Clinical Implications of Normal Biomechanical Stresses on Spinal Function

Clinical Implications of Normal Biomechanical Stresses on Spinal Function

by Herbert Junghanns
     
 

ISBN-10: 0834201097

ISBN-13: 9780834201095

Pub. Date: 03/21/1990

Publisher: Wolters Kluwer Law & Business

Here is a how-to manual for the conservative treatment of everyday back problems. Clinical Implications combines theories of spinal biomechanics with thorough instructions for prevention, therapy, and follow-up care of spinal disorders. This manual is comprehensive in its coverage of spinal anatomy, physiology, function, biochemistry, and pathology; influences of

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Overview

Here is a how-to manual for the conservative treatment of everyday back problems. Clinical Implications combines theories of spinal biomechanics with thorough instructions for prevention, therapy, and follow-up care of spinal disorders. This manual is comprehensive in its coverage of spinal anatomy, physiology, function, biochemistry, and pathology; influences of daily activities; examination and treatment; effects of individual sports on spinal function; and much more. Extensively illustrated and referenced.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780834201095
Publisher:
Wolters Kluwer Law & Business
Publication date:
03/21/1990
Pages:
396

Table of Contents

Contents: Introduction: Problems of the Stressed Spinal Column Basic Compendium of Development, Morphology, and Biochemistry The Intervertebral Motor Unit or Segment Factors Interfering with Functional Capacity Strains Caused by External Influences Examination of the Spinal Column Effects of Daily Life on the Spinal Column Stresses on the Spine in Sports, Gymnastics, and Leisure Bibliography

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