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Concussions and our kids : America's leading expert on how to protect young athletes and keep sports safe / by Cantu, Robert C.; Hyman, Mark.;
What is a concussion? -- Collision sports -- Non-collision sports -- Baseline testing -- Post concussion syndrome and second impact syndrome -- Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE) -- Myths -- Moms and dads -- After concussions -- Reforms -- Today's concussion signs and symptoms checklist -- Cumulative concussion signs and symptoms checklist -- Concussion patient intake history form -- Guidelines for return to play after concussion(s) that season.From America's preeminent expert on the head trauma crisis in sports, a timely, provocative, essential guide to concussions in youth sports, what they are, how to treat them, and how to protect our young athletes.
Subjects: Brain; Brain; Sports injuries in children.; Brain Concussion.; Adolescent.; Athletes.; Athletic Injuries; Child.;
© 2012., Houghton Mifflin Harcourt,
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Current diagnosis & treatment in sports medicine / by McMahon, Patrick J.,MD.;
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Subjects: Sports medicine; Athletic Injuries; Médecine du sport; Sportblessures.; Diagnostiek.; Behandeling.; Preventie.;
© c2007., Lange Medical Books/McGraw Hill Medical Pub.,
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Ahead of the game : the parents' guide to youth sports concussion / by Moser, Rosemarie Scolaro.;
Includes bibliographical references and index.A guide to sports-related concussions addresses the inability of mouth guards and helmets to prevent concussions, the impact of head injuries on school performance and emotional behavior, and state concussion laws.Foreword / by Bill Pascrell Jr. -- Introduction: Test your concussion knowledge -- Ready, set, learn! Understanding the young brain -- Is it really a concussion? -- The best offense is a good defense: preseason baseline testing -- Identifying and treating youth concussion: an eight-step plan to get back in the game -- When in doubt, sit them out: making responsible return-to-play decisions -- Drafting a concussion health care team -- Changing the game: public education, advocacy, and the brain hygiene model.
Subjects: Handbooks, manuals, etc.; Pediatric sports medicine; Sports injuries in children; Brain; Brain Concussion; Athletic Injuries; Sports; Brain Injuries; Child.; Adolescent.; Brain; Pediatric sports medicine.; Sports injuries in children.;
© c2012., Dartmouth College Press,
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Football fatalities and catastrophic injuries, 1931-2008 / by Mueller, Frederick O.; Cantu, Robert C.;
Includes bibliographical references and index.Foreword / Grant Teaff -- Introduction -- Fatalities and catastrophic injuries, 1931-1940. -- Introduction -- Fatalities and catastrophic injuries, 1931-1940 -- Football rules 1931-1940: safety equipment -- Fatalities and catastrophic injuries, 1941-1950. -- Introduction -- Fatalities and catastrophic injuries, 1941-1950 -- Football rules 1941-1950: safety and equipment -- Fatalities and catastrophic injuries, 1951-1960. -- Introduction -- Fatalities and catastrophic injuries, 1951-1960 -- Football rules 1951-1960: safety equipment -- Fatalities and catastrophic injuries, 1961-1970. -- Introduction -- Fatalities and catastrophic injuries, 1961-1970 -- Football rules 1961-1970: safety and equipment -- Fatalities and catastrophic injuries, 1971-1980.-- Introduction -- Fatalities and catastrophic injuries, 1971-1980 -- Football rules 1971-1980: safety equipment -- Fatalities and catastrophic injuries, 1981-1990. -- Introduction -- Fatalities and catastrophic injuries, 1981-1990 -- Football rules 1981-1990: safety equipment -- Fatalities and catastrophic injuries, 1991-2000. -- Introduction -- Fatalities and catastrophic injuries, 1991-2000 -- Football rules 1991-2000: safety equipment -- Fatalities and catastrophic injuries, 2001-2008.