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September 2021 Table of Contents

THE PHYSICIAN AND SPORTSMEDICINE - VOL 31 - NO. 9 - SEPTEMBER 2021


NEWS AND ANALYSIS

News Briefs
Managing Stress Incontinence
Sunscreen and Bug Repellent: A Bad Combination?
New Stretching Protocol for Plantar Fasciitis?

Spotlight on Sports Medicine
Mending Injured Athletes: A Track Record of Orthopedic Advances
Lisa Schnirring

Best of the Literature
Exercise Cuts the Fat
Molecular Treatment Heals Open Tibial Fractures
Exercise Intensity Determines CHD Risk Reduction


REVIEW ARTICLES

Behavioral Contracting in the Treatment of Eating Disorders
Linking participation clearance to behavioral changes can be a powerful motivator. A successful contract must have five key elements.
David A. Brubaker, MD; John J. Leddy, MD

Strength Training for Children and Adolescents
What Can Physicians Recommend?
Leaner physiques and improved sports performance are two benefits of strength training that aren't just for adults. For young people, safe strategies and realistic expectation make strength training enjoyable and healthful.
Holly J. Benjamin, MD; Kimberly M. Glow, MD, MPH


CLINICAL QUIZ

Knee Pain, Swelling and Instability
A 20-year-old man developed disabling knee pain after he was tackled during recreational football. Though x-rays were helpful, the mechanism of injury provided crucial diagnostic clues.
Michael A. Shea, MD; Gregory W. Coppola, DO


FOR YOUR PATIENTS

Patient Adviser
Choosing a Strength Training Program for Kids
Holly J. Benjamin, MD; Kimberly M. Glow, MD, MPH


CLINICAL PRACTICE

Pearls
Calculating Calcium
Swimmer's Ear Mystery


SPECIAL SECTION ON INVESTING

Standard & Poor's Financial Adviser (PDF)
Recession's Enduring Effects
Portfolio Strategies: Where to Stash Your Cash
Stock of the Month


READER SERVICE

Staff

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