Essentials of Athletic Injury Management https://www.mheducation.com/cover-images/Jpeg_400-high/0078022754.jpeg 10 9780078022753 Essentials of Athletic Injury Management provides the information you need to manage the care of athletic injuries—from prevention, identification and assessment of injuries to interaction with players, parents and physicians. Designed for those beginning careers in coaching, physical education and the fitness profession, this text prepares students to manage injury and emergency situations when an athletic trainer or physician is not available. Action plans, checklists and applications of universal precautions in athletic environments are included to provide the practical tools needed to get started in the field.
Essentials of Athletic Injury Management

Essentials of Athletic Injury Management

10th Edition
By William Prentice
ISBN10: 0078022754
ISBN13: 9780078022753
Copyright: 2016
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PART I: Organizing and Establishing an Effective Athletic Health Care System

1: Fitness Professionals, Coaches, and the Sports Medicine Team: Defining Roles

2: Organizing and Administering an Athletic Health Care Program

3: Legal Liability and Insurance

PART II: Preventing Injuries in an Athletic Health Care System

4: Preventing Injuries Through Fitness Training

5: Sports Nutrition and Supplements

6: Selecting and Using Protective Sports Equipment

7: Understanding the Potential Dangers of Adverse Environmental Conditions

PART III: Techniques for Treating and Managing Sport-Related Injuries

8: Handling Emergency Situations and Injury Assessment

9: Bloodborne Pathogens, Universal Precautions, and Wound Care

10: Wrapping and Taping Techniques

11: Understanding the Basics of Injury Rehabilitation

12: Helping the Injured Athlete Psychologically

PART IV: Recognition and Management of Specific Injuries and Conditions

13: Recognizing Different Sports Injuries

14: The Foot and Toes

15: The Ankle and Lower Leg

16: The Knee and Related Structures

17: The Thigh, Hip, Groin, and Pelvis

18: The Shoulder Complex

19: The Elbow, Forearm, Wrist, and Hand

20: The Spine

21: The Thorax and Abdomen

22: The Head, Face, Eyes, Ears, Nose, and Throat

23: General Medical Conditions and Additional Health Concerns

24: Substance Abuse

25: Preventing and Managing Injuries in Young Athletes

Appendixes

Appendix A: Employment Settings for the Athletic Trainer

Appendix B: Requirements for Certification as an Athletic Trainer

Appendix C: Directional Movements for Body Joints

Glossary

Credits

Index

About the Author

William Prentice

Dr. William Prentice is Professor of Exercise and Sport Science and Coordinator of the Sports Medicine Program at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where he also serves as the Director of the NATA approved Graduate Athletic Training Education Program. He received his BS and MS from the University of Delaware and his Ph.D. in Sports Medicine and Applied Physiology from the University of Virginia. He also has a BS in Physical Therapy from the University of North Carolina. He is a Certified Member of the National Athletic Trainers' Association and has received the Sayers A. "Bud" Miller Distinguished Athletic Trainer Educator Award and the Most Distinguished Athletic Trainer Award from the NATA. In 2004 he was inducted into the NATA Hall of Fame. Dr. Prentice served as the Athletic Trainer for the Women's Soccer Program, which has won eighteen NCAA National Championships. He teaches graduate courses in sports medicine and athletic training. Dr. Prentice is the author of nine best-selling texts in athletic training, sports medicine, and health-related fitness.

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