-- Introduction -- Fatalities and catastrophic injuries, 2001-2008 -- Football rules 2001-2008: safety and equipment -- Medical aspects of football brain and spine injuries. -- Etiology of brain injury -- Etiology of cervical spine injury -- Types of brain injury -- Intracranial hemorrhage -- Epidural hematoma -- Subdural hematoma -- Subarachnoid hemorrhage -- Second impact malignant brain edema, or dysautoregulation syndrome -- Recognizing the syndrome -- Prevention is primary -- Types of spine injuries -- Fracture, concussion, contusion, hemorrhage -- Cervical cord neurapraxia or transient quadriplegia -- Central Cord Syndrome -- Stingers -- Vascular injury -- Concussion -- Grade 1 (Mild) Concussion -- Grade II (Moderate) Concussion -- Grade III (Severe) Concussion -- Postconcussion Syndrome -- Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE) -- History of the National Operating Committee on Standards for Athletic Equipment, 1969-2008 -- Risk management strategies for football. -- Importance of risk management -- Risk management strategies for football -- -- Prevention of catastrophic Head and Spine Injuries."Chapters discuss the history of football injuries by decade (1931-40, 1941-50, etc.) and critically analyze important circumstances in football that have played a role in fatality and catastrophic football injuries (equipment, rules, coaching, medical care, etc.). Additional chapters cover the history of brain and spinal injuries and how the detection and treatment have changed during the past 75 years, as well as heart-related and heat stroke fatalities. A chapter also discusses the history of NOCSAE [National Operating Committee on Standards for Athletic Equipment] and its effect on helmet standards and the reduction of football fatalities and catastrophic injuries."--From introduction p. 8.
Subjects: Football injuries.; Football injuries; Football players; Football players; Athletic Injuries; Athletic Injuries; Football; Football; History, 20th Century; History, 21st Century;
© c2011., Carolina Academic Press,
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Yoga fitness for men : build strength, improve performance, increase flexibility / by Pohlman, Dean.;
"Maximize athletic performance, reduce post-workout aches, and help prevent injuries. With 25 yoga workouts, and over 50 key postures, you'll discover how yoga can make you stronger, fitter, and more mobile."--Amazon.com.The best workout you're not doing -- Yoga myths : busted -- The 7 keys to yoga success -- Mindful exercise -- Start smart -- Postures: Standing ; Kneeling ; Balance ; Seated ; Front-lying ; Back-lying -- Workouts: Restorative ; Restorative and strengthening ; Strengthening -- Programs: 12 weeks for general fitness ; 12 weeks for athletic performance ; 16 weeks for a healthy spine and core.
Subjects: Hatha yoga.; Exercise for men.; Physical fitness for men.;
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Professional athletes / by Haerens, Margaret.;
Includes bibliographical references and index.This title addresses various issues related to professional athletes, including their role in society; policies regarding performance-enhancing drugs; whether athletes' free expression should be limited; and other controversies surrounding athletes, such as gambling problems and high salaries. The Opposing Viewpoints series seeks to explore the varying opinions in a balanced pros/cons debate. It attempts to encourage critical thinking and issue awareness by providing opposing views on contentious issues.
Subjects: Athletes;
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Mind game : an inside look at the mental health playbook of elite athletes / by Kliegman, Julie,1991-author.;
Includes bibliographical references and index.Introduction : learning from our idols -- Part I. Eyes on the prize : how mental performance shapes athletes -- Mentally tough : the stereotypes athletes fight -- Looking back : a history of sport psychology -- Science and practice : what mental performance coaches actually do -- Part II. The megaphone : speaking out about mental illness -- The firsts : trailblazers who came forward -- Open the floodgates : more athletes join the cause -- The greats chime in : anxiety and depression amid a pandemic -- On campus : the push for better care at colleges -- Part III. The diagnosis : coping with what you've got -- Substance use : from alcohol and cannabis to psychedelics -- Body image : eating disorders in professional athletes -- Life out of the game : injury, absence, and retirement -- Conclusion : so what's next?"Mind Game takes a deep look at how the best of the best-including Simone Biles, Michael Phelps, LeBron James, Serena Williams, Terry Bradshaw, and so many more-have struggled with and persevered through mental illness, while working on their mental performance skills that make them the great athletes they are"--
