This much-needed reference serves as your best source for up-to-date, organized information on stress fractures. Written by three leading authorities in this area, Stress Fractures covers the pathophysiology, epidemiology, risk factors, and treatment associated with these injuries. The reference provides both theory about development of stress fractures and practical management of the various types and sites of stress fractures. It is an essential reference for all clinicians involved in the diagnosis, prescription, and ...

Stress Fractures 1999, Human Kinetics Publishers

ISBN-13: 9780867930153

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