The latest edition of this in-depth look at athletic injuries of the shoulder has been updated to feature 16 new chapters, additional illustrations and algorithms, an added focus on arthroscopic treatments, and pearls that highlight key information. Additional contributing authors give you a fresh spin on new and old topics from rehabilitation exercises to special coverage of female athletes, pediatrics, and golfers. This book offers coverage of arthroscopy, total joint replacement, instability, football, tennis, swimming, and gymnastic injuries, rotator cuff injuries, and much, much more! The large range of topics covered in this text ensures that it's a great resource for orthopaedists, physical therapists, athletic trainers, and primary care physicians. Presents a multidisciplinary approach to the care of the shoulder, combining contributions from the leaders in the field of orthopedic surgery, physical therapy, and athletic training. Demonstrates which exercises your patients should perform in order to decrease their chance of injury or increase strength following an injury through illustrated exercises for rehabilitation and injury prevention. Illustrates how the shoulder is affected during activity of certain sports with a variety of tables and graphs. Covers a large range of topics including all shoulder injuries to be sufficiently comprehensive for both orthopaedists and physical therapists/athletic trainers. Features 16 new chapters, including Internal Impingement, Bankarts: Open vs. Arthroscopy, Adhesive Capsulitis of the Shoulder, Cervicogenic Shoulder Pain, Proprioception: Testing and Treatment, and more. Details current surgical and rehabilitation information for all aspects of shoulder pathology to keep you up-to-date. Organizes topics into different sections on anatomy, biomechanics, surgery, and rehabilitation for ease of reference.
|Release Date||: 1991|
|Pages||: 230 pages|
Thorough and concise, this practical reference provides a unique, on-field management approach to all athletic injuries to the shoulder and elbow, as well as nonoperative and operative treatment options, including arthroscopy and open surgery. Focusing on high-performance athletes, leading authorities in the field demonstrate how to provide pain relief, restore function, and return the athlete to sport and to prior level of performance in a safe and timely fashion. Showcases the knowledge and expertise of an international group of editors and authors who have served as president of the American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine, the American Shoulder and Elbow Surgeons and the Arthroscopy Association of North America, are physicians or consultants for professional and collegiate sports teams, have won awards for research in the field of shoulder surgery, are editors and reviewers for peer-reviewed journals, and much more. Contains rehabilitation guidelines and critical return-to-sport protocols – essential information for nonsurgical healthcare providers -- primarily on athletes under the age of 40, with some consideration of the older athlete (professional golf, for example). Contains a section in each chapter covering "On-the-Field Management and Early Post-Injury Assessment and Treatment" – a must-read for immediate care of the injured athlete and ensuring the safe return to play. Covers the most recent advances in the management of tendon tears in elite and overhead athletes, including prevention in youth sports, early sports specialization, and changing standards of care regarding shoulder and elbow instability. Provides a thorough review of current ulnar collateral ligament injury diagnosis, imaging, non-operative management, and surgery, as well as acromioclavicular and sternoclavicular joint injuries, clavicle and olecranon fractures, and OCD of the capitellum.
"Shoulder Instability in the Athlete: Management and Surgical Techniques for Optimized Return to Play is a groundbreaking text that covers all aspects of care for athletes with shoulder instability-from on-the-field management and treatment to successful return to play. Edited by Drs. Jonathan F. Dickens and Brett D. Owens and featuring the expertise of internationally recognized surgeons who specialize in shoulder instability in high-level athletes, Shoulder Instability in the Athlete is a unique collaboration applicable across a variety of professional areas. This will be the premiere reference for physicians, surgeons, therapists, trainers, and students involved in the care of athletes. Each chapter of Shoulder Instability in the Athlete reviews cutting-edge clinical and surgical techniques, as well as outcomes and return to play criteria. In-depth analysis of appropriate literature and outcomes specific to the athlete population are also presented"--
Written by a renowned multidisciplinary team of expert shoulder surgeons, athletic trainers, and physical therapists, this winning reference delivers the most comprehensive and up-to-date information on the evaluation, treatment, rehabilitation, and prevention of shoulder injuries in throwing and other overhead athletes. Included is critical information on shoulder anatomy and biomechanics, clinical examination, imaging, resistance training and core strengthening, and specific exercises for the overhead shoulder... plus state-of-the-art techniques for treatment and rehabilitation of each type of injury, including a separate section for pediatric overhead athletes. All physicians, coaches, trainers, strength and conditioning specialists, and therapists who care for overhead athletes at all levels of participation are sure to find this an indispensable resource. Book jacket.