Subjects: Athletes; Athletes; Sports;
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The youth sports crisis : out-of-control adults, helpless kids / by Overman, Steven J.;
Includes bibliographical references and index.1. Introduction to youth sports -- What motivates youth sports participation? -- Do youth sports develop character? -- 2. Youth sports for adults -- The adult takeover of children's sports -- The youth sports coach, for better or worse -- The commercialization of youth sports -- 3. The child athlete's family -- The youth sports family -- The sports parent: soccer moms and dugout dads -- Are youth sports overpriced? -- Youth sports as college prep -- 4. The child athlete as miniature adult -- The hurried child athlete -- Toddler sports -- The child athlete as specialist -- The overscheduled child athlete -- Sports camps and academies -- 5. Youth sports may be hazardous to your child's physical health -- Unnecessary roughness: youth sports injuries -- Violence in youth sports -- Do youth sports promote unhealthy eating? -- Do youth sports promote fitness? -- 6. Youth sports may be hazardous to your child's emotional health -- The youth sports athlete under stress -- Youth sports and the shaping of masculinity -- Youth sports as child abuse -- Quitters never win: burnouts and dropouts -- 7. The toxic elements in youth sports -- Youth sports as drudgery -- Youth sports as child labor -- Winning is everything: competition out of control -- Youth sports as elitism -- 8. So you want your son to play football -- A portrait of youth football and its downside -- Youth football coaches: amateurs and abusers -- Bigger is better: overweight players -- No pain, no gain: a plague of injuries -- Does playing football promote bad behavior? -- Do you want your son to play football? -- 9. Concluding thoughts: reform or re-form.
Subjects: Sports for children;
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Principles of sports medicine & exercise science / by Buratovich, Michael A.,editor.;
Includes bibliographical references and index.Contents -- Publisher's Note -- Introduction -- Contributors -- Anatomy -- Anatomy -- Bones and the Skeleton -- Brain Structure -- Cartilage -- Circulation -- Connective Tissue -- Fascia -- Heart -- Hippocampus -- Human Respiratory System -- Knee -- Ligaments -- Lower Extremities -- Muscles -- Prefrontal Cortex (PFC) -- Upper Extremities -- Physiology/Pathophysiology -- Bone Disorders -- Brain -- Exercise Physiology -- Glycolysis -- Haller Establishes Physiology as a Science -- Hypertrophy -- Inflammation -- Iron-Deficiency Anemia -- Lactate Threshold -- Metabolism -- Motor Control -- Motor Skill Development -- Neuroplasticity -- Osmosis -- Osteoarthritis -- Pain -- Steroids -- Exercise Training -- Aerobics -- Autogenic Training -- Blood Flow Restriction (BFR) Training -- Cross-training -- Endurance Training -- Ergogenic Aids -- High-Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) -- Progressive Muscle Relaxation -- Static Stretching -- Stretching -- Stress Reduction -- Weight Training -- Nutrition and Supplements -- Amino Acids -- Anti-Inflammatory Diet -- Biotin -- Branched-Chain Amino Acids -- Carbohydrates -- Cetylated Fatty Acids -- Creatine -- Essential Nutrients -- Fatty Acid -- Glucosamine -- Iron -- Lecithin -- Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide (NAD) -- Nutrition -- Protein -- Sports and Energy Drinks -- Sports and Fitness Performance -- Supplements -- Vitamins and Minerals -- Injuries -- Back Pain.Bruises -- Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE) -- Common Shoulder Injuries -- Concussion -- Fracture and Dislocation -- Injuries, Minor -- Muscle Sprains, Spasms, and Disorders -- Post-Concussion Syndrome -- Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI) -- Soft Tissue Pain -- Sports-Related Wrist and Hand Injuries -- Strength Training -- Tendinitis -- Tendon Disorders -- Tennis Elbow (Lateral Epicondylitis) -- Traumatic Brain Injury -- Wounds -- Diagnostic Techniques -- Genetic Testing -- Genomics -- Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) -- Single-Photon