Lower Extremity Injury Evaluation CDROM and Lab Manual 1st Edition
Dr. Douglas Mann | Colleen A. Grugan
ISBN-13: 9781435499263 | ISBN-10: 1435499263
© 2011 | Published |  128  Pages

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The LOWER EXTREMITY INJURY EVALUATION CD-ROM and Lab Manual package is designed to reinforce clinical injury evaluation skills beyond the classroom. Proper injury evaluation requires extensive knowledge and hands-on experience; this interactive CD-ROM provides the student with compelling video of lower extremity evaluation techniques that can be viewed and re-viewed outside of the classroom. Students can begin by performing a self-assessment of their knowledge, sharpen their skills by viewing video clips of injury evaluation techniques, and finish by taking a post-test, and printing out their results.



  • DVD Menu:
    I. Foot and Ankle.
    Pretest Module.
    Video Modules:
    A. Palpations.
    B. Range of Motion.
    C. Manual Muscle Tests.
    D. Ligament and Special Tests.
    Posttest Module.
    II. Knee.
    Pretest Module.
    Video Modules:
    A. Palpations.
    B. Range of Motion.
    C. Manual Muscle Tests.
    D. Ligament and Special Tests.
    Posttest Module.
    III. Hip.
    Pretest Module.
    Video Modules:
    A. Palpations.
    B. Range of Motion.
    C. Manual Muscle Tests.
    D. Ligament and Special Tests.
    Posttest Module.

    • CD-ROM features high-quality video of certified athletic trainers performing lower extremity palpations, range of motion, manual muscle tests, and ligament and special tests in a step-by-step fashion.
    • CD-ROM features interactive certification exam-style multiple choice questions with image labeling and clickable image identification, and critical thinking case study questions.
    • The pretest module provides immediate right and wrong answer feedback for self-study; posttest module records and prints scores.
    • Lab manual features additional exercises, review, and skill assessments.
    • Full-color presentation with photos/illustrations of anatomy.
    • I think that the opportunity to review skills through various media will be invaluable to students. It will be convenient to their "electronic" lives, schedules, and individual needs. In addition, simply because it is electronic, students may be more apt to use it, which means more time interacting with the subject matter.- Diane Bartholomew, DHSc, ATC Associate Professor and Chair, Division of Health and Movement Science Athletic Training Curriculum Director Graceland University Lamoni, IA

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    • Dr. Douglas Mann received his undergraduate degree from University of Miami (Fla.), his Masters degree from Old Dominion University and a doctorate from Springfield College. He has worked as an athletic trainer at the high school, college, Olympic trial, and professional levels. Dr. Mann currently is an associate professor in the Health and Exercise Science Department at Rowan University. He resides in New Jersey with his wife and two children.

      Colleen Grugan received her undergraduate degree from Rowan University (NJ), and her Masters degree from Georgia Southern University. She has worked at the high school and college levels. Colleen currently serves as the Assistant Athletic Trainer at her alma mater, Rowan University. She also serves as an adjunct professor in Rowan's Health and Exercise Science Department, teaching several of the Athletic Training Education laboratories.