BeschreibungProfessionals and students interested in understanding the physiological mechanisms of skeletal muscle damage and repair will welcome this uniquely comprehensive text. Presenting both research-based information and applied clinical topics, Skeletal Muscle Damage and Repair assists readers in understanding the interrelationships of basic physiology, specific populations, and practical treatments for muscle injury and damage.
InhaltsverzeichnisChapter 1. Physiology and Mechanisms of Skeletal Muscle Damage; Chapter 2. Human and Animal Experimental Muscle Injury Models; Chapter 3. Histological, Chemical, and Functional Manifestations of Muscle Damage; Chapter 4. Leukocytes and Inflammatory Mediators in Inflammatory Responses; Chapter 5. Muscle Soreness, Muscle Damage, and the Repeat Bout Effect; Chapter 6. Satellite Cells and Muscle Repair; Chapter 7. Omics in Muscle Damage Research; Chapter 8. Changes With Aging; Chapter 9. Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy; Chapter 10. Estrogen and Gender Effects; Chapter 11. Diabetes; Chapter 12. Workplace and Other Overuse Injuries; Chapter 13. Muscle Function During Human Gait; Chapter 14. Over-training Injuries in Athletic Populations; Chapter 15. Inter-Subject Variability in Developing Exertional Muscle Damage; Chapter 16. Massage Therapy; Chapter 17. Ultrasound; Chapter 18. Physical therapy and Related interventions; Chapter 19. Antioxidant Supplementation; Chapter 20. Treatment of Myofascial Trigger Points.; Chapter 21. Hyperbaric Oxygen and Drug Therapies.
PortraitPeter M. Tiidus is Professor of exercise physiology and department chair of kinesiology and PE at Wilfrid Laurier University. Tiidus has over 60 publications and over 80 invited lectures and conference presentations to his name primarily dealing with research into the physiological mechanisms of and practical interventions in muscle damage and repair.
Untertitel: 87 illustrations, 33 photos. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: Human Kinetics
Erscheinungsdatum: April 2008