Encyclopedia of Football Medicine, Vol.3 : Protecting the Player.

By: Meyer, Tim
Contributor(s): Beasley, Ian | Bahtijarevic, Zoran | Dupont, Greg | Earl, Mike | Ekstrand, Jan | Maughan, Ron
Publisher: NEW YORK : Thieme Medical Publishers, Incorporated, 2017Copyright date: ©2017Edition: 1st edDescription: 1 online resource (142 pages)Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783132203716Subject(s): Sports injuriesGenre/Form: Electronic books. Additional physical formats: Print version:: Encyclopedia of Football Medicine, Vol.3 : Protecting the PlayerDDC classification: 617.10270000000003 LOC classification: RD97.E539 2017Online resources: Click to View
Contents:
Encyclopedia of Football Medicine: Volume 3: Protecting the Player -- Title Page -- Copyright -- Contents -- Foreword -- Preface -- 1 Injury Prevention -- 1.1 Why Injury Prevention? -- 1.2 Is It Possible to Prevent Injuries? -- 1.3 A Model of Prevention -- 1.4 Evaluating Risk Factors -- 1.4.1 Player Factors (Intrinsic Factors) -- 1.4.2 Load Factors (Extrinsic Factors) -- 1.4.3 Club Factors (Extrinsic Factors) -- 1.4.4 Rule Factors (Extrinsic Factors) -- 1.4.5 Who Is in Control of Injury Risk Factors? -- 1.4.6 Methods Designed to Address Player Factors -- 1.4.7 Methods Designed to Address Load Factors -- 1.4.8 Methods Designed to Address Team Factors -- 1.4.9 Methods Designed to Address Rules and Equipment Factors -- 1.5 Are We Successful in Keeping the Players on the Pitch? -- 1.6 Conclusions -- 2 Rehabilitation in Football Medicine -- 2.1 Introduction -- 2.2 The Football Medicine Department and Rehabilitation -- 2.3 Where Do You Start When You Want to Deliver Effective Football Rehabilitation? -- 2.4 Your Resources -- 2.4.1 Human Resources: A Team's Greatest Resource -- 2.4.2 Support Human Resources -- 2.5 Equipment and Facilities -- 2.5.1 What Resources Do You Have, and What Do You Need? -- 2.6 Developing Your Treatment Options Framework -- 2.7 Planning -- 2.7.1 Daily Planning -- 2.8 Prognosis -- 2.9 Results and Audit -- 2.10 Diagnosis -- 2.11 Documenting the Injury -- 2.11.1 Injury Cards -- 2.12 An Injury, from Day 1 -- 2.12.1 An Injury Occurs in a Match -- 2.12.2 The Day after the Injury the Player Comes in to Be Reassessed -- 2.12.3 The Diagnosis of the Injury Has Been Established and the Rehabilitation Process Can Begin -- 2.12.4 The Acute Phase of the Injury Is Now Passed and It Is Time to Start a Functional Progression -- 2.13 Planning Your Content -- 2.13.1 How to Start -- 2.13.2 Where Do You Finish? -- 2.14 Drill Design Variables.
