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Shoulder injuries in the athlete

Shoulder injuries in the athlete

surgical repair and rehabilitation

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Published by Churchill Livingstone in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Shoulder -- Wounds and injuries.,
  • Sports injuries.,
  • Shoulder -- injuries.,
  • Athletic Injuries -- therapy.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementedited by Richard J. Hawkins, Gary W. Misamore ; with illustrations by Theodore G. Huff.
    ContributionsHawkins, Richard J., Misamore, Gary W.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRD557.5 .S544 1996
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 470 p. :
    Number of Pages470
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL800484M
    ISBN 100443089477
    LC Control Number95036792

    A SLAP Tear injury involves the top section of the labrum, which is the cup-shaped cartilage rim that lines and reinforces the ball and socket joint of the shoulder. This injury is common among throwing athletes because it typically caused by repetitive shoulder motion. Warmup: Stretch: After the warm-up, do the stretching exercises shown on Page 1 before moving on to the strengthening exercises. When you have completeds the strengthening exercises, repeat the stretching exercises to end the program. Do not ignore pain: You should not feel pain during an exercise. Talk to your doctor or physical therapist if you have any pain while exercising.

    This injury can be caused by falling on an outstretched arm, a car accident, straining to catch a heavy object, sudden jerking motion of the arm above the shoulder and shoulder dislocation. Athletes with SLAP injuries are often involved in sports requiring overhead arm motion as in pitching, throwing, or weightlifting. The Athlete's Shoulder by Kevin E. Wilk,Michael M. Reinold,James Rheuben Andrews Book Resume: The latest edition of this in-depth look at athletic injuries of the shoulder has been updated to feature 16 new chapters, additional illustrations and algorithms, an added focus on arthroscopic treatments, and pearls that highlight key information.

      Tendonitis/tendonosis is most frequently an overuse injury in the overhead athlete and does not usually represent an acute injury process. The symptoms frequently occur early in the season, when the athlete's arm is not conditioned properly. These injuries may also occur at the end of the season, as the athlete begins to fatigue. Injuries in the Young Athlete /88 $+ Shoulder and Elbow Injuries in the Young Athlete Mary Lloyd Ireland, M9,* and fames R. Andrews, MDt The skeletally immature athlete sustains upper extremity injuries unique to the epiphyseal plate, articular cartilage, musculotendinous units, and specific to the sport itself.


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Shoulder injuries in the athlete Download PDF EPUB FB2

As a physical therapist, I found this book to be a comprehensive look at not only the athletes shoulder, but any shoulder. The list of contributing authors is a distinguished list of the top doctors, therapists and trainers in the world. The book does an excellent job of reviewing basic anatomy, biomechanics, and surgical by: Shoulder and Elbow Injuries in Athletes, 1st Edition.

Editors: Robert A. Arciero & Frank A. Cordasco & Matthew T Provencher. Thorough and concise this practical reference provides a unique on-field management approach to all athletic injuries to the shoulder and elbow as well as nonoperative and operative treatment options including arthroscopy and open surgery.

The latest edition of this in-depth look at athletic injuries of the shoulder has been updated to feature 16 new chapters, additional illustrations and algorithms, an added focus on arthroscopic treatments, and pearls that highlight key information.

Additional contributing authors give you a fresh spin on new and old topics from rehabilitation exercises to special coverage of female athletes.

Book description. Thorough and concise, this practical reference provides a unique, on-field management approach to all athletic injuries to the shoulder and elbow, as well as nonoperative and opera read full description.

Browse content. Description Thorough and concise, this practical reference provides a unique, on-field management approach to all athletic injuries to the shoulder and elbow, as well as nonoperative and operative treatment options, including arthroscopy and open surgery.

This book focuses exclusively on upper extremity injuries in the young athlete, including the latest evidence and diagnostic and treatment strategies, covering sports-specific injuries to the shoulder, elbow and wrist, as well as common hand, finger and nerve injuries and the.

