Attributes of Muscle Injuries in Sport Athletes PDF
This book attempts to provide a comprehensive look at all of the pathologies of muscles that are likely to be encountered in treating sports-related injuries. Its purpose is to give the practitioner a guide for identifying injuries and choosing the best therapeutic strategy. The first part presents the consensus view of current knowledge: the physiology of lesions and their prognosis as well as their anatomy, clinical imaging, and treatment. Then each of the muscles is described in turn, with a review of anatomy, clinical examination, the results of imaging, and therapeutic choices for acute and chronic injuries. A major section is dedicated to imaging, with the emphasis on which diagnostic methods are best for specific injuries and how to use diagnostic imaging to determine the most suitable therapeutic strategies. Special care has been taken to provide high-quality illustrations that clearly show how to identify the lesion of the damaged muscle. A wealth of illustrations, many in color, are included. Finally, the book concludes with some clinical cases and technical notes relevant to treatment of sports-related muscle injuries. Muscle Injuries in Sport Athletes PDF
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Dr Bernard Roger is consultant and official radiologist of numerous French national teams (football, rugby and athletics). He is currently working at the Aspetar – Orthopaedic and Sports Medicine Hospital (Doha, Qatar).
Dr. Ali Guermazi is Professor of Radiology, Vice Chair of Academic Affairs and Director of the Quantitative Imaging Center at Boston University School of Medicine. He is Deputy Editor of Radiology (RSNA) and Expert Consultant in Sports Medicine Imaging for multiple American and European teams.
Dr Abdalla Skaf is chair of the radiology department and sports medicine of the Hospital do Coração (HCor) São Paulo – Brazil. He is also the President of the Teleimagem group in Brazil; President of the Brazilian MRI committee as well as radiology consultant for soccer teams and various national Sports societies.
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- Identification Number : B01MUCBZUJ
- Publisher : Springer; 1st ed. 2017 edition (January 17, 2017)
- Publication date : January 17, 2017
- Language : English
- File size : 22946 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
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- Print length : 834 pages
- Lending : Not Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #3,731,335 in Kindle Store
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Sandra Fox Murphy
So poignant, so funny!
January 29, 2018
This is a novel we selected for our Book Club, and my first reaction was that this is an odd book. But it turned out to be a gift. The Secret Diary of Hendrik Groen 83 ¼ Year Old is written as an actual diary of a pensioner in an assisted living home in Amsterdam, a novel translated from Dutch to English. The reality of the setting was spot on, no mincing words here. The characters were true to life with a lot of whining about old-age maladies, and the main characters in the Old but Not Yet Dead club were delightful and genuine. I, myself, am close enough to this age to relate and sympathize, but the surprise for me was the perseverance of this group of friends. And, there, is the gist of this tale. Friendship. A true, deep love for each, a love that was often held inside but loyal to the end. Of course, in this setting you can expect a lot of ends. But there was also great dark wit, well-placed cynicism, out-loud laughter, and such tender moments. I was uplifted by the spirit of this novel. The author is unrevealed, and there is a sequel, On the Bright Side, recently published. Though I must admit I am quite jealous that the Dutch apparently now have a TV series based on Mr. Groen’s escapades.
A sweet and thoughtful novel
April 1, 2018
Mr. Hendrik Groen, resident of an old age home in Amsterdam, decides to keep a journal over the course of 2013. He intends to write a scathing and honest look at life in the home, but it turns into a charming meditation on life, love, and aging. It is interesting to see the character move from snarky and unhappy to trying to make the most of his life.
Mr. Groen begins by commenting on the other residents of the facility and their irritating habits. His best friend is a heavy drinker with no filter and a love of mischief. Mr. Groen’s life begins to change when an intelligent and pleasant woman moves in. Together they decide to learn more about the rules and regulations of the home, suspecting that the rules are made for the convenience of administration. Along with his closest friends, they form the Old But Not Yet Dead Club. Each member takes a turn planning a secret event for the group. This angers the residents, who are essentially jealous at being left out. Over the year, members of the group suffer various illnesses and you see them pull together to help each other. The journal also contains commentary on recent events, financial affairs, and conditions for the elderly throughout the world. There are also a lot of reflections on assisted suicide, which Mr. Groen fully supports and wishes for himself. Pro or con, it will make you think.
This is a very enjoyable novel with a delightful protagonist. I found it interesting that the author decided to reveal very little about Mr. Groen’s life prior to being in the old age home. You find out just enough to know that his life has not been easy. The lack of backstory works here, as it keeps you focused on the present. This book has been compared to A Man Called Ove. There are some similarities, but Mr. Groen lacks the bite and bitterness of Ove. However, they both discover that it takes a village to make a life happy and full.
Often funny, sometimes sad, thoughtful and utterly delightful.
June 2, 2022
Thoroughly charming book. I’m a very fast reader but purposely tried to slow down so that I could spend more time with Mr Groen and his misfit band of old (literally – they’re all in their 80’s) friends. A delightful read!
September 9, 2017
Taut, touching, witty prose. A diary for one year filled with emotionally astute observations of day to day life of an inmate of an old age home in Amsterdam. The pettiness, bravery and stoicism displayed by residents, staff and relatives in mostly mundane situations. The outside world as it pertains to those about to die, mostly their fears of further spending cuts. Railing against the administration. Organizing the “old but not dead club” with outings to break the tedium. Members slowly going senile or dying. Started as a project to avoid sinking into despondency, the author develops through his writing, both in self confidence and charity displayed to others. A mild mannered, likable rebel, he shows courage, humanity and the frailness of age. The book moves swiftly, despite its slow subject, and is a delightful read the reader is enervated by the Hendrik Groen’s minor rebellions against the administration, his brave jaunts on his mobility scooter, his dandy dressing, his caustic comments about his fellow residents’ foibles, maliciousness, jingoism, slowness and forgetfulness. Definitely worth five stars.
Loved the man but could not read all his thoughts
April 8, 2020
This book was endearing at first but, over time, I had a difficult time caring about all of this man’s thoughts. I loved the main character and all his friends. I just felt like I could have loved him more with less words.
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