Clinical implications of normal biomechanical stresses on spinal function

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Aspen Publishers, 1990 - Business & Economics - 395 pages
Here is a how-to manual for the conservative treatment of everyday back problems. Clinical Implications combines theories of spinal biomechanics with thorough instructions for prevention, therapy, and follow-up care of spinal disorders. This manual is comprehensive in its coverage of spinal anatomy, physiology, function, biochemistry, and pathology; influences of daily activities; examination and treatment; effects of individual sports on spinal function; and much more. Extensively illustrated and referenced.

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The Intervertebral Motor Unit or Segment

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