Includes bibliographies and index.
|Statement||James M. Booher, Gary A. Thibodeau.|
|Contributions||Thibodeau, Gary A., 1938-|
|LC Classifications||RD97 .B65 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 584, I1-I27 p. :|
|Number of Pages||584|
|LC Control Number||84014896|
The case studies in this book use authentic injury assessment examples to help readers link theory and clinical practice with the goal of becoming competent clinicians. The situations are realistic and present more than of the injuries that athletic trainers may encounter in the real world. The questions that accompany the cases ask readers Cited by: 3. Examine relevant and practical authentic injury assessment examples to link theory and clinical practice. Enhance your clinical skills with realistic case studies of common athletic injuries, which help you identify clinical and differential diagnoses, critique the evaluating clinician's actions, recommend treatment, comment on ethical choices, and make accurate field decisions. Unit 1 Introduction and anatomic basis for athletic injury assessment: the body as a whole; review of anatomy. Unit 2 Athletic-related trauma: the body's response to trauma and environmental stress; athletic injuries and related skin conditions; psychological aspects of injury. Introduction to athletic injury assessment -- 2. The body as a whole -- 3. Osteology -- 4. Arthrology -- 5. Myology -- 6. Neurology -- 7. The body\'s response to trauma and environmental stress -- 8. Athletic injuries and related skin conditions -- 9. Psychological aspects of injury -- Factors related to athletic injury assessment --
Conclusion Assessment of athletic injuries requires a plan to ensure that no detail in the evaluation is omitted or overlooked. Both emergency and basic plans are required. The emergency plan is used if an athlete is unconscious or has a suspected head or spine injury. Assessment of ABCs and stabilization of the head and neck are the first Author: Jennifer A. Stone. Buy Athletic Injury Assessment 4th edition () by James M. Booher and Gary A. Thibodeau for up to 90% off at : McGraw-Hill Publishing Company. Start studying Athletic Injury Evaluation/Assessment. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Coast Mountain Athletic Therapy provides individualized injury prevention training, orthopaedic injury assessment, rehabilitation and strength and conditioning training. The approach is about finding the cause of your injuries, weakness or dysfunction and actively addressing these issues in order to help you rapidly return to work, play and sport.
Athletic and Orthopedic Injury Assessment: Case Responses and Interpretations is a companion book that provides responses and interpretations to the case studies in Athletic and Orthopedic Injury Assessment: A Case Study Approach. Research, evidence-based practices, and professional experience form the basis of these responses and : David C. C Berry, Michael G. Miller, Leisha M. Berry. Develop confidence in injury recognition and assessment techniques with this much-needed book. Assessment of Athletic Injuries equips students and athletic trainers with what they need to develop the evaluation skills to identify and differentiate various pathologies and accurately assess the nature and severity of the injury.. The text offers step-by-step Author: Shultz. Chapter 11 Assessment and Evaluation of Sports Injuries Objectives Explain the difference between assessment, evaluation, and diagnosis of an injury. Describe the various factors that influence the type and severity of athletic injuries. Evaluate . Athletic Injury Assessment by James M Booher starting at $ Athletic Injury Assessment has 4 available editions to buy at Half Price Books Marketplace.