Shoulder symptoms in overhead athletes are related mainly to failure of the kinetic chain. Once the kinetic chain fails, shoulder biomechanics may change, resulting in overstress of specific soft tissues, including tendons, ligaments, and muscles, or at the joint surface.

(2) Do most shoulder problems in the overhead athlete need surgery. active in community-based sports activities. Each year, an estimated million sports-related injuries occur in adolescents.

Shoulder injuries account for up to 10 percent of all sports-related surgeries on high school athletes. Sports and recreational activities are the primary causes of shoulder injuries in individuals under the age of The latest edition of this in-depth look at athletic injuries of the shoulder has been updated to feature 16 new chapters additional illustrations and algorithms an added focus on arthroscopic treatments and pearls that highlight key information.

Additional contributing authors give you a fresh spin on new and old topics from rehabilitation exercises to special coverage of female athletes.

Book description The latest edition of this in-depth look at athletic injuries of the shoulder has been updated to feature 16 new chapters, additional illustrations and algorithms, an added focus o read full description.

A rupture of the long head of biceps muscle is a tear or strain of the long tendon of the biceps muscle which originates from the shoulder. It is more common in older athletes. A sudden sharp pain is felt at the front of the upper arm/shoulder. There may be pain and swelling over the front of the shoulder joint.

Written by a multidisciplinary team of expert shoulder surgeons, athletic trainers, and physical therapists, this volume is the most complete and up-to-date reference on the evaluation, treatment, rehabilitation, and prevention of shoulder injuries in throwing and other overhead athletes.

Rotator cuff tears, bursitis and tendonitis, SLAP tears and shoulder impingement are common problems in baseball, softball, football, cricket, water polo, tennis, javelin, racquetball and volleyball.

And while the general population may not subject their shoulders to the amount of force athletes do, shoulder problems are still a major problem. Shoulder Injuries in the Athlete: Surgical Repair and Rehabilitation by Hawkins, Richard J.

and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at - Shoulder Injuries in the Athlete: Surgical Repair and Rehabilitation - AbeBooks. Shoulder injuries are frequently caused by athletic activities that involve excessive, repetitive, overhead motion, such as swimming, tennis, pitching, and weightlifting.

Injuries can also occur during everyday activities such washing walls, hanging curtains, and gardening. Warning Signs of a Shoulder Injury. Historical development of shoulder care / Carter R. Rowe --Epidemiologic perspective on shoulder injuries / James A.

Hill --Anatomy and biomechanics of the shoulder in throwing, swimming, gymnastics, and tennis / Jacquelin Perry --Special properties of living tissue that affect the shoulder in athletes / Christopher M. Jobe --Assessing the.

The shoulder and elbow represent two of the most commonly injured joints in the adolescent population. Specific injuries vary by sport and can involve various structures, depending on the mechanism of injury.

Unlike the adult shoulder, the immature skeletal structure of the adolescent athlete can le. The latest edition of this in-depth look at athletic injuries of the shoulder has been updated to feature 16 new chapters, additional illustrations Reviews: 1.

The most common acute shoulder injury is a clavicle fracture. In most cases, conservative treatment consisting of immobilization, activity modification, and physical therapy effectively treats the fracture. When it doesn’t, surgical intervention in the form of an open reduction internal fixation (ORIF) is necessary.

This injury affects the joint where your collarbone and shoulder blade come together. It’s called the acromioclavicular (AC) joint.

A fall or hard blow tears the ligaments holding it together. Amateur athletes go home, wrap some ice on the injury, elevate, take two ibuprofen and call the doctor in a few days if things haven’t improved, said Jason Craig, an associate professor of.As an athlete or the parent of an athlete, it is very important to understand the signs and symptoms of common shoulder injuries so you can be on the lookout for them.

Three of the injuries most commonly seen in athletes are: SLAP Tear, Shoulder Instability, and Rotator Cuff Injury.Summary: This text discusses the pathphysiology, anatomy and mechanics of sports-related shoulder injuries and compares the differences between injuries in the athlete and the non-athlete.

An assessment of the results of surgery is included along with a .