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Foot and Ankle Sports Orthopaedics


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Clinical Anatomy.- Biomechanical Principles of Foot and Ankle.- Overview and Epidemiology of Foot and Ankle Problems in Sports.- Clinical Examination .- Sports Medicine of the Foot & Ankle, the Role of Imaging .- Biomechanical Functional Imaging.- Imaging by Arthroscopy.- Management of Injured Athletes at the Field.- Sports and Osteoarthritis.- Sports in Children and Young Age.- Sports in Seniors.- Sports in Disabled and Handicapped People.- Orthobiologics in Foot & Ankle.- Rehabilitation, Back to Sports and Competition.- Acute Fractures (lower leg, ankle, hindfoot, midfoot, forefoot).- Acute Ankle Osteochondral and Chondral Lesions.-Stress Fractures of the Foot and Ankle.-Compartment Syndromes (acute and chronic).- Shin Splints.- Achilles Tendon .- Plantar Fasciitis in Sport.- Exostosis (Osteochondrosis, Apophysites, and Haglund's Deformity).- Posterior Tibial Tendon Lesions and Insufficiency.- Peroneal Tendons.- Anterior Tibial Tendon Lesion.- Flexor Hallucis Longus Tendon.- Acute Ankle Instability/Ankle Sprains in Athletes.- Chronic Ankle Instability.- Acute and Chronic Syndesmotic Injuries.- Acute and Chronic Subtalar, Chopart- and Lisfranc Instability.- Chronic Ankle Osteochondral and Chondral Lesions.- Anterior and Posterior Ankle Impingement.- Ankle Osteoarthritis.- Subtalar, Chopart, and Lisfranc Joint Degeneration.- Coalition and Sports.- Hallux Valgus and Hallux Rigidus in Sports.- Sesamoid and Capsule Lesions of the First Metatarsophalangeal Joint.- Metatarsophalangeal Problems II-V.- Forefoot Sports Injuries.- Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome in Sport.- Nerve Entrapments.- Morton's Neuroma in Sports.- Soft Tissue Management in the Foot and Ankle .- Foot and Ankle Injuries in Aerobic and Fitness Sports.- American Football.- Athletic Injuries.- Foot and Ankle Problems in Basketball.- Rock Climbing.- Foot and Ankle Problems in Cycling.- Dance Injuries / Ballet.- Equestrian Sports.- Football / Soccer.- Floorball.- Golf.- Foot and Ankle Injuries in Gymnastics.- Handball.- Hiking, Mountaineering, Canyoning.- Ice Hockey.- Inline and Roller Skating.- Foot and Ankle Injuries in Martial Arts.- Motorsports.- Orienteering.- Foot and Ankle Injuries in Rugby.- Running .- Injuries in Alpine Sports with Focus on Foot and Ankle Trauma.- Surfing - Board, Wind, Kite.- Swimming / Aquatics.- Foot and Ankle Problems in Snowboarding.- Tennis and Racquet Sports.- Volleyball.- Foot and Ankle Injuries in Water Sports.

About the Author

Professor Valderrabano performed his medical studies in Zurich, Switzerland. He received his MD degree for the experimental work "Structural Adaptations of the Pars Convoluta of the Distal Tubulus of the Mouse Nephron under Thiazide Treatment" at the Institute of Anatomy in Zurich. He then completed his residency in Orthopaedics & Traumatology with achievement of the "Swiss Medical Degree for Orthopaedics and Traumatology". Subsequently, he performed his curriculum in Sports Medicine with achievement of the "Swiss Federal Sports Medicine Medical Degree" in 2005. Professor Valderrabano obtained his Ph.D. (Dr. phil.) in Biomechanics at the Human Performance Laboratory at the University of Calgary in Canada in 2009. From 2009 to 2014 he was elected as Chairman and Director of the Orthopaedic Department at the University Hospital of Basel, Basel, Switzerland. He is currently Chairman of the SWISS ORTHO CENTER in Basel and Professor for Orthopaedics and Trauma Surgery at the University of Basel in Switzerland. Professor Valderrabano is author of numerous scientific papers and was honoured by several international scientific and clinical awards.

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