Injury Recognition and Prevention: Lower and Upper Extremity

Injury Recognition and Prevention: Lower and Upper Extremity

Genevieve Ludwig and Megan Streveler

In Stock Date: 
04/21/2016
Print Price: 
$49.95
Print ISBN: 
9781944749392
E-book Price: 
$29.95
E-book ISBN: 
9781944749408
Pages: 
128
Binding Type: 
Softcover

Injury Recognition and Prevention: Lower & Upper Extremity covers the most common musculoskeletal injuries of the arms, legs and spine. The text is designed to be a reference tool for students and professionals that work with athletes or a physically active population. Each chapter covers a specific anatomical joint area and includes: a brief review of musculoskeletal anatomy, common injury etiology, signs and symptoms for easy recognition, and the most commonly prescribed treatment or rehabilitation plan. Also discussed are preventative measures to avoid sustaining these common injuries. The first unit of the text discusses lower extremity injuries while the second unit of the text discusses upper extremity injuries.

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Genevieve Ludwig

Genevieve Elizabeth Ludwig, EdD, ATC is an assistant professor and athletic training clinical education coordinator at Southern Utah University. She completed her undergraduate degree at the University of Montana Western in K-12 health and physical education with emphasis in sports medicine, her master’s degree in secondary education while working as an athletic training graduate assistant at Eastern Oregon University, and her doctorate of education from Walden University. Dr.

Megan Streveler

Megan Jane Streveler, EdD, LAT, is the athletic training program director at the University of Iowa. She completed her undergraduate degree at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse in exercise & sport science – athletic training, her masters’ degree at the University of Wisconsin Madison in educational administration-higher education, and earned her doctorate of education from the University of Minnesota. Dr.