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Evaluation and Treatment of Chronic Exertional Compartment Syndrome: Operative Vs. Non-operative Treatment Lipid Metabolism: Molecular Regulation and Integrated Responses to Exercise
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The DVD discusses the results of case studies of patients with chronic exertional compartment syndrome and explains how these cases were clinically diagnosed, as well as points how specific treatment approaches were determined in each case.

The DVD also looks at the results of a study using mice that looked at the changes in muscle fibers and metabolism caused by perilipin 5 overexpression. In addition, the DVD discusses the relationship between plasma triglyceride and lipid oxidation following exercise.

Internal Heat Transfer in Exercising Humans Health and Performance Benefits of Omega-3 Fatty Acids: Something Fishy Going On?
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In that regard, the DVD discusses heat balance and exchange, metabolic heat production and the transfer of heat from the body’s core to the outer shell of the skin. The DVD also looks at external heat transfer in hyperthermic humans.

The DVD also outlines the patterns of incorporation of omega-3s into the human body and their effects on overall health. In addition, the DVD explains how consumption of Omega-3 fatty acids can aid in physical performance and discusses their relevance in sports medicine.

Functional Outcomes in Skeletal Muscle Disorders: Integrated Biological Evidence Ankle Sprains—Recent Advances on the Most Common Athletic Injury
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The DVD also discusses the parallels between muscular injury and dystrophy. In addition, the DVD reviews the key factors involved in excitation contraction (EC) coupling and the difference between muscle repair and muscle regeneration.









The DVD discusses ankle injuries in terms of incidence and severity of the sprain. The DVD also explains how ankle sprains are the most common sports injury and reviews how different levels of severity impact joint function and recovery time.