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New PDF release: A Guide to Sports and Injury Management

By Mike Bundy MBBS MRCGP DipSportsMed(Bath) FFSEM(UK), Andy Leaver BSc(Hons) MCSP SRP

ISBN-10: 0443068135

ISBN-13: 9780443068133

An integral consultant for activities medication scholars and practitioners operating within the box! A advisor to activities and harm administration is a entire sensible advisor to activities drugs care - publication plus interactive DVD. Approached from the twin views of a activities drugs general practitioner and a activities physiotherapist, this interesting new product covers the whole spectrum of activities drugs from prognosis of accidents to damage prevention, strategies for stretching and cooling, protocols, rehabilitation and information on sickness, medications and vitamin. color pictures and drawings help the textual content, and case histories essentially illustrate the method of constructing a call and treating an damage. The DVD includes a specified interactive diagnostic relief for universal accidents, 60 narrated videoclips of examinations and workout demonstrations and multiple-choice questions for self checking out.  Written via a activities medication general practitioner and a activities physiotherapist to provide a different activities particular standpoint Covers complete spectrum of activities medication care together with meals, medicines, accidents, analysis, protocols, workout and prevention llustrated with complete color drawings and images followed by means of a DVD containing an interactive universal accidents prognosis instrument, self-assessment a number of selection questions set via the authors, narrated video library of diagnoses, routines and methods proven by way of the authors, and the potential to obtain illustrations Case histories in a 'mini-tutorial' kind to demonstrate the method of constructing a prognosis.

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Taking extra amounts of these vitamins runs the risk of toxicity and overdose. Water-soluble vitamins (mainly vitamins B and C groups) are not stored in the body in large amounts and so one could become deficient if, again, one was on a restrictive diet or a diet lacking variety. However, taking more of these vitamins does not boost their effect. Being water soluble, once the limited stores are full, then any excess vitamins are passed out in the urine. So supplementing yourself with vitamins could be interpreted as literally throwing your money down the toilet!

However, it is important that there is no soft tissue injury present as massage increases the blood flow to the area and, therefore, could cause extra bleeding to occur if it is carried out to the injured area immediately after the injury has been sustained. It is suggested, therefore, that massage does not occur immediately post-match and for a further 16 h in athletes who have been participating in a contact sporting activity, to ensure that the athlete has not sustained a muscle haematoma or bruise.

39 Chapter |2| Injury prevention Repetitions The dynamic stretch should start gently and then be repeated a number of times with a gradual increase in the range of movement each time until the athlete is moving through the full available range. 1. Hamstrings • Leg swings • Hurdles • Forward leans. 2. Hip flexors and quads • Lunges. 3. Adductors • Hips up and out. 4. Glutes • Cross one knee over the other and forward lean. 5. Calves • Press-up position, push calves down to floor then back up onto toes • Bent knee walks.

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