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Sport Therapy for the Shoulder With Online Video

Sport Therapy for the Shoulder With Online Video

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    In Sport Therapy for the Shoulder: Evaluation, Rehabilitation, and Return to Sport, readers will learn about best practices and evidence-based guidelines for assessing and treating patients’ shoulder injuries for re-entry into sport. Written by renowned physical therapists Todd S. Ellenbecker and Kevin E. Wilk, this text is a key resource for physical therapists, athletic trainers, sport chiropractors, massage therapists, strength and conditioning professionals, personal trainers, and other clinicians in sports medicine who work with patients recovering from shoulder injuries.

    Sport Therapy for the Shoulder guides readers systematically through functional anatomy and biomechanics of the shoulder, examination techniques and pathology, rehabilitation, and return-to-play progressions. The text provides evidence-based principles to assist clinicians in improving joint stabilization, strength, muscular endurance, and range of motion in the shoulder. Return-to-sport programs feature step-by-step progressions for sports including baseball, softball, golf, swimming, and tennis. Illustrated versions of the Thrower’s Ten and Advanced Thrower’s Ten exercise programs, which were developed by coauthor Kevin E. Wilk and colleagues, are provided in the appendix.

    The content is enhanced by more than 200 color photos and detailed illustrations that provide visual support and context for conducting specific evaluation and rehabilitation techniques. Additionally, 21 online video clips are available to complement the highly visual book and demonstrate how to perform specific evaluation tests. An image bank is available free to course adopters and is also available for professionals to purchase separately for use in presentations.

    The combination of foundational information, evidence-based guidelines, sport-specific return-to-sport programs, online videos, and colorful visual aids makes Sport Therapy for the Shoulder a must-have resource for clinicians who work with patients who have shoulder injuries. Not only will the book prove to be a valuable learning tool, but it will also be a reference that professionals can use continually in their practice.

    Audience

    A reference for physical therapists, athletic trainers, sport chiropractors, massage therapists, strength and conditioning professionals, personal trainers, and other clinicians in sports medicine who work with patients recovering from shoulder injuries. Also a text for students enrolled in physical therapy, athletic training, and other courses with a focus on musculoskeletal rehabilitation.

    Table of Contents

    Preface
    Acknowledgments
    Accessing the Online Video
    Part I. Anatomy and Biomechanics of the Shoulder Complex
    Chapter 1. Functional Anatomy of the Shoulder Complex
    Joint Structure
    Muscle Anatomy
    Additional Anatomical Structures
    Neurovascular Anatomy
    Conclusion
    Chapter 2. Mechanics of the Shoulder
    Primary Biomechanical Principles
    Throwing Mechanics
    Tennis Serving and Swinging Mechanics
    Volleyball Overheard Motions
    Golf Swing Mechanics
    Swimming Mechanics
    Conclusion
    Part II. Examination and Pathology of Shoulder Injuries
    Chapter 3. Clinical Examination of the Shoulder
    Subjective Evaluation (History)
    Posture Evaluation
    Scapular Evaluation
    Evaluation of Glenohumeral Joint Range of Motion
    Strength Evaluation
    Functional Evaluation
    Special Manual Orthopedic Shoulder Tests
    Conclusion
    Chapter 4. Injury Pathology of the Shoulder
    Rotator Cuff Injury
    Shoulder Instability
    Labral Lesions and Tears
    Conclusion
    Part III. Rehabilitation of Shoulder Injuries
    Chapter 5. Rehabilitation Progressions
    Range of Motion Progression
    Scapular Stabilization Methods and Progression
    Rotator Cuff Exercise Progression
    Conclusion
    Chapter 6. Surgical Repair and Rehabilitation Protocols
    Rotator Cuff Repair
    Labral Repair
    Conclusion
    Part IV. Return to Sport
    Chapter 7. Clinical Decision-Making for Return to Sport
    Key Criteria for a Return to Sport Evaluation
    Interval Throwing Program
    Conclusion
    Chapter 8. Interval Return to Sport Programs
    Objective Criteria
    Tennis Program
    Baseball and Softball Program
    Swimming Program
    Golf Program
    Conclusion
    Appendix A Thrower’s Ten Exercise Program
    Appendix B Advanced Thrower’s Ten Exercise Program
    References
    Index
    About the Authors

    About the Author

    Todd S. Ellenbecker, DPT, MS, SCS, OCS, CSCS, is a physical therapist and clinic director for Physiotherapy Associates Scottsdale Sports Clinic in Scottsdale, Arizona, where he is also the national director of clinical research for Physiotherapy Associates. He is the vice president of medical services for the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) Tour and current member and past chairman of the United States Tennis Association (USTA) national sport science committee. He is also a certified United States Professional Tennis Association (USPTA) tennis teaching professional. He is a certified sports clinical specialist, orthopaedic clinical specialist, and strength and conditioning specialist.

     Ellenbecker, who has more than 30 years of experience in physical therapy, has authored many books and articles in research journals and trade publications and is an international presenter on shoulder and elbow rehabilitation. He has also served on editorial boards for several journals.

     Among many other honors, Ellenbecker was named the Sports Medicine Professional of the Year (2003) by the National Strength and Conditional Association and received the Ronald G. Peyton Lecture Award (2007) by the Sports Physical Therapy Section and the Samuel Hardy Educational Merit Award (2008) by the International Tennis Hall of Fame.

    Kevin E. Wilk, PT, DPT, FAPTA, is the associate clinical director for Champion Sports Medicine in Birmingham, Alabama, as well as vice president of clinical education for Physiotherapy Associates. He is also the director of rehabilitative research at the American Sports Medicine Institute in Birmingham while also serving as the rehabilitation consultant for Major League Baseball’s Tampa Bay Devil Rays.

    Wilk, who has been a physical therapist, researcher, and educator for more than 30 years, has also published many books and articles and book chapters in various medical journals and industry publications. He is an adjunct assistant professor in the physical therapy program at Marquette University and has presented his work and research worldwide.

    Wilk received the Catherine Worthingham Fellowship in 2012 by the American Physical Therapy Association, the Turner A. Blackburn Hall of Fame Lifetime Achievement Award in 2012 by the Sports Physical Therapy Section (SPTS), the Ronald G. Peyton Lecture Award in 2004 by SPTS, and the James R. Andrews, MD, Award for Excellence in Baseball Sports Medicine in 1999 by the American Sports Medicine Institute.

    Ancillaries

    All ancillaries are free to course adopters and available at www.HumanKinetics.com/SportTherapyForTheShoulder

    Image bank. Includes more than 200 photographs, more than 40 illustrations, and all of the tables and typeset figures from the text. The images may be used to create handouts, enhance PowerPoint presentations, or create other learning aids for students.

    The image bank is also available for purchase separately • ISBN 978-1-4925-3528-7

    Online Video. Includes 21 online video clips featuring instructions on performing each test to aid viewers and increase comprehension.

    The online video is also available for purchase separately • ISBN 978-1-4925-3529-4