A Marriage of Two Professions-A Case Study Approach to Illustrate Evidence-Based Treatment of Nutrition-Related Concerns in Athletes

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SKU:
827008240296
Author:
Timothy S. Doane, Jennifer M. Doane
Published:
2012
Length:
108 minutes
The care and training of athletes is best accomplished through a team of specially trained professionals who work in concert for optimal outcomes. In that regard, certified athletic trainers (ATCs) and registered dietitians/certified specialists in sports dietetics (RD/CSSDs), who use evidence-based practice guidelines, are well qualified and positioned to provide high quality service to their athletes and organizations. Through case study examples of effective collaborations between ATCs and RDs/CSSDs, A Marriage of Two Professions-A Case Study Approach to Illustrate Evidence-Based Treatment of Nutrition-Related Concerns in Athletes details an optimum model for treating athletes who present with symptoms that require nutrition intervention and the need for medical nutrition therapy.

Among the topics covered:

• Nutrition care providers
• Registered dietitian
• Professional collaboration
• Medical nutrition therapy
• Case study I: irritable bowel syndrome
• Case study II: weight loss/performance
• Case study III: hydration/syncope
• Teamwork matters