A 35-year-old Australian woman had to be cut out of a pair of “skinny jeans” after her calves ballooned in size.
This book presents techniques for diagnosis and treatment of head-related sports injuries to enable medical professionals to provide the best care possible
This updated edition introduces readers to key concepts concerning the anatomical, mechanical, physiological, neural and psychological bases of human movement
This outstanding introduction to the field, focuses on those aspects of motor behaviour that can be observed directly as well as the many factors that affect the quality of these performances and the ease with which they can be learned.
Assessment and Treatment of Muscle Imbalance blends postural techniques, neurology and functional capabilities in order to alleviate chronic musculoskeletal pain and promote greater functionality.
New guidelines for the care of youth athletes who sustain concussions are causing controversy among brain-injury experts, reigniting the debate over whether strict rules regarding concussions can actually leave athletes at greater risk for injury.
“Future studies that follow these former athletes with concussion as they get older are necessary if we are to verify whether sports concussions sustained early in life can lead to more severe deterioration in their mental and physical functions.”