Foundations of chiropractic: subluxation

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Elsevier Mosby, Mar 15, 2005 - Medical - 590 pages
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Now updated in its 2nd edition, the first research-based book on this topic examines the direct link between joint dysfunction, the theories of its effects, and the clinical syndromes seen in practice. Scientific evidence is presented for indications and contraindications of subluxation, along with term definitions, basic science and anatomy, subluxation causes, radiographic evidence, manipulable and nonmanipulable subluxation, a theoretical model, and subluxation syndromes.

  • Integration of theory and clinical research establishes a necessary foundation for both students and clinicians
  • Many of the most respected names in the chiropractic have contributed chapters to this book and present the common ground of chiropractic in a logical and understandable way
  • Over 200 high-quality illustrations bring important concepts to life
  • Key words and questions related to the objectives are stated at the beginning of each chapter notifying the reader what he should learn from the material


  • Updated coverage includes strengthened kinesiology information, new studies on the headache, new whiplash material, the Chiropractic Paradigm, and the latest research from the field
  • An appendix on spinal subluxation and visceral disorders has been added
  • The latest basic science material incorporated into part one, including an excellent animal model study
  • An appendix on spinal subluxation and visceral disorders has been added
  • The latest basic science material incorporated into part one, including an excellent animal model study

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User Review  - Jessica - Goodreads

At least I only had to read the first eight chapters for this course. I hope they don't make us read any more of it. I could just poke my own eyes out with sharp sticks, that might be easier. Read full review

Contents

Spinal Cord Mechanisms of Referred Pain 23 Thoracic and Costovertebral Subluxation
16
Contents
166
Whats in a Word? 5 9 The Vertebral Subluxation Complex
195
Chiropractic Paradigms 19 10 Theoretic Models of Subluxation
227
An Essential Approach
245
Animal Models in the Study of Brian A Enebo and Meridel I Gatterman
283
Palpatory Diagnosis of Subluxation 104
296
Chiropractic Technique 133 System
305
PART THREE 24 Facet Subluxation Syndrome
509
Cervicogenic Headache 376 25 Intervertebral Disc Syndrome
522
Cervicogenic Sympathetic Syndromes 397 26 Sacroiliac Subluxation Syndrome
535
The Cerebral Dysfunction Syndrome 417 27 Coccygeal Subluxation Syndrome
550
Subluxation Syndromes
557
Cervicogenic Dorsalgia 448 Brian Budgell
563
First
569
Copyright

The Nonmanipulable Subluxation 168 15 Review of the Systemic Effects of Spinal
337

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