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Sports Injuries & Therapies


Sports Injuries & Therapies



CASTING & SPLINTING COMMON SPORTS INJURIES

By Rod Walters

Splinting and casting of injuries is a skill that is not always practiced as often or to the degree that they should be by athletic trainers. Casting & Splinting Common Sports Injuries features an overview of the basic rules involved in both the splinting and casting of injuries. The DVD also explains how the techniques of splinting and casting can help facilitate the enhanced care of patients, as well as be a skill that athletic trainers can embrace as physician-extenders in many markets.

Among the topics covered:

  • The rules of splinting
  • Simi-rigid thumb spica
  • Thumb splint
  • Hand & wrist cast
  • Thumb spica cast
  • Posterior arm splint

    DVD / 2012 / 32 minutes

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    CONCUSSIONS IN SPORTS: TREATING AND MAKING RETURN-TO-PLAY DECISIONS

    By Rod Walters

    The challenge of dealing with the concussed athlete can be a tremendous responsibility to the sports medicine team. As such management of this injury has evolved into dealing with symptoms and pathology from various systems. Concussions in Sports: Treating and Making Return-to-Play Decisions explains why by establishing baseline measurements, objective data can be extracted and used to make valid return-to-play decisions post-injury. The DVD also details how effective communication and objective assessment can help facilitate the effective treatment of this difficult injury.

    Among the topics covered:

  • Worst case scenario: second impact syndrome
  • Long-term cognitive impairment
  • Post-concussion syndrome
  • What is a typical rate of recovery?
  • Post-concussion syndrome risk factors
  • Why more concern with kids?
  • Remember the risk factors
  • What happens to the brain during a concussion?
  • How do you sort it out? and many more...

    DVD / 2012 / 25 minutes

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    CONCUSSIONS IN SPORTS: UNDERSTANDING THE BASICS

    By Rod Walters

    Concussions in Sports: Understanding the Basics presents a practical resource for individuals who want to develop a better understanding of the key factors involved in this potentially serious head injury. The DVD outlines the underlying mechanics of a concussion, as well as details common signs and symptoms attendant to this traumatic injury. The DVD also explains why concussions should receive special attention. In addition, the DVD offers specific suggestions for reducing both brain and spinal injuries. The DVD also discusses the fact that some athletes return to athletics too soon after suffering a concussion.

    Among the topics covered:

  • Change in definition of concussions
  • What are mechanisms of injury?
  • Results from a variety of forces
  • Examples of clinical findings
  • Functional disturbance
  • Structural injury
  • Common signs and symptoms
  • Concussions present in different ways
  • Zurich: the current "gold standard" any many more...

    DVD / 2012 / 28 minutes

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    CONSERVATIVE MANAGEMENT OF CHRONIC HEEL PAIN

    By Jeffrey A. Ross

    Conservative Management of Chronic Heel Pain presents an overview of cutting-edge information on the theory of etiology, diagnosis, and prevention of planter fasciitis. The DVD explains why the sports medicine practitioner should work with the "sports medicine team" to more accurately diagnosis and treat this common overuse injury. The DVD also details the basic causes of inferior heel pain, as well as points out the key factors that can influence the prognosis of the injury. In addition, the DVD reviews the various classes of drugs that can be taken to help manage heel pain.

    Among the topics covered:

  • Areas of discomfort with plantar fasciitis
  • Anatomy
  • Causes of inferior heel pain
  • Classes of drugs for pain management
  • Planter fasciitis

    DVD / 2012 / 50 minutes

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    HEAT ILLNESS IN ATHLETES: PREVENTION, RECOGNITION, AND TREATMENT

    By W. Larry Kenney

    Heat Illness in Athletes: Prevention, Recognition, and Treatment features an overview of the physiology of heat illness. The DVD also explores the issue of how hot is too hot for sports. In addition, the DVD discusses why some athletes experience heat-related problems, while other don't. The DVD also reviews the role of heat acclimation and hydration in preventing heat illness. Furthermore, the DVD details the signs and symptoms for several of the more common types of heat illness, including cramping, heat exhaustion, and heat stroke.

