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- Full title: Introduction to Sports Medicine and Athletic Training, 3rd Edition
- Edition: 3rd
- Copyright year: 2020
- Publisher: Cengage Learning
- Author: Robert C France
- ISBN: 9781337790482, 9781337790482
- Format: PDF
Description of Introduction to Sports Medicine and Athletic Training, 3rd Edition:
France’s INTRODUCTION TO SPORTS MEDICINE AND ATHLETIC TRAINING, 3rd Edition, is ideal for anyone interested in athletics and the medical needs of athletes. You’ll learn about key Sports Medicine, Athletic Training, Anatomy and Physiology concepts in an easy-to-understand format–and then apply that knowledge to real-world Sports Medicine and Athletic Training practice. Coverage of Nutrition, Sports Psychology, Kinesiology and therapeutic modalities is combined with the latest research, concussion protocols and guidelines for First Aid, CPR and AED. Vivid illustrations, photos, artwork and diagrams bring chapter concepts to life. In addition, insight into a wide range of careers in the Sports Medicine field helps you plan for the future.Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.
Table of Contents of Introduction to Sports Medicine and Athletic Training, 3rd Edition PDF ebook:
ContentsPrefaceUnit 1: Introduction to Sports Medicine and Athletic TrainingChapter 1: Sports Medicine: The Multidisciplinary Approach to Athletic Health CareSports MedicineProfessions Associated with Sports MedicineConclusionReview QuestionsProjects and ActivitiesLearning LinksChapter 2: Athletic TrainingWhat Is Athletic Training?The Need for Athletic TrainersThe History and Development of Athletic TrainingQualifications of a Successful Certified Athletic TrainerWork Settings for the Certified Athletic TrainerProfessional Organizations for Certified Athletic TrainersAthlete’s Bill of RightsLiability and Risk ManagementConclusionReview QuestionsProjects and ActivitiesLearning LinksChapter 3: The Central Training RoomThe Central Training RoomOperation of the Central Training RoomOSHA Standards and the Athletic Training FacilityConclusionReview QuestionsProjects and ActivitiesLearning LinkChapter 4: The Athletic Training Student Aide ProgramAthletic Training Student Aides (ATSAs)Organizing a First-Class ProgramProgram FundingA Model ProgramExpectations and Responsibilities of the ATSAEvaluation of the ATSA ProgramConclusionReview QuestionsProjects and ActivitiesLearning LinksUnit 2: Roles and Responsibilities in Athletic TrainingChapter 5: Emergency Preparedness: Injury Game PlanEmergency PreparednessThe Emergency Action PlanIdentifying a Medical EmergencyEmergency Medical CardsConclusionReview QuestionsProjects and ActivitiesLearning LinksChapter 6: The Preparticipation Physical ExaminationThe Preparticipation Physical ExaminationComponents of the Preparticipation Physical ExaminationClearance for Participation in SportsRecordkeepingConclusionReview QuestionsProjects and ActivitiesLearning LinksChapter 7: Prehabilitation and Preseason ConditioningPrehabilitationPreseason ConditioningStrength TrainingStrength Training ExercisesCardiorespiratory ConditioningSpecial, Individualized ProgramsConclusionReview QuestionsProjects and ActivitiesLearning LinksChapter 8: Nutrition and the AthleteNutritionEnergyFood ComponentsDaily ValuesFood Guide PyramidNutritional QuackeryMaking the WeightEating DisordersSpecial DietsCalculating “Ideal” Weight for AthletesConclusionReview QuestionsProjects and ActivitiesLearning LinksChapter 9: Dietary Supplements and Performance EnhancersPopular Nutritional SupplementsPerformance EnhancersCurrent IOC, NCAA, and Professional StandardsEducation for AthletesEthics in AthleticsConclusionReview QuestionsProjects and ActivitiesLearning LinksChapter 10: Sports PsychologySports PsychologyMotivationGoal SettingImagery and SimulationStrategies to Cope with Stress and DisappointmentSelf-ConfidenceCareers in Sports PsychologyConclusionReview QuestionsProjects and ActivitiesLearning LinksAnswers to Stress Performance TestChapter 11: Assessment and Evaluation