SECTION I: MEDICAL CARE AND SUPERVISION OF THE ATHLETE 1 The Team Physician 2 The Certified Athletic Trainer and the Training room 3 The Preparticipation Physical Examination 4 Sideline Preparedness and Emergencies on the Field 5 Sports Nutrition 6 Sports Supplements 7 Sports Pharmacology of Pain and Inflammation Control in Athletes SECTION II: CONDITIONING 8 The Pediatric Athlete 9 The High School Athlete: Setting up a High School Sports Medicine Program 10 The Female Athlete 11 The Senior Athlete 12 The Physically Challenged Athlete SECTION III: SPECIAL CONSIDERATION FOR ATHLETEPOPULATIONS 13 Exercise Prescription and Physiology 14 Aerobic Training 15 Resistance Training 16 Flexibility SECTION IV: ENVIRONMENT 17 Exercise in the Heat and Heat Illness 18 Exercise in the Cold and Cold Injuries 19 High Altitude Training and Competition SECTION V: SPORTS PSYCHOLOGY AND BEHAVIORAL PROBLEMS 20 The Role of Sports Psychology and Psychiatry 21 Drugs and Doping in Athletes 22 Eating Disorders in Athletes 23 Overtraining SECTION VI: GENERAL MEDICAL PROBLEMS IN ATHLETES 24 Infections in Athletes 25 Gastrointestinal Problems 26 Hematologic Problems in Athletes 27 Renal and Genitourinary Problems 28 The Athlete with Diabetes 29 The Athlete's Heart and Sudden Cardiac Death 30 The Hypertensive Athlete 31 Exercise Induced Bronchospasm, Anaphylaxis, and Urticaria 32 Neurologic Problems in the Athlete 33 Headache in the Athlete 34 Skin Problems in the Athlete 35 Connective Tissue and Rheumatologic Conditions in Sports SECTION VII: INJURY PREVENTION, DIAGNOSIS, AND TREATMENT 36 Musculoskeletal Injuries in Sports 37 Comprehensive Rehabilitation of the Athlete 38 Physical Modalities in Sports Medicine 40 Neck Injuries 41 Eye Injuries in Sports 42 Maxillofacial Injuries 43 Shoulder Injuries 44 Elbow Injuries 45 Hand and Wrist Injuries 46 Thorax and Abdominal Injuries 47 Thoracic and Lumbosacral Spine Injuries 48 Pelvis, Hip and Thigh Injuries 49 Knee Injuries 50 Ankle and Leg Injuries 51 Cartilage Problems in Sports 52 Acute Fractures and Dislocations in Athletes 53 Stress Fractures 54 Foot Problems 55 Taping and Bracing 56 Injections in the Athlete SECTION VIII: SPECIFIC SPORTS 57 Football 58 Volleyball 59 Soccer 60 Basketball. 61 Wrestling 62 Swimming and Diving 63 Scuba Diving 64 Baseball and Softball 65 Track and Field 66 Gymnastics 67 Road Biking, 68 Mountain Bikink 69 Tennis 70 Alpine Skiing 71 Cross-country Skiing 72 Snowboarding 73 Ice Hockey 74 Ice Skating 75 Sailing 76 Rock Climbing 77 Martial Arts 78 Boxing 79 Dance 80 Mass Participation Endurance Events 81 Field Hockey 82 LaCrosse 83 Rowing 84 In-line Skating and Skateboarding
Christopher C. Madden, MD is in private practice on the Front Range of the Rocky Mountains in Colorado. His sports medicine practice is broad, and he has special interests in head injuries, bio-mechanics, environmental and altitude medicine, backcountry sports, endurance and ultra-endurance medicine, snowboarding injuries, and cycling and mountain biking injuries. Chris edits and authors a variety of topics in sports publications, ranging from previsit patient education to professional textbooks. He also teaches sports medicine to primary care residents from Rose and the University of Colorado Family Medicine Residency Programs, in addition to out-of-state residents. He is active in the American Medical Society for Sports Medicine, where he is on the Board of Directors, is past annual meeting Program Chair, has served on the Program Planning and Public Relations Committees, and currently chairs the Economics Committee, where he has developed various sports medicine economics and business practice tools, workshops, and national presentations for the membership. Chris is also involved with the American College of Sports Medicine, where he has served on the Education Committee and has served on and chaired panels at various annual meetings. An avid backcountry enthusiast, Chris loves to tackle epic rides and ultra-endurance, cross-country, and Super D races on his mountain bikes, snowboard and telemark in pristine, off-piste, and backcountry powder, trail run, hike, mountaineer and rock climb, ride motocross, practice yoga, and spend time with his family. Eric C. McCarty, MD, is a board-certified and fellowship-trained orthopaedic surgeon with a longtime interest in sports medicine and athletics. He attended college at the University of Colorado, where he excelled and received numerous honors for his exploits in the classroom, as well as on the football field, where he was an All Big-Eight linebacker and also was an Academic All-American. After medical school at the University of Colorado, he completed his training in orthopaedic surgery at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee. From there he completed an intensive year of fellowship training in sports medicine and shoulder surgery at the internationally renowned Hospital for Special Surgery in New York City. He subsequently returned to Vanderbilt as a faculty member in the department of orthopaedics. In 2003, Dr. McCarty was recruited from Vanderbilt University to take over the sports medicine and shoulder program and to serve as the head team physician for the University of Colorado and University of Denver athletic programs. His specialized practice involves the care of these collegiate athletes, as well as recreational and highly competitive athletes from the community. In addition to his busy clinical practice, Dr. McCarty is very active in research, teaching, and writing articles in the field of sports medicine and knee and shoulder surgery. He has received grants for his research and frequently gives talks at both the national and international level. Since his playing days, Dr. McCarty continues to maintain a very active lifestyle with his family. He enjoys the activities he grew up with in Colorado, including hiking, cycling, climbing, and skiing. This carries over into his unbridled dedication to returning his patients to their desired activity/sport. Craig C. Young, MD, is a professor and the Medical Director of Sports Medicine at the Medical College of Wisconsin. He received a BS degree (cum laude) in Biological Sciences from the University of California, Irvine. He is a graduate of the University of California, San Diego School of Medicine. He completed a residency in family medicine at UCLA and a sports medicine fellowship at the Cleveland Clinic Foundation. Dr. Young has served as a team physician for the Milwaukee Brewers since 1994 and company physician for the Milwaukee Ballet since 1992. He has also served as a team physician at the U.S. Olympic Training Center (Chula Vista) and is a team physician for the U.S. National Snowboard Team. In 2007, he was appointed by the U.S. Olympic Committee as a team physician for the 23rd World Winter University Games in Torino, Italy. Dr. Young is board certified in both family practice and sports medicine. He was the President of the American Society for Sports Medicine (AMSSM) from 2007 to 2008. His clinical interests include dance medicine, wilderness medicine, female athletes, adolescent athletes, and endurance athletes. His research interests include dance medicine, in-line skating, and injury prevention.