Emission Computed Tomography (SPECT) -- Ultrasonography -- Injury Treatments-Standard -- Advances in Spinal Cord Injury Research -- Arthroplasty -- Astym Therapy -- Braces, Orthopedic -- Casts and Splints -- Constraint-Induced Movement Therapy (CIMT) -- Exercise-Based Therapies -- Hyaluronic Acid Injections -- Kneecap Removal -- Physical Rehabilitation -- Rotator Cuff Surgery -- Tendon Repair -- Tommy John Surgery -- Injury Treatments-Alternative/Experimental -- Acupressure -- Acupuncture -- Applied Kinesiology -- Cupping -- Diet-Based Therapies -- Homeopathic Remedies for Sports-Related Injuries -- Magnet Therapy -- Prolotherapy -- Sports and Fitness Recovery -- Sports Injuries and Homeopathy -- Tissue Engineering -- Medications -- Anti-Inflammatory Drugs -- Baclofen -- Carisoprodol -- Codeine -- Fentanyl -- Ketamine -- Morphine -- Nonsteroidal Anti-inflammatory Drugs (NSAIDs) -- Oxycodone -- Pain Management -- Prescription NSAIDs -- Tramadol -- Valium (diazepam) -- Drug Doping -- Athlete Drug Testing -- Blood Doping.Lance Armstrong Stripped of Tour de France Titles -- Erythropoietin -- Mark McGwire Evades Congressional Questions on Steroid Use -- Genetic Engineering -- Gymnast Andreea Raducan Loses Her Olympic Gold Medal -- Olympic Athlete Marion Jones Admits Steroid Use -- Olympic Champion Lasse Viren Is Accused of Blood Doping -- Performance-Enhancing Drugs -- Russian Sports Doping Scandal -- Soccer Star Diego Maradona Is Expelled from World Cup -- Steroid Abuse -- Steroids: HGH and PEDS -- Steroids in Baseball -- Track-and-Field Champion Heike Dreschler Doping Scandal -- Sports in General -- Benefits of Playing Sports -- Exercise Addiction -- Exercise and Mental Health -- Health Risks to Student Athletes -- Intramural Sports -- Overtraining Syndrome -- Sociology of Sport -- Sports Engineering -- Sports Psychology -- Transgender Athletes: Overview -- Transgender College Athletes -- Careers -- Athletic Training -- Cardiology -- Exercise Science -- Kinesiology -- Neuroscience -- Occupational Therapist -- Orthopedics -- Personal Trainer -- Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (PM&R) -- Physical Therapist -- Podiatry -- Sports Medicine -- Bibliography -- Glossary -- Organizations -- Subject Index.Explores the world of sports fitness, injury, and rehabilitation.10-A.Mode of access: Internet.
Subjects: Sports medicine.; Kinesiology.; Sports injuries.; Sports medicine.; Kinesiology.; Wounds and injuries.;
On-line resources: https://online.salempress.com/doi/book/10.3331/POSpKin -- Available online. Click here to access.;
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Principles of sports medicine & exercise science / by Buratovich, Michael A.,editor.; Salem Press,publisher.;
Includes bibliographical references, glossary, and index.Introduction -- Contributors -- Anatomy. Anatomy ; Bones and the skeleton ; Brain structure ; Cartilage ; Circulation ; Connective tissue ; Fascia ; Heart ; Hippocampus ; Human respiratory system ; Knee ; Ligaments ; Lower extremities ; Muscles ; Prefrontal cortex (PFC) ; Upper extremities -- Physiology/Pathophysiology. Bone disorders ; Brain ; Exercise physiology ; Glycolysis ; Haller establishes physiology as a science ; Hypertrophy ; Inflammation ; Iron-deficiency anemia ; Lactate threshold ; Metabolism ; Motor control ; Motor skill development ; Neuroplasticity ; Osmosis ; Osteoarthritis ; Pain ; Steroids -- Exercise training. Aerobics ; Autogenic training ; Blood flow restriction (BFR) training ; Cross-training ; Endurance training ; Ergogenic aids ; High-intensity interval training (HIIT) ; Progressive muscle relaxation ; Static stretching ; Stretching ; Stress reduction ; Weight training -- Nutrition and supplements. Amino acids ; Anti-inflammatory diet ; Biotin ; Branched-chain amino acids ; Carbohydrates ; Cetylated fatty acids ; Creatine ; Essential nutrients ; Fatty acid ; Glucosamine ; Iron ; Lecithin ; Nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide (NAD) ; Nutrition ; Protein ; Sports and energy drinks ; Sports and fitness performance ; Supplements ; Vitamins and minerals -- Injuries. Back pain ; Bruises ; Chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE) ; Common shoulder injuries ; Concussion ; Fracture and dislocation ; Injuries, Minor ; Muscle sprains, spasms, and disorders ; Post-concussion