The subject of this book is to represent the up-to-date knowledge about etiology, pathogenesis, diagnosis, management, and prevention of chronic injuries or sport-related long-term changes in locomotor system.
Professional and semiprofessional sports as well as excessive amateur exercise inevitably lead to some degree of musculoskeletal injury once in a sportsman's career. Some injuries are represented as chronic injuries, which can result in irreversible long-term tissue changes and deformities.
1 Biology of Stress and Physical Performance
2 Biokinetics: A South African Health Profession Evolving from Physical Education and Sport
3 Diagnosis of Motor Habits during Backward Fall with Usage of Rotating Training Simulator
4 The Missing Science: Ethics in Practice
5 Overuse Injuries in Professional Ballet
6 Sports Concussion: A Clinical Overview