Participation in recreational sports and physical activities is at an all-time high. While the benefits of such participation are evidenced by our increased longevity and well-being, staying physically fit and athletically active does have its consequences.
Fortunately, most of the negative consequences – injuries – are minor setbacks and not season-ending tragedies. With this in mind, Sports Injuries Guidebook details the most common injuries from head to toe that are experienced from athletes from warrior to the pro.
Many approaches exist for the treatment of athletic injuries, and this book does not include every method or philosophy. Rather than overwhelm you with confusing options, our goal is to create a simple yet thoroughly user-friendly guidebook compiled by the best physicians and sports medicine professionals in the business.
We have put into print the “how to” for identifying, assessing, and treating injuries so you can get back in action as quickly and safely as possible, or even avoid being side-lined in the first place.
In fact, you’ll be able to treat many injuries on your own. Sports Injuries Guidebook arranges injuries by body region, so easy identification is only a flip of the pages away. Stay on track in your chosen sport and prevent future injuries (or heal the ones you’ve already got) more effectively with Sports Injuries Guidebook.