Principles and practice of chiropractic

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Principles and practice of chiropractic

editor in chief, Scott Haldeman ; associate editor, Simon Dagenais ; section editors, Brian Budgell ... [et al.]

McGraw-Hill, Medical Publishing Division, c2005

3rd ed

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Includes bibliographical references and index

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The most comprehensive, extensively illustrated book focusing on chiropractic principles, diagnosis, and treatment. A Doody's Core Title for 2021! 5 STAR DOODY'S REVIEW! "This is the third edition of one of the chiropractic profession's most important and influential books. It is a compendium of hard scientific knowledge about all aspects of chiropractic, from the social and historical to the clinical and research oriented. It is a significant expansion from the second edition, which was published in 1992, quite some time ago. It contains five major sections: Introduction to Principles of Chiropractic, Introduction to Chiropractic Theory, Introduction to the Clinical Examination, Introduction to Specific Treatment Methods, and Introduction to Management of Specific Disorders....The book exceeds all expectations the author had for it....I consider this the most essential of all chiropractic texts, one that all chiropractors should obtain."--Doody's Review Service Developed as the core textbook for the chiropractic student and as a professional reference, this text presents theory, philosophy, and practice principles of chiropractic. Covers both traditional and newer chiropractic techniques as well as the clinical exam and management of specific disorders.

