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Pain and injury in sport: social and ethical analysis
  1. C Milne

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    By Sigmund Loland, Berit Skirstad, Ivan Waddington. Published by Routledge, 2005, £80, 288 pp, softcover. ISBN 9780415357036

    Clinicians do not have a monopoly on descriptions and analysis of pain in sport and this book is an eloquent testament to that fact. Written by a group of European and North American social scientists, it is a distillation of the proceedings of a workshop entitled “Pain and Injury in Sport”, held in Oslo in February 2004.

    Many of the ideas in this book are related closely to the movement from the purely physical to the modern biopsychosocial model …

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