Clinical Sports Medicine 3rd Edition By Peter Brukner Karim Khan _VERIFIED_
Karim Khan, MD, PhD, FACSP, FACSM, Dip Sport Med (CASM) is Professor, Department of Family Practice, and Associate Member, Departments of Physical Therapy and Orthopaedics, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada. Karim combines an active clinical sports medicine practice with a prolific research program related to tendinopathies, bone health, and exercise prescription for health.
Clinical Sports Medicine 3rd edition by Peter Brukner Karim Khan
Brukner and Khan's Clinical Sports Medicine 4E provides excellent value as an authoritative clinical foundation for physiotherapists, medical practitioners, osteopaths, massage therapists, podiatrists, sports/athletic trainers, sports therapists, fitness leaders and athletes. It is widely adopted by students in sports physiotherapy, medicine, and human movement studies/kinesiology.
CLINICAL SPORTS MEDICINE5TH EDITIONVolume 1 INJURIES"A striking feature of Clinical Sports Medicine has always been the authors' relentless commitment to 'clinical'. This is a unique book."Dr Emma K Stokes, President, World Confederation for Physical TherapyEDITORSPETER BRUKNERBEN CLARSENJILL COOKANN COOLSKAY CROSSLEYMARK HUTCHINSONPAUL McCRORYROALD BAHRKARIM KHANBrukner & Khan's Clinical Sports Medicine, the world-leading title in sport and exercise medicine, is an authoritative and practical guide to physiotherapy and musculoskeletal medicine for clinicians and students.To accommodate the rapid advances in the professions, this fifth edition has been expanded into two volumes. This first volume, Clinical Sports Medicine: Injuries, is the essential guide to all aspects of preventing, diagnosing and treating sports-related injuries. It serves physiotherapists, team clinicians, athletic trainers, sports therapists, sports rehabilitators and trainers, as well as students in the health professions and in Human Movement Studies.All chapters have been updated and rewritten by an international team of sports physiotherapists and sports physicians at the top of their fields. More than 550 new figures have been added to bring the total number of illustrations to 1300. There are 15 new chapters, including:* Shoulder pain* Acute knee injuries* Posterior thigh pain* Low back pain* Return to play* Sport-specific biomechanicsThe second volume, Clinical Sports Medicine: Exercise Medicine, is scheduled for release in 2018 and will focus on the health benefits of exercise and the medical issues in sport. It will serve general practitioners and other clinicians who prescribe exercise to promote health and to treat medical conditions such as heart disease and diabetes.ABOUT THE AUTHORSPETER BRUKNEROAM, MBBS, FACSEP, FACSM, FFSEMPeter Brukner is a Sport and Exercise Physician and currently the Australian cricket team doctor. He was previously Head of Sports Medicine and Sports Science at the Liverpool Football Club in the UK. Peter is the founding partner of the Olympic Park Sports Medicine Centre, a past president of the Australasian College of Sport and Exercise Physicians, and Professor of Sports Medicine at La Trobe University. Peter has been an Olympic team physician and was the Socceroos team doctor at the 2010 World Cup. In 2005 he was awarded the Order of Australia medal (OAM) for services to sports medicine.KARIM KHANMD, PhD, MBA, FACSEP, FACSM, FFSEMKarim Khan is a Sport and Exercise Physician and Professor of Sports Medicine at the Department of Family Practice at the University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada. He is Editor in Chief of the British Journal of Sports Medicine (BJSM) and has published more than 300 peer-reviewed research articles. In 2001, he was awarded the Australian Prime Minister's Medal for service to sports medicine. Karim was profiled in The Lancet in its 2012 Olympic Games issue.Contents: PART A FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES1 Sports and exercise medicine: the team approach2 Integrating evidence into shared decision making with patients3 Sports injuries: acute4 Sports injuries: overuse5 Pain: why and how does it hurt?6 Pain: the clinical aspects7 Beware: conditions that masquerade as sports injuries8 Introduction to clinical biomechanics9 Biomechanical aspects of injury in specific sports10 Training programming and prescription11 Core stability12 Preventing injury13 Recovery: the science and the art14 Clinical assessment: moving from rote to rational and rigorous15 How to make the diagnosis: tips for better history taking, physical examination and investigation16 Patient-reported outcome measures in sports medicine17 Treatments for musculoskeletal conditions18 Principles of sports injury rehabilitation19 Return to playPART B REGIONAL PROBLEMS20 Sports concussion21 Headache22 Face, eye and teeth23 Neck pain24 Shoulder pain25 Elbow and arm pain26 Wrist pain27 Hand and finger injuries28 Thoracic and chest pain29 Low back pain30 Buttock pain31 Hip-related pain32 Groin pain33 Anterior thigh pain34 Posterior thigh pain35 Acute ankle injuries36 Anterior knee pain37 Lateral, medial and posterior knee pain38 Leg pain39 Calf pain40 Pain in the Achilles region41 Acute ankle injuries42 Ankle painPART C SPECIAL GROUPS OF PARTICIPANTS44 The younger athlete45 Military personnel46 Periodic medical assessment of athletes47 Working and travelling with teams48 Career development