Plantar fasciitis medical literature

Fast Facts: Soft Tissue Disorders (Fast Facts series) [Illustrated] (Paperback)
by Cathy Speed (Author), Brian Hazleman (Author), Seamus Dalton (Author), Dee McLean

This new edition of Fast Facts: Soft Tissue Disorders is written from the combined perspectives of rheumatology, orthopaedics and sports medicine and is designed to provide the primary care specialist with a well- rounded and highly practical ‘handbook’ on diagnosis, management and patient involvement in recovery.

The structure of all the major soft tissues and their common pathologies and disorders are covered here and each condition covered includes a set of practical exercises for the patient Includes two entirely new chapters covering local injection therapies and anterior knee pain Covers common pathologies and disorders of all major soft tissues as encountered in the primary care setting Packed with practical advice including patient involvement in recovery and management of outcomes expectation

Contents: Pathophysiology and epidemiology; Classification and diagnosis; Management guidelines; Local injection therapies; Ankle sprains; Achilles tendinopathies; Plantar fascitis; Anterior knee pain; Lateral epicondylitis (tennis elbow); Shoulder disorders; Polymyalgia rheumatica; Fibromyalgia and regional myofascial pain syndromes; Future trends.

Musculoskeletal Examination (Paperback)
by Jeffrey M Gross (Author), Joseph Fetto (Author), Elaine Rosen

Evaluating orthopedic dysfunctions in patients will be easier with Musculoskeletal Examination, Second Edition. This comprehensive book is an ideal teaching and learning tool for introductory courses in physical examination.

This second edition features enhanced clinically relevant examples representing frequently encountered conditions – all from a multi–disciplined perspective. Readers get the most up–to–date information in a completely new chapter on TMJ, revised chapters on gait, posture and structural examination and new and improved illustrations.

Overuse Injuries of the Musculoskeletal System (Hardcover)
by Marko M. Pecina (Author), Ivan Bojanic

Overuse Injuries of the Musculoskeletal System, Second Edition presents a complete overview of the methods of diagnosing and treating the overuse injuries that affect the musculoskeletal system as a whole.

Each chapter includes the definition, origins, clinical picture and diagnostics, treatment, and prevention methods for the given injury. The coverage goes beyond diagnosis and treatment to identify etiological factors and discuss ways to prevent overuse injuries.

This new book retains the successful systematic format that made the first edition a bestseller and an invaluable tool for orthopaedists, physical therapists, rheumatologists and sports medicine practitioners.

Primary Care of Musculoskeletal Problems in the Outpatient Setting (Hardcover)
by Edward J. Shahady

This case-based book is designed to help primary care physicians treat musculoskeletal problems. The introductory chapter covers the basic approach to MS problems that is particularly effective for PCPs.

The bulk of the book builds on the fundamentals through case studies that address specific musculoskeletal problems. The case studies are categorized into five main sections according to the symptoms and signs presented by patients: medical issues, pediatric issues, aches and pains, upper extremity problems, and lower extremity problems.

Each case covers epidemiology, anatomy, questions to ask, patient evaluation, and cost-effective treatment guidelines. An emphasis is placed on helping physicians overcome the barriers and frustrations that often accompany the complexity of treating MS problems. For instance, special care considerations for diabetics are integrated into the text.

To further enhance understanding, helpful drawings illustrate anatomy, examination techniques, and rehabilitation exercises. Additional images highlight fractures and other pathology.

Practical Mri of the Foot and Ankle (Hardcover)
by Alison R. Spouge (Editor), Thomas L Pope

In Practical MRI of the Foot and Ankle, the authors present a state-of-the-art source for the broad range of topics related to magnetic resonance imaging of the foot and ankle.

The work illuminates and expands on the limited body of literature on MRI of the foot and ankle. The authors present background information regarding appropriate MRI techniques followed by a brief discussion of the normal anatomy of the foot and ankle.

Subsequent chapters encompass a broad spectrum of topics including bone injuries, osseous tumors, infections, arthropathies, and the pediatric foot and ankle.

Sports Medicine (Cambridge Pocket Clinicians) (Paperback)
by Edited by David Drez (Author), Bernard Bach (Author, Editor), Charles Nofsinger (Author, Editor),

Cambridge Pocket Clinician Sports Medicine covers a wide variety of topics examining sports-related injuries, as well as clinical questions on history, conditions, symptoms, and treatment that will challenge providers.

The topics are organized under headings on physical examination, differential diagnosis, treatment, and prognosis so that the user will find the desired information quickly and easily. More than 200 conditions are discussed in detail.

Tendinopathy in Athletes (Encyclopaedia of Sports Medicine) (The Encyclopaedia of Sports Medicine) (Hardcover)  by Woo L-Y Savio (Editor) (Author), Per Renstrom (Editor) (Author), Steven Arnoczky (Editor) (Author)

This concise volume in the Encyclopaedia of Sports Medicine series, published under the auspices of the International Olympic Committee, provides a dependable source of current knowledge available on tendinopathy and covers both the basic science and clinical aspects of the subject.

Despite its high incidence, the precise etiopathogenesis and effective treatment of tendinopathy remain elusive. Tendinopathy in Athletes draws on the expertise of an international and prolific collection of contributors, both clinicians and scientists, who provide new insights into this specialized area.
This book provides a comprehensive resource for both clinicians and researchers with information organized logically, with an easy–to–follow progression from the basic scientific findings to clinical applications.

Discusses the full range of treatment modalities, including new molecular and biological approaches, plus surgical and alternative approaches to tendinopath

Contains “What We Need to Know” sections that suggest future areas of research for young investigators.

As tendinopathy remains one of the most common injuries encountered, both in sports and at the workplace, this essential volume is sure to be a source of frequent consultation.

Advanced Reconstruction: Foot and Ankle (Hardcover)
by James A. Nunley (Editor), Glenn B. Pfeffer (Editor), Roy W. Sanders (Editor), Elly Trepman (Editor)

Your orthopaedic colleagues turn to you when their orthopaedic foot and ankle cases become too complicated for them to handle. But where do you turn to for expert guidance?

Prepare for the toughest foot and ankle procedures you may face in your career with practical advice and proven solutions from the world’s premier foot and ankle surgeons. The first in a promising new “techniques-focused” series, Advanced Reconstruction: Foot and Ankle addresses today’s most challenging orthopaedic procedures in a concise, problem/solution format that you can immediately absorb and apply in your daily clinical practice.

Developed in collaboration with the American Orthopaedic Foot and Ankle Society, this advanced surgical decision-making guide provides clear, step-by-step advice on how to tackle challenging conditions, repair failed surgeries, and manage complex complications.

Each chapter presents “just what you need to know” to solve a problem — and avoid potential pitfalls — in a few short pages. In addition, each chapter reviews proven surgical options and expected outcomes, as well as how the best-known foot and ankle surgeons approach the problem and why. Coding guidelines are included

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