1915 the scope of this book is strictly that of a text-book and does not aim to be an exhaustive treatise upon the subject. Contents: the Lesion, the Normal Movements of the Spine, Lateral Curvature of the Spine, Flexion and Extension Lesions, Rotation.
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Chapter Page I THE LESION
THE NORMAL MOVEMENTS OF THE SPINE
LATERAL CURYATURE OF THE SPINE
FLExion AND ExTENSION LESIONs
W RotATION AND SIDEBENDING LESIONs
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angle anteriorly articular facets asked atlas axilla axis B's head B's left B's right backward bending bone border cause cervical area cervical lesions chest circumduction clavicle coccyx concavity condyle convexity CORRECTIVE MOVEMENTS curve diagnosis direction downward ExPERIMENTAL PALPATION extension lesion fingers fixed point flexed flexion lesion forward gliding high side ibid immobilized innominate lesion intervertebral disc ischium joint knee left hand left side ligaments lumbar area lumbar lesions lumbar vertebra mastoid ment move MoveMENT.—Let MOVEMENTS THE PRINCIPLE muscles muscular normal movements occipital lesion occipito-atlantal occiput osteopathic patient pelvis physician plane position posterior superior spines present pressure PRINCIPLE OF CORRECTION pull relaxation rib lesion right hand right shoulder rotation lesion sacral sacro-iliac articulations sacrum scapula scoliosis secondary sidebending slightly spinal spinous process stands stool stretched subluxation third thoracic thoracic area thoracic vertebra thumb tion tissues transverse process treatment tubercles turn twelfth rib upper upward vertebral bodies