The Musculoskeletal System: Differential Diagnosis from Symptoms and Physical Signs
In this straight--to--the--point, hands--on work, Dr. Mennell presents his highly acclaimed findings and techniques on diagnosing and healing problems of the musculoskeletal system. This resource will help to sharpen patient evaluation skills, improve the accuracy of diagnoses, and increase the results of physical therapy.Editorial Reviews - The Musculoskeletal SystemFeatures -The Musculoskeletal System Table of Contents Table of Contents Contents: Introduction * The Musculoskeletal System * After Structural Diagnosis * Clinical Examination * Examples of Examining Procedures: Normal Joint Play in the Synovial Joints of the Foot, Normal Joint Play in the Synovial Joints of the Low Back, Normal Joint Play in the Synovial Joints of the Wrists and Hands * Intricacies and Interrelationships in the Body Systems * Cross-Matching Structure and Pathologic Changes in Differential Diagnosis of Common Causes of Shoulder Pain * Management of Musculoskeletal Pain * Consideration of Physical Therapy Modalities * Conclusion All Marketplace (--) New (--) Used (--) CLOSE X LOADING...We're sorry. Information from our Trusted Marketplace Sellers is currently unavailable. To try again, please visit the B&N Marketplace.
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Chapter 3After Structural Diagnosis
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