syndrome ; Repetitive strain injury (RSI) ; Soft tissue pain ; Sports-related wrist and hand injuries ; Strength training ; Tendinitis ; Tendon disorders ; Tennis elbow (lateral epicondylitis) ; Traumatic brain injury ; Wounds -- Diagnostic techniques. Genetic testing ; Genomics ; Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) ; Single-photon emission computed tomography (SPECT) ; Ultrasonography -- Injury treatments--Standard. Advances in spinal cord injury research ; Arthroplasty ; Astym therapy ; Braces, Orthopedic ; Casts and splints ; Constraint-induced movement therapy (CIMT) ; Exercise-based therapies ; Hyaluronic acid injections ; Kneecap removal ; Physical rehabilitation ; Rotator cuff surgery ; Tendon repair ; Tommy John surgery -- Injury treatments--Alternative/Experimental. Acupressure ; Acupuncture ; Applied kinesiology ; Cupping ; Diet-based therapies ; Homeopathic remedies for sports-related injuries ; Magnet therapy ; Prolotherapy ; Sports and fitness recovery ; Sports injuries and homeopathy ; Tissue engineering -- Medications. Anti-inflammatory drugs ; Baclofen ; Carisoprodol ; Codeine ; Fentanyl ; Ketamine ; Morphine ; Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) ; Oxycodone ; Pain management ; Prescription NSAIDs ; Tramadol ; Valium (diazepam) -- Drug doping. Athlete drug testing ; Blood doping ; Lance Armstrong stripped of Tour de France titles ; Erythropoietin ; Mark McGwire evades congressional questions on steroid use ; Genetic engineering ; Gymnast Andreea Raducan loses her Olympic Gold Medal ; Olympic athlete Marion Jones admits steroid use ; Olympic champion Lasse Viren is accused of blood doping ; Performance-enhancing drugs ; Russian sports doping scandal ; Soccer star Diego Maradona is expelled from World Cup ; Steroid abuse ; Steroids: HGH and PEDS ; Steroids in baseball ; Track-and-field champion Heike Dreschler doping scandal -- Sports in general. Benefits of playing sports ; Exercise addiction ; Exercise and mental health ; Health risks to student athletes ; Intramural sports ; Overtraining syndrome ; Sociology of sport ; Sports engineering ; Sports psychology ; Transgender athletes: Overview ; Transgender college athletes -- Careers. Athletic training ; Cardiology ; Exercise science ; Kinesiology ; Neuroscience ; Occupational therapist ; Orthopedics ; Personal trainer ; Physical medicine and rehabilitation (PM&R) ; Physical therapist ; Podiatry ; Sports medicine -- Bibliography -- Glossary -- Organizations -- Subject index.This volume introduces students and researchers to the science of human performance and health. It focuses on how a healthy human body works during exercise and how sports and physical activity promote health and performance, ranging from the cellular level to whole body perspectives. Coverage also includes exercise physiology, sports psychology, human anatomy and physiology, biomechanics, biokinetics, diet, the nature and pathology of sport injuries, and injury rehabilitation. The entries in this edition are arranged alphabetically for ease in finding desired topics. Entries include: Fields of Study; Abstract for a brief, concrete summary; Key Concepts; Essay for detailed explanation, background, and significance of the topic; Further Reading for current references on the topic. Entries in Principles of Sports Medicine & Exercise Science range from one to five pages in length. Specific topics include: Performance Supplements Sports Knee Injuries Back Injuries Sports Footwear Aerobic Training Power Training Creatine Supplements Muscle Hypertrophy Endurance Training Metabolic Carts Lactate Thresholds Branch-chain Amino Acids Protein Loading Stretching Rotator Cuff Surgery The volume also includes: Glossary that defines key specialized terms used throughout the book and among sports medicine professionals Comprehensive Bibliography/Further Study lists Subject Index that offers multiple points of entry for readers With approximately 125 individual essays, this new volume will give readers a solid overview of sports medicine and exercise science and is an invaluable resource for students at the high school and undergraduate levels, especially those considering careers in this popular field.
Subjects: Sports medicine.; Kinesiology.; Sports injuries.; Physiology.; Exercise;
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