Soccer Injury Prevention and Treatment

A Guide to Optimal Performance for Players, Parents, and Coaches

Author: John Gallucci, Jr., MS, ATC, PT, DPT

Publisher: Demos Medical Publishing


Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 200

View: 136

Written by the medical coordinator for Major League Soccer, a nationally recognized physical therapist who treats athletes of all ages and abilities, Soccer Injury Prevention and Treatment is a comprehensive, illustrated guide to the best training, strengthening, stretching, nutrition, and hydration regimens to keep athletes ñ both professional and recreational - safe and on the field. Youíll learn: Ways to prevent the most common soccer injuries, including ACL tears, fractures, ankle sprains, calf strains, shin splints, and overuse injuries To identify the signs and symptoms of injury and when to seek treatment Common setbacks for children and youth How to reduce pain and stop nagging injuries from becoming chronic problems Return-to-play protocols for concussion and warning signs for serious brain injury Exercises to build endurance, flexibility, and power while protecting your body from harm The LESS program, a targeted lower-body strengthening plan to prevent injury

Soccer Injuries

Prevention and Treatment

Author: Ralf Meier

Publisher: Meyer & Meyer Verlag


Category: Medical

Page: 126

View: 396

Looks at methods of treatment for a variety of soccer injuries and describes training methods to avoid injuries.

Soccer Injuries

Their Causes, Prevention and Treatment

Author: Bob O'Connor

Publisher: Crowood Press


Category: Medical

Page: 224

View: 373

This book discusses the injuries incurred in soccer, how to prevent or reduce their incidence, and how to treat them. It covers all the injuries that a soccer player at any level is likely to experience. Research from around the world indicates how many athletic injuries can be prevented by proper physical examinations, effective condition, better equipment, better care of field equipment and pitches, and even through rule changes and more efficient officiating. The authors discuss the current thinking on both injury prevention and player rehabilitation, and describe how to diagnose injuries and provide effective first aid and treatment.

The Complete Guide to Soccer Fitness and Injury Prevention

A Handbook for Players, Parents, and Coaches

Author: Donald T. Kirkendall

Publisher: Univ of North Carolina Press


Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 272

View: 230

What are the best fuel foods for soccer players? What training regimen will best prepare young soccer players and improve their resistance to injuries? This comprehensive guide to health and fitness for soccer players offers expert advice for soccer teams at all levels. With decades of combined experience treating and training elite soccer players, exercise physiologist Donald Kirkendall and orthopedic specialist William E. Garrett Jr. present complex issues in an easy-to-understand format. The book addresses the physical and mental demands of the game, including the differences between boys' and girls' games and the differences in the levels of play in youth, college, and professional leagues; nutrition fundamentals, including food, drink, and vitamin supplements; physiology and training methods, with an emphasis on the basic elements of flexibility, speed, strength, and conditioning; and injury treatment and prevention. For players looking to step up their game, for parents who want to keep their kids healthy, and for coaches seeking the advice of the pros, this guide is an indispensable reference to keep handy on the sidelines.

Sports Injuries

Prevention, Treatment and Rehabilitation, Fourth Edition

Author: Lars Peterson

Publisher: CRC Press


Category: Medical

Page: 620

View: 968

As more and more people realize the cardiovascular, metabolic, and muscular benefits that regular physical activity provides, the risk for potential injury also increases. In order to provide successful treatment, all persons involved in the management of injury must have a thorough understanding of the healing process of the various tissues and also be familiar with the demands of different types of sports. Written by two world-renowned experts, Sports Injuries, Fourth Edition comprehensively covers the prevention, treatment, and rehabilitation of sports injuries. Essential reading for all athletes, coaches/trainers, physiotherapists, and doctors, the updated edition of this highly popular and well-established textbook skillfully integrates scientific background and evidence with practical application. Topics covered include: Individual risk factors for sports injuries Effects of physical inactivity on the tissues Head and face injuries in sport Cervical, thoracic and abdominal injuries in sport Back and spine injuries in sport Outdoor activities during extreme conditions Sports injuries of the lower and upper extremities Injuries in sport for the disabled Richly illustrated with more than 650 color drawings and photographs, this book covers injuries resulting from the full range of international sports. For each type of injury examined, it details the symptoms, mechanism of injury, diagnosis, treatment, rehabilitation protocols, and key points—clearly stating what both non-medical and medical professionals should do in each case of injury. This easy-to-follow textbook features a glossary of key terms and protocols with rehabilitation exercises to provide readers with a solid understanding about how to effectively treat, rehabilitate, and prevent sports injuries.

Sports Rehabilitation and Injury Prevention

Author: Paul Comfort

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons


Category: Science

Page: 548

View: 630

This text provides a comprehensive, practical, evidence-based guide to the field. It covers each stage of the rehabilitation process from initial assessment, diagnosis and treatment, to return to pre-injury fitness and injury prevention. Presenting a holistic approach, this text also addresses the nutritional and psychological aspects of the rehabilitation process for the amateur sports enthusiast as well as elite athletes. Divided into five parts, Parts I, II and III cover screening and assessment, the pathophysiology of sports injuries and healing and the various stages of training during the rehabilitation process. Part IV covers effective clinical decision making, and Part V covers joint specific injuries and pathologies in the shoulder, elbow wrist and hand, groin and knee. Key features: Comprehensive. Covers the complete process from diagnosis and treatment to rehabilitation and prevention of injuries. Practical and relevant. Explores numerous real world case studies and sample rehabilitation programmes to show how to apply the theory in practice. Cutting Edge. Presents the latest research findings in each area to provide an authoritative guide to the field.

Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation

A Sport-specific Approach

Author: Ralph M. Buschbacher

Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins


Category: Medical

Page: 285

View: 918

Geared to physiatrists and sports medicine physicians, this book is a practical guide to the rehabilitation of sport injuries. It focuses on specific sports and describes a variety of popular sports in sufficient depth so that physicians can confidently diagnose and treat patients injured during each sport. The authors focus on conservative management of injuries, so that physicians can maximize nonsurgical options before resorting to surgery. The book explains the mechanism of each injury and offers strategies for evaluating patients and preparing them to return to play. Numerous illustrations complement the text.

Soccer Injuries

Prevention and First Aid

Author: Alan G. Smith

Publisher: Crowood Press


Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 96

View: 715

The Encyclopaedia of Sports Medicine: An IOC Medical Commission Publication, Clinical Practice of Sports Injury Prevention and Care

Author: P. A. F. H. Renstrom

Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell


Category: Medical

Page: 744

View: 646

This volume in the Encyclopaedia of Sports Medicine series, the companion volume to Sports Injuries: Basic Principles of Prevention and Care, deals in detail with specific sports injuries and their treatment. The book divides roughly into two parts: Traumatic and Overuse Injuries looks at injuries to each part of the body, with three chapters on knee injuries and a chapter on dermatological problems in sport. Sport-Specific Injuries covers particular injuries arising in both team and individual sports such as basketball, soccer, swimming, weightlifting, and tennis.