Anatomy of Exercise by Pat ManocchiaDetailed anatomical illustrations reveal what the body actually does during specific exercise sequences. Anatomy of Exercise is revolutionary for its insights into and illustrations of how the body works during exercise. The book is organized by body area and shows common sequences in the progression of a typical workout. Clear photographs demonstrate each exercise. Lifelike anatomical illustrations reveal in colorful detail which muscles are engaged, which are being conditioned and how the muscles respond. Valuable features of the book help the reader gain the greatest benefit from each exercise and improve fitness and well-being. These include: Detailed, full-color anatomical illustrations for all the exercises Annotations identifying the active and stabilizing muscles Concise how-to instructions for each exercise Identification of the specific muscles that benefit the most from each exercise Suggested modifications for different levels of difficulty Instructions on stabilizing the bodythroughout each movement A visual index of exercises, allowing easy navigation through the book. No other such book is tailored to the general reader. Beginners, those already committed to exercise, competing athletes, trainers, coaches, physiotherapists, massage therapists and others involved in fitness will find Anatomy of Exercise instructive and practical.
Call Number: QP 303 .M25 2008
Publication Date: 2008-03-14
Assessment of Athletic Injuries by Sandra J. Shultz; Peggy A. Houglum; David H. PerrinThis text offers step-by-step guidelines for injury recognition and assessment, divided into on-field, off-field and sideline protocols. It has a specific focus on evaluation skills for emergent, non-emergent of post-acute conditions. Evaluation checklists for review and reference are included.
Call Number: RD 97 .S538 2000
Publication Date: 2000-01-01
Concepts of Athletic Training by Ronald P. Pfeiffer; Brent C. Mangus"Concepts of Athletic Training, Fifth Edition, represents over a decade of evolution and revision of the previous editions in an effort to better serve students considering a career in coaching, athletic training, or K-12 physical education. This introductory text presents key concepts pertaining to the field of athletic training in a comprehensive, logically sequential manner that will assist future professionals in making the correct decisions when confronted with an activity-related injury or illness in the scope of their practice."--BOOK JACKET.
Publication Date: 1997-08-08
Core Concepts in Athletic Training and Therapy by Susan Kay Hillman (Editor)"Core Concepts in Athletic Training and Therapy" provides a balanced introduction to the knowledge, skills, and clinical abilities that span the profession of athletic training. Students in athletic training, coaching, or other health care fields will find current information covering the breadth of theory and application of athletic training, including evidence-based practice, prevention and health promotion, clinical examination and diagnosis, acute and emergency care, therapeutic interventions, and health care administration. It also presents advanced topics of pathophysiology and psychological response to sport injury to better prepare students for continued study. Compared to other introductory athletic training texts, "Core Concepts in Athletic Training and Therapy" is the only text that aligns with the newest athletic training education competencies from the National Athletic Trainers' Association (2011). Written by a team of respected athletic training educators with experience at the professional and collegiate levels, the text breaks new ground by condensing key concepts to a comprehensive level while not overwhelming students with content that will be addressed in depth in advanced courses. Numerous features assist students in learning the fundamentals: - Each of the six parts opens with a discussion of the competencies that are covered in that part and concludes with a reference list of those competencies by description and number, making it easy to monitor the knowledge required. - A companion web resource contains 41 clinical proficiency exercises, carefully chosen to complement the introductory level of the text and align with required educational objectives. The modules may be completed online or printed, and cross-references at the end of each chapter guide students to the appropriate modules to apply the chapter content. - Case studies sprinkled throughout the text demonstrate real-world situations and include critical thinking questions that underscore principles of rehabilitation and exercise. - Full-color photographs depict specific conditions and techniques, giving students an accurate picture of real practice. - For instructors, a complete set of ancillaries assists in preparing and presenting lectures, leading class discussion, and planning assignments and assessments. In addition, "Core Concepts in Athletic Training and Therapy" is the first text to offer a complete chapter on evidence-based practice, the newest educational competency required of entry-level athletic trainers by the NATA. The rest of the text introduces general information about life as an athletic trainer, such as training, education, licensure, certification, employment opportunities, and the roles in a sports medicine team. The core of the text then focuses on required knowledge and skills related to injury prevention, injury recognition and classification (including region-specific examination strategies, basic objective tests, physical exam strategies, and injury mechanisms), acute care, therapeutic interventions, and the role of pharmaceuticals in the healing process. To round out the text, it addresses health care administration and discusses strategies for the management of athletic training programs. With learning features and a web resource that integrate clinical learning into an introductory course, "Core Concepts in Athletic Training and Therapy" is the essential resource for current and future athletic trainers. Long after its first use, it will prove a valuable reference for athletic training students as they progress through the curriculum, prepare for certificiation, and begin careers in the profession. "Core Concepts in Athletic Training and Therapy" is part of Human Kinetics' Athletic Training Education Series. Featuring the work of respected authorities in athletic training, this collection of outstanding textbooks, each with its own supporting instructional resources, paralle
Publication Date: 2012-01-31
Fundamentals of Athletic Training by Lorin Cartwright; William PitneyFundamentals of Athletic Training, Third Edition, explains foundational concepts in athletic training and presents injuries and illnesses commonly encountered by certified athletic trainers. Written specifically for high school students, this text develops the knowledge and skills of students assisting athletic trainers on the field and in the training room as well as those considering future careers as sports medicine professionals.
Call Number: RC 1210 .C36 2011
Publication Date: 2011-01-18
Management Strategies in Athletic Training by Richard R. RayThis text covers the principles of organization and administration as they apply to the many different employment settings in athletic training.
Call Number: RC 1210 .R38 1994
Publication Date: 1993-12-01
Sports Medicine Essentials by Jim CloverSports Medicine Essentials: Core Concepts in Athletic Training, Second Edition introduces students to potential careers in the Sports Medicine field, from Fitness Instructor to Athletic Trainer. This comprehensive text surveys a broad scope of knowledge related to the Sports Medicine field, encompassing fitness assessment, conditioning, emergency preparedness, injury management, therapeutic modalities, nutrition, ethical and legal considerations and much more. To help introduce students to an array of exciting careers, it features enrichment activities that include researching the cost of sports medicine supplies, demonstrate taping techniques, and the forming of a safety committee to devise a plan to minimize risk to a team, athletes or clients. This complete resource is a fantastic introduction for any program.
Call Number: RC 1210 .C595 2007
Publication Date: 2007-05-30
Therapeutic Exercise for Athletic Injuries by Peggy A. HouglumThis text takes a comprehensive approach in describing the why, how, when and what of therapeutic exercise and rehabilitation techniques. It includes data on exercise programmes, assessment, biomechanics, and applications for common problems.
Call Number: RD 97 .H68 2000
Publication Date: 2001-01-01
Athletic Training eBooks
Athletic Training Case Scenarios by Keith Gorse (Editor); Francis Feld (Editor)
Publication Date: 2015-06-15
Emergency Care in Athletic Training by Keith M. GorsePrepare athletic trainers to provide emergency treatment for acute sports-related injuries and illnesses in children, adolescents, and adults--on and off the field. Noted practitioners and educators address all aspects of the evaluation and management of the full-range of medical problems that may be encountered. From emergency evaluation and airway management through the major categories of injury, this timely text meets a critical need in the classroom and in practice.