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Diagnosis and Treatment of Pain of Vertebral Origin : A Manual Medicine Approach

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ISBN-10: 0683053760

ISBN-13: 9780683053760

Edition: 1st 1996

Authors: Robert Maigne, Walter L. Nieves, Walter L. Nieves

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A French doctor and proponent of diagnostic manual medicine presents new information on common pains of spinal origin using manipulative techniques. The volume's seven sections cover anatomy, biomechanics, pain of spinal origin, examination of the spine, treatment, clinical aspects of pain of spinal origin, and manual techniques. Bandw photographs illustrate the techniques described. Annotation copyright by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
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List price: $95.00
Edition: 1st
Copyright year: 1996
Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 464
Size: 7.25" wide x 10.50" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 2.530
Language: English

Curvaturesp. 3
Typical Vertebraep. 8
Intervertebral Diskp. 13
Ligamentous Systemp. 16
Spinal Characteristics by Regionp. 18
The Musclesp. 29
Vascular Supply of the Spinep. 33
Innervation of the Vertebral Structuresp. 35
Autonomic Nervous Systemp. 46
Spinal Kinematicsp. 51
Biomechanics of the Sacroiliac Jointp. 62
Forces Acting on the Vertebral Columnp. 68
The Aging Spinep. [s.n.]
Pain of Spinal Origin
Experimentally Provoked Painp. 79
Vertebral Lesions and Common Pain Syndromesp. 88
Postural Disorders and Painp. 93
Painful Minor Intervertebral Dysfunctionsp. 99
Segmental Vertebral Cellulotenoperiosteomyalgic Syndromep. [s.n.]
Myofascial Pain of Nonvertebral Origin (Panniculalgia, Myogelosis, Tendomyosis, Trigger Points)p. 121
Examination of the Spine
General Principlesp. 127
Regional Applicationsp. 142
Spinal Manipulationp. 177
Spinal Tractionp. 220
Massagep. 225
Stretchingp. 230
Therapeutic Injectionsp. 233
Hydrotherapy, Thermotherapy, Cryotherapyp. 244
Electrotherapy in Pain of Spinal Originp. 246
Lumbar Orthosesp. 247
Lumbosacral Corsetsp. 250
Cervical Collarsp. 253
Therapeutic Exercisep. 255
Clinical Aspects of Pain of Spinal Origin
Chronic Neck Painp. 259
Torticollis (Wryneck) and Acute Cervical Painp. 266
Cervicobrachial Neuralgiap. 268
Chronic Thoracic Painp. 274
Acute Thoracic Painp. 286
Costal Sprainsp. 288
Chronic Low Back Painp. 292
Low Back Pain of Lumbosacral Originp. 299
Low Back Pain of Thoracolumbar Origin (T11-T12-L1) (Maigne)p. 308
Acute Lumbar Painp. 320
Sciaticap. 326
Femoral Neuralgiap. 335
Meralgia Parestheticap. 337
Coccygodyniap. 339
Perforating Branch Syndrome of T12 and L1p. 341
Headaches of Cervical Originp. 346
Cervical Migrainep. 356
Cervical Syndromep. 359
Levator Scapulae Syndromep. 362
Acroparesthesias of the Upper Limbs and the Cervical Spinep. 364
Shoulder Pain and the Cervical Spinep. 368
Lateral Epicondylar Painp. 381
Medial Epicondylar Painp. 393
Pubic Pain and Spinal Factorsp. 394
False Hip Pain of Spinal Originp. 398
Knee Pain of Spinal Originp. 401
Pseudovisceral Pain of Spinal Originp. 406
Thoracolumbar Junction Syndromep. 411
Transitional Zone Syndromep. 418
Manual Techniques
A1 Introductionp. 425
A2 Cervical Techniquesp. 432
A3 Cervicothoracic Junction Techniquesp. 451
A4 Thoracic Techniquesp. 462
A5 Lumbar Techniquesp. 482
A6 Rib Techniquesp. 503
A7 So-Called Sacroiliac Joint Techniquesp. 507
Bibliographyp. 517
Indexp. 533
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