2.14.1 Movement -- 2.14.2 Intensity -- 2.14.3 Time/Volume -- 2.14.4 Working Space/Distance -- 2.14.5 Reaction and Predictability -- 2.14.6 Drill Complexity -- 2.15 Communication -- 2.16 Observation and Demonstration -- 2.17 Summary -- 3 Psychology -- 3.1 Introduction -- 3.2 Components of Peak Performance in Football -- 3.2.1 Culture of Excellence in the Football Organization: A Fundamental Factor for Peak Performance -- 3.2.2 Culture of Success in a Football Team -- 3.2.3 Individual Psychological Components for Peak Performance and Well-Being -- 3.2.4 General Working Areas for Sport Psychologists -- 3.3 Psychological Demands of the Game -- 3.4 Psychology of Injuries -- 3.4.1 Psychological Antecedents of Sport Injury -- 3.4.2 Injury Rehabilitation -- 3.4.3 Educational Interventions -- 3.4.4 Goal Setting -- 3.4.5 Imagery -- 4 Football Nutrition -- 4.1 Nutrition Goals and Eating Strategies -- 4.1.1 Nutritional Assessment -- 4.2 Energy and Macronutrients for Training and Match Play -- 4.2.1 Energy and Body Fat -- 4.2.2 Carbohydrate -- 4.2.3 Protein -- 4.2.4 Timing of Intake -- 4.3 Hydration Strategies -- 4.3.1 How Much and When to Drink -- 4.3.2 Caffeine -- 4.3.3 How to Estimate Sweating Rate -- 4.3.4 Rehydration after Exercise -- 4.3.5 Alcohol -- 4.3.6 Vitamins, Minerals, and Micronutrients -- 4.3.7 Supplements -- 4.3.8 The Pregame Meal -- 4.3.9 Regulations and Guidelines Relating to Matches Played in Extreme Temperatures -- 4.4 Special Needs When Playing Away/Traveling -- 4.5 Special Environmental Challenges -- 4.6 Cultural and Regional Issues -- 4.7 Role of the Player, Support Staff, and Club -- 5 Fatigue and Recovery in Football -- 5.1 Introduction -- 5.2 Fatigue -- 5.2.1 What Is Fatigue in Football? -- 5.2.2 What Are the Mechanisms Involved in Fatigue? -- 5.2.3 How to Monitor Fatigue -- 5.3 Recovery -- 5.3.1 Nutrition and Hydration -- 5.3.2 Sleep.
5.3.3 Cold-Water Immersion -- 5.3.4 Compression Garments -- 5.4 Conclusion -- 6 Nutritional Supplements -- 6.1 Introduction -- 6.2 Considerations for the Player -- 6.3 When Supplements May Be Useful -- 6.4 Supplements That May Be Effective -- 6.4.1 Creatine -- 6.4.2 Caffeine -- 6.4.3 Bicarbonate -- 6.4.4 β-Alanine -- 6.4.5 Nitrates -- 6.5 World Anti-Doping Agency and the Prohibited List -- 6.6 Potential Health Risks -- 6.7 Supplements and Contamination -- 6.8 Supplements and Anti-Doping Rule Violations (ADRV) -- 6.9 Regulation and Risk Reduction Strategies -- 6.10 Foods and Doping Risks -- 6.11 Other Risks -- 7 Anti-Doping -- 7.1 Introduction -- 7.2 Rules and Regulations -- 7.3 Organization of the International Anti-Doping Network -- 7.4 Types of ADRV -- 7.4.1 Presence of a Prohibited Substance or Its Metabolites or Markers in an Athlete's Sample -- 7.4.2 Use or Attempted Use by an Athlete of a Prohibited Substance or a Prohibited Method -- 7.4.3 Evading, Refusing, or Failing to Submit to Sample Collection -- 7.4.4 Whereabouts Failures -- 7.4.5 Tampering or Attempted Tampering with Any Part of Doping Control -- 7.4.6 Possession of a Prohibited Substance or a Prohibited Method -- 7.4.7 Trafficking or Attempted Trafficking in Any Prohibited Substance or Prohibited Method -- 7.4.8 Administration or Attempted Administration to Any Athlete In-Competition of Any Prohibited Substance or Prohibited Method, or Administration or Attempted Administration to Any Athlete Out-of-Competition of Any Prohibited Substance or Any Prohibited Method That Is Prohibited Out of Competition -- 7.4.9 Complicity -- 7.4.10 Prohibited Association -- 7.4.11 Consequences for Team Sports -- 7.5 List of Prohibited Substances and Methods -- 7.5.1 Inclusion Criteria -- 7.5.2 Defining In- and Out-of-Competition -- 7.5.3 Treatment Routes -- 7.5.4 Checking Prohibited Status.
