Table of contents for Sports medicine / Jennifer L. Minigh.

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CONTENTS	2
ILLUSTRATIONS AND TABLES	5
SERIES FORWARD	6
PREFACE	7
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS	9
SECTION ONE	10
1	THE FIELD OF SPORTS MEDICINE	11
Careers in Sports Medicine	12
Show Me the Money	17
Office vs Field Care	18
Managed Care	20
2	HISTORY OF SPORTS MEDICINE	23
Ancient History	23
Jump to the 1900s	23
The Advent of Sports Medicine	24
Scientific Advancements	24
Onset of Sports Law	25
Onset of Ethics	31
3	COMMON SPORTS INJURIES	34
Injuries in Children	34
Injuries in Adults	35
Injuries in Disabled Athletes	35
Types of Injuries	36
Location of Injuries	38
4	THE IMPACT OF A SPORTS INJURY-WHO DOES IT HURT?	47
Athletes	47
Families	48
Team and Coaches	49
Insurance Companies	50
Physicians and Healthcare Professionals	51
Media and Fans	52
Society as a Whole	52
5	DOPING	54
Doping Strategies	54
Doping Substances	55
6	THE FUTURE OF SPORTS SCIENCE	56
Tissue Engineering	56
Gene Therapy	57
Designer Drugs	58
Bionics	59
Misc	60
SECTION TWO	63
7	ISSUE: INFORMED CONSENT	64
Informed Consent in Sports Medicine	65
Consent in Research	67
Playing Against Medical Advice	68
Coercion	68
Cases Involving Informed Consent	69
8	ISSUE: WHO HAS THE RIGHT TO PLAY?	72
Preparticipation Examinations	72
Disabled/Handicapped Athletes	76
Athletes With Predisposition to Injury	80
AIDS and Hepatitis	84
Transgender Athletes	85
9	ISSUE: ARE SPORTS TOO AGGRESSIVE AND VIOLENT?	87
Science of Aggression	88
Game Aggression and Violence	89
Spectator Aggression	91
Aggression Off the Field	91
Roid Rage	92
10	ISSUE: PERFORMANCE ENHANCEMENT	94
Regulation and Testing of Substances	101
BALCO Investigation	102
Surgery	103
11	ISSUE: WHO IS LIABLE?	105
Standard of Care	105
Malpractice and Negligence	106
Return to Play	107
Liability	109
Rehabilitation	111
12	ISSUE: WHO HAS THE RIGHT TO KNOW AND TO TELL	112
Confidentiality	112
Defamation	113
Premature Release of Doping Results	114
13	ISSUE: MEDICAL ADVERTISING	116
Sponsorship	116
Selflessness	117
Untruthful Advertising and False Claims	117
Exaggerated Claims	118
14	ISSUE: NUTRITION	120
What to Eat	120
Supplements	123
Sports Drinks	124
When to Eat	125
Safety and Regulation	126
15	ISSUE: HOW MUCH IS TOO MUCH?	128
How Young Is Too Young?	128
No Pain, No Gain	131
Designer Athletes	132
Steroids	133
Evidence-Based Medicine and Innovative Therapies	133
SECTION THREE	135
APPENDIX A	136
ANNOTATED PRIMARY SOURCE DOCUMENTS	136
I: Sample Screening Packet	136
Preparticipation Exam	137
Liability Release	150
Informed Consent	152
HIPAA FORM	153
II: WADA 2007 Prohibited List International Standard	154
III: ADA Recommendations for Athletes	168
APPENDIX B	203
TIMELINE OF SPORTS MEDICINE ISSUES	203
APPENDIX C	206
GLOSSARY	206
APPENDIX A	209
FURTHER READING	209
INDEX	215
ABOUT THE AUTHOR	216

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Sports medicine -- Popular works.
Sports Medicine -- Popular Works.
Athletic Injuries -- Popular Works.
Doping in Sports -- Popular Works.