Clinical Mastery in the Treatment of Myofascial Pain

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Overview

This concise and easily referenced clinical text brings together editors from a range of disciplines—including chiropractic, osteopathy, physical therapy, and medicine—to address therapeutic approaches to common muscle and joint pain. Organized by chief complaint, each chapter follows a structured format that takes readers from overview and assessment, through a case history, to a planned program of rehabilitation, generalization to similar conditions, and a treatment protocol.

Readers will explore key differences in assessment, treatment, and rehabilitation—a great aid in choosing the best therapy for each patient. The book’s practical, case study approach addresses a variety of factors affecting myofascial integrity, including psychological issues, sleep patterns, nutrition, and fitness. A glossary defines interdisciplinary nomenclature.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780683306200
  • Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
  • Publication date: 10/1/2004
  • Pages: 608

Table of Contents

Chapter 1. Headache
Robert Gerwin, MD

Chapter 2. Masticatory Myofascial Pain
James Fricton, DDS

Chapter 3. Neck Pain and Restriction Following Whiplash
Margaret W. Royson, DO, MSW; Lucy Whyte-Ferguson, DC; Jan Dommerholt, PT, MPS

Chapter 4. Shoulder Dysfunction and Frozen Shoulder
Lucy Whyte Ferguson, DC

Chapter 5. Tennis Elbow
Michael Schneider, DC

Chapter 6. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Lewis Mock, DC

Chapter 7. Dystonia and Pseudodystonia of the Wrist and Hand: A Myofascial Approach
Nancy Shaw, CMTPT; Robert Gerwin, MD

Chapter 8. Upper Back Pain
Gregory Berkoff, DC

Chapter 9. Interscapular Pain
Tassos Spanos, CMTPT

Chapter 10. Lower Back Pain
Robert Gerwin, MD, Margaret W. Royson, DO, MSW; Roberta Shapiro, DO; Lucy Whyte Ferguson, DC

Chapter 11. Hip and Groin Pain: The Disordered Hip Complex
Lucy Whyte Ferguson, DC

Chapter 12. Abdominal Pain
Jill Maloney Newman, PT; Mary L. Maloney, PT

Chapter 13. Chronic Pelvic Pain of Myofascial Origin
Rhonda Kotarinos, PT

Chapter 14. Knee Pain
Jan Dommerholt, PT, MPS; Christian Grobli, MS, PT

Chapter 15. Heel and Foot Pain
Richard Kushner, DPM; Lucy Whyte Ferguson, DC

Glossary
Index

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