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THE PHYSICIAN AND SPORTSMEDICINE - VOL 32 - NO. 1 - JANUARY 2021

NEWS AND ANALYSIS           

Editor's Notes
Practically Packed With Practical Practice Information
Gordon O. Matheson, MD, PhD

News Briefs
The South Beach Diet: Weighing the Pros and Cons
Fitness Trends for 2021

Best of the Literature
Training and Male Teen Gymnasts' Development
BMI Predicts Mortality
Traumatic Origins of Knee Osteoarthritis

REVIEW ARTICLES

Physical Activity and Type 2 Diabetes
Tailoring Exercise to Optimize Fitness and Glycemic Control
Physicians walk a fine line when using exercise as therapy for patients who have type 2 diabetes. The insulin resistance benefits of exercise are desirable, but certain activities may exacerbate neurovascular or cardiac complications.
Krishna V. Bahaskarabhatla, MD, MSc; Richard Birrer, MD, MPH

Symptomatic Snapping Hip
Targeted Treatment for Maximum Pain Relief
A snapping hip can sometimes be a painful obstacle for active patients. Targeted physical tests are key to diagnosis, and conservative treatment is often successful.
Jeremy Idjadi, MD; Robert Meislin, MD

CASE REPORT

Tibial Eminence Fracture in an Adult
A Possibility With Rotational Injuries
Tibial eminence fractures can occur in patients of any age—not just children—who sustain a rotational injury. MRI or CT are now routinely used for diagnosis.
Jeffrey R. Bytomski, DO; Richard T. Ferro, MD

CLINICAL QUIZ

An Unusual Cause of Medial Arm Pain
A 21-year-old woman developed a painful bump on her medial arm after strenuous upper-body strength training. Puzzling radiographic results prompted physicians to consider a widely varied differential diagnosis.
James R. Clugston, MD, MS; Sheryl H. Heinicka, MSN, BC; Joan M. Street, RT(R)(QM)

CLINICAL PRACTICE

Pearls
Puzzling Rhabdo Symptoms
Too Many Toes

FOR YOUR PATIENTS

Steps to Take for Clavicle Fractures
Jeffrey A. Housner, MD; John E. Kuhn, MD

FOLDOUT FEATURE

Getting Tough With Metabolic Syndrome - PDF
Resources on Metabolic Syndrome

READER SERVICE

Staff

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