    Among the topics covered:

  • Heat cramps
  • How hot is too hot for sports?
  • Heat exhaustion
  • Heat stroke
  • Heat acclimation
  • Proper hydration improves performance
  • Hyponatremia

    DVD / 2012 / 61 minutes

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    NAIL INJURIES AND INFECTION (ONYCHOMYCOSIS) IN ATHLETES

    By Jeffrey A. Ross

    Nail Injuries and Infection (Onychomycosis) In Athletes presents an overview of the underlying issues involved in nail-related injuries and infection. The DVD discusses the prevalence of such injuries and infection, and outlines the various risk factors for both. The DVD also looks at the cause of onychomycosis and the fact that it can be spread to other nails, as well as to other people.

    Among the topics covered:

  • Tinea pedis infection
  • Trauma to the nail and bed
  • Nail anatomy

    DVD / 2012 / 34 minutes

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    ACUTE WOUND MANAGEMENT EVIDENCE-BASED TECHNIQUES

    By Joel W. Beam

    Acute skin trauma, such as abrasions, avulsions, blisters, incisions, lacerations, and punctures, sustained during athletic and recreational activities is relatively common. On the other hand, guidelines to direct clinical decisions and management techniques for handling these wounds are somewhat limited. Acute Wound Management Evidence-Based Techniques examines the principles of acute-wound management and the techniques and goals of evidence-based cleansing, debridement, and dressing methods. The DVD also looks at the application of the techniques, daily monitoring, and follow-up care for the patient and athlete who has an acute wound.

    Among the topics covered:

  • Principles of wound management
  • Wound cleansing
  • Wound debridement
  • Wound dressings
  • Evidence-based recommendations
  • Future research

    DVD / 2011 / 57 minutes

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    BAREFOOT TRAINING FOR INJURY PREVENTION AND PERFORMANCE ENHANCEMENT

    By Arthur Horne

    Barefoot Training for Injury Prevention and Performance Enhancement looks at a popular recent trend in running - barefoot training. The DVD reviews the current literature on this trend and outlines the benefits and possible limitations of such an approach to training. The DVD also discusses how individuals might determine whether barefoot training may be appropriate for them. In addition, the DVD offers recommendations concerning how barefoot training could be safely and effectively incorporated into a rehabilitation regimen, as well as in a sports performance improvement program.

    Among the topics covered:

  • What's everyone talking about?
  • A new wave of running
  • What does the research say?
  • Is barefoot running for you?
  • Implementation
  • Exercise examples

    DVD / 2011 / 61 minutes

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    DIFFICULT SPORTS INJURIES OF THE FOOT AND ANKLE

    By Thomas O. Clanton

    Difficult Sports Injuries of the Foot and Ankle reviews the fact that ankle injuries are the most common injuries that occur either during practices or in games. Furthermore, later ankle sprains are the most common injury in sports that results in loss of playing time. Syndesmosis injuries, on the other hand occur less often. The DVD also presents tips/tests for identifying high ankle sprains, syndesmosis injuries, lisfranc injuries, and navicular stress fractures.

    Among the topics covered:

  • Epidemiology
  • Syndesmosis injuries in athletes
  • Lisfranc injuries in athletes
  • Navicular stress fractures in athletes
  • Turf toe

    DVD / 2011 / 63 minutes

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    SPORTS INJURIES: CLASSIFICATION AND MANAGEMENT

    This program is a comprehensive guide to the classification and management of sports injuries. Wendy Braybon, head physiotherapist at the Victorian Institute of Sport, shows us how to classify and manage soft tissue injuries (such as sprains, skin abrasions, lacerations, and blisters) and hard tissue injuries (fractures and dislocations). We learn to apply the RICER technique for managing soft tissue injuries and the TOTAPS and DRABC techniques for assessing and managing hard tissue injuries. Throughout the program we see detailed graphics and real-life examples of different injuries, talk to Paralympian Jessica Gallagher, and see dramatised scenarios demonstrating key injury management techniques.

