How should you treat a stress fracture?

Bennell, Kim and Brukner, Peter (2007). How should you treat a stress fracture?. In Domhnall MacAuley and Thomas M. Best (Ed.), Evidence-based sports medicine 2nd ed. (pp. 538-561) Malden, MA, United States: Blackwell Publishing. doi:10.1002/9780470988732.ch28

Author Bennell, Kim
Brukner, Peter
Title of chapter How should you treat a stress fracture?
Title of book Evidence-based sports medicine
Place of Publication Malden, MA, United States
Publisher Blackwell Publishing
Publication Year 2007
Sub-type Research book chapter (original research)
DOI 10.1002/9780470988732.ch28
Edition 2nd
ISBN 9780470988732
Editor Domhnall MacAuley
Thomas M. Best
Chapter number 28
Start page 538
End page 561
Total pages 24
Total chapters 30
Language eng
Subjects 110604 Sports Medicine
Formatted Abstract/Summary
This second edition of the popular book Evidence-based Sports Medicine builds on the features that made the first edition such a valuable text and provides a completely up-to-date tool for sports medicine physicians, family practitioners and orthopedic surgeons.

Updated to take into account new evidence from systematic reviews and controlled trials, Evidence-based Sports Medicine is a unique reference book on the optimum management of sports-related conditions. This second edition:

* contains sections on acute injury, chronic conditions, and injuries to the upper limb, groin and knee and to the lower leg
* pays increased attention to the important and emerging area of injury prevention
* features thoroughly revised methodology sections within each chapter, reflecting changes in technique and application
* MCQs and essay questions that allow readers to continually assess their knowledge and understanding of the topics covered

[from publisher's website]
Keyword Evidence-based medicine
Sports medicine
stress fracture treatment
pain management
pharmaceutical therapies
low-intensity pulsed ultrasound
Q-Index Code B1
Q-Index Status Provisional Code
Institutional Status Non-UQ
Additional Notes Part 6: Injuries to the Lower Leg

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