7.5.5 Traveling Abroad -- 7.6 Procedures for Therapeutic Use Exemption (TUE) Approval -- 7.6.1 Preparing an Application -- 7.6.2 Submitting a TUE Application to the Correct Organization -- 7.6.3 Review of Evidence -- 7.6.4 General Advice for Doctors on TUE Management -- 7.7 Anti-Doping Organizations' Testing Authority -- 7.8 Whereabouts Management -- 7.8.1 Minimizing Risk -- 7.8.2 National Teams -- 7.9 Doping Control Procedures -- 7.9.1 Compliance with Requests for Doping Control -- 7.9.2 Managing Players -- 7.9.3 The Key Stages of the Doping Control Process -- 7.9.4 Points for the Doctor to Consider during the Doping Control Process -- 7.10 Other Special Considerations with Regards to Anti-Doping Procedures -- 7.10.1 Managing an ADRV -- 7.10.2 Anti-Doping and Minors -- 7.10.3 Cooperation between Club Doctor and National Team Doctor -- 7.10.4 Managing a Player's Medical Network -- 7.11 Summary -- 8 Match and Tournament Preparation -- 8.1 Introduction -- 8.2 The National Team Doctor (Medical Officer) -- 8.3 General Issues -- 8.3.1 Planning Meetings -- 8.3.2 Club Visits and Contacts for the National Team Doctor -- 8.3.3 Roles and Responsibilities -- 8.3.4 Emergency Action Plans -- 8.3.5 Knowledge of Any Current Medical Issues in the Traveling Party -- 8.3.6 Travel -- 8.3.7 Hotels -- 8.3.8 Training Venue -- 8.3.9 Stadium -- 8.3.10 Local Emergency Service Provision -- 8.3.11 Player Health and Immunization Status -- 8.4 Co-Ordination of Precompetition Medical Examination/Screening -- 8.5 Selection Criteria -- 8.6 Acclimatization -- 8.7 Planning a Preparation Camp -- 8.7.1 Facilities at Venues -- 8.7.2 Arrival at Venue -- 8.7.3 After the Get-Together -- 8.8 Medical Considerations -- 8.8.1 Medical Service Requirements -- 8.8.2 Staff Training -- 8.8.3 Indemnity -- 8.8.4 Drugs -- 8.8.5 Resuscitation and First Aid Equipment -- 8.8.6 At the Stadium.
8.8.7 Debrief -- 9 Precompetition and Pretransfer Medical Screening -- 9.1 Introduction -- 9.2 Evaluating Statistical Issues Related to Examinations -- 9.3 Recommendations from Medical Societies -- 9.4 Examinations during Pre-Competition Eligibility Screening -- 9.4.1 Types of Examination and Review of Results -- 9.5 Examinations during Pretransfer Screening -- 9.5.1 Common Problems with Eligibility Declarations -- Appendix 1: The Drill Framework -- A1.1 Introduction -- A1.2 Framework Diagram -- A1.2.1 Diagram Key -- A1.2.2 Basic Equipment Requirements -- A1.2.3 The Warm-Up -- A1.2.4 Light Multidirectional Movements -- A1.2.5 Light Ball Work -- A1.2.6 Multidirectional Circuits -- A1.2.7 Multidirectional Circuit with the Ball -- A1.2.8 Passing and Kicking -- A1.2.9 Basic Strength, Power, and Proprioceptive Exercises -- A1.2.10 Reaction: Four Poles -- A1.2.11 Speed, Agility, and Quickness -- A1.2.12 Acceleration and Deceleration -- A1.2.13 Combination Drill -- A1.2.14 Runs -- A1.2.15 Position-Specific Drills -- A1.2.16 Games -- A1.3 Your Framework -- Index.
Summary: Authored by renowned UEFA specialists in the medical care of football players, this three-volume series-sourced from the course materials used in UEFA's Doctor Education Program-aims to familiarize clinicians with a structured system of assessment and care in dealing with the wide variety of injuries that can afflict the professional footballer. Volume 3 covers a range of multidisciplinary topics that aim to ensure that players can compete safely and maintain peak fitness and performance, while preventing disabling injuries insofar as possible. Key Topics of Volume 3: Nutritional supplements Doping Prescreening of players Psychological and other risk factors Head injuries and concussion: screening, diagnosis, management Injury prevention and rehabilitation Practical help in providing medical service at matches The Encyclopedia of Football Medicine will be essential reading for physicians working for football teams, orthopaedists, sports medicine physicians, and specialised physical therapists.
