Principles of Manual Medicine
The Second Edition of this unique text presents principles and practice of manual medicine, with clear discussions of how and where they apply in the context of various disease states. Structured according to organ system, this well-researched book offers a complete guide to the most effective methods of diagnosis and therapy. An entirely new section on Clinical Integration and Correlation includes chapters on exercise principles and prescription, adjunctive diagnostic and therapeutic procedures, and common clinical syndromes. Important recent developments on direct action muscle energy and mobilization with impulse (high velocity, low amplitude thrust techniques) is included.
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5-7 seconds abduction anteriorly assessment backward-bending barrier bone cervical spine distal effort elbow exhalation extension external rotation fascia Figure fingers five to seven flexed flexion forearm forward-bending function hand grasps head hypermobility Impulse Technique inferior inferior lateral angle innominate knee lateral recumbent left rotation left sidebending ligament listening hand lower extremity lumbar spine manual medicine medial Mobilization with Impulse Motion restriction movement Muscle Energy Technique musculoskeletal system myofascial release neutral nonneutral normal nutated Operator introduces operator standing Operator's left hand Operator's right hand pain palpation Patient sitting Patient supine Pelvic Girdle posterior posteriorly procedures repeated five respiratory Retest right rotation right sidebending rior rotated left sacral base sacroiliac joint sacrum segment shoulder sidebent soft tissue somatic dysfunction spinal stretch superior iliac spine supine on table syndrome table with operator thenar eminence therapeutic thoracic spine thumb tion transverse processes treatment trunk upper extremity vertebral motion zygapophysial joint