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Injuries happen. So be prepared. Have the answers. Rely on the guidance of 25 leading sports physicians and therapists. Rely on Sports Injuries Guidebook.
Sports Injuries Guidebook ensures that youll be spending more time in the game than on the sidelines by providing additional coverage on conditioning, body maintenance, and nutrition to keep injuries at bay. Easy-to-find entries include a description of common causes, injury identification cues, explanation of symptoms, full-color anatomical illustrations, treatment options, and a plan for returning to action quickly and safely.
Sports Injuries Guidebook is an authoritative, quick reference, full-color guide provides coverage of over 130 injuries, including:
Whether you are a member of a team or an individual athlete, an elite competitor or a weekend warrior, Sports Injuries Guidebook is ready with the answers you need when your body needs them.
Dr. Robert Gotlin, DO, is the director of orthopaedic and sports rehabilitation in the department of orthopaedic surgery and the coordinator of the musculoskeletal and sports rehabilitation fellowship training program at Beth Israel Medical Center. He is also an assistant professor of physical medicine and rehabilitation at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University.
Gotlin hosts the Dr. Rob Says . . . Sports Health and Fitness Show, which airs every Saturday from 7 to 8 a.m. on 1050 ESPN Radio. He has been a guest host for television's ABC Now, Healthy Living, a daily television program that features breaking medical news and practical health advice. As a consultant, he has served on the medical team with Dr. W. Norman Scott, team physician for the New York Knicks (NBA basketball) and New York Liberty (WNBA basketball), and as physiatric consultant to Dr. Michael Kelly, team physician for the New Jersey Nets (NBA Basketball), and to Dr. Stuart Hershon, team physician for the New York Yankees (MLB baseball). He is also a team physician for U.S. Womens Rugby and the chief medical officer for the JCC Maccabi Games.
Gotlin is board certified by both the American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation and the American Osteopathic Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. He is also the program chairman for the New York State Society of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. Gotlin earned his medical degree from the Southeastern University of the Health Sciences in Miami, Florida, in 1987.