Future Trends in Sports Medicine, An Issue of Clinics in Sports MedicineBy
- Scott Rodeo
Scott Rodeo, a clinician-scientist at the Hospital for Special Surgery in New York, NY, as well as a team physician for the 2004 and 2008 US Olympic teams, explores the future trends of sports medicine, with the help of more than two dozen other experts in the field. These experts weigh in on the leading topics of Tissue Engineering Approaches to Ligament Graft Fixation, Meniscus Replacement Using Synthetic Materials, New Techniques in Allograft Processing and Preservation, Platelet-Rich Plasma for Percutaneous Treatment of Tendon and Muscle Injury, Emerging Concepts in Diagnosis and Management of Concussion, New Techniques in Articular Cartilage Imaging, New Trends in Diagnosis and Management of Athletic Pubalgia and Sports Hernia, Advances in Rehab/Performance Training, Current Status and Potential for Primary ACL Repair, Surgical Navigation in Knee Ligament Reconstruction, Emerging Options for Treatment of Articular Cartilage Injury in the Athlete, Growth Factors for Rotator Cuff Repair, and Stem Cells for Treatment of Muscle Injury.
The Clinics: Internal Medicine
Hardbound, 240 Pages
Published: December 2008