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    DVD / 2010 / 19 minutes

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    STOP SPORTS INJURIES CAMPAIGN, THE - OVERVIEW AND INSIGHTS INTO PREVENTING SPORTS INJURIES

    By Peter A. Indelicato, Robert I. Masson, Marjorie J. Albohm

    The STOP Sports Injuries Campaign-Overview and Insights Into Preventing Sports Injuries in Youth provides an overview of the key aspects of the STOP Sports Injuries Campaign. Launched by the American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine, in conjunction with various supporters, the campaign is designed to help lower the incidence of sports trauma and overuse injuries in young athletes. The DVD features three of the most respected health care professionals in the United States, who provide information about overuse injuries, explain how to avoid injuries in youth, and detail the underlying factors involved in concussions.


    DVD / 2011 / 76 minutes

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    MANAGING THE CRITICALLY INJURED SPINE ATHLETE


    By Rod Walters

    Dealing with athletes with severe head and neck injuries can be a major challenge for the health-care team. Managing the Critically Injured Spine Athlete explains why proper treatment begins with a thoroughly discussed and communicated treatment plan. The DVD is designed to help the athletic health-care team plan for these scenarios. The DVD offers suggestions for reducing brain and spinal injuries and presents an overview of how to treat conscious and unconscious athletes who suffer such injuries.

    Among the topics covered:

  • Suggestions for reducing brain and spinal injuries
  • Treatments for conscious and unconscious players
  • Helmet concerns

    DVD / 2008 / 32 minutes

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    SPORTS INJURY PREVENTION AND ASSESSMENT

    This program provides a comprehensive guide to the issue of sports injury: its prevention where possible and successful treatment when prevention fails. It covers the following areas: prevention of injury, including warm-ups, protective equipment, diet and appropriate training regimes, immediate assessment of injuries (DR ABC), causes of sports injuries, assessing sports injuries (SALTAPS), treating soft tissue injuries (RICERS) and injury rehabilitation.

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    DVD / 2005 / 28 minutes

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    SPORTS INJURIES FOOT ANKLE AND LOWER LEG 2ND EDITION

    By Anthony Betts, Asif Saifuddin, Dishan Singh, Simon Costain, Vishy Mahadevan, Roger Wolman, James W. Brodsky, MD

    An essential reference for anyone involved in the diagnosis and treatment of foot, ankle & lower leg injuries it provides both a complete and accurate anatomical reference, in stunning 3D, and a comprehensive guide to acute and chronic overuse injuries.

    A high resolution 3D computer graphic model of the complete anatomy of the lower leg and foot. Choose from a variety of different views of the model, rotate at any point and peel away layers of anatomy from skin through to bone.

    Clicking on any features or structures within the model brings up extensive anatomy, clinical and pathology text supported by hundreds of colour diagrams, videos and slides.

    Biomechanics section
  • Injuries section:
  • Acute Injuries/Trauma Section includes coverage of:

    Lateral ankle sprain including late management
  • Sesamoid/Turf toe

    System Requirements
    Microsoft XP, Vista, Windows 7
    Processor speed:1.5 GHz with 512 MB of RAM
    Disk Space: 200 MB
    Screen display: 1024 x 768 screen
    DVD drive required


    CD-ROM (Single User) / 2002

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    SPORTS INJURIES SHOULDER 2ND EDITION

    By Andrew Chippendale, Anthony Betts, Asif Saifuddin, Phillip J Marone; Roger Wolman, Simon Lambert

    Review a high resolution 3D computer graphic model of the complete anatomy of the shoulder. Choose from a variety of different views of the model, rotate at any point and peel away layers of anatomy from skin through to bone.

    Clicking on any features or structures within the model brings up extensive anatomy text supported by hundreds of colour diagrams, videos and slides.

