Managing Sports Injuries
a guide for students and cliniciansBy
- Christopher Norris, PhD MSc MCSP, Director of Norris Associates, Physiotherapists, Sale, Manchester; Visiting lecturer to Salford University and Manchester Metropolitan University, Manchester, UK
Now in its fourth edition with the revised title - Managing Sports Injuries: a guide for students and clinicians - this highly practical guide maintains its evidence-based approach while introducing new material from both research and clinical sources. It is a comprehensive resource for the management of soft-tissue injuries, focusing on therapy.
Well referenced and extensively illustrated, this text continues to be invaluable to physiotherapists, sports and massage therapists, medical practitioners, and all those involved in the treatment of athletes and sports people.
Physiotherapists (undergraduates, postgraduates, practitioners). Sports physicians; team coaches.
Hardbound, 432 Pages
Imprint: Churchill Livingstone
Section I Diagnosis
2. Sports massage3. Taping in sport
4. Physical training and injury5. Exercise therapy
6. First contact management7. Lower limb motion during walking, running and jumping
Section II Management8. The hip and thigh
9. The knee10. The shin
11. The ankle12. The foot
13. The lumbar spine14. The thorax and thoracic spine
15. The cervical spine16. Facial injury
17. The shoulder18. The elbow
19. The wrist and hand