This book provides accurate descriptions of the injuries responsible for groin pain, which tend to occur in association with particular sports. The approach is multidisciplinary, ensuring that the book will be of broad appeal, and the focus is especially on epidemiology, etiology, and possible treatment options. Throughout, care has been taken to depict the state of the art in this constantly evolving field. A new classification of groin pain syndrome is presented, and the coverage encompasses hip, visceral, tendon/muscle, bone, and neurologic pathology. In addition, guidance is provided in selection of the rehabilitation program that will best meet the patient's needs, taking into account individual circumstances.
Groin pain is among the most prevalent lower limb symptoms. The pain may occur immediately after an injury or develop gradually and is often exacerbated by continued use of the injured area. In presenting the latest knowledge on groin pain syndrome and its management, this book will be of value to a range of practitioners, including sports medicine specialists, primary care providers, urologists, orthopedists, and physiatrists.
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Raul Zini, MD, is Scientific Director of GVM Care and Research, a private medical group with 18 hospitals in Italy, and practices as an orthopedic surgeon in Rome, Bologna, Cotignola, and Civitanova Marche. Dr. Zini is a Professor at the Biomedical Campus University of Rome and President of the Groin Pain Faculty of the Italian Society of Arthroscopy (SIA). He is a past president of the SIA and has been the recipient of the Bellando-Randone Award from SIOT. He is the author of more than 100 scientific papers in Italian and international journals and of seven previous scientific books, including a title on Hip Arthroscopy.
Piero Volpi is an Orthopedic Surgeon and Sports Medicine Specialist and Director of the Knee Surgery and Sport Traumatology Unit at Humanitas Clinical Institute IRCCS, Milan. He played professional football from the beginning of the 1970s until 1985 while maintaining his medical studies. He is now Head of Medical Staff FC Internazionale Milan, Italy, and he is Responsible Physician of the Italian Association of Football Players (AIC). He has also recently been appointed as member of U.E.F.A. Medical Committee. Dr. Volpi is Teaching Professor at the Specialty School of Orthopedics and Traumatology at the University of Milan. He is also Vice-President of Italian Arthroscopy Society (SIA) and member of several national and international scientific societies: Siot, Sigascot, Fmsi, Isakos, Esska, and Eka. He is the author of more than 300 publications and over 600 contributions, including book chapters, articles, and presentations to scientific national and international meetings. He is Editor in Chief of the Journal of Sports Traumatology and Member of Editorial Board of Medicina dello Sport Journal.
Gian Nicola Bisciotti is Physiologist Lead at Aspetar orthopedic and sports medicine hospital. After a sports career that saw him engaged for more than 25 years in Judo, in 1992 he resumed his studies and he graduated in Science and Technology of Sports and Physical Activity at the University Claude Bernard in Lyon where he also achieved the post-graduate in Biology and Physiology of Exercise. Back to Italy, in 1999 he reach the newly-formed University Degree in Sport Science. This was a period of intense University engagement and collaborations with numerous academic institutions and sports federations. Since 1995 he also dedicated to tennis athletic training of professional players, participating to the biggest tournaments in the world. From 1999 to 2009 he worked as Physical Trainer into the Internazionale FC Milan, where he started to be interested in sport rehabilitation. In 2009 he left Inter team and became Physiologist Lead at the Qatar Orthopaedic and Sports Medicine Hospital, FIFA Center of Excellence in Doha. Since 2010 he also covers the role of Physical Trainer into the Algerian National Football Team, with which he participated to the 2010 World Championship in South Africa. He has published over 250 articles of biomechanics, physiology, rehabilitation, and training methodology, many of them included in peer reviewed journals. Furthermore, he he's author of eight book and three multi-media work in the field of functional evaluation and training planning.
1 Classification and Differential Analysis.- 2 Inguinal Region Anatomy .- 3 Physiology and Biomechanics.- 4 Radiologic Diagnosis.- 5 Femoral Acetabular Impingement.- 6 Acetabular Labral Tear.- 7 Instability.- 8 Cartilage Pathology.- 9 Other Cartilaginous Hip Pathology.- 10 Extra-articular Hip Pathology.- 11 Inguinal Pathology.- 12 Sports Hernia.- 13 Urogenital Pathology.- 14 Adductor and Upright Abdominal Tendinopathy.- 15 Iliopsoas Tendinopathy.- 16 Osteitis Pubis and Pubic Symphysis Arthropathy.- 17 Nerve Entrapment Syndrome.- 18 Conservative Rehabilitation Treatment (strength exercises, stretching, strength exercises, physical therapy).- 19 Postsurgical Rehabilitation (FAI - hernioplasty - tendon surgery).- 20 Groin Pain Syndrome: A Final Assessment of the State of the Art.
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