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Diagnosis and treatment of pain of vertebral origin : a manual medicine approach / Robert Maigne.

By: Material type: TextTextPublication details: Baltimore, USA : Williams & Wilkins, 1996.ISBN:
  • 0683053760
Subject(s): DDC classification:
  • 615.82 20
LOC classification:
  • RD768.M28813 1996
Contents:
Foreword / Rena Cailliet -- Sect. I. Anatomy. 1. Curvatures. 2. Typical Vertebrae. 3. Intervertebral Disk. 4. Ligamentous System. 5. Spinal Characteristics by Region. 6. The Muscles. 7. Vascular Supply of the Spine. 8. Innervation of the Vertebral Structures. 9. Autonomic Nervous System -- Sect. II. Biomechanics. 10. Spinal Kinematics. 11. Biomechanics of the Sacroiliac Joint. 12. Forces Acting on the Vertebral Column. 13. The Aging Spine -- Sect. III. Pain of Spinal Origin. 14. Experimentally Provoked Pain. 15. Vertebral Lesions and Common Pain Syndromes. 16. Postural Disorders and Pain. 17. Painful Minor Intervertebral Dysfunctions. 18. Segmental Vertebral Cellulotenoperiosteomyalgic Syndrome. 19. Myofascial Pain of Nonvertebral Origin (Panniculalgia, Myogelosis, Tendomyosis, Trigger Points) -- Sect. IV. Examination of the Spine. 20. General Principles. 21. Regional Applications -- Sect. V. Treatment. 22. Spinal Manipulation. 23. Spinal Traction. 24. Massage. 25. Stretching. 26. Therapeutic Injections. 27. Hydrotherapy, Thermotherapy, Cryotherapy. 28. Electrotherapy in Pain of Spinal Origin. 29. Lumbar Orthoses. 30. Lumbosacral Corsets. 31. Cervical Collars. 32. Therapeutic Exercise -- Sect. VI. Clinical Aspects of Pain of Spinal Origin. 33. Chronic Neck Pain. 34. Torticollis (Wryneck) and Acute Cervical Pain. 35. Cervicobrachial Neuralgia. 36. Chronic Thoracic Pain. 37. Acute Thoracic Pain. 38. Costal Sprains. 39. Chronic Low Back Pain. 40. Low Back Pain of Lumbosacral Origin. 41. Low Back Pain of Thoracolumbar Origin (T11-T12-L1) (Maigne). 42. Acute Lumbar Pain. 43. Sciatica. 44. Femoral Neuralgia. 45. Meralgia Paresthetica. 46. Coccygodynia. 47. Perforating Branch Syndrome of T12 and L1. 48. Headaches of Cervical Origin. 49. Cervical Migraine. 50. Cervical Syndrome. 51. Levator Scapulae Syndrome. 52. Acroparesthesias of the Upper Limbs and the Cervical Spine. 53. Shoulder Pain and the Cervical Spine. 54. Lateral Epicondylar Pain. 55. Medial Epicondylar Pain. 56. Pubic Pain and Spinal Factors. 57. False Hip Pain of Spinal Origin. 58. Knee Pain of Spinal Origin. 59. Pseudovisceral Pain of Spinal Origin. 60. Thoracolumbar Junction Syndrome. 61. Transitional Zone Syndrome -- Sect. VII. Manual Techniques -- A1 Introduction -- A2 Cervical Techniques -- A3 Cervicothoracic Junction Techniques -- A4 Thoracic Techniques -- A5 Lumbar Techniques -- A6 Rib Techniques -- A7 So-Called Sacroiliac Joint Techniques.
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Foreword / Rena Cailliet -- Sect. I. Anatomy. 1. Curvatures. 2. Typical Vertebrae. 3. Intervertebral Disk. 4. Ligamentous System. 5. Spinal Characteristics by Region. 6. The Muscles. 7. Vascular Supply of the Spine. 8. Innervation of the Vertebral Structures. 9. Autonomic Nervous System -- Sect. II. Biomechanics. 10. Spinal Kinematics. 11. Biomechanics of the Sacroiliac Joint. 12. Forces Acting on the Vertebral Column. 13. The Aging Spine -- Sect. III. Pain of Spinal Origin. 14. Experimentally Provoked Pain. 15. Vertebral Lesions and Common Pain Syndromes. 16. Postural Disorders and Pain. 17. Painful Minor Intervertebral Dysfunctions. 18. Segmental Vertebral Cellulotenoperiosteomyalgic Syndrome. 19. Myofascial Pain of Nonvertebral Origin (Panniculalgia, Myogelosis, Tendomyosis, Trigger Points) -- Sect. IV. Examination of the Spine. 20. General Principles. 21. Regional Applications -- Sect. V. Treatment. 22. Spinal Manipulation. 23. Spinal Traction. 24. Massage. 25. Stretching. 26. Therapeutic Injections. 27. Hydrotherapy, Thermotherapy, Cryotherapy. 28. Electrotherapy in Pain of Spinal Origin. 29. Lumbar Orthoses. 30. Lumbosacral Corsets. 31. Cervical Collars. 32. Therapeutic Exercise -- Sect. VI. Clinical Aspects of Pain of Spinal Origin. 33. Chronic Neck Pain. 34. Torticollis (Wryneck) and Acute Cervical Pain. 35. Cervicobrachial Neuralgia. 36. Chronic Thoracic Pain. 37. Acute Thoracic Pain. 38. Costal Sprains. 39. Chronic Low Back Pain. 40. Low Back Pain of Lumbosacral Origin. 41. Low Back Pain of Thoracolumbar Origin (T11-T12-L1) (Maigne). 42. Acute Lumbar Pain. 43. Sciatica. 44. Femoral Neuralgia. 45. Meralgia Paresthetica. 46. Coccygodynia. 47. Perforating Branch Syndrome of T12 and L1. 48. Headaches of Cervical Origin. 49. Cervical Migraine. 50. Cervical Syndrome. 51. Levator Scapulae Syndrome. 52. Acroparesthesias of the Upper Limbs and the Cervical Spine. 53. Shoulder Pain and the Cervical Spine. 54. Lateral Epicondylar Pain. 55. Medial Epicondylar Pain. 56. Pubic Pain and Spinal Factors. 57. False Hip Pain of Spinal Origin. 58. Knee Pain of Spinal Origin. 59. Pseudovisceral Pain of Spinal Origin. 60. Thoracolumbar Junction Syndrome. 61. Transitional Zone Syndrome -- Sect. VII. Manual Techniques -- A1 Introduction -- A2 Cervical Techniques -- A3 Cervicothoracic Junction Techniques -- A4 Thoracic Techniques -- A5 Lumbar Techniques -- A6 Rib Techniques -- A7 So-Called Sacroiliac Joint Techniques.