Certification requires a university degree in physical activity , exercise science , kinesiology , human kinetics , or related ... Clinical Exercise Physiology Association Established originally in 2008 as an affiliate society of ACSM ...
Author: Jonathan K. Ehrman
Publisher: Human Kinetics
Clinical Exercise Physiology, Second Edition, provides a comprehensive look at the clinical aspects of exercise physiology by thoroughly examining the relationship between exercise and chronic disease. Updated and revised, this second edition reflects important changes that have occurred in the field since the first edition was published. It will provide professionals and students with fundamental knowledge of disease-specific pathology and treatment guidelines while also guiding readers through the clinical exercise physiology associated with exercise testing and training of patients with a chronic disease. The second edition of Clinical Exercise Physiologybuilds on information presented in the previous edition with reorganized chapters, updated and revised content, and the latest information on the key practice areas of clinical exercise physiology: endocrinology, the metabolic system, the cardiovascular system, the respiratory system, oncology, the immune system, bone and joint health, and the neuromuscular system. This second edition also features an online ancillary package, allowing instructors to more effectively convey the concepts presented in the text and prepare students for careers in the field. Clinical Exercise Physiology, Second Edition, is easy to navigate--the logical order of the chapters makes key information easy to find. The detailed chapters discuss 23 disease states and conditions that clinical exercise physiologists encounter in their work and provide guidance for the expert care of the populations discussed. Each chapter covers the scope of the condition; its physiology and pathophysiology and treatment options; clinical considerations, including the administration of a graded exercise test; and exercise prescription. The text also details how clinical exercise physiologists can most effectively address issues facing special populations, including children, the elderly, and female athletes. This comprehensive resource is an asset to new and veteran clinical exercise physiologists as well as those preparing for the ACSM Registry Examination. A must-have study tool for examination candidates, this text is on the suggested readings lists for both the Exercise Specialist and Registered Exercise Physiology exams. The text specifically addresses the knowledge, skills, and abilities (KSAs) listed by the ACSM for each of these certifications. Clinical Exercise Physiology, Second Edition, is the definitive resource on the use of exercise training for the prevention and treatment of clinical diseases and disorders. It includes the following features: -Revised and updated content reflects the recent changes in exercise testing and training principles and practices. -Four new chapters on depression and exercise, metabolic syndrome, cerebral palsy, and stroke are evidence of how the field has evolved in considering patients with more widely diagnosed diseases and conditions. -A new text-specific Web site containing a test package and PowerPoint presentation package helps instructors present the material from the book. -Case studies provide real-world examples of how to use the information in practice. -Discussion questions that highlight important concepts appear throughout the text to encourage critical thinking. -Practical application boxes offer tips on maintaining a professional environment for client-clinician interaction, a literature review, and a summary of the key components of prescribing exercise. Clinical Exercise Physiology, Second Edition, is the most up-to-date resource for professionals looking to enhance their knowledge on emerging topics and applications in the field. It is also a valuable text for students studying for the ACSM Registry Examination.
Clinical Exercise Science is an introduction to core principles and best practice in exercise science for students and practitioners working with clinical populations. Combining the latest scientific research with evidence-based, ...
Author: Andrew Scott
Clinical Exercise Science is an introduction to core principles and best practice in exercise science for students and practitioners working with clinical populations. Combining the latest scientific research with evidence-based, practitioner-led analysis, the book offers integrated coverage of the full clinical exercise curriculum, including: Pathophysiology of exercise and disease Exercise as a clinical intervention Exercise, nutrition, and lifestyle Health behaviour change Clinical skills in exercise science The book covers a wide range of conditions, including cardiovascular disease, pulmonary disease, metabolic disease and mental health problems, and includes an array of useful features to guide student learning, such as case studies, study tasks, definitions of key terms and suggestions for further reading. With contributions from leading researchers and health practitioners, this is an invaluable foundation text for any clinical exercise science course, and useful reading for any student or practitioner working in exercise science, exercise rehabilitation, health science or physical therapy.
Combining the latest scientific research with evidence-based, practitioner-led analysis, the book offers integrated coverage of the full clinical exercise curriculum.
Author: Andrew Scott
Category: Clinical psychology
Clinical Exercise Scienceis an introduction to core principles and best practice in exercise science for students and practitioners working with clinical populations. Combining the latest scientific research with evidence-based, practitioner-led analysis, the book offers integrated coverage of the full clinical exercise curriculum, including: Pathophysiology of exercise and disease Exercise as a clinical intervention Exercise, nutrition, and lifestyle Health behaviour change Clinical skills in exercise science The book covers a wide range of conditions, including cardiovascular disease, pulmonary disease, metabolic disease and mental health problems, and includes an array of useful features to guide student learning, such as case studies, study tasks, definitions of key terms and suggestions for further reading. With contributions from leading researchers and health practitioners, this is an invaluable foundation text for any clinical exercise science course, and useful reading for any student or practitioner working in exercise science, exercise rehabilitation, health science or physical therapy.
To answer this need , we decided to recruit top - notch scientists and clinicians with expertise across a spectrum of ... While these two chapters may not appear congruent with the intended purpose of a clinical exercise medicine volume ...
