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Written by an expert international team of more than contributing authors from 19 countries, it covers fundamental principles as well as hot topics such as challenging hip pain, sudden death in sport, hamstring tear management, sideline emergency care and the latest in pain science.

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Clinical Sports Medicine (4th Edition) - Brukner, Khan

Medicine is an ever-changing science. As new research and clinical experience broaden our knowledge, changes in treatment and drug therapy are required.

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Enquiries should be made to the publisher via www. Edition: 4th ed. ISBN: hbk. Notes: Includes index. Previous ed. Subjects: Sports medicine. Sports injuries. Dewey Number: Sport in Australia is ingrained in the national consciousness more widely, deeply, and indelibly than almost anywhere else in the world, When a prominent sportsperson sustains a sporting injury, either traumatically or from overuse, becomes excessively fatigued, or fails to live up to expectations.

It is even more releva n t nowadays with greater individual participation in sporting activities. The same type of problems occur for recreational athletes, middle-aged people wanting to become fit, or older people wishing to sustain a higher level of activity in their later years.

In Clinical Sports Medicine the authors take sport and exercise medicine out of the realm of the elite athlete and place it fairly and squarely where it belongs-as a subspecialty to seIVe everyone in the community who wishes to be active. The book is organized in a manner that is sensible and usable.

The chapters are arranged according to the anatomical region of the symptom rather than diagnostic categories. Practical aspects of sports medicine are well covered-care of the sporting team and concerns that a clinician might have when traveling with a team.

In all, this is an eminently usable text which is timely in its production and will find an important place among clinicians involved in the care of active individuals. Humans were not designed to sit at desks all day and in front of televisions all evening, and this physical inactivity is related to a host of health-related issues. Increasing physical activity is one very powerful way to mitigate many of the health issues we face today, and programs such as the Healthy People initiative and the Exercise is Medicine campaign encourage individuals to remain active throughout their lifetime.

As people become more involved in sport and exercise, sports medicine becomes increasingly important, and Clinical Sports Medicine has understandably become what we in the US refer to as the "PDR" Physicians' Desk Reference of sports medicine. This text is extremely comprehensive, covering fundamental principles of biomechanics, diagnosis and treatment, regional musculoskeletal injuries, and medical problems.

The text also addresses those practical issues of sports medicine that are often missing from other texts, such as dealing with athletic teams, covering endurance events, and working with the elite athlete.

The organization of the text m akes it remarkably easy to use, including such features as color-coded book sections, flow diagrams to reinforce concepts, and tables that clearly organize information. Vicky Earle's anatomical drawings are truly among the best in the business.

All these features put an astounding wealth of information at the reader's fingertips. These co-authors provide up-to-date references when available, and clearly state when evidence is lacki ng.

The edi tors continue to add to the clinically relevant topics with one of my favorites being what I call "How to manage the patient who has seen everyone and wants a cure from you! These masterciasses, which will be updated regularly, provide a remarkably dynamic com- ponent to the text. It is exciting to watch CUnical Sports Medicine evolve substantially with each edition. The editors' focus of this text is to "help clinicians help patients" and they have clearly hit their mark.

This book is an absolute must- have for any sports medicine professional. Part A Fundamental principles Sports and exercise medicine: addressing the world's greatest public health problem 2 2 Sports and exercise medicine: the team approach 6 3 4 Integrating evidence into clinical practice to make quality decisions Sports injuries: acute " 15 5 Sports injuries: overuse 25 6 Pain: why and how does it hurt?

Part B Regiona l problems 17 Sports concussion 18 Headache 19 Facial injuries 20 Neck pain 21 Shoulder pain 22 Elbow and arm pain 23 Wrist pain 24 Hand and finger injuries 25 Thoracic and chest pain 26 Low back pain 27 Buttock pain 28 Hip-related pain 29 Groin pain 30 Anterior thigh pain 31 Posterior thigh pain 32 Acute knee injuries 33 Anterior knee pain 34 Lateral, medial, and posterior knee pain 35 Leg pain 36 Calf pain The younger athlete Women and activity-related issues across the lifespan 44 The older person who exercises 45 Military personnel 46 Th e athlete with a disability Chronic compartment syndrome 32 Bone and soft t issue tumors 54 Muscle soreness 32 Rheumatological conditions 56 Tendon 33 Disorders of muscle 57 Tendon overuse injury tendinopathy 33 Endocrine disorders 57 A contemporary model of a continuum of Vascular disorders 58 tendon pathology 33 Genetic disorders 58 Other terms associated with overuse tendon Granulomatous diseases 59 injuries 36 Infection 59 Bu rsa 37 Pai n syndromes 59 Nerve 37 Skin 37 8 Clinica l aspects of biomec hanics Blisters 37 and sporting injuries 61 Infections 37 "ldeal" lower limb biomechanics - t he bas ics 61 Dermatitis 38 Lower limb joint motion 61 Skin ca ncers 38 Ideal neutral stance positio n 64 But it's not that simple..

Understand the meaning of test results Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs 2. On ly order investigations that will Corticosteroids influence management Nitric oxide donor 4.

