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A Guide to Sports and Injury Management by Mike Bundy MBBS MRCGP DipSportsMed(Bath) FFSEM(UK), Andy

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

An essential consultant for activities drugs scholars and practitioners operating within the box! A consultant to activities and harm administration is a entire sensible advisor to activities drugs care - booklet plus interactive DVD. Approached from the twin views of a activities medication health professional and a activities physiotherapist, this fascinating new product covers the whole spectrum of activities medication from analysis of accidents to damage prevention, recommendations for stretching and cooling, protocols, rehabilitation and information on disorder, medicinal drugs and nutrition. color images and drawings help the textual content, and case histories basically illustrate the method of creating a call and treating an harm. The DVD includes a distinctive interactive diagnostic reduction for universal accidents, 60 narrated videoclips of examinations and workout demonstrations and multiple-choice questions for self trying out.  Written via a activities medication medical professional and a activities physiotherapist to provide a distinct activities particular standpoint Covers complete spectrum of activities medication care together with foodstuff, medicinal drugs, accidents, prognosis, protocols, workout and prevention llustrated with complete color drawings and pictures followed by way of a DVD containing an interactive universal accidents analysis instrument, self-assessment a number of selection questions set by means of the authors, narrated video library of diagnoses, workouts and strategies proven by way of the authors, and the aptitude to obtain illustrations Case histories in a 'mini-tutorial' kind to demonstrate the method of constructing a analysis.

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The hip is pushed into the wall while the standing hip is externally rotated, with the standing leg being the glute that is working (Fig. 11). 3. Hip extension/abductions in sidelying • Sidelying, the athlete starts with the upper hip flexed and adducted slightly across the body. The exercise is to quickly extend and abduct the hip up and behind, and then return back to the starting position (Fig. 12). 11 Glutes in standing at wall. 12 (A,B) Hip extension. A B 23 Chapter |2| Injury prevention tendon or muscle.

28 Hip flexor stretch. 29 (A,B) Glutes stretch. 30 Adductor stretch. 31 Lumbar stretch. 32 Pectoral stretch. 9. Thoracic spine • Sitting, so the pelvis is fixed, rotate the upper body and hold. 10. Pectorals • The pectorals should be stretched in two positions to stretch the two parts of the muscle. • First, the elbow should be fully extended and the shoulder raised to 90° flexion. It should then be horizontally extended behind the athlete. This is for the sternal head of the muscle (Fig. 32). • For the clavicular head, the shoulder should be flexed to 130° and then extended once more.

41 Chapter |2| Injury prevention • It is also useful to reduce DOMS when it is combined with a contrast of heat, via a hot bath or shower (which causes vasodilation or opening of the blood vessels). This closing and then opening of the blood vessels is thought to aid the flushing effect and removal of the waste products (lactic acid) from the muscles after exercise. • There are still a limited number of studies which have shown definitive evidence as to the positive effects or ideal time of immersion.

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