Mueller-Wohlfahrt, H. - Ueblacker, P. - Haensel, L.

Accounting for the majority of sports-related disorders, injuries of the skeletal muscles have been difficult to define, classify, and treat because of their heterogeneity and frequency of hard-to-assess borderline cases. Now, for the first time, readers will find full coverage of muscle anatomy, physiology, diagnosis, imaging, treatment, rehabilitation, and prevention in one comprehensive volume, including a new terminology and classification system based on the groundbreaking 2011 Munich consensus conference of international sports medicine experts. Special Features:Written by top international sports medicine physicians who have more than 35 years of experience treating competitive athletes, including the German national soccer teamGathers all the literature on sports-related muscle injuries in one complete, time-saving text that sets a new standard in the fieldEmphasizes practice-oriented content with a strong scientific foundation and basic principles along with state-of-the-art diagnostic and treatment methodsDescribes a uniform terminology and classification methodology that differentiates between functional muscle disorders and structural injuries, with key indications based on type of injury and duration of therapyShares dozens of case studies that point out pitfalls, complications, and high-risk situationsProvides more than 500 vivid, full-color illustrations and photographs, including detailed anatomic diagrams and tables At a time when sports-related muscle injuries have increasingly become the focus of research and clinical studies, especially due to their impact on player absence and injury recurrence, this book makes an enormous contribution to the field. It is essential reading for all sports medicine physicians, residents and fellows, physical therapists, coaches, and other practitioners involved in caring for athletes. MUSCLE INJURIES IN SPORTS.

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Sofi Voighua

Sports injuries are injuries that occur during sport, athletic activities, or exercising. In the United States, there are approximately 30 million teenagers and children combined who participate in some form of organized sport. Of those, about three million athletes age 14 years and under experience a sports injury annually.

Mattio Mazios

Doctor insights on: Muscle Injuries In Sports Share Share Follow @HealthTap Embed Dr. Charles Cattano Dr. Cattano 2 doctors agreed: 1 1 ... 01/09/2014

Noe Schulzzo

Are you searching for information about Sports Injury? ... dull ache in the affected part of the body; Limited functionality; Muscle tightness and soreness; Bruising, ... 12 Apr 2017 ... This indirectly leads to muscle weakness so that a recurrence of the injury occurs easily. Recurrence of overuse injuries will continue until broken ...

Jason Statham

Muscle strain presents one of the most frequently used terms to describe athletic muscle injury, but this term is still without clear definition and used with high ... This book attempts to provide a comprehensive look at all of the pathologies of muscles that are likely to be encountered in treating sports-related injuries.

Jessica Kolhmann

These injuries present a challenge for specialists, due to the slow recovery, during which time athletes are unable to take part in training and competitions, and due to frequent sequelae and recurrences of the injuries. Most muscle injuries (between 10% and 55% of all injuries) occur during sports activities.