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Encyclopedia of Football Medicine: Volume 3: Protecting the Player -- Title Page -- Copyright -- Contents -- Foreword -- Preface -- 1 Injury Prevention -- 1.1 Why Injury Prevention? -- 1.2 Is It Possible to Prevent Injuries? -- 1.3 A Model of Prevention -- 1.4 Evaluating Risk Factors -- 1.4.1 Player Factors (Intrinsic Factors) -- 1.4.2 Load Factors (Extrinsic Factors) -- 1.4.3 Club Factors (Extrinsic Factors) -- 1.4.4 Rule Factors (Extrinsic Factors) -- 1.4.5 Who Is in Control of Injury Risk Factors? -- 1.4.6 Methods Designed to Address Player Factors -- 1.4.7 Methods Designed to Address Load Factors -- 1.4.8 Methods Designed to Address Team Factors -- 1.4.9 Methods Designed to Address Rules and Equipment Factors -- 1.5 Are We Successful in Keeping the Players on the Pitch? -- 1.6 Conclusions -- 2 Rehabilitation in Football Medicine -- 2.1 Introduction -- 2.2 The Football Medicine Department and Rehabilitation -- 2.3 Where Do You Start When You Want to Deliver Effective Football Rehabilitation? -- 2.4 Your Resources -- 2.4.1 Human Resources: A Team's Greatest Resource -- 2.4.2 Support Human Resources -- 2.5 Equipment and Facilities -- 2.5.1 What Resources Do You Have, and What Do You Need? -- 2.6 Developing Your Treatment Options Framework -- 2.7 Planning -- 2.7.1 Daily Planning -- 2.8 Prognosis -- 2.9 Results and Audit -- 2.10 Diagnosis -- 2.11 Documenting the Injury -- 2.11.1 Injury Cards -- 2.12 An Injury, from Day 1 -- 2.12.1 An Injury Occurs in a Match -- 2.12.2 The Day after the Injury the Player Comes in to Be Reassessed -- 2.12.3 The Diagnosis of the Injury Has Been Established and the Rehabilitation Process Can Begin -- 2.12.4 The Acute Phase of the Injury Is Now Passed and It Is Time to Start a Functional Progression -- 2.13 Planning Your Content -- 2.13.1 How to Start -- 2.13.2 Where Do You Finish? -- 2.14 Drill Design Variables.

2.14.1 Movement -- 2.14.2 Intensity -- 2.14.3 Time/Volume -- 2.14.4 Working Space/Distance -- 2.14.5 Reaction and Predictability -- 2.14.6 Drill Complexity -- 2.15 Communication -- 2.16 Observation and Demonstration -- 2.17 Summary -- 3 Psychology -- 3.1 Introduction -- 3.2 Components of Peak Performance in Football -- 3.2.1 Culture of Excellence in the Football Organization: A Fundamental Factor for Peak Performance -- 3.2.2 Culture of Success in a Football Team -- 3.2.3 Individual Psychological Components for Peak Performance and Well-Being -- 3.2.4 General Working Areas for Sport Psychologists -- 3.3 Psychological Demands of the Game -- 3.4 Psychology of Injuries -- 3.4.1 Psychological Antecedents of Sport Injury -- 3.4.2 Injury Rehabilitation -- 3.4.3 Educational Interventions -- 3.4.4 Goal Setting -- 3.4.5 Imagery -- 4 Football Nutrition -- 4.1 Nutrition Goals and Eating Strategies -- 4.1.1 Nutritional Assessment -- 4.2 Energy and Macronutrients for Training and Match Play -- 4.2.1 Energy and Body Fat -- 4.2.2 Carbohydrate -- 4.2.3 Protein -- 4.2.4 Timing of Intake -- 4.3 Hydration Strategies -- 4.3.1 How Much and When to Drink -- 4.3.2 Caffeine -- 4.3.3 How to Estimate Sweating Rate -- 4.3.4 Rehydration after Exercise -- 4.3.5 Alcohol -- 4.3.6 Vitamins, Minerals, and Micronutrients -- 4.3.7 Supplements -- 4.3.8 The Pregame Meal -- 4.3.9 Regulations and Guidelines Relating to Matches Played in Extreme Temperatures -- 4.4 Special Needs When Playing Away/Traveling -- 4.5 Special Environmental Challenges -- 4.6 Cultural and Regional Issues -- 4.7 Role of the Player, Support Staff, and Club -- 5 Fatigue and Recovery in Football -- 5.1 Introduction -- 5.2 Fatigue -- 5.2.1 What Is Fatigue in Football? -- 5.2.2 What Are the Mechanisms Involved in Fatigue? -- 5.2.3 How to Monitor Fatigue -- 5.3 Recovery -- 5.3.1 Nutrition and Hydration -- 5.3.2 Sleep.

