Thursday, August 6, 2009

Sports Injuries, An Issue of Atlas of the Hand Clinics

Sports Injuries, An Issue of Atlas of the Hand Clinics
Publisher: Saunders | ISBN: N/A | edition 2006 | PDF | 137 pages | 8,75 mb

Sport injuries to the upper extremity are all too common, and the tendency to minimize the severity and importance of these injuries is well documented. Sports medicine, now a distinct discipline, has risen to the forefront of medicine, as the benefits of exercise have become well known. The wrist, considered by some as the most complex joint in the body, comprises 25% of all athletic injuries. This issue leads us through sport-specific injuries with concise discussions and illustrations of the newest treatment regimes. In this era of minimally invasive procedures, the authors, all of whom practice what they preach, take us through the steps that will hopefully allow all of us the ability to perform these procedures in our own practice.



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