    Overview Section includes:
  • Functional anatomy of the shoulder
  • General principles of shoulder biomechanics
  • The shoulder in throwing sports
  • Clinical examination
  • Imaging
  • General principles of treatment (therapeutic drugs, electrotherapeutic and manual therapies, etc.)
  • General principles of rehabilitation (muscle conditioning, flexibility, sports specific training, etc.)

    System Requirements
    Windows 98se, 2000, ME, XP
    Pentium Processor or equivalent, 32MB RAM, 800x600 screen resolution, 16-bit colour.


    CD-ROM (Win, Single user licence) / 2002

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    3D ANATOMY FOR MASSAGE AND MANUAL THERAPIES

    Working with a team of the top names in massage and manual therapy, headed up by Judith DeLany, have created a fabulous digital resource for manual therapists and massage therapists in training and practice.

    With the aim of providing an intuitive and comprehensive multimedia guide, 3D Anatomy for Massage and Manual Therapies covers a wide variety of topics using engaging multimedia content including great interactive 3D anatomy section. Also featuring is a comprehensive muscle and trigger point atlas, manual therapies topics section covering 27 techniques such as Rolfing, Trager, Craniosacral Therapy which are all supported with text. There are also live movie clips, photographs and illustrations.

    This 3D anatomy software will let the user add and remove layers from skin to bone and rotate and zoom the 3D model at any stage correlate views of the model. All visible structures can be labeled and highlighted, which will bring up related text and hot links.

    You will find 30 topics ranging from key massage techniques and stretching to special care. Each topic is covered by explanatory text, written by an expert in the technique, and supplemented by photographs and video clips providing clarity and context.

    System Requirements
    Microsoft XP, Vista, Windows 7
    Processor speed:1.5 GHz with 512 MB of RAM
    Disk Space: 200 MB
    Screen display: 1024 x 768 screen
    DVD drive required


    DVD-ROM (Win, Single user licence)

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    3D ANATOMY: RESISTANCE TRAINING

    By Jeffrey M. Willardson

    With over 5000 images, 294 illustrations and 468 animations/movies, 3D Anatomy: Resistance Training DVD-Rom is an invaluable reference tool and image library for fitness professionals in training and practice

    A dynamic visual resource that makes complex anatomy, functional anatomy and key resistance exercises easier to learn, remember and understand. 3D anatomy section includes detailed and labeled 3D models and sequences covering anatomical language, bones, joints and joint action, muscles, respiratory and cardiovascular systems including labeled cardiac cycles.

    Anatomical planes are explained visually and animations are used to show joint actions and muscle function during common movements such as flexion, extension, adduction, abduction, and internal/external rotation.

    System Requirements
    Microsoft XP, Vista, Windows 7
    Processor speed:1.5 GHz with 512 MB of RAM
    Disk Space: 200 MB
    Screen display: 1024 x 768 screen
    DVD drive required


    DVD-ROM (Win, Single user licence)

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    ANATOMY FOR EXERCISE

    Anatomy for Exercise is a dynamic digital resource for fitness professionals in training and practice.

    An easy to use visual resource that makes complex anatomy and functional anatomy easier to learn, remember and understand.

    The 3D anatomy section includes detailed and labeled 3D models and sequences covering anatomical language, bones, joints and joint action, muscles, respiratory and cardiovascular systems including labeled cardiac cycles. 3D views can be rotated to view all structures, layers of anatomy can be added or removed using interactive functions. Any visible structure can be identified by pop-up labeling íV a great way to learn and revise anatomy. Clicking on a structure will also bring up brief descriptive text for that structure.

    Anatomical planes are explained visually, and animation is used to show joint actions and muscle function during common movements such as flexion, extension, adduction, abduction, and internal/external rotation. Plus, view labeled 3D models of the heart and 3D sequences of the cardiac cycle for better understanding of the anatomy and processes.

    System Requirements
    Microsoft XP, Vista, Windows 7
    Processor speed:1.5 GHz with 512 MB of RAM
    Disk Space: 200 MB
    Screen display: 1024 x 768 screen
    DVD drive required


    DVD-ROM (Win, Single user licence)

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