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Opis: The Biomechanics of Back Pain - Kim Burton, Patricia Dolan, Nikolai Bogduk

Authored by experts of international renown, the new edition of "The Biomechanics of Back Pain" forms a bridge between the latest research and the effective clinical management of patients with back problems. Now published for the first time in full colour, the volume presents a unique synthesis of the latest research findings and explains its recent changes in emphasis - from trying to understand and reverse age-related spinal degeneration to addressing the soft tissue causes of pain. New chapters are devoted to Sensorimotor Control, and Cervical Spine Anatomy and Biomechanics, while a bonus website contains useful PowerPoint presentations, which include seminars entitled "Back Pain and Forces on the Spine" as well as an overview of the "Psychosocial Flags Framework". Clinically orientated and highly practical throughout, "The Biomechanics of Back Pain" has become the standard platform by which readers keep abreast of research and developments in the field and is essential for all clinicians involved in the care and treatment of patients with back pain, as well as for those studying its causes and methods of prevention. "Review quotes from previous editions" This book is an excellent addition to the literature on back pain. Biomechanics is fundamental to understanding the physical basis of back pain, but many biomechanical textbooks are very technical and difficult for the non-specialist. What is new and different about this book is that it presents complex ideas very simply and clearly, and applies them to the clinical situation. This volume is to be highly recommended to all doctors and therapists who deal with patients with back pain. "Professor Gordon Waddell DSc, MD, FRCS Orthopaedic Surgeon, Glasgow [Amazon]" This excellent book presents in one location a synthesis of much of the recent literature on the mechanical factors contributing to low back pain. The logic of the text is easy to follow and each chapter builds upon concepts and ideas presented in earlier chapters. I can think of few books to compare to it and I recommend it highly. "Dana J Lawrence, DC, MMedEd, MA(Palmer College of Chiropractic)" It is refreshing to see a book that interprets and integrates the literature instead of simply repeating studies. W.S. Marras, Biodynamics Laboratory, Ohio State University The book is one of the most evidence-based books on the market. The authors are research active and always updating their knowledge. "Principal Lecturer in Physiotherapy, University of Cumbria"1. Introduction 2. The vertebral column and adjacent structures 3. Muscles and fascia of the lumbar spine 4. Nerves and blood supply to the lumbar spine 5. Back pain 6. Epidemiology of back trouble 7. Biology of spinal tissues 8. Growth and ageing of the spine 9. Forces acting on the thoracolumbar spine 10. Mechanical function of the thoracolumbar spine 11. Mechanical damage to the thoracolumbar spine 12. Cervical spine biomechanics 13. Posture, creep and "functional pathology" 14. Sensorimotor control 15. Spinal degeneration 16. Preventing back pain 17. Conservative management of back pain 18. Biomechanics rationale for spinal surgery 19. Surgery for disc prolapse, spinal stenosis and back pain 20. Medico-legal considerations 21. Summary and Conclusions


Szczegóły: The Biomechanics of Back Pain - Kim Burton, Patricia Dolan, Nikolai Bogduk

Tytuł: The Biomechanics of Back Pain
Autor: Kim Burton, Patricia Dolan, Nikolai Bogduk
Producent: Elsevier Science Publishers
ISBN: 9780702043130
Rok produkcji: 2012
Ilość stron: 336
Oprawa: brak formatu
Waga: 0.95 kg


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The Biomechanics of Back Pain

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Authored by experts of international renown, the new edition of "The Biomechanics of Back Pain" forms a bridge between the latest research and the effective clinical management of patients with back problems. Now published for the first time in full colour, the volume presents a unique synthesis of the latest research findings and explains its recent changes in emphasis - from trying to understand and reverse age-related spinal degeneration to addressing the soft tissue causes of pain. New chapters are devoted to Sensorimotor Control, and Cervical Spine Anatomy and Biomechanics, while a bonus website contains useful PowerPoint presentations, which include seminars entitled "Back Pain and Forces on the Spine" as well as an overview of the "Psychosocial Flags Framework". Clinically orientated and highly practical throughout, "The Biomechanics of Back Pain" has become the standard platform by which readers keep abreast of research and developments in the field and is essential for all clinicians involved in the care and treatment of patients with back pain, as well as for those studying its causes and methods of prevention. "Review quotes from previous editions" This book is an excellent addition to the literature on back pain. Biomechanics is fundamental to understanding the physical basis of back pain, but many biomechanical textbooks are very technical and difficult for the non-specialist. What is new and different about this book is that it presents complex ideas very simply and clearly, and applies them to the clinical situation. This volume is to be highly recommended to all doctors and therapists who deal with patients with back pain. "Professor Gordon Waddell DSc, MD, FRCS Orthopaedic Surgeon, Glasgow [Amazon]" This excellent book presents in one location a synthesis of much of the recent literature on the mechanical factors contributing to low back pain. The logic of the text is easy to follow and each chapter builds upon concepts and ideas presented in earlier chapters. I can think of few books to compare to it and I recommend it highly. "Dana J Lawrence, DC, MMedEd, MA(Palmer College of Chiropractic)" It is refreshing to see a book that interprets and integrates the literature instead of simply repeating studies. W.S. Marras, Biodynamics Laboratory, Ohio State University The book is one of the most evidence-based books on the market. The authors are research active and always updating their knowledge. "Principal Lecturer in Physiotherapy, University of Cumbria"1. Introduction 2. The vertebral column and adjacent structures 3. Muscles and fascia of the lumbar spine 4. Nerves and blood supply to the lumbar spine 5. Back pain 6. Epidemiology of back trouble 7. Biology of spinal tissues 8. Growth and ageing of the spine 9. Forces acting on the thoracolumbar spine 10. Mechanical function of the thoracolumbar spine 11. Mechanical damage to the thoracolumbar spine 12. Cervical spine biomechanics 13. Posture, creep and "functional pathology" 14. Sensorimotor control 15. Spinal degeneration 16. Preventing back pain 17. Conservative management of back pain 18. Biomechanics rationale for spinal surgery 19. Surgery for disc prolapse, spinal stenosis and back pain 20. Medico-legal considerations 21. Summary and Conclusions

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Szczegóły: The Biomechanics of Back Pain - Kim Burton, Patricia Dolan, Nikolai Bogduk

Tytuł: The Biomechanics of Back Pain
Autor: Kim Burton, Patricia Dolan, Nikolai Bogduk
Producent: Elsevier Science Publishers
ISBN: 9780702043130
Rok produkcji: 2012
Ilość stron: 336
Oprawa: brak formatu
Waga: 0.95 kg


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