5.3.3 Cold-Water Immersion -- 5.3.4 Compression Garments -- 5.4 Conclusion -- 6 Nutritional Supplements -- 6.1 Introduction -- 6.2 Considerations for the Player -- 6.3 When Supplements May Be Useful -- 6.4 Supplements That May Be Effective -- 6.4.1 Creatine -- 6.4.2 Caffeine -- 6.4.3 Bicarbonate -- 6.4.4 β-Alanine -- 6.4.5 Nitrates -- 6.5 World Anti-Doping Agency and the Prohibited List -- 6.6 Potential Health Risks -- 6.7 Supplements and Contamination -- 6.8 Supplements and Anti-Doping Rule Violations (ADRV) -- 6.9 Regulation and Risk Reduction Strategies -- 6.10 Foods and Doping Risks -- 6.11 Other Risks -- 7 Anti-Doping -- 7.1 Introduction -- 7.2 Rules and Regulations -- 7.3 Organization of the International Anti-Doping Network -- 7.4 Types of ADRV -- 7.4.1 Presence of a Prohibited Substance or Its Metabolites or Markers in an Athlete's Sample -- 7.4.2 Use or Attempted Use by an Athlete of a Prohibited Substance or a Prohibited Method -- 7.4.3 Evading, Refusing, or Failing to Submit to Sample Collection -- 7.4.4 Whereabouts Failures -- 7.4.5 Tampering or Attempted Tampering with Any Part of Doping Control -- 7.4.6 Possession of a Prohibited Substance or a Prohibited Method -- 7.4.7 Trafficking or Attempted Trafficking in Any Prohibited Substance or Prohibited Method -- 7.4.8 Administration or Attempted Administration to Any Athlete In-Competition of Any Prohibited Substance or Prohibited Method, or Administration or Attempted Administration to Any Athlete Out-of-Competition of Any Prohibited Substance or Any Prohibited Method That Is Prohibited Out of Competition -- 7.4.9 Complicity -- 7.4.10 Prohibited Association -- 7.4.11 Consequences for Team Sports -- 7.5 List of Prohibited Substances and Methods -- 7.5.1 Inclusion Criteria -- 7.5.2 Defining In- and Out-of-Competition -- 7.5.3 Treatment Routes -- 7.5.4 Checking Prohibited Status.