目次

Section I CHIROPRACTIC PRINCIPLES - Introduction by William C. Meeker, DC, MPH1.History of Spinal Manipulation byGlenda Wiese, MA 2.A Brief History of the Chiropractic Profession byJoseph C. Keating, Jr., PhD 3.The Evolution of Vitalism and Materialism and itsImpact on Philosophy in Chiropractic byReed B. Phillips, DC, PhD 4.Philosophy in Chiropractic byJoseph C. Keating, Jr., PhD 5.Communication in the Chiropractic Health Encounter: Sociological and Anthropological Approaches byIan D. Coulter, PhD 6.International Status, Standards and Education of the Chiropractic Profession by David A. Chapman-Smith, LL.B (Hons)and Carl S. Cleveland III, DC 7.Integration of Chiropractic in Health Care byWilliam C. Meeker, DC, MPH and Robert D. Mootz, DC 8.The Clinical Effectiveness of Spinal Manipulation for Musculoskeletal Conditions by Gert Bronfort, DC, PhD,Mitchel Haas, DC, MA and Roni Evans, DC, MS 9.The Treatment of Headache, Neurologic and Non-Musculoskeletal Disorders By Spinal Manipulation by Howard Vernon, DC, FCCS, FCCRS, FICC 10.Public Health Responsibilities for Chiropractic byMichael G. Perillo, DC, MPH 11.Professionalism and Ethics in Chiropractic byRobert D. Mootz, DC, Ian Coulter, PhD and Gary D. Schultz, DC Section II CHIROPRACTIC THEORY - Introduction by Brian Budgell, DC, MSc 12. Sensory Innervation of the Spine by Joel G. Pickar, DC, PhD 13.Muscle Spindles and Spinal Proprioception byBarbara I. Polus, BAppSc(Chiropractic), MSc(UNE), PhD(Monash) 14.Central Projections of Spinal Receptors by Xue-Jun Song, MD, PhD and Ronald R. Rupert, DC, MS 15.Peripheral Nerve Biology and Concepts of Nerve Pathophysiology by Geoffrey Bove, DC, PhD 16.Somatoautonomic Reflexes by Akio Sato, MD, PhD andBrian Budgell, DC, MSc 17.Clinical Biomechanics and Pathomechanics of the Cervical Spine by Gary Greenstein, DC 18.Clinical Biomechanics and Pathomechanics of the Lumbar Spine by Partap S. Khalsa, DC, PhD, FACO 19.The Theoretical Basis for Spinal Manipulation byJohn Triano, DC, PhD 20. Pathophysiology of Disc Degeneration byMichael Adams, BSc, PhD 21.Pathophysiology of the Posterior Zygapophysial (FACET) Joints by Lynton G.F. Giles, DC, MSc, PhD 22.The Influence of Muscles in Spinal Pain Syndromes by Mark T. Finneran, MD 23.Biomechanics and Pathophysiology of the Sacroiliac Joint by Dale Mierau, DC, MSc 24.Headaches of Spinal Origin by Simon Dagenais, DC and Scott Haldeman, DC, MD, PhD 25.Risk Factors for Low Back and Neck Pain: An Introduction to Clinical Epidemiology and Review of Commonly Suspected Risk Factors by Jan Hartvigsen DC, PhD Section III THE CLINICAL EXAMINATION - Introduction: The Clinical Examination by Niels Grunnet-Nilsson, DC, MD, PhD 26.The Clinical History by Palle Pedersen, DC, MPhil, DPMSA 27.The Physical Examination by B. Kim Humphreys, DC, PhD and Lisa Caputo, BSc, DC, FCCS(C) 28.Neurologic Examination by Rand S. Swenson, DC, MD, PhD 29.The Orthopedic Examination by Edward Rothman, DC, FACO (US), FCC (UK)and Haymo Thiel, DC, MSc(Ortho), FCCS(C), FCC(Orth) 30.Manual Examination of the Patient by Donald R. Murphy, DC, DACAN and Craig Morris, DC, DACRB 31.The Clinical Application of Selected Examination and Diagnostic Instruments in Chiropractic by Keith Wells, DC, MA 32.The Use of Measurement Instruments in Chiropractic Practice by Christopher J. Colloca, DC, Gregory J. Lehman, MSc and Donald D. Harrison, DC, PhD 33. The Indications and Use of X-Rays by Cynthia Peterson, RN, DC, DACBR, MMEd, FCCR(C)and William Hsu, BSc, DC, DACBR, FCCR(C) 34.Indications and Use of Advanced Imaging Studies byDennis R. Skogsbergh, DC, DABCO, DACBR 35.The Indications and Use of Laboratory Tests byRobert W. Ward, DC 36.Documentation and Record Keeping by Louis Sportelli, DC and Gary Tarola, DC, DABCO Section IV SPECIFIC TREATMENT METHODS - Introduction by Paul D. Hooper, DC, MPH, Dipl Erg 37.Evolution and Basic Principles of the Chiropractic Adjustment and Manipulation by Paul D. Hooper, DC, MPH, Dipl Erg 38.High Velocity Low Amplitude Manipulative Techniquesby Thomas F. Bergmann, DC 39.Mobilization Techniques by John Scaringe, DC, DACBSPand Craig Kawaoka, DC 40.Low Force and Instrument Technique by Arlan W. Fuhr, DC 41.Soft Tissue Manual Techniques by Stephen M. Perle, MS, DC, CCSP 42.Traction and Distraction Techniques by James M. Cox, DC, DACBR and M.R. Gudavalli, PhD 43.Medication Assisted Spinal Manipulation by Frank J. Kohlbeck, DC 44.The Use of Physical Modalities by Paul D. Hooper, DC, MPH, Dipl Erg 45.Acupuncture, Acupressure, and Trigger Point Techniques by John A. Amaro DC, FACC, FIAMA, DiplAc 46. The Role of Rehabilitation and Exercise in Chiropractic Practice by Craig Liebenson, DC and Clayton Skaggs, DC Section V - MANAGEMENT OF SPECIFIC DISORDERS - Introduction by John Triano, DC, PhD 47.The Management of Low Back Pain and Radiculopathyby Dennis R. Skogsbergh, DC, DACBO, DACBR and Robert Cooperstein, MA, DC 48.Thoracic Spinal Pain Syndromes by W. Mark Erwin, DC 49.Management of Neck Pain and Related Disorders by Donald R. Murphy, DC, DACAN and Michael Freeman, DC, PhD, MPH 50.The Management Of Headache by Rand Swenson, DC, MD, PhD and Niels Grunnet-Nilsson, DC, MD, PhD 51.Disorders of the Peripheral Nerves by Rand S. Swenson, MD, DC, PhD and P. Thomas Davis, MS, DC 52.Management of Non-Musculoskeletal Disorders by Richard L. Sarnat, MD and Brian Budgell, DC, MSc 53. Issues Specific in Pediatric Practice by Jesper M. M. Wiberg, DC and Niels Klougart DC 54.Issues Specific to Geriatric Practice by Jacqueline D. Bougie, DC 55.Clinical Nutrition by G. Douglas Andersen, DC, DACBSP, CCN 56.Musculoskeletal Complications of Chiropractic Practice by Marion McGregor, DC, FCCS(c), MSc 57.Neurological Complications of Spinal Manipulation Therapy by Allan G.J. Terrett, DipAppSc(HumBiol), BAppSc(Chiro), MAppSc(Chiro), FACCS, FICC 58.Integration Of Chiropractic Into Multidisciplinary and Hospital-Based Settings by Deborah Kopansky-Giles, BPHE, DC, FCCS(C)and Bruce Walker, DC, MPH, PhD Scholar Sira Borges, MD, DC

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