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Sport and Exercise Science

Professional and semiprofessional sports as well as excessive amateur exercise inevitably lead to some degree of musculoskeletal injury once in a sportsman's career. Some injuries are represented as chronic injuries, which can result in irreversible long-term tissue changes and deformities. The subject of this book is to represent the up-to-date knowledge about etiology, pathogenesis, diagnosis, management, and prevention of chronic injuries or sport-related long-term changes in locomotor system.

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Sport and Exercise ScienceEdited by Matjaz Merc

Published: February 7th 2018

DOI: 10.5772/intechopen.69756

ISBN: 978-953-51-3795-5

Print ISBN: 978-953-51-3794-8

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1. Biology of Stress and Physical Performance

By Jorge A. Sanhueza Silva, Carlos Bahamondes-Avila, Claudio Hernández-Mosqueira and Luis A. Salazar Navarrete

158

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2. Biokinetics: A South African Health Profession Evolving from Physical Education and Sport

By Terry Jeremy Ellapen, Gert Lukas Strydom, Mariette Swanepoel, Henriette Hammill and Yvonne Paul

134

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3. Diagnosis of Motor Habits during Backward Fall with Usage of Rotating Training Simulator

By Andrzej Mroczkowski and Dariusz Mosler

149

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4. The Missing Science: Ethics in Practice

By Sharon Kay Stoll, Heather Van Mullem, Peter Van Mullem and Jennifer M. Beller

104

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5. Overuse Injuries in Professional Ballet

By Francisco J. Sobrino and Pedro Guillen

129

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6. Sports Concussion: A Clinical Overview

By Andrew J. Gardner

147

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