Sports Medicine Educational Videos

  1. Cantu R, Torg J et al: “Catastrophic Head and Spine Injuries in Football” NATA
  2. Cantu RC: “Cervical Spine Injuries”
  3. Cantu RC: “Case Presentations: Transient Quadriplegia” ACSM/Wyeth Ayerst Laboratories; Spellbound Productions; 1994
  4. Cantu RC: “Epidemiology, Evaluation, and Treatment of Traumatic Spinal Cord Injury: Return to Competition”
  5. Cantu RC: “Fractures and Dislocations of Cervical Spine”
  6. Cantu RC: “Return to Competition After Head Injury”
  7. Cantu RC: “Epidemiology, Recognition, and Acute Management of Closed Head Injury/Concussion”
  8. Cantu RC: “Legal Aspects of Sports Medicine and Role of the Team Physician”
  9. Cantu RC: “Indications for Surgery and Return to Competition After Lumbar Spine Injury”
  10. Cantu RC: “Lumbar spinal stenosis: Dx and Management”
  11. Cantu RC: “Functional Anatomy & Biomechanics: Exam of the Patient with Low Back Pain”
  12. ACSM Sports Medicine CAQ Review. Cantu RC, Stoller D, Saal J, Smith AD, Shoor S.; CME Conference Video, Inc.; 1993
  13. Cantu RC, Jordan BD: “Sports Neurology”
  14. ACSM: 39th Annual Meeting. Cantu RC, Jordan BD, Sennett BJ, Micheli LJ, Hainline B.; CME Conference Video, Inc.; 1992
  15. Cantu RC: “Athletic Head and Neck Injury”‘
  16. ACSM’s Guidelines for the Team Physician. Cantu RC, Herring SA, Kibler WB, Micheli LJ, Puffer JC.; Williams & Wilkins Electronic Media; 1992
  17. Sports Medicine and the Primary Care Physician. Cantu RC, Siegel AJ, Childs HD. Network for Continuing Medical Education; 199.The preschool sports physical, life style modification in the well patient; special emphasis given to assisting physicians to help patients make life style changes necessary to reap the benefits of regular physical activity.
  18. Diabetes and Exercise. Cantu, RC. Milner Fenwick Company; 1984