Pediatric Sports Medicine: Essentials for Office Evaluation

Chris Koutures, MD FAAP ; Valarie Wong, MD FAAP

  • $88.95
  • ISBN 10 1-61711-0523
  • ISBN 13 978-1-61711-052-8
  • 336 pp Soft Cover
  • Pub. Date: 2014
  • Order# 70528
Pediatric Sports Medicine: Essentials for Office Evaluation is a clinically relevant reference presented in a question-and-answer format designed to be a primary resource for all pediatric providers and health care professionals who work closely with children or young adults with sports related injuries.

Dr. Chris Koutures and Dr. Valarie Wong explore the topics most commonly asked pertaining to pediatric sports medicine, in a casual, yet informative manner. The unique format of this cutting-edge book provides a rapid reference and “quick look-up” for today’s busy practitioner.

Pediatric Sports Medicine: Essentials for Office Evaluation includes unique chapters such as key sports medical terms and phrases, how to take a sports medicine history, what imaging studies to order, and how to determine safe return to play for many medical and musculoskeletal concerns.

Additional features include:
• Information on pediatric sports medicine rehabilitation
• Tips on specialty referral
• Generous use of tables and figures
• Pictures of labeled images and radiographs that highlight key landmarks and points of emphasis

With contributions from many of the experts in the field, Pediatric Sports Medicine: Essentials for Office Evaluation is an easy-to-read resource for any medical practitioner, including physicians, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, residents, medical students, physical therapists, and athletic trainers, and many more, seeking to quickly expand their knowledge of pediatric sports medicine.

Dedication 
Acknowledgments 
About the Editors
Contributing Authors 
Foreword by Greg Landry, MD 
Introduction

Section I General Information 
Chapter 1 Sports Lingo: Musculoskeletal Terms 
Andrew J.M. Gregory, MD, FAAP, FACSM
Chapter 2 Sports Lingo: Activities, Positions, and General Sports Terms 
Valarie Wong, MD, FAAP
Chapter 3 Preparticipation Physical Evaluation 
Paul D. Brydon, DO; David Wang, MD; and Kenneth S. Taylor, MD
Chapter 4 Injury Prevention Guidelines 
Emanuel Elias, MD and David Kruse, MD
Chapter 5 Sports Nutrition and Hydration 
Kyle B. Nagle, MD, MPH and David T. Bernhardt, MD
Chapter 6 Supplements and Performance-Enhancing Agents 
David V. Smith, MD, FAAP and Joel S. Brenner, MD, MPH, FAAP                                                                           

Section II Medical Issues 
Chapter 7 Acute Illness 
Megan Groh Miller, MD and Rob Monaco, MD
Chapter 8 Respiratory and Chest Issues 
Byron Patterson, MD and Valarie Wong, MD, FAAP
Chapter 9 Cardiac Concerns 
Kirk Mulgrew, MD and Chris Koutures, MD, FAAP
Chapter 10 Environmental Factors: Heat, Cold, Altitude, Humidity, and Anaphylaxis 
Nate Waibel, MD and William O. Roberts, MD, MS, FACSM
Chapter 11 Headache and Migraine Issues 
Terra Blatnik, MD, FAAP and Susannah Briskin, MD, FAAP
Chapter 12 Gastrointestinal and Abdominal Issues 
Michele LaBotz, MD, FAAP, CAQSM
Chapter 13 Hematology and Oncology Issues 
Katherine M. Fox, MD and Holly J. Benjamin, MD, FAAP, FACSM
Chapter 14 Rheumatology Issues 
Jeremy Ng, MD and Matthew Grady, MD, FAAP
Chapter 15 Diabetes Issues 
David Wang, MD; Suriti Kundu Achar, MD; and Suraj Achar, MD, FAAFP
Chapter 16 Skin Issues 
Mark Halstead, MD
Chapter 17 Female Athlete Concerns 
Kate E. Berz, DO and Teri M. McCambridge, MD, FAAP
Chapter 18 Athletes With Special Needs 
Charmaine Sekona, MD and Valarie Wong, MD, FAAP
Chapter 19 Concerns Among Obese and Overweight Athletes 
Emelynn J. Fajardo, DO; Yasmin D. Deliz, DO; and Stephen G. Rice, MD, PhD, MPH, FAAP, FACSM
Chapter 20 General Radiology Imaging and Laboratory Testing: What to Order and When 
Mohammed Mortazavi, MD and Quynh B. Hoang, MD

