offers the first complete look at the scope and major ideas of the subject and provides students with a solid grounding in prominent research topics and a thorough understanding of the key concepts and current debates in the field.
New research from the University of Michigan Health System shows patients who have recurrent shoulder dislocations may benefit from surgical reconstruction using cadaver bone and cartilage to essentially ‘sculpt’ a new shoulder.
The text goes beyond simply explaining how to apply each therapy, but goes on to explain why and when each course of treatment would prove safe and effective.
According to a report on Eurosport, a sports scientist has recommended giving the England team Viagra at next year’s World Cup in South Africa to help them cope with playing at altitude.
….takes the skills that sports science students need to acquire and organises them into a modular system that will help their ongoing development and at the same time provide instructors with a systematic means of assessing their students’ progress
The artificial lower limbs of double-amputee Olympic hopeful Oscar Pistorius give him a clear and major advantage over his competition, taking 10 seconds or more off what his 400-metre race time would be if his prosthesis behaved like intact limbs.
Edgier than rounders, but safer than baseball – that’s softball and if you are interested in introducing this exciting sport to your students but don’t know where to begin, then this is the book for you.
“In children, back pain is usually attributed to muscle spasm or sprain,” Dr. Burns said. “It is assumed that disc disease does not occur in children, but my experience says otherwise.”