Clinical Anatomy and Management of Low Back Pain: Clinical Anatomy and Management of Back Pain / Edition 1

Clinical Anatomy and Management of Low Back Pain: Clinical Anatomy and Management of Back Pain / Edition 1

by Lynton Giles, K. P. Singer
     
 

ISBN-10: 0750623950

ISBN-13: 9780750623957

Pub. Date: 04/10/1997

Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences

Back pain is multifaceted and it demands the sharing of ideas and knowledge to improve the management offered to patients.  See more details below

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Back pain is multifaceted and it demands the sharing of ideas and knowledge to improve the management offered to patients.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780750623957
Publisher:
Elsevier Health Sciences
Publication date:
04/10/1997
Series:
Clinical Anatomy and Management of Back Pain Series
Edition description:
New Edition
Pages:
432
Product dimensions:
7.40(w) x 9.60(h) x 1.30(d)

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Table of Contents

Section I: Introduction and Epidemiology: - 1. Introduction; 2. The epidemiology of low back pain: Section II: Anatomy and Pathology - 3. Introductory graphic anatomy of the lumbosacral spine; 4. Lumbar invertebral discs; 5. Zygapophysial (facet) joints; 6. Spinal and invertebral canals; 7. Ligaments related to the intervertebral canal and foramen; 8. Blood supply of lumbosacral vertebrae, spinal cord, nerve roots and ganglia; 9. Muscles and ligaments of the back; 10. Biomechanics of the lumbosacral spine; 11. Sacroiliac joint; 12. Pathoanatomy of the thoracolumbar transitional junction; 13. Miscellaneous pathological and developmental (anomalous) conditions: Section III: Spinal Clinical Neuroanatomy and Neurophysiology - 14. Innervation of spinal structures; 15. Nerves, neuropeptides and inflammation in spinal tissues, mechanisms of back pain; 16. Anatomy and physiology of spinal nerve roots and the results of compression and irritation; 17. The pathoanatomic basis of somatic, autonomic and neurogenic syndromes originating in the lumbosacral spine: Section VI: Diagnosis and Management - 18. Imaging of mechanical and degenerative syndromes of the lumbar spine; 19. Psychosocial aspects of back pain; 20. Diagnosis of mechanical low back pain with or without referred leg pain; 21. Medical and surgical management of low back pain of mechanical origin; 22. Chiropractic management of low back pain of mechanical origin; 23. Osteopathic management of mechanical low back pain; 24. Physiotherapy management of low back pain of mechanical origin; 25. Contraindications to spinal manipulation: Section V: Definitions and Abbreviations

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