2 Pathophysiology of injury;.
3 Tissue healing and repair: muscle;.
4 Tissue healing and repair: tendons and ligaments;.
5 Tissue healing and repair: bone and cartilage;.
7 Physiological and functional implications of injury;.
8 Use of physical modalities and pain management;.
9 Flexibility and joint range of motion;.
10 Strength and endurance;.
11 Proprioception and co-ordination;.
12 Function Rehabilitation and return to training and competition;.
13 Orthoses in the prevention and rehabilitation of injuries;.
14 The psychology of the injured athlete;
...this text is great value for money, well written, clearly organised and I would thoroughly recommend it. Those professionals involved in the rehabilitation of all types of injury will find something of value in this book."
Physiotherapy Journal, September 2004
* provides a detailed overview of the management of rehabilitation of the injured athlete
*presents the most up-to-date research in the area
*invaluable for the multi-disciplinary team who manage the rehabilitative process