6 edition of Peripheral Nerve Injuries in the Athlete found in the catalog.
by Human Kinetics Publishers
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||265|
Peripheral nerve injuries are quite rare in the athlete, accounting for less than 1% of sporting injuries Nevertheless, they can be a career-ending event for the athlete and have ramifications for many functional activities outside of sports. Therefore, it is imperative that nerve involvement be diagnosed promptly, allowing early intervention prior to irreversible loss of nerve function. The book takes a novel approach to the subject of pain in peripheral nerve disease by bringing together basic scientists and clinicians with an expertise in the field of neuropathic pain. For the first time, the description of clinically relevant diseases, an up-to-date review of the pathophysiology of neuropathic pain and a comprehensive.
Nerves and Nerve Injuries Volume 1 focuses on the history of nerves, embryology, anatomy, imaging, and diagnostics. This volume provides a greatly detailed overview of the anatomy of the peripheral and cranial nerves as well as comprehensive details of imaging modalities and diagnostic tests. Peripheral nerves are susceptible to injury in the athlete because of the excessive physiological demands that are made on both the neurological structures and the soft tissues that protect them. The common mechanisms of injury are compression, traction, ischaemia and laceration. Seddon’s original classification system for nerve injuries based on neurophysiological changes is the most .
Athlete with Peripheral Nerve Injuries Faren H. Williams INTRODUCTION Peripheral nerve injuries in athletes may serve as a diagnostic challenge for the treating clinician. They may present as acute injuries or secondary to overuse. Athletes are vulnerable due to the repetitive nature of upper- and lower-extremity movements and the superficial nature of peripheral nerves. Many high level injuries may take years or months for the affected peripheral nerve to recover. Prolonged muscle imbalance causes joint contractures and over-stretching of denervated muscles. Without proper care, hand function recovery may be limited even the nerve regenerated afterwards.
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Peripheral Nerve Injuries in the Athlete is designed to show you how to accurately diagnose PNIs and how to understand the difference between movements inherent in sport activities and movements resulting from injury. Part I of the book includes six chapters devoted to the anatomy, etiology, and diagnosis of PNIs that can affect athletes Cited by: This book is intended for practicing health professionals who are responsible for the care and management of athletes of all ages.
The authors created this informative textbook with the rational that it would help to serve as a guide for the early recognition, diagnosis and management of peripheral nerve by: 1. Peripheral Nerve Injuries in the Athlete by Feinberg and a Management of peripheral nerve injuries is very requires knowledge of anatomy of nerves as well as microsurgical procedures.
Most of time tendon transfer is the only available solution particularly in old nerve injuries. The book contains primary knowledge of anatomy of. Highly Commended in Neurology by the British Medical Association, This book is an anatomically based guide to locating and diagnosing peripheral nerve entrapment and injuries, complete with all the fundamental science concepts and diagnostic techniques the clinician needs to address injuries in the upper and lower extremities of the body.
The first third of the book describes the appropriate evaluation of athletes with nerve and vascular symptoms and signs. Emphasis is placed on kinetic chain contributions to nerve and vascular injuries to address not only the cause of the injury but possible associated, contributing biomechanical deficiencies.
Description: A thorough understanding of peripheral nerve injuries (PNIs) is necessary for clinicians who manage the medical care of athletes and decide when an athlete may return to competition.
This comprehensive, detailed text will help you identify PNIs in their earliest stages and prevent the complications that can develop when these. examination of peripheral nerve injuries Download examination of peripheral nerve injuries or read online books in PDF, EPUB, Tuebl, and Mobi Format.
Click Download or Read Online button to get examination of peripheral nerve injuries book now. This site is like a library, Use search box in the widget to get ebook that you want. Peripheral nerve injuries include a variety of conditions in which one or more peripheral nerves are damaged, leading to neurological deficits distal to the level of the lesion.
Possible causes include systemic diseases (e.g., diabetes, autoimmune disease) and localized damage (e.g., trauma, compression, tumors).Peripheral nerve injuries may occur as isolated neurological conditions or.
Feinberg is the editor of a book titled Peripheral Nerve Injuries in the Athlete, published by Human Kinetics. He has written many book chapters and co-authored many peer reviewed articles.
Feinberg serves on the Editorial Board for the HSS Journal. Get this from a library. Peripheral nerve injuries in the athlete. [Joseph H Feinberg; Neil Irwin Spielholz;] -- "Peripheral Nerve Injuries in the Athlete is a comprehensive resource that will provide you with the necessary foundation for detection, diagnosis, management, and treatment of PNIs."--Jacket.
This book is intended for practicing health professionals who are responsible for the care and management of athletes of all ages. The authors created this informative textbook with the rational that it would help to serve as a guide for the early recognition, diagnosis and management of peripheral nerve injuries.
In view of the high level of muscular activity in the athlete, it is surprising that peripheral nerve injuries are reportedly relatively uncommon.2 This chapter reviews peripheral nerve injuries.
Edited by J H Fienberg, N I Spielholz. Published by Human Kinetics,pp£, hardcover. ISBN Increasingly it has been recognised that neurological problems, such as nerve entrapment syndromes, contribute to a variety of exercise related problems in athletes.
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Peripheral nerve injuries are quite rare in the athlete, accounting for less than 1% of sporting injuries.1–4 Nevertheless, they can be a career-ending event for the athlete and have. The book skillfully guides the reader through a plethora of nerve and vascular injuries and gives sound recommendations on proper sports medicine management related to such injuries.
I would recommend this text to any healthcare practitioner who manages athletes with potential nerve and vascular problems.” (Jairus J. Quesnele, Journal.
The most common peripheral nerve injury in the athlete is the burner syndrome. Though primarily a football injury, burners have been reported in wrestling, hockey, basketball and weight-lifting as a result of acute head, neck and/or shoulder trauma.
Most burners are self-limiting, but they occasionally produce permanent neurological by: Peripheral Nerve Injuries by Rolfe Birch,Springer, Brand: Springer edition, hardcover.
Suspected vascular, peripheral nerve, and root nerve injuries present a particular challenge to any physician diagnosing and treating athletes. Injuries can range from "stingers" to effort vein thrombosis, and yet despite the common occurrence and potential severity of these and other conditions, little attention is paid to nerve and vascular.
Highly Commended in Neurology by the British Medical Association, This book is an anatomically based guide to locating and diagnosing peripheral nerve entrapment and injuries, complete with all the fundamental science concepts and diagnostic techniques the clinician needs to address injuries in the upper and lower extremities of the body/5(10).
Conclusion. Peripheral nerve injury in sport can result from acute trauma or repetitive overuse. Clinicians caring for athletes with suspected peripheral nerve injuries should always place the nerve injury within the context of biomechanic preparedness, periodization, and equipment.
Peripheral nerve injury can vary wildly in severity and presentation, ranging from mild soreness to severe muscle weakness. Axillary nerve injuries typically respond well to conservative management, though surgical intervention may be required.
Failure to accurately diagnose and manage patients may lead to life-long disability that can affect the overall quality of life.This book is intended for practicing health professionals who are responsible for the care and management of athletes of all ages.
The authors created this informative textbook with the rational that it would help to serve as a guide for the early recognition, diagnosis and management of peripheral nerve injuries.