Chiropractic therapy: diagnosis and treatment
Chiropractic Therapy offers a practical, instructive approach to manipulation and is solidly grounded in scientific principles and up-to-date knowledge of biomechanics. it is a valuable reference that offers an integrated program for understandingand practicingchiropractic therapy.
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Overview of the History of Manipulative Therapy in Europe
The Occurrence of Pain
Dysfunction of the Spine
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active afferent arthrogenic atlas axis caudal cervical spine cervical vertebrae chiropractic therapy clinical picture connective tissue corresponding costovertebral joints cranial diagnosis differential direction disruption dysfunction elbow end-feel evaluation examination extension fibers Figure fixation fixed forked grip functional hip joint hypermobility iliac iliopsoas increase indicates intervertebral disc irritation isometrics joint locking joint play knee lateral flexion laterally flexed lesion ligaments locking lower lumbar spine lumbar vertebrae malfunction manipulation impulse manipulative medicine massage mechanisms ment methods mobilization motor apparatus motor segment movement muscle muscular system musculature neck nerve neurological nociception nociceptors occiput occiput-atlas palpation palpation fingers passive patient's head pelvis possible posterior postisometric relaxation pressure pseudoradicular radicular radiographic reactions receptor reflexive resistance restriction sacroiliac joint seated patient shoulder side spasm spinal column spinal regions spinous process stretching structures supine position symptoms therapeutic therapist thoracic thumb Tilscher tion traction translational glide transverse upper cervical joints ventral wrap grip