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Anatomical Visual Guide to Sports Injuries, sensibly organized by body region, is a highly visual guide that displays the basic layers of anatomy in key views, movement, and over 150 of the most common sports injuries seen in adult and pediatric patients. In addition to pathology, over 90 mechanisms of select injuries are also shown in context of a human figure.
With over 350 illustrations, this product helps primary care and sports medicine practitioners explain anatomical and injury concepts to their patients and clients. It can also be used by beginning sports medicine and athletic trainer students as an aid to visual learning.
A bonus CD-ROM lets you easily print 55 patient teaching handouts that show clear, anatomically correct images along with explanations of many common sports injuries.
This guide is organized in sections by area of the body, from head and neck down to the ankle and foot. Each section has visual images of anatomy, movement, injuries and examples of the mechanism of select injuries. The majority of the images are of adults, but certain sections show pediatric anatomy (growth plate visuals), injuries and mechanisms. As an added bonus, anatomical system charts are included after the last section. Head and Neck Head Injuries Neck Injuries Shoulder Shoulder Impingement and Biceps Problems Shoulder Trauma Shoulder Instability Elbow and Forearm Elbow and Forearm Traumatic Injuries Elbow and Forearm Overuse Injuries Elbow and Forearm Pediatric Injuries Wrist and Hand Wrist Injuries Finger and Thumb Injuries Inflammation and Arthritis Thoracic, Lumbar and Sacral Spine Thoracic and Lumbar Sacral Spine Problems Pelvis, Hip and Thigh Injuries of the Pelvis and Acetabulum Injuries of the Proximal Femur Hip and Thigh Soft Tissue Problems Knee Ligament Injuries Meniscus Tears Extensor Mechanism Problems Fractures Inflammations Leg Leg Injuries Ankle and Foot Ankle Injuries Hindfoot Injuries Forefoot and Midfoot Injuries Anatomical System Charts The Skeletal System The Muscular System Internal Organs of the Body The Vascular System & Viscera The Nervous System The Spinal Nerves The Autonomic Nervous System Elbow And Forearm Overuse Injuries of the Elbow: Valgus Extension Overload Changes and Medial Collateral Ligament Injury Biceps Rupture Tennis Elbow Olecranon Bursitis Valgus Extension Overload in Kids and Medial Epicondyle Avulsion Injuries Osteochondritis Dissecans (OCD) of the Elbow Wrist and Hand Colles Fracture Carpal Tunnel Syndrome TFCC (Triangular Fibrocartilage Complex) Tear Smith's fracture Mallet Finger Skier's thumb/Gamekeepers Thumb Boxer's Fracture DeQuervain's Tenosynovitis Intersection syndrome Thoracic, Lumbar and Sacral Spine Herniated disc Spondylolysis Pelvis, Hip & Thigh Pelvic Labral Injuries and Tears Hip (Pelvic) Avulsion Fractures Femoral Neck Stress Fracture Slipped Capital Femoral Epiphysis (SCFE) IT band syndrome Quadriceps Tear Hamstring Avulsion Tear Piriformis Syndrome: One Cause of Sciatica Knee MCL Injury ACL Injury PCL Injury Meniscus Tears Patellar Dislocation: Patellar Tendinopathy Salter Harris Classification of Physis Injuries IT Band Syndrome Leg Stress Fractures Shin Splints (Medial tibial perisostitis) Exertional Compartment Syndrome Ankle and Foot Plantar Faciitis Ligament Sprains Impingement: Osteochondral Lesion of the Talus (OLT) Salter Harris Fracture Type I - IV Achilles tendon rupture & Tendinosis Turf Toe Jones Fracture and Navicular stress fracture Index Patient Handout Information