For clinicians, physicians, therapists, athletic trainers, and others involved in caring for shoulder patients, this comprehensive textbook addresses not only sports-related shoulder disorders but also those occurring in active orthopedic patients. The volume is organized into four basic sections. The first, on the basic science of the shoulder complex, discusses anatomy and biomechanics. This is followed by the examination section, which includes physical examination, imaging, and arthography of the shoulder. The third section discusses the recognition and treatment of various pathologies. The last section discusses specific topics in rehabilitation. Annotation copyright by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
This book provides a practical guide detailing the aetiology, diagnosis, relevant pathology, management principles, and outcomes of a variety of injuries to the shoulder including rotator cuff disorders, glenoid bone loss, and pectoralis major ruptures in both elite and non-elite athletes. Each chapter features clinical pearls and a question and answer section to emphasize key points. Sports Injuries of the Shoulder is an essential book for those seeking an up-to-date resource. It is aimed at sports doctors and musculoskeletal doctors; senior orthopedic trainees with an interest in upper limb and those preparing for the FRCSOrth exam and similar international exams, as well as surgeons with a particular interest in shoulder conditions.
Represents collaboration among orthopaedists, physical trainers, and athletic trainers. It reviews the rehabilitation needs for all types of sports injuries, stressing the treatment of the entire kinetic chain with various exercises. Chapters have been extensively revised, featuring new concepts and techniques. The 3rd edition includes four new chapters (Proprioception and Neuromuscular Control; Cervical Spine Rehabilitation; Functional Training and Advanced Rehabilitation; and Plyometrics), new contributors and new features, such as summary boxes and tables.
Tailored for today's busy clinician, Clinical Sports Medicine provides hands-on information for the management of both recreational and competitive athletes. Over a thousand full-color clinical illustrations plus a wealth of summary boxes enable you to obtain key information quickly, while authoritative text written by established and emerging authorities provides state-of-the-art know-how on overcoming any challenge in the specialty. Coverage of sports injuries includes structured information on diagnosis, management, and rehabilitation. Uses 1,150 full-color photographs, including a wealth of arthroscopic images, to vividly depict a full range of conditions and techniques. Summarizes information in a systematic way using color-coded sections. Integrates basic science information throughout, focusing on knowledge directly relevant to clinical practice. Addresses operative management of sports injuries as well as non-surgical aspects such as nutrition, co-existing medical conditions, rehabilitation, and more. Incorporates numerous algorithms to facilitate decision making. Covers both general rehabilitation principles and rehabilitation of specific injuries, and provides return-to-play guidance for both you and your anxious patients. Includes treatment recommendations for both competitive and recreational athletes, ranging from adolescents to late middle age. Presents authors' pearls and pitfalls for effective treatment.
Fully updated with completely updated content, exciting new authors, and commentary by national and international experts in the field, Rockwood and Matsen’s The Shoulder, 5th Edition continues its tradition of excellence as the cornerstone reference for effective management of shoulder disorders. This masterwork provides how-to guidance on the full range of both tried-and-true and recent surgical techniques, including both current arthroscopic methods and the latest approaches in arthroplasty. An outstanding editorial team headed by Drs. Charles A. Rockwood, Jr. and Frederick A. Matsen III ensures that you have the tools you need to achieve optimal patient outcomes for any shoulder challenge you encounter. Throughout the book the authors focus on the value of the procedures to patients, showing ways that expense and risk can be minimized. Combines the ‘how to’ for ‘tried and true’ shoulder procedures along with the latest arthroscopic methods for managing shoulder disorders. Focuses on the most challenging open procedures, including those often overlooked in training programs, yet thoroughly reviews the rationale for using minimally invasive arthroscopic techniques whenever possible. Offers scientifically based coverage of shoulder function and dysfunction to aid in the decision-making process. Features new commentaries from international authorities – including dissenting and alternative viewpoints -- and final comments by our editorial experts. Covers new approaches, including reverse total shoulder, the latest rotator cuff repair methods, and the "ream and run" procedure, as well as emerging imaging methods.
Mechanics of throwing/shoulder arthroscopy/fractures/rotator cuff disorders/pectoralis ruptures/rehabilitation/etc.