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Peter Gibbons, Philip Tehan

Manipulation of the Spine, Thorax and Pelvis: with access to www.spinethoraxpelvis.com 4th Revised edition

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Prekės kodas: 9780702059216
Autorius: 
Peter Gibbons, Philip Tehan
ISBN: 
9780702059216
Leidykla: 
Elsevier
Išleista: 
2016
Knygos kalba: 
Anglų
Formatas: 
A5
Viršelis: 
Kietas
Puslapių: 
320
Svoris: 0,840 kg
Matmenys: 235 mm × 18 mm × 191 mm

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The new edition of this popular book continues to present the latest scientific evidence for the successful use of the high velocity low amplitude (HVLA) thrust technique. Prepared in a readily accessible, amply illustrated format, this book is designed to equip practitioners with a detailed understanding of the underlying basis of the HVLA thrust technique and the best means to safely employ it in the effective management of a range of disorders of the spine and pelvic regions.

The book is arranged in three sections to maximise understanding of what can be challenging areas to comprehend and effectively manage. Section One explores the biomechanics of movement and forces between adjacent vertebrae followed by a discussion of positioning and 'locking'. These chapters are then followed by a discussion about safety with particular reference to the management of the cervical spine. A chapter on evidence - and what represents good medical evidence - concludes. Section Two presents - using an ample array of clear photographs and useful summary boxes - over 40 HVLA techniques ranging from the atlanto-occipital joint (C0-C1) to the coccyx. Section Three concludes with treatment failures (often, technique derived) and analysis.

Prepared by authors of international renown - and now with an associated website containing over 45 minutes of useful film footage - this book will be ideal for all manual therapy practitioners dealing with the management of the spine and pelvic areas.
Presents the scientific basis of the HVLA thrust - one of the oldest and most commonly used manipulative techniques available

Provides an accessible synthesis of the latest evidence for the effective use of the HVLA thrust

Clearly explains coupled motion and describes the latest scientific research in this area

Presents over 250 photographs, and 60 minutes of film on an associated website

Contains a detailed discussion regarding patient safety

Presents a comprehensive discussion surrounding treatment failures

Well illustrated and clearly written for easy understanding

Advises readers with regards to safe patient selection - particularly important for the management of the cervical spine

Suitable for both the novice and expert readerships

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