Essentials of Athletic Injury Management: with ESims and PowerWeb and OLC Bind-in Card
This basic text is written for courses focusing on introductory care and prevention of athletic injuries in athletic training courses. It strongly considers the needs of students studying to be coaches and teachers. New copies of the text are packaged with the Dynamic Human 2.0 CD.
- Paperback | 640 pages
- 185.4 x 231.1 x 25.4mm | 929.88g
- 01 Jul 2004
- McGraw-Hill Education - Europe
- McGraw Hill Higher Education
- London, United States
- 6th Revised edition
Table of contents
Part 1: Organizing and Establishing an Effective Athletic Health Care System Chapter 1: Putting Together a Sports Medicine Team and Defining Their Roles Chapter 2: Organizing and Administering and Athletic Health Care Program Chapter 3: Legal Liability and Insurance Chapter 4: Preventing Injuries Through Fitness Training Chapter 5: Nutritional Considerations Part 2: Techniques for Preventing and Minimizing Sport-Related Injuries Chapter 6: Selecting and Using Protective Sports Equipment Chapter 7: Emergency Situations and Injury Assessment Chapter 8: Bloodborne Pathogens, Universal Precautions, and Wound Care Chapter 9: Helping the Injured Athletic Psychologically Chapter 10: Understanding the Potential Dangers of Adverse Environmental Conditions Chapter 11: Bandaging and Taping Techniques Chapter 12: Understanding the Basics of Injury Rehabilitation Part 3: Recognition and Management of Specific Injuries and Conditions Chapter 13: Recognizing Different Sports Injuries Chapter 14: The Foot Chapter 15: The Ankle and Lower Leg Chapter 16: The Knee and Related Structures Chapter 17: The Thigh, Hip, Groin, and Pelvis Chapter 18: The Shoulder Complex Chapter 19: The Elbow, Forearm, Wrist, and Hand Chapter 20: The Spine Chapter 21: The Thorax and Abdomen Chapter 22: The Head, Face, Eyes, Ears, Nose, and Throat Chapter 23: Additional Health Concerns and General Medical Conditions Chapter 24: Preventing and Managing Injuries in Young Athletes Appendix A: Recognition of the Athletic Trainer as an Allied Health Professional Appendix B: Employment Settings for the Athletic Trainer Appendix C: Requirements for Certification as an Athletic Trainer Glossary Credits Index
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. Died April, 2000.