Concepts Of Athletic Training, Fifth Edition, Represents Over A Decade Of Evolution And Revision Of The Previous Editions In An Effort To Better Serve Students Considering A Career As Athletic Trainers, K-12 Physical Educators, Or Coaches. This Outstanding Introductory Text Presents Key Concepts Pertaining To The Field Of Athletic Training In A Comprehensive, Logically Sequential Manner That Will Assist Future Professionals In Making The Correct Decisions When Confronted With An Activity-Related Injury Or Illness In Their Scope Of Practice.The exception is when a nerve of the wrist is aggravated by an acute injury such as a severe contusion or sprain. ... Any athlete with a history of recurrent pain and stiffness in the wrist associated with the neurologic symptoms just described should be re- ... Perhaps the most common form of tenosynovitis in the wrist involves the tendons of the thumb (Figure 12.19) and is known as de Quervaina#39;s disease.
|Title||:||Concepts of Athletic Training|
|Author||:||Ronald P. Pfeiffer, Brent C. Mangus|
|Publisher||:||Jones & Bartlett Learning - 2008|