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Volume: 38
Number: 1
Index: April 2010
Editorial Calendar
June 2010
Clinical Focus: Orthopedics and Ligament Injuries
  • Stress fractures and treatment
  • Clavicle injuries
  • Emergency preparedness before sporting events
  • Seasonal injuries (football, hockey, basketball, baseball, and soccer)
  • Effects of strenuous exercise on Achilles tendon
  • Hip muscles in lower body injuries
  • Exercise practices for young children
  • Spondylolysis and spondylolisthesis
  • Management of back pain
  • Multiligament knee injuries
  • Treatment options for tendon inflammation and instability
  • Scoliosis in young athletes
  • Ankle instability
  • ACL injuries
    • Meniscus tear in combination with an ACL tear
    • Nonoperative and operative treatment options for ACL tears
    • ACL reconstruction
  • Superimpose x rays for evaluation of extreme ankle and foot motion
  • Skin cancer and sunblock
  • Locker room infections
  • Obesity and duration of recovery from orthopedic injury
  • Shoulder problems in professional athletes (rotator cuff)
  • Shoulder instability in athletes
  • Rehabilitation
    • Hylan G-F20 and corticosteroids
    • Exercise after joint replacement surgery
    • Controlling inflammation after surgery
    • Use of pain pumps, devices for stabilization and preservation, bone void fillers
  • Degenerative knee osteoarthritis
  • Symptomatic snapping hip
  • Bone density after menopause
  • Managing the elderly athlete
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