Published in July 2013 by Springer Verlag (860p, 450 drawings), the book “Acute and Chronic Finger Injuries in Ball Sports” is available on Amazon.com
Hand and wrist Injuries associated with playing a ball sport: their causes, symptoms, prevention methods and treatments.
Your doctor prescribed you an electroneuromyogram. In order for you to follow the different stages without any surprises, here are some explanations.
Despite meticulous care and precaution accidents do happen in approximately 5 athletes every 1000 hours of tennis playing time.
The “skier’s thumb” is an attack on the internal lateral ligament of the thumb. This usually occurs during a sudden spread of the thumb outwards. In winter sports, this lesion is particularly frequent: