This book provides a comprehensive guide to the evaluation, treatment, and rehabilitation of musculoskeletal injuries commonly experienced by football (soccer) players. It will be of particular value for orthopedists and sports medicine practitioners, and will provide the information required by trainers and medical staff regarding the traumatic lesions associated with the sport. It is also anticipated that the book will assist in reducing the risk of trauma in footballers. The new edition has been revised to reflect advances in knowledge and practice and will be more valuable than ever, given that the risk of trauma continues to increase owing to the intensity and speed of modern football, the current training methods, and technical and tactical innovations. Injuries are a major adverse event during a footballer’s career, and they require appropriate medical and/or surgical treatment and rehabilitation. The overviews provided in this book will help in delivering such care.
|Publisher:||Springer International Publishing|
|Edition description:||2nd ed. 2015|
|Product dimensions:||7.01(w) x 10.00(h) x (d)|
About the Author
Dr. Piero Volpi is an Orthopedic Surgeon and Sports Medicine Specialist and Director of the Knee Surgery and Sport Traumatology Unit at Humanitas Clinical Institute IRCCS, Milan. He played professional football from the beginning of the 1970s until 1985 while maintaining his medical studies. He is now Head of Medical Staff FC Internazionale Milan, Italy, and is also Responsible Physician of the Italian Association of Football Players (AIC). Dr. Volpi is Teaching Professor at the Speciality School of Orthopedics and Traumatology at the University of Milan. He is also Vice-President of Italian Arthroscopy Society (SIA) and member of several National and International Scientific Societies: Siot, Sigascot,Fmsi, Isakos, Esska, Eka. He is the author of more than 300 publications and over 600 contributions, including book chapters, articles and presentations to scientific National and International meetings .He is Editor in Chief of the Journal of Sports Traumatology and member of Editorial Board of Medicina dello Sport Journal.
Table of Contents
1 Epidemiolgy in professional players.- 2 Epidemiology in young football player.- 3 Epidemiology in female football players.- 4 Injuries mechanism.- 5 Risk factor.- 6 Prevention.- 7 Evaluation preseason.- 8 Muscle lesions.- 9 Hamstring injuries.- 10 Quadriceps muscle injuries.- 11 Return to play after muscle lesion.- 12 Schoulder injuries in goalkeepers.- 13 Acromion-clavear dislocation.- 14 Medial collateral ligaments.- 15 Lateral collateral ligaments.- 16 ACL lesion.- 17 ACL lesion in adolescent.- 18 ACL revision.- 19 PCL lesion.- 20 Multiligament injuries.- 21 Lateral meniscus.- 22 Medial meniscus.- 23 Anterior knee pain in football.- 24 Patellar Instability in football player.- 25 Cartilage repair.- 26 Patellar tendon lesions.- 27 PRP in football players.- 28 Knee arthritis in ex-footballers.- 29 Lumbar disease in football players.- 30 Groin Pain.- 31 Hip pathology.- 32 Achille tendon lesions.- 33 Ankle ligament lesions.- 34 Ankle osteochondral lesions.- 35 Ankle arthritis in ex-footballers.- 36 Foot problems.- 37 Stress fractures.- 38 New trend in rehabilitation.- 39 Experiences in football players.