Para and Adapted Sports Medicine, An Issue of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Clinics of North America
|Author Information||By Yetsa A. Tuakli-Wosornu, MD, MPH, Harvard and Wayne Derman, MBChB MSc (Med) (Hons). PhD, FFIMS, University of Stellenbosch Division of Orthopaedic Surgery Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences|
|Table of Content||
Foreword: Maximizing One's Potential
Preface: Contemporary Medical, Scientific & Social Perspectives on Para Sport
Illness Among Paralympic Athletes: Epidemiology, Risk Markers, and Preventative Strategies
Acute and Chronic Musculoskeletal Injury in Para Sport: A Critical Review
Autonomic Nervous System in Paralympic Athletes with Spinal Cord Injury
Athletes with Brain Injury: Pathophysiologic and Medical Challenges
Key Nutritional Strategies to Optimize Performance in Para Athletes
Concussion in Para Sport
Applying Scientific Principles to Enhance Paralympic Classification Now and in the Future: A Research Primer for Rehabilitation Specialists
Performance Characteristics of Para Swimmers: How Effective Is the Swimming Classification System?
Engineering and Technology in Wheelchair Sport
Sport-Specific Limb Prostheses in Para Sport
Para Sport Athletic Identity from Competition to Retirement: A Brief Review and Future Research Directions
The Social Empowerment of Difference: The Potential Influence of Para Sport
Social Inclusion Through Para Sport: A Critical Reflection on the Current State of Play
Paralympic Games: History and Legacy of a Global Movement
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