Sports health care for elite high school basketball pre-event planning and event coverage

Piccininni, J. J.; Piccininni, P. M.; Harrison, J.; DiMondo, L.
June 1998
Journal of the Canadian Chiropractic Association;Jun98, Vol. 42 Issue 2, p101
Academic Journal
Focuses on the pre-event planning and event coverage of an elite level high school basketball exposure camp in Ontario, with emphasis on the physical risks involved and the sports health care services provided. Concept of sports exposure camps; Types and frequency of injuries suffered in the game of basketball; Details of the camp operations organized for basketball athletes at the exposure camp.


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