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CONTENTS JULY 2011 ISSUE 49


Publisher TOR DAVIES BSc (Hons) tor@sportex.net Editor LYNN BOOTH MCSP lynn@sportex.net Art editor DEBBIE ASHER debbie@sportex.net Advertising manager TOR DAVIES tor@sportex.net +44 (0)845 652 1906 Subscriptions SANDRA GREATOREX subs@sportex.net +44 (0) 845 652 1906


TECHNICAL ADVISORS Richard Bolton Steve Aspinall


Sophie Cox MCSP, MAPA


BSc (BASRaT), MSc


BSc (podiatry), SRCh, MChS


Dr Bryan English Dip Sports Med, DO


Joanne Elphinston BPhty MA, MCSP Dr Dylan Morrisey MCSP, MSc PhD Prof Graham Smith FCSP, SRP Joan Watt


MCSP, SRP


Dr Nick Webborn MRCGP, Dip Sports Med, MSC


Dr Greg Whyte PhD, BSc (Hons


We are also excited to announce in this issue, the launch of a monthly blog post from US physical therapist Joseph Brence. We will send these posts out as part of our monthly esportEX newsletter so as a subscriber you will automatically receive this email unless you have chosen to unsubscribe to it.


Having just returned from two overseas trips, one to South Africa and one to Australia, where I met some great clinicians, we are looking forward to introducing more international articles and blog posts in the coming months.


Tor Davies, publisher tor@sportex.net


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Written specifically for professionals working with a wide variety of athletes and sports people to help them get the most out of their athletic performance - personal annual


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CONTENTS 4Journal watch


and wrist joints crook lying? A look at some of the latest research


7Sports injuries refresher: elbow 12 Activation of deep abdominals


An introduction to assessment and diagnosis. Better achieved in functional standing or 19SLAP II repair - a single- patient case study


How an accelerated rehabilitation programme ensured an elite female rugby player’s timely return to competition.


The first of the sportEX international bloggers discusses the concept of pain.


25sportEX blog TO FIND OUT MORE ABOUT SPORTEX VISIT DISCLAIMER


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In this issue we continue with what has become a very popular series of refresher articles looking at common sports injuries of a


range of anatomical regions. If you work with students, we have compiled these articles together into a single digital publication which can be purchased separately to a normal subscription. We will continue to add to this publication as new articles in the series are published. The publication will be updated automatically and available to everyone who has purchased the product (see


http://bit.ly/injuryrefresher). All the features in the series are accompanied by some great Primal Pictures animations and are a perfect student learning tool.


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HIGHLIGHTS n SOAP NOTES


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n WHIPLASH INJURY IN ATHLETES n CAREERS IN SPORTS THERAPY n BOOK REVIEWS


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