of Sports InjuriesAssessment and Evaluation of Athletic InjuriesFactors Influencing Athletic InjuriesRecognition and EvaluationSpecial ExaminationsReturn-to-Play CriteriaDocumentating InjuriesConclusionReview QuestionsProjects and ActivitiesLearning LinksChapter 12: Therapeutic Physical ModalitiesTherapeutic Physical ModalitiesThermal ModalitiesTherapeutic Electrical ModalitiesConclusionReview QuestionsProjects and ActivitiesLearning LinksChapter 13: Taping and WrappingTaping and Wrapping in the Prevention and Treatment of Athletic InjuriesProphylactic Taping of the AnkleLow-Dye TapingTurf-Toe TapingAchilles-Tendon TapingShin-Splint TapingWrist TapingThumb TapingFinger SupportElbow TapingGroin WrapHip Flexor WrapThigh Compression WrapConclusionReview QuestionsProjects and ActivitiesLearning LinksUnit 3: Injury Assessment and ManagementChapter 14: KinesiologyKinesiologyArticular SystemClassification of JointsMovements of Diarthroses (Synovial Joints)Disorders of JointsAnatomical PlanesClosed and Open Kinematic ChainsConclusionReview QuestionsProjects and ActivitiesLearning LinksChapter 15: Bleeding and ShockThe Cardiorespiratory SystemThe Circulatory SystemThe Heart’s Conduction SystemBody Substance IsolationOSHA Guidelines for Infectious Disease ControlWound CareBleedingShockConclusionReview QuestionsProjects and ActivitiesLearning LinksChapter 16: The Bones and Soft TissuesThe Skeletal SystemBonesInjuries to BonesMusclesCharacteristics of MusclesMuscle Attachments and FunctionsSources of Energy and HeatContraction of Skeletal MuscleMuscle FatigueMuscle ToneInjuries to MusclesNervesInjury to NervesSoft-Tissue InjuriesThe Body’s Response to InjuryConclusionReview QuestionsProjects and ActivitiesLearning LinksChapter 17: The Foot, Ankle, and Lower LegThe Lower LegThe Foot and AnkleBasic Anatomy of the Lower LegCommon Injuries of the Foot and AnkleRehabilitation of Foot and Ankle InjuriesCommon Injuries to the Lower LegAdditional Tests for the Foot, Ankle, and Lower LegConclusionReview QuestionsProjects and ActivitiesLearning LinksChapter 18: The KneeThe KneeKnee InjuriesConclusionReview QuestionsProjects and ActivitiesLearning LinksChapter 19: The Hip and PelvisThe Hip and PelvisCommon Injuries and Conditions of the Hip and ThighConclusionReview QuestionsProjects and ActivitiesLearning LinksChapter 20: The Elbow, Wrist, and HandThe Elbow, Wrist and HandThe ElbowCommon Injuries of the ElbowThe Wrist and HandHand and Wrist InjuriesStrengthening Exercises for the WristConclusionReview QuestionsProjects and ActivitiesLearning LinksChapter 21: The ShoulderThe Shoulder Girdle ComplexOveruse Injuries to the ShoulderTraumatic Shoulder InjuriesIs It a Shoulder Injury?Additional Stretching and Strengthening Exercises for the ShoulderConclusionReview QuestionsProjects and ActivitiesLearning LinksChapter 22: The Chest and AbdomenThe Thoracic CavityRibs and SternumThe Respiratory SystemRespirationMechanics of the BreathingControl of BreathingLung Capacity and VolumeDisorders of the Respiratory SystemChest (Thorax) InjuriesInjury Prevention for the ChestThe Abdominopelvic CavityProtection of the Abdominal OrgansOrgans of the Abdominopelvic CavityAbdominal InjuriesConclusionReview QuestionsProjects and ActivitiesLearning LinksChapter 23: The Head and FaceThe Head and FaceThe EyePathway of VisionEye InjuriesThe EarInjuries to the EarThe NoseInjuries to the NoseThe Mouth and JawInjuries to the Mouth and JawThe HeadHead InjuriesBrain InjuriesConclusionReview QuestionsProjects and ActivitiesLearning LinksChapter 24: The SpineThe Nervous SystemThe Peripheral and Autonomic Nervous SystemsThe SpineInjuries to the SpineConclusionReview QuestionsProjects and ActivitiesLearning LinksUnit 4: Special ConsiderationsChapter 25: Special Considerations in AthletesSpecial Considerations in AthleticsEnvironmental Conditions and Athletic ParticipationSkin Conditions in AthletesDiabetesSeizure DisordersInsect Bites and StingsThe Female Athlete TriadConclusionReview QuestionsProjects and ActivitiesLearning LinksGlossaryReferencesResourcesIndex