By Piero Volpi
This e-book offers a finished advisor to the review, therapy, and rehabilitation of musculoskeletal accidents in general skilled through soccer (soccer) gamers. will probably be of specific price for orthopedists and activities drugs practitioners, and may give you the info required via running shoes and clinical employees in regards to the irritating lesions linked to the game. it's also expected that the booklet will help in decreasing the danger of trauma in footballers. the recent variation has been revised to mirror advances in wisdom and perform and may be extra important than ever, on condition that the danger of trauma keeps to extend because of the depth and velocity of recent soccer, the present education equipment, and technical and tactical concepts. accidents are an incredible opposed occasion in the course of a footballer’s profession, and so they require applicable scientific and/or surgical procedure and rehabilitation. The overviews supplied during this e-book can assist in providing such care.
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Football Traumatology: New Trends by Piero Volpi