Athletic Training and Therapy

Athletic Training and Therapy

Foundations of Behavior and Practice


Human Kinetics Publishers






15 a 20 dias

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CAATE Standards Part I. Foundations of Professional Practice Chapter 1. Athletic Training and the Health Care Team Leamor Kahanov, EdD, ATC, LAT Becoming an Athletic Trainer Interprofessional Approach to Health Care Delivery Athletic Trainers as Members of Health Care Teams Athletic Training History Professional Ethics Clinical Bottom Line Chapter 2. Evidence-Based Practice and Basic Research Principles Leamor Kahanov, EdD, ATC, LAT Definition of Evidence-Based Practice Research Design and Levels of Evidence Qualitative and Quantitative Research Critical Appraisal of the Literature Applying Evidence-Based Practice Understanding Diagnostic Tests Research Ethics and Institutional Review Board Clinical Bottom Line Chapter 3. Public Health and Athletic Training Samuel Johnson, PhD, ATC, CSCS Defining Public Health Intersection of Athletic Training and Public Health Sequence of Prevention Clinical Bottom Line Chapter 4. Cultural Literacy in Patient-Centered Care Marsha Grant-Ford, PhD, ATC; and Leamor Kahanov, EdD, ATC, LAT Patient-Centered Care Definition Person-First Language Group Identities Culture, Ethnicity, and Personal Core Values Race Professional Culture and Core Values Stereotypes Privilege Microaggressions Adverse Childhood Experiences Social Determinants of Health Cultural Competence Clinical Bottom Line Chapter 5. Health Care Administration and Health Care Informatics Leamor Kahanov, EdD, ATC, LAT Health Care Administration and Management Health Policy and Laws Quality Assurance Documentation and Medical Records Insurance, Third-Party Reimbursement, and Billing Clinical Bottom Line Chapter 6. Management, Planning, and Professional Development Leamor Kahanov, EdD, ATC, LAT Management and Leadership Planning Facility Planning Budgeting Purchasing Risk Management Advocacy Clinical Bottom Line Part II. Injury and Illness Prevention and Wellness Promotion Chapter 7. Blood-Borne Pathogens David C. Berry, PhD, MHA, AT, ATC; and Ellen K. Payne, PhD, LAT, ATC, EMT Means of Pathogen Entry Common Pathogens Exposure Control Plan Exposure Incident Training Clinical Bottom Line Chapter 8. Prevention Strategies and Procedures Ellen K. Payne, PhD, LAT, ATC, EMT Preparticipation Physical Examination Thermoregulatory Mechanisms Hyperthermia Hypothermia and Cold-Related Conditions Lightning Ergonomics Clinical Bottom Line Chapter 9. Fitness and Wellness Angela Hillman, PhD Role of Exercise in Maintaining a Healthy Lifestyle Definition of Exercise Standardized Testing in Fitness and Wellness Designing a Fitness Program Instructing a Patient Through Fitness Exercise Safety Precautions and Hazards Clinical Bottom Line Chapter 10. General Nutrition Concepts and Sports Nutrition Ellen K. Payne, PhD, LAT, ATC, EMT; and Jennifer Doane, MS, RDN, CSSD, LDN, ATC Energy and Nutrition Needs Macronutrients Micronutrients Fluids Nutrition for Optimal Healing Low Energy Availability Dietary Supplements Clinical Bottom Line Chapter 11. Protective Equipment Ellen K. Payne, PhD, LAT, ATC, EMT Legal Issues Basic Application of Protective Equipment Emergency Removal of Protective Equipment Clinical Bottom Line Chapter 12. Taping and Bracing David A. Wilkenfeld, EdD, LAT, ATC Legal Issues Principles of Prophylactic Procedures Taping and Wrapping Techniques for the Lower Extremity Taping and Wrapping Techniques for the Upper Extremity Clinical Bottom Line Part III. Immediate and Emergency Care Chapter 13. Emergency Planning in Health Care Ellen K. Payne, PhD, LAT, ATC, EMT Components of an Emergency Action Plan Types of Emergencies Covered in an Emergency Action Plan Developing an Emergency Action Plan Special Considerations