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Here's the New Edition of the must-have reference in sports medicine! Covering all athletes from children to adults, this 2-volume reference explores the diagnosis and treatment of the full spectrum of sports-related injuries, training, medical disorders, and the basic sciences. It provides the most clinically focused, comprehensive guidance available in any single source, with contributions from the most respected authorities in the field.Features completely up to date coverage of surgical principles · viral disease · closed chain and open chain exercise · considerations of the disabled athlete · head injuries · and more.Includes over 1900 superb illustrations-clarifying key concepts, diagnostic landmarks, and operative techniques.Includes new chapters exploring timely topics such as the role of the team physician · recreational drug use · SLAP lesions · anterior knee pain and subluxation · tendinopathies in the knee · multiple ligament injuries to the knee · bracing of the knee · knee replacement · heel pain · and more.Integrates coverage of the pediatric athlete (information previously presented in a separate volume)-to encompass the full range of potential sports medicine patients.Contains increased material on imaging throughout-promoting better, more cost-effective care.Explores new surgical materials and instrumentation, as well as the most current rehabilitation concepts.Presents expanded discussions of non-orthopaedic sports-related conditions. With 210 additional contributors
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