Manipulation of the Spine, Thorax and Pelvis: An Osteopathic Perspective

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Churchill Livingstone, 2000 - Medical - 271 pages
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This is a well-illustrated guide to spinal manipulation techniques in the context of osteopathic medicine. It describes the principles and theory of spinal manipulation, its use in clinical practice, and the techniques used in working with all levels of the spine, thorax, and pelvis. Detailed instructions guide the reader through 35 different manipulation techniques. A troubleshooting guide helps readers understand problems they might encounter. In addition, a free CD-ROM is included with the book. It features video clips of the techniques being performed.

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Professor Peter Gibbons Adjunct Associate Professor Department of Rehabilitation Sciences College of Allied Health Sciences Oklahoma University Health Science Center USA

Professor Philip Tehan Adjunct Associate Professor School of Biomedical and Health Sciences Victoria University Australia Adjunct Associate Professor Department of Rehabilitation Sciences College of Allied Health Sciences Oklahoma University Health Science Center USA

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