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Finding Resources in Oliver
Here are some books that you may find useful during your studies. Search the Bennies catalogue Oliver for more, or browse the Non-fiction collection NFS...
Sports Medicine Bible by
Publication Date: 1995-04-15
Out of the lifestyle revolution of the past quarter century has emerged a new kind of recreational athlete,often more likely to pursue a physical activity that brings health benefits than to tackle a traditional "rough-and-tumble" sport. As a result, "overuse" or "chronic" injuries, such as "runner's knee" and "swimmer's shoulder", are increasingly replacing sprains, strains, and breaks as the badge of the weekend Warrior.
Sports Injury Management by
Publication Date: 2000-03-01
eared particularly to athletic trainers and athletic training students, Sports Injury Management uses a problem solving approach to explain prevention, recognition, assessment, management, and disposition of sports related injuries and diseases. This new edition includes an Instructor's Manual with field strategies, lesson plans, NATA competencies, handouts, and athletic training kit information. Features include: management algorithms, field strategies, and critical thinking questions. Lecturers - Click here to order a FREE Review Copy of this title
Beating sports injuries by
Call Number: NFS 617.1 PAL
Publication Date: 2003
The Australian Sports Commission is governed by a board of commissioners who bring a range of expertise to guide the work of the ASC. Our board includes former athletes, business people and journalists, each with extensive, first-hand knowledge of Australia’s sporting landscape.
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Sports medicine option module for PDHPE
This program provides a comprehensive guide to the issue of sports injury: its prevention where possible and successful treatment when prevention fails.
This program is a comprehensive guide to the classification and management of sports injuries. Wendy Braybon, head physiotherapist at the Victorian Institute of Sport, shows us how to classify and manage soft tissue injuries (such as sprains, skin abrasions, lacerations, and blisters) and hard tissue injuries (fractures and dislocations). We learn to apply the RICER technique for managing soft tissue injuries and the TOTAPS and DRABC techniques for assessing and managing hard tissue injuries. Throughout the program we see detailed graphics and real-life examples of different injuries, talk to Paralympian Jessica Gallagher, and see dramatised scenarios demonstrating key injury management techniques.
Big men and big hits might be the way the football codes are marketed, but game officials may not be doing enough to protect players from the long term effects of head injuries. Quentin McDermott reports.
Smartplay is a sport safety and injury prevention program. Smartplay aims to reduce the incidence and severity of sport and recreation injuries and carries the slogan 'Warm Up, Drink Up, Gear Up' which represent simple yet important injury prevention practices for all sports participants, coaches and administrators.
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Sports Medicine Australia
Sports Medicine Australia is Australia’s peak national umbrella body for the prevention of lifestyle diseases through sports medicine and sports science and injury prevention. Sports Medicine Australia is widely acknowledged internationally as the world’s leading multi-disciplinary sports medicine body.
CleanEdge is Sports Medicine Australia's Anti-Doping and Body Image Program for all participants of sport, physical activity, recreation and fitness in the community.