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Peter Brukner Pages: This complete practical guide to physiotherapy and musculoskeletal medicine covers all aspects of diagnosis and contemporary management of sports-related injuries. This fifth edition has been expanded to accommodate a much higher level of evidence-based content. It reflects the huge amount of new research and significant changes in thinking since the fourth edition was published. For this volume, Injuries, all chapters have been comprehensively updated by sports physiotherapists and sports physicians at the top of their fields from around the world.
There are more than new figures and tables, as well as six new chapters including - Training programming and prescription- Return to play- Pain: Book Details Author: Book Appearances 5. You just clipped your first slide! Clipping is a handy way to collect important slides you want to go back to later. Now customize the name of a clipboard to store your clips. Visibility Others can see my Clipboard. Cancel Save. It is, however, the multidisciplinary approach to sports medicine problems that makes this book unique, with the sections on rehabilitation of specific injuries being a major strength of this book.
The tables and diagrams are clear and concise, and the artistic drawings of anatomical structures and specific injuries are excellent.
The quality of the radiographs and the place of radiological investigation in injury diagnosis are well handled. Indeed, this is a difficult field in sports medicine as some of what we do is based on clinical experience rather than hard evidence. Table Sportsman's hernias, obturator nerve entrapments, sinus tarsi syndrome or cuboid syndrome, for instance, are promoted as definite clinical entities, where some international experience would certainly cast doubt on their mere existence!
Most of the areas of controversy, however, are quite well discussed through the book. Calcium fructoborate CFB is a natural plant mineral borate complex produced by a patented process first described by Miljkovic Miljkovic et al.
Of the existing boron and borate supplements available, CFB might be the most researched and might offer the most potential for human health 31, CFB, a potential anti-inflammatory agent 35, 49, 50 with the ability to modulate key markers associated with inflammation-related conditions, such as osteoarthritis 32, 50, 51 , has been recently reported to subjectively improve feelings of flexibility, comfort, and quality of life in a period of only 14 days For this study, we chose a combination of CFB, along with glucosamine hydrochloride and chondroitin sulfate to assess any synergistic effect.
The objective of this study was to investigate any possible short-term benefits in decreasing discomfort and improving physical mobility in participants during a short period of time only 14 days. We also observed the effects of using a combination of chondroitin sulfate and glucosamine alone.
Even though the recruited participants had not been previously diagnosed, the criterion of selection was based on the McGill Pain Questionnaire, which is not only used to evaluate and monitor pain, but also to determine the effectiveness of any intervention. Discomfort and physical function of the joints were recorded for baseline, Day 7 and Day 14 of the study period.
In contrast, TR2 using only chondroitin sulfate and glucosamine had no effect under these experimental conditions. Although our study showed that the combination of all 3 nutrients can result in significant rather rapid improvement in knee discomfort and improved mobility, further investigation is justified and can yield additional insight into these materials.
Conclusions Data from our study clearly indicate that short-term use of CFB in combination with chondroitin sulfate and glucosamine was effective in reducing knee discomfort and improving the physical mobility of the joints. Future investigations conducted with a larger cohort of subjects and for a longer duration; may provide better understanding of the short and long term effects of supplementation. The present study could be repeated as a crossover; in order to observe any effects of the combination therapy in subjects.
We would like to thank Mahalakshmi Babu for her help in editing the manuscript. Disclosure Statement: The present study was funded by Futureceuticals, Inc. All authors declare that they have no conflicts of interest. No competing financial interests exist. References 1. Primary care treatment of knee pain—a survey in older adults. Crofford L. Evidence Based Medicine. The effect of nutritional supplements on osteoarthritis. Altern Med Rev.
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