Section III Musculoskeletal Issues 
Chapter 21 How to Take a Sports Medicine History 
Kelly Chain, MD and Chris Koutures, MD, FAAP
Chapter 22 Physical Examination Organization and Basics 
Chris Koutures, MD, FAAP
Chapter 23 Sideline Management Pearls 
Tracy L. Zaslow, MD, FAAP, CAQSM
Chapter 24 General Response to the Acute Injury
Anthony Saglimbeni, MD and Neesheet Parikh, DO
Chapter 25 Head and Facial Injuries 
Mary M. Hung, DO, MS and Valarie Wong, MD, FAAP
Chapter 26 Concussions 
Phuong N. Huynh, MD and Amanda Weiss Kelly, MD
Chapter 27 Neck Pain and Cervical Spine Issues 
Kentaro Onishi, DO and David Kruse, MD
Chapter 28 Acute Shoulder Injuries 
John A. Schlechter, DO
Chapter 29 Chronic and Overuse Shoulder Injuries 
John A. Schlechter, DO
Chapter 30 Elbow Injuries 
Greg Landry, MD
Chapter 31 Wrist and Forearm Pain 
Joel S. Brenner, MD, MPH, FAAP and David V. Smith, MD, FAAP
Chapter 32 Hand and Finger Injuries 
Philip J. Cohen, MD
Chapter 33 Thoracic and Lumbar Spine Injuries and Sacroiliac Region Pain 
David Olson, MD; Austin Krohn, MD; and Robby S. Sikka, MD
Chapter 34 Hip Pain 
Tracy L. Zaslow, MD, FAAP, CAQSM
Chapter 35 Groin and Buttock Pain 
Christopher Lynch, MD and Chris Koutures, MD, FAAP
Chapter 36 Upper Leg Concerns 
T.J. Howell, MD and Valarie Wong, MD, FAAP
Chapter 37 Acute Knee Injuries 
Chris Koutures, MD, FAAP
Chapter 38 Chronic and Overuse Knee Injuries 
Rebecca A. Demorest, MD, FAAP
Chapter 39 Shin and Lower Leg Pain 
Jeremy Ng, MD and Matthew Grady, MD, FAAP
Chapter 40 Ankle and Heel Pain
Tho Brian Hang, MD and Cynthia R. LaBella, MD
Chapter 41 Foot Pain 
Paul R. Stricker, MD, FAAP
Chapter 42 How to Guide Return to Play 
Kenton H. Fibel, MD; Miriam G.S. Reece, MD, CAQSM; and
Kenneth S. Taylor, MD
Chapter 43 The ABCs of Bracing and Taping 
Monique S. Burton, MD
Chapter 44 Knowing Your Sports Medicine Resources
Alysha Taxter, MD and Teri M. McCambridge, MD, FAAP

Financial Disclosures 
Index

“If you are looking for a quick and handy guide to sports medicine to service you in your practice with children, this is a great one to have on your desk. It delivers information accurately and succinctly, and will help guide your decision-making process.” 

            - Robb Duncanson, MEd, ATC, CSCS, Doody’s Review Service

Chris Koutures, MD, FAAP is American Board of Pediatrics certified in both pediatrics and sports medicine and practices both specialties at Gladstien & Koutures in Anaheim Hills, California. He received an undergraduate degree in kinesiology at the University of California, Los Angeles before finishing both medical school and his pediatric residency at the University of Wisconsin. He then completed a sports medicine fellowship with the University of California, San Diego. He is the medical team physician for the USA Volleyball Men’s and Women’s National Teams and attended the 2008 Beijing Olympics. He is also the team physician for California State University, Fullerton Intercollegiate Athletics, Orange Lutheran High School, and Chapman University Dance Department. He recently completed a 6-year elected term on the Executive Committee of the American Academy of Pediatrics Council on Sports Medicine and Fitness. Dr. Koutures regularly mentors and teaches pediatric residents, medical students, and athletic training students along with speaking at regional and national conferences on sports medicine topics.

Valarie Wong, MD, FAAP is currently an assistant professor at Loma Linda University in Southern California. Her practice consists of both sports medicine as well as general pediatric patients. Dr. Wong is American Board of Pediatrics certified in pediatrics and sports medicine. She completed her sports medicine fellowship at Jersey Shore Medical Center and Rutgers University. Dr. Wong received her medical degree from Baylor College of Medicine and finished her pediatric residency at the University of California, Los Angeles. She obtained her undergraduate degree in biochemistry and cell biology at the University of California, San Diego. Along with teaching medical students, residents, nursing and physical therapy students, she has been the team physician for the Inland 66er’s, a minor league baseball team in San Bernardino, for many years. Dr. Wong also provides medical coverage for local community sports events.