January 2021 Table of Contents
THE PHYSICIAN AND SPORTSMEDICINE - VOL 28 - NO. 1 - JANUARY 2021
NEWS AND ANALYSIS
Tradition and Trajectory, January 2021
Gordon O. Matheson, MD, PhD
Referring Patients to Personal Trainers: Benefits and Pitfalls
Exercise Trends for the New Millennium
Scrotum Injuries in Mountain Bikers
Best of the Literature (formerly 'Highlights')
MRI for Predicting Meniscus Repair
Good Outcome Following Partial ACL Tears
Brain Injuries: Trends and Effects
A Perioperative Rehabilitation Program for Anterior Cruciate Ligament Surgery
Rapid rehabilitation from ACL surgery has evolved over the past decade. The program requires "pre-habilitation" well in advance of the operation.
Todd Arnold, MD; K. Donald Shelbourne, MD
Noninvasive Detection of Coronary Artery Disease: Can the New Imaging Techniques Help?
Novel technology for noninvasive investigation of the heart holds much promise. What does it offer primary care physicians today?
A Complete Approach to Groin Pain
Step by step, the author clears the confusion from interpreting the many causes of vague and insidious groin pain.
Vincent J. Lacroix, MD
Acute Traumatic Brain Injury in Amateur Boxing
Via neuropsychological testing, this research team found post-match cognitive impairment in amateur boxers despite the fighters' use of headgear.
Erik J. T. Matser, PhD; Alphons G. H. Kessels, MD; Muriel D. Lezak, PhD; Jaap Troost, MD; Barry D. Jordan, MD
A Footprint Test
Self-Help for Shoulder Impingement
Brush Away Extra Pounds
Tennis Balls for Trigger Points
Clinical Techniques: Field Care of the Injured Tooth
Proper care in the first few minutes after a dental injury can save a tooth.
William O. Roberts, MD
Information for Authors
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