Apply evidence-based rehabilitation protocols to common sports conditions like ACL and meniscus injuries and post-surgical rehabilitation for the knee, hip, and shoulder.See how to perform perturbation techniques for ACL rehabilitation, ACL functional tests and return-to-play criteria after reconstruction, analysis of running gait to prevent and treat running injury, and more with videos online at www.expertconsult.com.
Use the expert practices described in Tendinopathy and Hip Labral Injuries, part of the expanded "Special Topics" section, to help patients realize quicker recovery times.
Visualize physical examination and rehabilitation techniques with the extensively revised art program that presents 750 figures and illustrations.
With a series of cunningly extracted lines from his best-loved plays and sonnets, hilariously illustrated in a simple, almost child-like style, James Andrews proves once again that Shakespeare—expert on love, death, vanity, ambition, war, deceit, regret—is the font of all wisdom, including raising children.
Your thirsty toddler wakes you up at 3 a.m. Shakespeare describes your thoughts perfectly:
What cursed foot wanders this way tonight? (Romeo and Juliet)
Your child throws a temper tantrum, clinging to your legs. Shakespeare has the perfect response:
Vile thing, let loose, or I will shake thee from me like a serpent. (A Midsummer Night’s Dream)
Your son throws a booze party, crashes the car, or commits some other vaguely humiliating infraction or minor illegal act. Shakespeare feels your pain:
Good wombs have borne bad sons. (The Tempest)
And for your fussy, ungrateful eater? Shakespeare has an answer:
I’ll make you feed on berries and on roots, and feed on curds and whey, and suck the goat! (Titus Andronicus)
Organized by periods of parenting hell—from the newborn nightmares to the teenage trials—Shakespeare’s Guide to Parenting is the perfect gift book for every literary parent or parent to be. If you want the last word with your children, nothing beats a quote from Shakespeare.