Provide relevant clinical findings on Sclerosing therapy the requisition Prolotherapy 5. Do not accept a poor quality test Glucosamine su lfate and chondroitin 6. Develop a close working re lationship su lfate w ith investigators Hyaluronic acid therapy Hya lgan, Synvisc, 7. Explain the investigations to the patient Osteni! Differentiating between a mild quadriceps Compartment syndrome of the posterior strain and a quad ri ceps contusio n thigh Less co mmon cau ses Vascular Stress fracture of the femur lateral femoral cutaneous nerve injury 32 Acute knee inju ries "meralgia paresthetica" Functional anatomy Femoral nerve injury Clinical perspective Referred pain Does this patient have a significant knee injury?

What exercise or physical activity program 57 The tired ath lete should be used? Index This fourth edition CSM4l builds unashamedly on its 2o-year history. Twenty-year history? The more than contributing authors average 15 years of practical experience each, so you are holding well over years. CSM4 provides a comprehensive base for your clinical library. We provide some specific examples below.

More than of those images are new to this edition-customized for CSM4's learners-further extending the book's clarity and usability.

Called Clhdcal Sports Medicille masterclasses, this material is integrated with the text and wi ll be free of charge to book owners for 12 months from registration at www. You have "the expert in the room. All authors aimed to incorporate the best available level of evidence via text, tables, and current references.

The online content of CSM4 will benefit from regular updates, adding fur ther to the usefulness of this text for busy clinicians. In short. It has also proven popular for students in sports physiotherapy, medicine. Editors and authors As the task of editing a book of this magnitude was beyond the two of us, the CSM4 reader now benefits from the wisdom and productivity of seven sports and exercise medicine greats- Roald Bahr, Steven Blair, Jill Cook.

The quality of our chapter authors, representing more than 14 countries, grows with each edition. No single profession has all the answers required to treat the ill or injured sportsperson and to provide exercise advice as needed.

CSM4 was created by a champion team of co-authors and critical reviewers tre- mendously committed to the vision of"Helping clinicians help patients. Enjoy this first hybrid print and digital Clinical Sports Medicine. Wendy l. Bruce B. No need to apologize, let e look at what needs to be do"e. Immediate email response from an extremely busy co-author when asked to contribute to this fourth edition.

This completely updated print and online resource is unashamedly founded on the previous three editions. To date, this text has satisfied more than 80 clinicians and provided core material for students who fo- cus on the care of active people in Australia, New Zealand.

Africa, Asia, Europe, and the Americas. Japanese readers have their own translation. The overwhelming support for this clinically based textbook means we are particularly indebted to our partners in all previous editions.

Specific thanks for the fourth edition go to chapter listed with their affiliations on pages xxxvi-xli. Expert co-authors provide the crucial innovation and timeliness that Clinical Sports Medicine users demand. We are both humbled and privileged to be sharing cover authorship with seven amazing colleagues and friends-Drs Cook, Crossley, McConnell, Bam, Blair, McCrory, and Noakes ladies first, of course.

We would love to have listed more names on the cover but the designer overruled us on that one! A further co-authors made this book happen.

It takes a community to create Clinical Sports Medicine-and we are grateful for every single member of that hardworking international community. Because this edition fully embraces digital media, we especially acknowledge those co-authors who contrib- uted to this innovation. Particular thanks go to Dr Mark Hutchinson, and the team in Chicago, for providing critical and substantial content for the online masterclasses.

Vicky Earle has gained international recognition for her artwork; thank you for continuing to translate clinical innovation in ways that jump to life for users. Clinical Sports Medicine benefits from the continuity, consistency, and integration honed over two decades, and from the expertise and freshness of cutting-edge international chapter authors. We seek out the world's best and we appreciate their responding to our calls!

It has been a pleasure to work with every member of the Clinical Sports Medicine 4th edition team. We give special thanks to our publishing team, who efficiently developed Brukner and Khan dreaming into the book you hold in your hands: publishing director Nicole Meehan, who has been a visionary leader; publishers Elizabeth Walton and Fiona Richardson; production editors Yani Silvana and Jess Ni Chuinn; and freelance editor Jill Pope.

McGraw-Hill's support of all our crazy ideas has allowed us to generate a few good ones; thanks for your judgment and filtering! Within the authors' multi-faceted production team in three countries, Zuzana Machotka and Callista Haggis earn special thanks-for their skill, attention to detail, and good humor even under pressure. Finally, axiomatically, the most profound thanks we reserve for our long- suffering friends and families: Diana and Heather, we both know that words are not enough!

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The Bible of Sports Medicine — Now enhanced by a new companion website! All aspects of diagnosis and management of sports-related injuries and physical activity are covered, including the fundamental principles of sports medicine, diagnosis and treatment of sports injuries, enhancement of sports performance and dealing with special groups of participants. With a focus on clinical relevance, each chapter has been comprehensively reviewed and updated and there are 13 brand new chapters covering hot topics such as challenging hip pain, sudden death in sport, hamstring tear management, sideline emergency care, and the latest in pain science. Led by Peter Brukner Head of Sports Medicine and Sports Science, Liverpool Football Club and Karim Khan Professor, University of British Columbia, Vancouver , the strong author team, representing 14 countries around the world, are all renowned experts in their field and have an average of 15 years practical experience. Includes 13 new chapters covering topics such as hip pain, military medicine, prevention of sudden cardiac death and the integration of evidence into clinical practice.

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