O'Connor, Francis, Wilder, Robert, Nirschl, Robert
Part I: General Considerations. Chapter 1: Epidemiology of Running Injuries. Chapter 2: Biomechanics Running. Chapter 3: Principles of Training. Chapter 4: Tendinosis and Tendon Injury. Part II: Evaluation of the Runner. Chapter 5: Evaluation of the Injured Runner. Chapter 6: Video Gait Analysis. Chapter 7: Diagnostic Imaging of Running Injuries. Chapter 8: Electrodiagnostic Testing. Chapter 9: Compartment Syndrome. Chapter 10: Exercise-Induced Asthma Testing. Chapter 11: Testing for Maximal Aerobic Power. Part III: Common Running Injuries. Chapter 12: The Spine. Chapter 13: Hip and Pelvis Injuries. Chapter 14: The Knee. Chapter 15: Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome. Chapter 16: Exertional Leg Pain. Chapter 17: Ankle Injuries. Chapter 18: Foot Injuries in the Runner. Chapter 19: Stress Fractures. Chapter 20: Nerve Entrapments. Part IV: Medical Problems. Chapter 21: Dermatological Disorders. Chapter 22: Exercise-Induced Bronchospasm. Chapter 23: Evaluation and Management of Headache for Runners. Chapter 24: Gastrointestinal Problems in Runners. Chapter 25: Genitourinary Disorders. Chapter 26: Hematologic Concerns. Chapter 27: Cardiovascular Considerations in the Runner. Chapter 28: Infectious Disease. Chapter 29: The Runner with Diabetes. Chapter 30: Running and Osteoarthritis. Chapter 31: Overtraining. Chapter 32: Environmental Injuries. Part V: Special Considerations. Chapter 33: Special Considerations for the Pediatric Running Population. Chapter 34: The Female Runner. Chapter 35: The Geriatric Runner. Chapter 36: The Disabled Runner. Chapter 37: The Ultramarathoner. Chapter 38: Nutritional Considerations. Chapter 39: Distance Running: Organization of the Medical Team. Part VI: Rehabilitation. Chapter 40: Basic Treatment Concepts. Chapter 41: Medications and Ergogenic Aids. Chapter 42: Physical Agents. Chapter 43: Massage and Manual Medicine. Chapter 44: Therapeutic Exercise. Chapter 45: Aqua Running. Chapter 46: The Running Shoe. Chapter 47: Foot Orthotics. Chapter 48: Principles of Strength Training. Chapter 49: Psychology and the Injured Runner: Recovery-Enhancing Strategies. Part VII: Surgical Considerations in the Runner. Chapter 50: Overview: Surgical Considerations in the Runner. Chapter 51: Hip/Pelvis. Chapter 52: Surgical Treatment of Knee Disorders in Runners. Chapter 53: The Leg. Chapter 54: Surgical Considerations of Ankle Injuries. Chapter 55: The Foot. Appendix: ACSM Position Stands and Current Comments.O'Connor, Francis is the author of 'Textbook of Running Medicine' with ISBN 9780071359771 and ISBN 007135977X.
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