October 18, 2010
Useful Articles and Case Discussions on Children and Sports in June issue of Journal of Clinical Chiropractic Pediatrics
The June issue of the Journal of Clinical Chiropractic Pediatrics incudes several excellent articles that demonstrate the inroads chiropractors have made in the sports world. It also includes articles that provide practitioners with clinical infomation on nutrition, performance enhancing supplements, diagnostic imaging, ergonomics and rehabilitation designed to assist them when children with challenges associated with sports present in their offices. There are also three excellent cases discussed in a grand rounds forms with professionals with different expertise.
- Children and sport: Author: Ross Ebbers, DC
- Chiropractic management of elite athletes under 18 years of age:chiropractic participation in the United State Olympic Team. Authors: Gregory Bruno, DC, CCSP, CCEP
- Post-traumatic thoracolumbar spinal pain in the adolescent athlete:recognizing the significance of subtle radiographic findings. Authors: Beverly L. Harger, DC, DACBR and Kim Mullen, DC
- The high school examination. Author: Bradley Water, DC, DICCP
- Does evidence support the use of performance enhancing supplements in youth sports? A qualitative review of the literature and policy. Authors: Mike Perko, DC, PhD, CHES, FAAHE, Marion Willard Evan Jr., DC, PhD, CHES and Ronald Williams, Jr., PhD, CHES.
- Return to play considerations in an 11-year-old boy following a football injury. Authors: Mark T. Pfefer, RN, MS, DC, Stephen R. Coller, DC and Samuel L. Yoder.
- Driven to win:recognizing over-competitive behavior in pediatric patients. Author: Elizabeth Anderson-Peacock, DC, DICCP
- Case #1: Pre-adolescent gymnast with Sever's disease. Presenter: Kristen E. Winters, DPM; Discussants: Joanna Schultz, DC, CCSP, DICCP, Catherine Vallone, BS Ed
- Case #2. Adolescent pitcher with elbow pain. Presenter: Theresa Pirraglia, DC. Discussants: Richard N. Weinstein, MD, MBA, Courtney A. Hoffman, MA, ATC and Theresa Pirraglia, DC
- Case #3. Two-year-old twins with Pes Planus. Presenter: Robert E. Marra, DPM, ASPS. Discussants: Tracy Barnes, DC, DICCP CKTI, Karen Peck, BS Ed, CTRS, Laura Hanson, DC, DICCP, NDT.
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