Rehabilitation techniques for sports medicine and athletic training / editor, William E. Prentice. (Text)Call no.: QT261 .R443 2020Publication: Thorofare : SLACK Incorporated, c2020Edition: 7th edDescription: xviii, 873 p. : col. illISBN: 9781630916237; 1630916234Subject(s): Athletic injuries -- RehabilitationPhysical therapy modalities
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Section I: the basis of injury rehabilitation. Essential considerations in designing a rehabilitation program for the injured patient / William E. Prentice -- Understanding and managing the healing process through rehabilitation / William E. Prentice -- The evaluation process in rehabilitation / Darin A. Padua and Barnett Frank -- Psychological considerations for rehabilitation of the injured athletic patient / Monna Arvinen-Barrow and Megan Granquist -- Section II: archieving the goals of rehabilitation. Establishing core stability in rehabilitation / Barbara J. Hoogenboom, Jolene L. Bennett, and Michael Clark -- Reestablishing neuromuscular control / Scott Lephart, Buz Swanik, and Troy Blackburn -- Regaining postural stability and balance / Johna K. Register-Mihalik and Kevin M. Guskiewicz -- Restoring range of motion and improving flexibility / William E. Prentice -- Regaining muscular strength, endurance, and power / William E. Prentice -- Maintaining cardiorespiratory fitness during rehabilitation / Patrick Sells and William E. Prentice -- Section III: the tools of rehabilitation -- Plyometric exercise in rehabilitation / Michael L. Voight and Steven R. Tippett -- Open vs closed kinetic chain exercise in rehabilitation / William E. Prentice -- Joint mobilization and traction techniques in rehabilitation / William E. Prentice -- Proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation techniques in rehabilitation / William E. Prentice -- Aquatic therapy in rehabilitation / Barbara J. Hoogenboom and Nancy E. Lomax -- Functional progressions and functional testing in rehabilitation / Michael McGee -- Section IV: rehabilitation techniques for specific injuries. Rehabilitation of shoulder injuries / Elizabeth Hibberd, Terri Jo Rucinski, William E. Prentice, Rob Schneider -- Rehabilitation of elbow injuries / Sakiko Oyama and William E. Prentice -- Rehabilitation of wrist, hand, and finger injuries / Anne Marie Schneider -- Rehabilitation of groin, hip, and thigh injuries / Doug Halverson and Bernard DePalma -- Rehabilitation of knee injuries -- Michelle C. Boling, Darin A. Padua, and William E. Prentice -- Rehabilitation of lower-leg injuries / Doug Halverson and Christopher J. Hirth -- Rehabilitation of ankle and foot injuries / Patrick O. McKeon, William E. Prentice, and Steven M. Zinder -- Rehabilitation of injuries to the spine / Daniel N. Hooker and William E. Prentice.
"This seventh edition of Rehabilitation Techniques for Sports Medicine and Athletic Training is for the professional student of athletic training who is interested in gaining more in-depth exposure to the theory and practical application of rehabilitation techniques used in a sports medicine environment. The purpose of this text is to provide the athletic trainer with a comprehensive guide to the design, implementation, and supervision of rehabilitation programs for sport-related injuries that is based on the current best-available evidence available in the professional literature. It is intended for use in courses in athletic training that deal with practical application of theory in a clinical setting. The contributing authors have collectively attempted to combine their expertise and knowledge to produce a text that encompasses all aspects of sports medicine rehabilitation"--