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August 2021 Table of Contents

THE PHYSICIAN AND SPORTSMEDICINE - VOL 31 - NO. 8 - AUGUST 2021


NEWS AND ANALYSIS

News Briefs
Heat Illness Prevention Goes High Tech: New Devices Enter Sports Medicine Market
AEDs Safe for Children
Sports Scientist Fights for Heavyweight Title

Best of the Literature
Ventricular Ectopy as a Predictor of Death
Declining Physical Activity Among Teen Girls

Spotlight on Sports Medicine
Making Strides in Rehabilitation: Comprehensive Sports Medicine Care Soldiers On
Patricia D. Mees


REVIEW ARTICLES

Degenerative Lumbar Spinal Stenosis
Options for Aging Backs
A diagnosis of degenerative lumbar spinal stenosis doesn't have to sideline active older patients. Muscle strengthening, stretching, and activity modification are among the treatment strategies that can prevent or postpone surgery.
Andrew L. Chen, MD, MS; Jeffrey M. Spivak, MD

Strength Training Basics
Designing Workouts to Meet Patients' Goals
Strength training offers a tempting array of benefits, from performance enhancement to improved bone-density. Understanding the exercise physiology of aerobic exercise enables physicians to suggest the best combination of mode, load, repetition, intensity, and routine for patients to meet their goals. Part three in our exercise science series.
William J. Kraemer, PhD


ORIGINAL RESEARCH

Preparticipation Screening of High School Athletes
Are Recommendations Enough?
As one way to generally assess the quality of preparticipation screening in American high schools, researchers evaluated the status of screening in Oregon. Their survey of 154 schools that returned the survey form found that screening for cardiac conditions and previous injuries was inadequate.
Michael C. Koester, MD, ATC; Chris L. Amundson, MS, ATC, CSCS


CLINICAL PRACTICE

Clinical Techniques
Identifying and Treating Corneal Abrasions
James L. Moeller, MD; Sami F. Rifat, MD

Pearls
Sidelines Contact Solutions
When to Teach Heading?


READER SERVICE

Staff

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