3 edition of Medical care of the adolescent athlete found in the catalog.
Medical care of the adolescent athlete
Eugene F. Luckstead
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Eugene F. Luckstead, Donald E. Greydanus.|
|Contributions||Greydanus, Donald E.|
|LC Classifications||RC1218.C45 L83 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 325 p. :|
|Number of Pages||325|
|LC Control Number||90006071|
Sports Nutrition for the Adolescent Athlete George B. Batten, M.D. Adequate nutrition is important for the proper growth and development of young people. It is even more essential to . Chapter 5 - Nutrition Considerations for Youth and Adolescent Athletes; Chapter 6 - Providing Appropriate Medical Care in Secondary School Athletics: The TEAM Approach; Editors: Gail “Cookie” Freidhoff-Bohman, PT, ATC-Ret. Mark DeCarlo, PT, DPT, MHA, SCS, ATC. Authors.
The young athlete may be particularly vulnerable to sport injury because of the physical and physiological processes of growth. Injury risk factors unique to the young athlete and related to the three injury types considered in the present article include growth plate vulnerability, possible differences between biological and chronological age, the adolescent growth spurt, and differential. Overuse is one of the most common etiologic factors that lead to injuries in the pediatric and adolescent athlete. As more children are becoming involved in organized and recreational athletics, the incidence of overuse injuries is increasing. Many children are participating in sports year-round and sometimes on multiple teams by:
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About the Author. The American Academy of Pediatrics is an organization of 67, primary care pediatricians, pediatric Medical care of the adolescent athlete book subspecialists and pediatric surgical specialists dedicated to the health, safety and well-being of infants, children, adolescents and young adults.
The AAP is the largest pediatric publisher in the world, 5/5(2). Adolescent psychology and physiology --Sports-specific physical examination and cardiac evaluation --Basic concepts of sport physiology --Recognition and management of sport injuries in adolescents --Adolescent female athlete --Special problems of the adolescent athlete --Medical concerns of the adolescent athlete --Use and abuse of drugs in the adolescent athlete --Team physician --Physically disabled athlete.
This reader-friendly book takes a practical approach to caring for the adolescent athlete. Logically organized by joint, the book identifies both chronic and acute injuries in addition to congenital conditions.
It details fundamentals, including basic anatomy, joint examination, and patient : Hardcover. Academy for her achievement in the field of pediatric and adolescent.
sports medicine with the Thomas Schaeffer Award. She has served. as team physician for USA Women's Basketball and the Olympic Team. Physician program, as well as for numerous local high school and. college teams. Get this from a library. Medical care of the adolescent; a textbook concerning the medical care and understanding of adolescents themselves and of their disorders, by J.
Roswell Gallagher and the staff physicians of the Adolescent Unit [Children's Hospital MedicalCenter, Boston]. [J Roswell Gallagher; Children's Hospital Medical Center, Boston. This is an appropriate time for a book series focusing on pediatric and adolescent sports medicine. Estimates are that 25 million children regularly engage in organized sports in the United States alone, and due to the increasing intensity of children’s and youth sports, there has been a regrettable increase in the incidence of acute sports injuries.
Medical care of the athlete. Adamkin DH. Atheletics involve many health hazards for children. The possibility for injury is present and participation means a calculated risk. To justify the risks, the benefits must outweigh the dangers.
Sports, suitably engaged in, promote both physical and mental by: Unlike college and professional athletes, who have designated medical personnel and formal health care teams trained to provide athlete care, the medical care of adolescent athletes falls under the domain of the primary practitioner, usually a physician, who may have the assistance of an athletic trainer, in some by: Guide for Medical Evaluation of Candidates for School Sports American Medical Association Committee on Medical Aspects of Sports, Revised Edition () American Medical Association Chicago R.L.
Larson, R.O. McMahan, The epiphyses and the childhood athlete J.A.M.A () Cited by: Caring for the Adolescent Patient Adolescence is a developmental period when many changes occur that have an impact on the physical and emotional health and well-being of these young people. It is important for health care providers to feel comfortable caring for this population, especially when it comes to sexual and reproductive health care.
1- Encourage the athlete to use an inhaler before playing--prevention. 2 - Using an inhaler once during the same session for symptoms is okay. Symptoms must be fully resolved before playing again.
3 –If an inhaler is needed another time during the session due to symptoms, the athlete should be off the field for the rest of the day.
The Adolescent Athlete: A Practical Approach offers keen insight into providing musculoskeletal care for growing athletes. Chapters are logically organized by anatomical region and are written by.
Care of the Young Athlete / Edition 2 available in Hardcover. Add to Wishlist The American Academy of Pediatrics is an organization of 67, primary care pediatricians, pediatric medical subspecialists and pediatric surgical specialists dedicated to the health, safety and well-being of infants, children, adolescents and young adults Price: $ To maintain focus and limit the scope of this mini-review, the following sections will present current data on sports-related TBI in the adolescent athlete because this topic is of clinical import to many nurses, trainers, and other emergency room medical by: The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
The AAP designates this enduring material for a maximum of AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. is a rapid access, point-of-care medical reference for primary care and emergency clinicians.
Started inthis collection now contains interlinked topic pages divided into a tree of 31 specialty books and chapters. Content is updated. This course will outline the use of evidence-based decision making for surgical and physical therapy management of pediatric and adolescent sports injuries in the developing athlete.
This course will be a single-day event focusing on the effects of growth and development of the young athlete and their impact on injuries, rehabilitation and surgical approach. JOSPT July-August ADOLESCENT ATHLETE 2 1 occur due to violent forces or chronic stresses referred to as overuse syndromes.
A violent force to the lateral aspect of a matured knee joint would likely result in a medial tibial collateral ligament sprain. In young athletes, ligaments have been determined to be 2 to 5 times as. Athletes are expected to perform and put their inherent trust in any number of health care professionals to help them stay physically and mentally prepared for their sport.
This, in combination with the often sensitive nature of concerns and strict confidentiality afforded to protect the athlete’s privacy, put them in precarious positions. The goal of this document is to help the team physician improve the care of the adolescent athlete by understanding the medical, musculoskeletal, and psychological factors common in this age group.
To accomplish this goal, the team physician should have knowledge of and be involved with. Sport Psychology and the Adolescent Athlete. May ; Pediatric As a primary care provider, the certified athletic trainer is in an ideal position to detect serious postinjury depression and.Completely revised and expanded, this comprehensive guide will benefit everyone who treats athletic injuries, including primary care physicians, sports physical therapists, orthopaedic surgeons, and physician assistants.
The collaboration of athletic trainers and sports medicine physicians brings you a balanced, in-depth new edition guides you through anatomy, types of injuries.Medical Conditions Affecting Sports Participation ABSTRACT. Children and adolescents with medical conditions present special issues with respect to partici-pation in athletic activities.
The pediatrician can play an important role in determining whether a child with a .