September 2021 Table of Contents
THE PHYSICIAN AND SPORTSMEDICINE - VOL 28 - NO. 9 - SEPTEMBER 2021
NEWS AND ANALYSIS
The Real Olympic Story
Gordon O. Matheson, MD, PhD
Best of the Literature
Preexercise Stretching Fails to Reduce Training Injuries
Arthroscopic and Open Patellar Tenotomies Have Comparable Success Rates
Australian Sports Medicine Specialty Faces Political Hurdles
What Is Sports Medicine? International Views
Former Drug Testing Chief Sues US Olympic Committee
This Bud's for Rehydration?
Noteworthy: Holloszy Receives IOC Prize
Optimal Treatment of 'Frozen Shoulder'
Because of its enigmatic etiology and natural history, treatment of adhesive capsulitis is poorly defined. Literature and experience, however, indicate a graded protocol.
Rick Sandor, MD
Avoiding Repeat Cardiac Events
The ABCDESs of Tertiary Prevention
'Multifactorial risk-factor prevention' can slow or reverse coronary artery disease. A mnemonic device categorizes current options to help clarify the approach to treatment.
Barry A. Franklin, PhD; Roy J. Shephard, MD, PhD, DPE
Seizure After Exercise in the Heat
Recognizing Life-Threatening Hyponatremia
A military recruit suffered two seizures and clouded consciousness after a long training day. Encouraged to drink copiously, he had overhydrated by 6.5 L. His serum sodium was 113 mmol/L.
Scott D. Flinn, MD; Ryan J. Sherer, MD
Hyponatremia in Distance Athletes
Pulling the IV on the 'Dehydration Myth'
Mounting evidence indicts the automatic treatment of collapsed athletes with intravenous fluids as a potential killer.
Timothy D. Noakes, Mb Chb, MD
Sleep Habits and Shoulder Problems
Shape-Up Tip for Ice Bags
Solving Lachman Problems
Which Ankle Brace for Sprains?
FOR YOUR PATIENTS
Exercising the Frozen Shoulder
Rick Sandor, MD; Scott Brone, PT, CSCS
CME Self Test
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