Clinical Bottom Line Chapter 14. Acute Care and Emergency Procedures Ellen K. Payne, PhD, LAT, ATC, EMT; and David C. Berry, PhD, MHA, AT, ATC Principles of Emergency Assessment Moving and Transporting the Injured or Ill Patient Emergency Interventions Clinical Bottom Line Part IV. Injury and Illness Evaluation Chapter 15. Pathophysiology of Musculoskeletal and Nerve Injury James R. Scifers, DScPT, PT, LAT, ATC Soft Tissue Injury Bone Injury Nerve Injury Clinical Bottom Line Chapter 16. Clinical Diagnosis and Medical Referral Ellen K. Payne, PhD, LAT, ATC, EMT Clinical Assessment and Diagnosis History Observation Palpation Special Tests Additional Assessment Components Variations in the Assessment Process Concussion Evaluation Clinical Prediction Rule Medical Referral Documentation and Communication of the Injury Evaluation Clinical Bottom Line Chapter 17. Medical Imaging Leamor Kahanov, EdD, ATC, LAT; and Loraine Zelna, MS, RT (R)(MR) Radiologic Science and Its Roles in Imaging Medical Imaging Computed Tomography Magnetic Resonance Imaging Ultrasound or Diagnostic Medical Sonography Nuclear Medicine Imaging Life Cycle Clinical Bottom Line Chapter 18. Commonly Encountered Medical Conditions in Athletic Training Tim Braun, PhD, LAT, ATC, CSCS Examination Process Diagnostic Tests Infectious Diseases Respiratory System Conditions Cardiovascular System Conditions Gastrointestinal System Conditions Genitourinary System Conditions Nervous System Conditions Eye Conditions Ear, Nose, Throat, and Mouth Conditions Systemic Disorders Sexually Transmitted Diseases Dermatological Conditions Clinical Bottom Line Chapter 19. Psychosocial Interventions in Athletic Training Health Care Paul Knackstedt, MS, PsyD, CMPC Prevalence of Psychosocial Disorders Common Mental Health Disorders Psychological Response to Injury Psychosocial Interventions Clinical Bottom Line Chapter 20. Special Populations Monique Mokha, PhD, LAT, ATC, CSCS; and Leamor Kahanov, EdD, ATC, LAT Tactical Athletes Masters Athletes Pediatric Athletes Pregnant Athletes Introduction to Disability Athletes With Visual Impairments and Blindness Deaf Athletes and Athletes With Hearing Loss Athletes With Amputations Athletes With Spinal Cord Injury Autonomic Dysreflexia Athletes With Cerebral Palsy Athletes With Intellectual Disabilities Athletes With Les Autres Clinical Bottom Line Part V. Therapeutic and Medical Interventions Chapter 21. Therapeutic Modalities and Interventions Leamor Kahanov, EdD, ATC, LAT Thermal Modalities Electrical Modalities Electromagnetic Modalities Sound Modalities Mechanical Modalities Soft-Tissue Mobilization Evolving and Emerging Therapeutic Modalities Purchasing and Maintaining Equipment Clinical Bottom Line Chapter 22. Therapeutic Exercise in Rehabilitation Mitchell Wasik, MS, ATC, LAT; and Leamor Kahanov, EdD, ATC, LAT Therapeutic Exercise Overview Physical Inactivity and Immobilization Rehabilitation Program Essentials Rehabilitation Phases Based on Tissue Healing Therapeutic Strengthening, Endurance, and Power Exercises Neuromuscular Control Practitioner-Assisted Therapeutic Exercise Purchasing and Maintaining Therapeutic Exercise Equipment Clinical Bottom Line Chapter 23. Pharmacological Interventions Leamor Kahanov, EdD, ATC, LAT Pharmacokinetics and Pharmacodynamics Legal Issues and Regulations Managing a Formulary Drug Testing Common Medications in Athletic Training Commonly Abused Drugs and Supplements Special Considerations Clinical Bottom Line Chapter 24. Casting Bryce B. Gaines, LAT, ATC Basic Principles Materials for Application General Application Tips Cast Removal Procedures Upper Extremity Casts Lower Extremity Casts Postcasting Care Considerations Special Considerations Clinical Bottom Line Appendix. Standard Medical Terminology and Abbreviations
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