Whiplash, headache, and neck pain :research-based directions for physical therapies
- au: Gwendolen Jull ... [et al.].
- Publish: Edinburgh : Churchill Livingstone/Elsevier 2008.
- 出版年: 2008
- sb: Post-Traumatic Headache , Whiplash injuries , Neck pain Physical therapy , Headache Physical therapy , Physical therapy , Whiplash injuries Physical therapy , Whiplash Injuries , Neck pain , Physical Therapy Modalities , Neck Pain , Headache
- ISBN: 0443100470 , 9780443100475
- ps: Includes bibliographical references and index Sensory manifestations of neck pain -- Structure and function of the cervical region -- Alterations in cervical muscle function in neck pain -- The cervical spine and sensorimotor control -- Disturbances in postural stability, head, and eye movement control in cervical disorders -- Psychological and psychosocial factors in neck pain -- Whiplash associated disorders -- Cervicogenic headache : differential diagnosis -- Differential diagnosis of cervico-brachial pain -- Clinical assessment : the patient interview and history -- Clinical assessment : the physical examination -- Principles of management of cervical disorders -- Therapeutic exercise for cervical disorders : practice pointers -- Future directions
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- type: 圖書
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A textbook and practical clinical handbook for all students and practitioners concerned with the evaluation, diagnosis, assessment and management of neck pain and cervical headache particularly in relation to whiplash. It is likely to become essential study for final year physiotherapy and chiropractic students, for all manipulative physiotherapy MSc students and a widely used clinical ref text for all involved in the assessment and management of whiplash and related neck and head pain."This is a very welcome and innovative text...pushing the boundaries of knowledge and understanding in assessing and managing musculoskeletal disorders of the cervical spine...this is an excellent text that is useful for all clinical practitioners interested in whiplash, headache and neck pain, or more generally in developing their understanding of the complexity of musculoskeletal presentations."International Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation, February 2009, Vol 16, No 2