Arnheim's Principles of Athletic Training : A Competency-based Approach
This market-leading text emphasizes the prevention and management of athletic injuries and remains the only text to cover all aspects of the profession of athletic training. A valuable resource in seeking professional certification, it also provides practical, career-oriented content for students in athletic training, sports medicine, physical education, physical therapy, and coaching.
- Hardback | 1056 pages
- 221 x 279.4 x 43.2mm | 2,426.75g
- 01 Jul 2005
- McGraw-Hill Education - Europe
- McGraw Hill Higher Education
- London, United States
- New edition
- 12th New edition
Table of contents
I Professional Development and Responsibilities 1 The Athletic Trainer and the Sports Medicine Team 2 Health Care Administration in Athletic Training 3 Legal Concerns and Insurance Issues II Risk Management 4 Training and Conditioning Techniques 5 Nutritional Considerations 6 Environmental Considerations 7 Protective Sports Equipment 8 Bandaging and Taping III Pathology of Sports Injury 9 Mechanisms and Characteristics of Sports Trauma 10 Tissue Response to Injury IV Management Skills 11 Psychosocial Intervention for Sports Injuries and Illnesses 12 On-the-Field Acute Care and Emergency Procedures 13 Off-the-Field Injury Evaluation 14 Bloodborne Pathogens 15 Using Therapeutic Modalities 16 Using Therapeutic Exercise in Rehabilitation 17 Pharmacology, Drugs, and Sports V Musculoskeletal Conditions 18 The Foot 19 The Ankle and Lower Leg 20 The Knee and Related Structures 21 The Thigh, Hip, Groin, and Pelvis 22 The Shoulder Complex 23 The Elbow 24 The Forearm, Wrist, Hand, and Fingers 25 The Spine VI General Medical Conditions 26 The Head, Face, Eyes, Ears, Nose, and Throat 27 The Thorax and Abdomen 28 Skin Disorders 29 Additional General Medical Conditions Appendix A NATA Code of Ethics Appendix B Canada's Food Guide Appendix C NATA Position Statement: Exertional Heat Illnesses Appendix D NATA Position Statement: Fluid Replacement for Athletes Appendix E NATA Position Statement: Lightning Safety for Athletics and Recreation Appendix F NATA Position Statement: Emergency Planning in Athletics Appendix G NATA Position Statement: NATA Helmet Removal Guidelines Appendix H NATA Bloodborne Pathogens Guidelines for Athletic Trainers Appendix I NATA Position Statement: Management of Sport-Related Concussion Appendix J Official Statement from NATA on Commotio Cordis Appendix K Sample Resume
About William E. Prentice
William E. Prentice, Ph.D., PT, ATC, Professor, Coordinator of Sports Medicine Specialization Department of Physical Education, Exercise and Sports Science, University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, North Carolina.