Release on 2004-09-01 | by Anatomical Chart Company
Author: Anatomical Chart Company
This chart shows anterior view of normal knee anatomy (patella removed), as well as oblique and posterior views. It illustrates traumatic knee injuries, meniscus, types of meniscus tears, and symptoms of damaged menisci. Various sports-related ligament injuries are also shown. "Three dimensions let you feel texture and form. Three-dimensional images, bold titles, and clear, easy-to-read labels make it easy and fun to learn about the body. The durable, lightweight, non-toxic, recyclable plastic will last indefinitely. The chart has a hole at the top for easy wall hanging, and will also stand up on an easel.
Release on 2009-06-01 | by Anatomical Chart Company
Author: Anatomical Chart Company
Pubpsher: Anatomical Chart Company
Athletic Injuries of the Knee is designed as a tool to help primary care and sports medicine practitioners and therapists explain anatomical and sports injury concepts to their patients and clients. This chart provides an overview of normal knee anatomy and common injuries and showcases 11 images which illustrate the mechanisms of knee injuries in the context of a human figure playing sports. The vibrant images are from the Anatomical Visual Guide to Sports Injuries and are listed below: Pathological Knee Injury Images: LCL Tear MCL Tear ACL Tear PCL Tear Patellar Tendinopathy: Shows tendinopathy at the following sites: distal quadriceps femoris tendon, distal pole of patella, patellar tendon insertion onto the tibial tubercle Meniscus Tears: Shows bucket handle tear, vertical tear, radial tear, parrot beak tear, fraying/degenerative Sports Injury Mechanism Images: ACL Tear: Basketball ACL Tear: Skiing PCL Tear: Wrestling MCL Tear: Football LCL Tear: Rugby Hyperflexion/Meniscus Tear: Skating Jumper's Knee: Volleyball Patellar Tendon Rupture: Weight Lifting Tibia Fracture: Soccer IT Band Syndrome: Running Normal Anatomy Images: Anterior View of Knee Medial View of Knee Superior view of Knee Showing Meniscus
This updated edition provides a general overview of the major systems, structures and diseases of the human body. All of the illustrations are digitally re-mastered and updated with the most current terminology.
Developed in conjunction with a health practitioner and professor of anatomy, Joints of the Lower Extremities Anatomical Chart is designed to provide anatomical layered views that allow practitioners to explain health conditions and injuries to their patients and clients. Chiropractors, massage therapists, orthopedists, and general practitioners will find the images valuable in the communication process. Images show key bones, muscles, tendons, ligaments, nerves, and arteries: Posterior Hip Anterior Hip and Thigh Posterior Knee Anterior Knee Medial Knee Lateral Knee Medial Ankle and Foot Lateral Ankle and Foot made in USA Available in the following versions 20" x 26" heavy paper laminated with grommets at top corners ISBN 9780781786638 20" x 26" heavy paper ISBN 9780781786607
Release on 2008 | by Paul A. Lotke,Joseph A. Abboud,Jack Ende
Author: Paul A. Lotke,Joseph A. Abboud,Jack Ende
Pubpsher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
The first volume in our new Primary Care series, this book will help family practitioners, internists, nurse practitioners, and osteopathic and chiropractic physicians diagnose and treat musculoskeletal problems seen in the primary care office setting. This full-color book contains quick hit information for the practitioner on the go, as well as in-depth text, more than 500 illustrations, and patient education handouts. Chapters are consistently formatted with headings of Case, Clinical Presentation, Physical Findings, Studies, Treatment, Clinical Course, When to Refer, and ICD-9 Codes. Each chapter contains boxed elements: "Clinical Points," "Patient Assessment," "Not to Be Missed," and "Treatment." A companion Website includes the fully searchable text, an image bank, patient education handouts, and videos of examination and injection procedures. (www.orthopedicsforpcp.com)
An in-depth instructional manual on the anatomy of the stretching body features full-color illustrations that demonstrate how muscles are worked during 115 key stretches, in a reference that discusses the benefits of stretching, rules for safe stretching, and more. Original.
Release on 2011-11-18 | by Peter Cameron,George Jelinek,Anne-Maree Kelly,Lindsay Murray,Anthony F. T. Brown
Author: Peter Cameron,George Jelinek,Anne-Maree Kelly,Lindsay Murray,Anthony F. T. Brown
Pubpsher: Elsevier Health Sciences
A major postgraduate textbook in emergency medicine, covering all the major topics that present to the trainee doctor in the emergency department. A comprehensive textbook of adult emergency medicine for trainee doctors - covers all the problems likely to present to a trainee in the emergency department. Chapters are short and concise, with key point boxes (called "Essentials") at the beginning. Also has boxes featuring controversial areas of treatment. Practical and clinically orientated. Major changes to resuscitation guidelines. Complete rewriting of ENT section. Significant updating of following topics - acute coronary syndrome management, trauma, sepsis management, imaging, arrhythmias. Expansion of administration section - especially patient safety. Changes to drug overdose sections in toxicology section.
Pilates is a particularly safe and effective exercise system which aims to strengthen the body in a balanced way by specifically improving the function of the weaker muscle groups. Emphasis is placed on strengthening the muscles of the trunk so that support of the spine increases plus posture and shape improve. The exercises enhance overall flexibility and fitness, improving co-ordination and balance. Muscles are gently stretched and lengthened as the exercises progress and overall body strength improves. describes the underlying principles of the exercises in physical terms describes the treatment of common medical conditions provides a manual for those in the remedial health care professions