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Editors: Dilip R. Patel and Donald E. Greydanus (Michigan State Univ. College of Medicine, Kalamazoo Center for Medical Studies, Kalamazoo, MI) Hatim Omar, Kentucky Children's Hospital, Univ. of Kentucky College of Medicine) and Joav Merrick , Ministry of Social
Book Description:
Sports participation by adolescents is considered a rite of passage in Western society. Adolescents participate in sports for many reasons. Most play sports for fun. Other reasons include, personal motivation, enhance fitness, socialization, economic benefits, status symbol, parental or societal pressures, and media influence. Approximately 40 million children and adolescents participate in organized sports in the United States alone and many more worldwide.
Many start at a very young age, as young as three years and specialize in a single sport with intensive participation, spending many hours in practices, games, and travel. In some cases this level of commitment to sports, whether a personal choice or because of societal or parental pressure, can lead to social isolation, burnout, and adverse impact on normal psychosocial development. Sport participation experience can be positive or negative depending up on the motivation, goals, and expectations of the adolescent, his or her parents or other adults in life, and the society at large. Many adolescents quit or are left out of participating in sports. The potential benefits of sport participation by adolescents include improve self-esteem, enhanced personal coping abilities, enhanced social competence, and fostering teamwork and healthy competitiveness. In addition to many psychosocial and developmental benefits of healthy sports participation, it can have life-long positive impact in prevention and control of major diseases that have enormous personal and public health implications. In this book the editors have explored selected topics to exemplify some of the many facets of sport participation by adolescents that have implications for individual and public health.

Table of Contents:
Preface pp. i-x
Introduction

Section One: Youth and Sports

Chapter 1: Psychosocial considerations in youth sports: An American perspective (pp. 1-12)
(Donald E Greydanus and Helen D Pratt)

Chapter 2: Sports doping: Use of drugs and supplements to enhance performance (pp. 13-21)
(Donald E Greydanus and Dilip R Patel)

Chapter 3: Abuse of growth hormone by athletes (pp. 23-31)
(Manmohan Kamboj and Dilip R. Patel)

Chapter 4: Prevention of sudden cardiac death in young athletes: Impact and limitations of preparticipation screening (pp. 33-45)
(Saad A Siddiqui and Dilip R Patel)

Chapter 5: Sport participation by adolescents who have hypertension (pp. 47-54)
(Vimal Master Sankar Raj, Venu Parachuri, Dilip R Patel and Alfonso Torres)

Chapter 6: Back pain in adolescent athletes (pp. 55-65)
(Donald E Greydanus and Dilip R Patel)

Chapter 7: Evaluation and treatment of ankle sprains (pp. 67-73)
(Donald E Greydanus and Dilip R Patel)

Chapter 8: Knee injuries in adolescent athletes (pp. 75-84)
(Dilip R Patel)

Chapter 9: Cricket injuries (pp. 85-90)
(Dilip R Patel)

Chapter 10: Martial arts injuries in youth (pp. 91-97)
(Dilip R Patel)

Chapter 11: Overuse injuries in adolescent athletes (pp. 99-103)
(Dilip R Patel)

Chapter 12: Anterior cruciate ligament injury and lower extremity stress fractures in young female athletes (pp. 105-112)
(Erin C Duchan and Dilip R Patel)

Section Two: Acknowledgements

Chapter 13: About the editors (pp. 115-116)

Chapter 14: About Division of Adolescent Medicine, University of Kentucky (pp. 117-118)

Chapter 15: About Pediatric and Human Development, Michigan (pp. 119-121)

Chapter 16: About the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development in Israel (pp. 123-125)

Chapter 17: About Health and human development book series (pp. 127-128)

Index pp. 129-144

   Series:
      Health and Human Development (Joav Merrick - Series Editor - Medical Director, Ministry of Social Affairs, Jerusalem, Israel)
   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2013- February
   Pages: 154, 7 x 10
   ISBN: 978-1-60876-702-1
   Status: AV
  
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