Hot Topics in Sports Medicine features three cutting-edge topics in sports medicine (should hitting be allowed in youth sports; should athletes undergo vitamin D screening and treatment; and should spondylolysis in athletes be braced), each of which is addressed by two highly respected speakers. Following the presentations on a particular topic, an interactive Q & A session with the audience was undertaken. The DVD offers as an insightful resource that is designed to enable sports medicine professionals to reflect on how they practice and advise their patients.
Among the topics covered:
• Hitting a sore spot: should contact be allowed in youth sports? (Bob Kiningham)
• Hitting a sore spot: should contact be allowed in youth sports? (Stanley A. Herring)
• Help or harm? â€œproâ€ case for vitamin D screening & treatment in athletes (Suzanne Hecht)
• Vitamin D: â€œconâ€ case for screening and treating (Karim Khan)
• Spondylolysis: to brace or not to brace (Stephen M. Simons)
• Spondylolysis : to brace or not to brace (Stanley A. Herring)