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"Musculoskeletal Manual Medicine: Diagnosis and Treatment" by J. Dvorák, V. Dvorak, W. Gilliar, at al. (Repost)

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"Musculoskeletal Manual Medicine: Diagnosis and Treatment" by J. Dvorák, V. Dvorak, W. Gilliar, at al. (Repost)

"Musculoskeletal Manual Medicine: Diagnosis and Treatment" by Jirí Dvorák, Vaclav Dvorak, Wolfgang Gilliar, Werner Schneider, Hans Spring, Thomas Tritschler
Thieme Publishers Series
Georg Thieme | 2008 | ISBN: 1588902439 9783131382818 9781588902436 | 810 pages | PDF | 122 MB

This book is a comprehensive guide to integrating manual medicine into the diagnosis and clinical management of musculoskeletal disorders and pain syndromes. Brimming with instructive images and illustrations, the book provides a solid foundation in general principles of manual medicine, spinal biomechanics, neurophysiology, as well as treatments for each disorder and condition.


Separate sections on the spine, limbs, and muscles present clinical applications for structural diagnosis and functional treatment.
This book will serve as the definitive reference for all practitioners involved in the diagnosis and medical management of locomotor disorders and painful conditions.
It will enable clinicians to enhance their diagnostic and treatment armamentarium by incorporating manual medicine techniques based on the current, evidence-based knowledge of the interrelationships between structure and function.

Highlights:
• Practical examples of evidence-based approaches to manual medicine
• 1,313 illustrations and photographs of superb quality that rapidly demonstrate key concepts
• Coverage of the essentials of the neuro-musculoskeletal examination with step-by-step descriptions of the techniques for observation, palpation, motion tests, functional examination, and provocative tests, including quick screening tests
• Chapter on the various components of nonradicular pain syndromes, including muscle pain syndromes, with clear diagnostic criteria for distinguishing the non-radicular and soft-tissue pain syndromes from other pain syndromes
• Succinct descriptions of common clinical neuro-orthopedic disorders and syndromes of the spine, upper limb, and lower limb in tabular format - ideal for rapid reference and review
• Discussion of the rationale for selecting particular low-risk treatment interventions, as well as a thorough discussion of indications and contraindications for patients with potentially increased risk
• Discussion of important considerations for documentation, informed consent, patient monitoring, and follow-up measures
• Practical section with descriptions of exercises for patients to do on their own
• Potential considerations for future research

Table of Contents
List of Contributors
Preface on the Occasion of the 25th Anniversary
Documentation of Examination Findings and Treatment Techniques
1 - Manual Medicine-An Overview
2 - Definitions and Principles of Manual Medicine Diagnosis and Treatment
3 - Biomechanical Principles of the Spine and Joints
4 - Neurophysiology of the Joints and Muscles
5 - The Pharmacologic and Psychologic Treatment of Chronic Pain
6 - Nonradicular Pain- Spondylogenic and Myofascial Pain Syndromes
7 - The Structural and Functional Neuro-Musculoskeletal Examination
8 - Rational Selection of Appropriate Low-Risk Treatment Interventions
9 - Indications and Contraindications for Conditions with Potentially Increased Risk of Treatment
10 - Evidence Base in Manual Medicine for the Treatment of Back Pain Syndromes- Background, Status and Practice
11 - Informed Consent, Complication Assessment, Quality Control and Documentation
12 - Patient Outcome and Follow-Along Measures
13 - Imaging Studies of the Spine
14 - Selected Clinical Syndromes
15 - Structural and Functional Diagnosis and Treatment of the Spine, Ribs, Pelvis and Sacroiliac Joint
16 - Structural Diagnosis and Functional Treatment of the Limbs
17 - Functional Examination and Treatment of Muscles
18 - Myofascial Trigger Point Treatment
19 - Home Exercise Program
References
Index
with TOC BookMarkLinks

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