Baxter’s The Foot and Ankle in Sport

Baxter’s The Foot and Ankle in Sport,
David A. Porter & Lew C. Schon

Hardback, 656 pages, 2nd  edition, published in 2007

Contents:
SECTION I Athletic Evaluation
1 Athletic Evaluation and Management of the Elite Athlete
SECTION II Sport Syndromes
2 Impingement Syndromes of the ankle
3 Stress Fracture: Their Causes and Principles of Treatment
4 Problematic Stress Fractures of the Foot and Ankle
5 Ankle and Midfoot Fractures and Dislocations
6 Injuries to the Tibialis Anterior, Peroneal Tendons, and Long Flexors and Extensors of the Toes
7 Achilles Tendon Disorders including Tendinosis and Tears
8 Posterior Tibial Tendon Dysfunction
9 Functional Nerve Disorders and Plantar Heel Pain
10 Arthritic, Metabolic, and Vascular Disorders
11 Dermatologic, Infectious and Nail Disorders
SECTION III Anatomic Disorders in Sports
12 Chronic Ankle Instability, Non-operative Treatment and Rehabilitation
13 Ankle Sprains, Ankle Instability and Syndesmosis Injuries
14 Osteochondral lesions and Occult Fractures of the foot and ankle
15 Disorders of the Subtalar Joint, Including Subtalar Sprains and Tarsal Coalitions
16 Diagnostic and Operative Ankle and Subtalar Joint Arthroscopy
17 Lesser Toe Disorders
18 Great Toe Disorders
19 Bunion Deformity in Elite Athletes
20 Chronic Leg Pain
SECTION IV Unique Problems in Sport and Dance
21 Ballet Injuries and Rehabilitation back to Dance
22 An International Perspective on the Foot and Ankle in Sports
23 Pediatric Problems and Rehabilitation Geared to the Young Athlete
24 Unique Considerations for Foot and Ankle Injuries in the Female Athlete
25 New Advances in the Foot and Ankle SECTION V Athletic Shoes, Orthoses, and Rehabilitation 2
6 The Shoe in Sports
27 Foot Orthoses for Sports Participation
28 Principles of Rehabilitation for the Foot and Ankle
29 Rehabilitation of the Elite Athletes

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