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. Ludwig has work experience in a variety of settings including industry, physical therapy, intercollegiate and high school athletics as well as collegiate recreation and club sports. She has worked as a clinical education coordinator for the past three years.

Injury Recognition and Prevention: Lower and Upper Extremity

Injury Recognition and Prevention: Lower and Upper Extremity
Print Price: 
$49.95
E-book Price: 
$29.95
In Stock Date: 
04/21/2016

Genevieve Ludwig and Megan Streveler

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.

Introduction to General Medical Conditions

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$49.95
E-book Price: 
$29.95
In Stock Date: 
08/07/2017

Genevieve Ludwig and Megan Streveler-Lundstrom

Introduction to General Medical Conditions explains the most common non-orthopedic maladies seen in the active population. The text is designed to be a reference tool for students and professionals who work with athletes or a physically active population. Each chapter covers a specific body part or system. Also discussed are preventative measures to avoid developing these conditions. Coaches, students in allied health professions, physical education teachers, parents, and athletes will benefit from reading this text.