and manage email alerts.
All registration fields are required. Brad supplemented his chiropractic studies with training to become certified as an ART® provider (Upper Extremity, Lower Extremity, Spine). He was also part of the sports medicine team at the USA Track and Field Outdoor Championships in Brad believes that.
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Training and Prevention: Strategies include limitations in total racquet time by the athlete, aerobic cross-training, obtaining well-fitting footwear and foot orthotics, playing surface changes, spine/ lower extremity/pelvic flexibility training, lower extremity/pelvic strengthening, and core strengthening/trunk stabilization programs.
Some disorders, like hypermobility, change over time and are easily managed with the help of our solid sports medicine team. Some of this information might seen startling, but in reality, only a small number of hip, knee and ankle pain is the result of a condition serious enough to.
Lower spine Control: Hips, knees. 5 fused vertebrae 5 pairs of nerves tailbone area Control: fee. Cervical. 7 vertebrae Neck controls: neck, face, diaphragm, elbows, wris. Thoracic.
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