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TitleWomen's sports injuries [electronic resource] / edited by Kimberly J. Templeton
ImprintRosemont, IL : American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, [2013]
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Descript 1 online resource (vii, 92 pages) : illustrations


"This new monograph helps you manage and prevent sports-related injuries, for which there is increasing evidence of sex-based differences. Women's Sports Injuries addresses sex-based and gender-based differences in incidence, risk factors, and etiology and identifies areas for potential intervention or prevention. The conditions explored in this resource represent areas for continued investigation to reduce the risk of short-term and long-term effects of sports-related injuries. The concise chapters provide insight regarding the treatment recommendations for each condition as well as how injuries occur differently in women than in men. Recognized experts in their respective specialties provide current concepts of management and offer advances, tips, and pitfalls related to the treatment of common injuries"--Publisher's description


Introduction -- Shoulder and elbow injuries -- Patellofemoral disorders -- Meniscal tears and anterior cruciate ligament injuries -- Foot and ankle injuries -- The female athlete triad and stress fractures -- Sports nutrition -- Sports-related concussions

Sports injuries -- Diagnosis Sports injuries -- Treatment Women athletes -- Wounds and injuries Women athletes -- Health and hygiene Sports Medicine Athletic Injuries Women


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