Author: Linda M. LeMura
Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
This text will focus on the underlying causes of various disease states, the manifestation of symptoms, the use of exercise as a diagnostic tool, the utility of exercise as a rehabilitative vehicle, and the use of exercise to monitor and evaluate clinical progress. The book will describe the new developments in clinical research and technology associated with diagnoses and treatment, as well as the techniques and methods of exercise prescription and subsequent evaluation and progress. With both national and international experts contributing chapters in their respective fields, this book's strength is in its broad-based appeal, its utility as a textbook and as a reference text, and its well-balanced approach to medicine, applied physiology, and pathology. Compatibility: BlackBerry(R) OS 4.1 or Higher / iPhone/iPod Touch 2.0 or Higher /Palm OS 3.5 or higher / Palm Pre Classic / Symbian S60, 3rd edition (Nokia) / Windows Mobile(TM) Pocket PC (all versions) / Windows Mobile Smartphone / Windows 98SE/2000/ME/XP/Vista/Tablet PC
Exercise physiology, as it relates to this specific accreditation, is described by CAAHEP as follows: Exercise Physiology is a discipline that includes clinical exercise physiology and applied exercise physiology.
Author: Ehrman, Jonathan
Publisher: Human Kinetics
Clinical Exercise Physiology, Fourth Edition With Web Resource, is the most comprehensive guide to the clinical aspects of exercise physiology. Covering 24 chronic conditions, it is the go-to book for students preparing for ACSM Clinical Exercise Physiologist certification.
Kade Davison BAppSc (Hmn Mvt), BHSc (Hons), PhD Lecturer, School of Health & Human Sciences, Southern Cross University Ian Gillam BSc (Hons), MSc, PhD, Dip PE Exercise Physiologist and Sports Nutritionist, Wellness Clinic, ...
Author: Melainie Cameron
Publisher: Elsevier Australia
Provides a case-based approach to clinical exercise practice for students and therapists delivering exercise as therapy and is the first text of its kind focusing on clinical exercise service delivery. Cameron, Australian Catholic University; Selig & Hemphill, Victoria University, Australia.
More than ever before, clinical exercise physiology is at the forefront of advances in clinical care and public policy directed at improving health and lowering the risk of future disease through regular exercise training and increased ...
Author: Ehrman, Jonathan K.
Publisher: Human Kinetics
Written by experts in the field, Advanced Exercise Physiology: Essential Concepts and Applications builds upon foundational topics and looks further into key physiological components to help advanced students gain a deeper level of understanding.
Box 4.4 Key Points in the Scope of Practice for the Registered Clinical Exercise Physiologist ( CEP ) " The CEP applies exercise and physical activity in clinical and pathologic situations in which exercise has been shown to provide ...
Author: Stanley P. Brown
Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
The emphasis in this new book is on providing students with a foundation of all areas of Exercise Science. It provides a broad description of the field as well as an introduction of some basic science that the field relies upon. Career potentials in these fields are also discussed. Connection Website: (connection.LWW.com/go/brown).
Exercise physiologists have been working in clinical settings for many years, and the two most common areas of clinical exercise physiology, cardiac and pulmonary rehabilitation, were addressed previously in this chapter.
Author: Terry J. Housh
Category: Sports & Recreation
The fifth edition of Introduction to Exercise Science introduces students to every core area of study in the discipline. It comprises concise chapters which introduce the history, key lines of inquiry relating to both health and performance, technology, certifications, professional associations, and career opportunities associated with each area. No other book offers such a wide-ranging, evidence-based introduction to exercise science. Written by leading and experienced experts, chapters include: reading and interpreting literature measurement in exercise science anatomy in exercise science exercise physiology exercise epidemiology athletic training exercise and sport nutrition biomechanics motor control exercise and sport psychology Packed with pedagogical features—from journal abstract examples to study questions and further reading suggestions—and accompanied by a website including practical lab exercises, Introduction to Exercise Science is a complete resource for a hands-on introduction to the core tenets of exercise science. It is an engaging and invaluable textbook for students beginning undergraduate degrees in Kinesiology, Sport & Exercise Science, Sports Coaching, Strength & Conditioning, Athletic Training, Sports Therapy, Sports Medicine, and Health & Fitness.
Author: R. C. Richard DavisonPublish On: 2022-03-13
The information now available to individuals, exercise physiologists, health clinicians and other health professionals that can inform exercise prescription has increased exponentially during the recent 'data revolution' that has ...
Author: R. C. Richard Davison
Since its first published edition more than 30 years ago, the BASES (British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences) Physiological Testing Guidelines have represented the leading knowledge base of current testing methodology for sport and exercise scientists. Sport and exercise physiologists conduct physiological assessments that have proven validity and reliability, both in laboratory and sport-specific contexts. A wide variety of test protocols have been developed, adapted and refined to support athletes of all abilities reach their full potential. This book is a comprehensive guide to these protocols and to the key issues relating to physiological testing. With contributions from leading specialist sport physiologists and covering a wide range of mainstream sports in terms of ethical, practical and methodological issues, this volume represents an essential resource for sport-specific exercise testing in both research and applied settings. This new edition draws on the authors’ experience of supporting athletes from many sports through several Olympic cycles to achieve world leading performances. While drawing on previous editions, it is presented in a revised format matching the sport groupings used in elite sport support within the UK sport institutes. Building on the underpinning general procedures, these specific chapters are supported by appropriate up-to-date case studies in the supporting web resources.