7.5.5 Traveling Abroad -- 7.6 Procedures for Therapeutic Use Exemption (TUE) Approval -- 7.6.1 Preparing an Application -- 7.6.2 Submitting a TUE Application to the Correct Organization -- 7.6.3 Review of Evidence -- 7.6.4 General Advice for Doctors on TUE Management -- 7.7 Anti-Doping Organizations' Testing Authority -- 7.8 Whereabouts Management -- 7.8.1 Minimizing Risk -- 7.8.2 National Teams -- 7.9 Doping Control Procedures -- 7.9.1 Compliance with Requests for Doping Control -- 7.9.2 Managing Players -- 7.9.3 The Key Stages of the Doping Control Process -- 7.9.4 Points for the Doctor to Consider during the Doping Control Process -- 7.10 Other Special Considerations with Regards to Anti-Doping Procedures -- 7.10.1 Managing an ADRV -- 7.10.2 Anti-Doping and Minors -- 7.10.3 Cooperation between Club Doctor and National Team Doctor -- 7.10.4 Managing a Player's Medical Network -- 7.11 Summary -- 8 Match and Tournament Preparation -- 8.1 Introduction -- 8.2 The National Team Doctor (Medical Officer) -- 8.3 General Issues -- 8.3.1 Planning Meetings -- 8.3.2 Club Visits and Contacts for the National Team Doctor -- 8.3.3 Roles and Responsibilities -- 8.3.4 Emergency Action Plans -- 8.3.5 Knowledge of Any Current Medical Issues in the Traveling Party -- 8.3.6 Travel -- 8.3.7 Hotels -- 8.3.8 Training Venue -- 8.3.9 Stadium -- 8.3.10 Local Emergency Service Provision -- 8.3.11 Player Health and Immunization Status -- 8.4 Co-Ordination of Precompetition Medical Examination/Screening -- 8.5 Selection Criteria -- 8.6 Acclimatization -- 8.7 Planning a Preparation Camp -- 8.7.1 Facilities at Venues -- 8.7.2 Arrival at Venue -- 8.7.3 After the Get-Together -- 8.8 Medical Considerations -- 8.8.1 Medical Service Requirements -- 8.8.2 Staff Training -- 8.8.3 Indemnity -- 8.8.4 Drugs -- 8.8.5 Resuscitation and First Aid Equipment -- 8.8.6 At the Stadium.

8.8.7 Debrief -- 9 Precompetition and Pretransfer Medical Screening -- 9.1 Introduction -- 9.2 Evaluating Statistical Issues Related to Examinations -- 9.3 Recommendations from Medical Societies -- 9.4 Examinations during Pre-Competition Eligibility Screening -- 9.4.1 Types of Examination and Review of Results -- 9.5 Examinations during Pretransfer Screening -- 9.5.1 Common Problems with Eligibility Declarations -- Appendix 1: The Drill Framework -- A1.1 Introduction -- A1.2 Framework Diagram -- A1.2.1 Diagram Key -- A1.2.2 Basic Equipment Requirements -- A1.2.3 The Warm-Up -- A1.2.4 Light Multidirectional Movements -- A1.2.5 Light Ball Work -- A1.2.6 Multidirectional Circuits -- A1.2.7 Multidirectional Circuit with the Ball -- A1.2.8 Passing and Kicking -- A1.2.9 Basic Strength, Power, and Proprioceptive Exercises -- A1.2.10 Reaction: Four Poles -- A1.2.11 Speed, Agility, and Quickness -- A1.2.12 Acceleration and Deceleration -- A1.2.13 Combination Drill -- A1.2.14 Runs -- A1.2.15 Position-Specific Drills -- A1.2.16 Games -- A1.3 Your Framework -- Index.

Authored by renowned UEFA specialists in the medical care of football players, this three-volume series-sourced from the course materials used in UEFA's Doctor Education Program-aims to familiarize clinicians with a structured system of assessment and care in dealing with the wide variety of injuries that can afflict the professional footballer. Volume 3 covers a range of multidisciplinary topics that aim to ensure that players can compete safely and maintain peak fitness and performance, while preventing disabling injuries insofar as possible. Key Topics of Volume 3: Nutritional supplements Doping Prescreening of players Psychological and other risk factors Head injuries and concussion: screening, diagnosis, management Injury prevention and rehabilitation Practical help in providing medical service at matches The Encyclopedia of Football Medicine will be essential reading for physicians working for football teams, orthopaedists, sports medicine physicians, and specialised physical therapists.

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