qSports Medicine of Baseball includes all-encompassing coverage of the evaluation and treatment of common problems encountered in baseball players at all levels of competition. A large portion of the book focuses on shoulder and elbow problems, given thehigh number of shoulder and elbow injuries that affect baseball players. The text will also cover lower extremity injuries, spine conditions, and common medical problems that may be encountered. Of special interest to athletic trainers, topics such as different training regimens for in-season versus off-season workouts and tailoring throwing programs for relievers and starters is given particular attention.q--Provided by publisher.Figure 12.1 Throwera#39;s Hill-Sachs Lesion exhibiting the classic finding of ... Overall , these results suggest that overhead athletes who develop type II SLAP lesions from overuse injuries may have less successful results following arthroscopic SLAP repair. ... The peel-back mechanism: Its role in producing and extending posterior type II SLAP lesions and its effect on SLAP repair ... Diagnostic accuracy of clinical tests for superior labral anterior posterior lesions: a systematic review.
|Title||:||Sports Medicine of Baseball|
|Author||:||David Altchek, Joshua S. Dines, James Andrews|
|Publisher||:||Lippincott Williams & Wilkins - 2012-07-20|