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Conservative Management of Sports Injuries by Thomas E. Hyde, Marianne S. Gengenbach

By Thomas E. Hyde, Marianne S. Gengenbach

Contents of this article comprise: assessment of activities accidents; simple suggestions of rehabilitation; rules of manipulation in activities medication; biomechanics of the foot and ankle; the paediatric and adolescent athlete; and anabolic steroids and drug use in activities.

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