Rehabilitation of the Spine A Practitioner's Manual

ISBN-10: 0781729971

ISBN-13: 9780781729970

Edition: 2nd 2007 (Revised)

Authors: Craig Liebenson
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Description: Bringing together contributions from noted authorities in chiropractics, orthopaedics and physical therapy, this clinical resource presents the most current and significant information on spinal rehab, showing practitioners how to apply simple and inexpensive rehabilitation techniques in the office.

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Book details

List price: $154.99
Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 2007
Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
Publication date: 3/2/2006
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 992
Size: 8.50" wide x 11.00" long x 1.57" tall
Weight: 5.346
Language: English

Overview
Active Care: Its Place in the Management of Spinal Disorders
The Role of Muscles, Joints, and the Nervous System in Painful Conditions of the Spine
Quality Assurance: The Scope of the Spine Problem and Modern Attempts to Manage It
Putting the Biopsychosocial Model Into Practice
Basic Science
Lumbar Spine Stability: Mechanism of Injury and Restabilization
The Sources of Back Pain
Assessment
Diagnostic Triage in Patients with Spinal Pain
Outcome Assessment
Forms
Assessment of Psychosocial Risk Factors of Chronicity-"Yellow Flags"
Yellow Flag Form
Evaluation of Muscular Imbalance
Quantification of Physical Performance Ability
Physical Performance Tests: An Expanded Model of Assessment and Outcome
Employment Screening and Functional Capacity Evaluation to Determine Safe Return to Work
Acute Care Management (first 4 weeks)
Active Self-Care: Functional Reactivation for Spine Pain Patients
McKenzie Spinal Rehabilitation Methods
Brugger Methods for Postural Correction
Rehabilitation of Breathing Pattern Disorders
Soft Tissue Manipulation
Exteroceptive Therapy
Manual Resistance Techniques
The Role of Active Release Technique in Rehabilitation
Neuromobilization Techniques-Evaluation and Treatment of Adverse Neurodynamic Tension
Manipulation Techniques for Key Joints
Recovery Care Management (after 4 weeks)
Sensory Motor Stimulation
Facilitation of Agonist-Antagonist Co-activation by Reflex Stimulation Methods
Yoga-Based Training for Spinal Stability
Spinal Segmental Stabilization Training
Functional Stability Training
Proprioceptive Taping-An Adjunct to Treating Muscle Imbalances
Global Muscle Stabilization Training-Isotonic Protocols
Weight Training for Back Stability
Advanced Stabilization Training for Performance Enhancement
Nutritional Considerations for Inflammation and Pain
A Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Program for Spinal Pain
Practical Application by Region
An Integrated Approach to Regional Disorders
Managing Common Syndromes and Finding the Key Link
Integrated Approach to the Lumbar Spine
Integrated Approach to the Cervical Spine
Implementing the Functional Paradigm
The Patient and the Doctor
The Role and Safety of Activity in the Elderly
Physical Activity Readiness Questionnaire
Role of Non-Operative Spinal Specialist in Managing the Spine Patient
From Guidelines to Practice: What is the Practitioner's Role?
Index
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