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March 2021 Table of Contents

THE PHYSICIAN AND SPORTSMEDICINE - VOL 29 - NO. 3 - MARCH 2021


NEWS AND ANALYSIS

Editor's Notes
'Poor Sports' Need Good Medicine
Gordon O. Matheson, MD, PhD

News Briefs
XFL Raises Unique Sports Medicine Issues
New Treatment for Plantar Fasciitis
Mouth Guards
Resistance Overtraining
Reckless Skiing as Homicide

Best of the Literature
Resistance Exercise for Osteoarthritis
Training to Improve CHF Function and Strength
Reducing Obesity
Short-Bout Exercise Lowers CHD Risk


REVIEW ARTICLES

Knee Arthrofibrosis
Prevention and Management of a Potentially Devastating Condition
Physicians who recognize the distinctive pain, range of motion, and sounds of knee arthrofibrosis can identify the condition early so that patients get optimal treatment.
Colin L. Eakin, MD

Sideline Evaluation of Neck Pain
When Is It Time for Transport?
Careful monitoring of even mild neck symptoms on the sidelines is key to making transport and return-to-play decisions that prevent catastrophic consequences.
Robert R. Haight, MD; Brian J. Shiple, DO

ECG Findings in Active Patients
Differentiating the Benign From the Serious
Many exercise-related effects can mimic the ECG findings of serious cardiac conditions. The physician's main goal is to ensure safe activities for active patients who have cardiac conditions such as arrhythmias or atrial fibrillation.
N. A. Mark Estes III, MD; Mark S. Link, MD; Munthen Homoud, MD; Paul J. Wang, MD

How Can Hyperbaric Oxygen Contribute to Treatment?
Hyperbaric oxygen therapy often has the mystique of being a treatment and performance-enhancer for elite athletes. In reality, it can be useful in many settings as acute, adjunctive therapy for certain soft-tissue injuries. Researchers, though, have not confirmed its ergogenic effects.
J. Scott Delaney, MD; D. L. Montgomery, PhD


CLINICAL PRACTICE

Pearls
Typical Ankle Injury in Snowboarders
Reverse Golf Swings
What High-Protein Diets Lack at Workout Time
Avoiding Razor Burn
ACL Injury Prevention Starts Young


READER SERVICE

Editorial Board

Staff

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