Clinical Patterns in Manual Therapy – IMTA course handbook Level 2a and b

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Clinical Patterns in Manual Therapy

This landmark book in the field of Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy is of great clinical relevance and very readable. In it you can appreciate the experience of each of the authors and how the principles of the Maitland Concept are permeated in each chapter: clinical reasoning as an essential pillar, the brick-wall model of thinking with emphasis on the clinical side, treatment and assessment according to the needs of each person and commitment to the patient explaining multiple clinical examples. In the first chapters the authors delve into the theoretical foundations, serving as a link for the later chapters, in which the different clinical pictures most characteristic of each region are presented.

This book has been the result of the effort and experience of the IMTA teachers and is a must for all those who are dedicated to Manual Therapy.

2015, Thieme/IMTA, 464 pages, 354 images,
Language English, 20x28x3 cm, colour, hardcover, weight 1480 gram

Table of Contents:

1 The Maitland Concept and Clinical Reasoning
1.1 The principles of the Maitland Concept in the era of evidence-based practice
1.2 Clinical Reasoning
1.3 Clinical Reasoning and communication

2 Neurodynamics
2.1 Neuroanatomy
2.2 Neurobiomechanics
2.3 Neurophysiology
2.4 Pathophysiology
2.5 Clinical Presentation
2.6 Treatment and therapy options

3 Biomechanics of the spine
3.1 Mobility of the spine
3.2 Transitional regions
3.3 Orientation of the facet joints
3.4 Anatomy and biomechanics of the upper cervical spine
3.5 Coupled movements in the spine
3.6 Clinical relevance of coupling for the cervical spine
3.7 Combined movements in the cervical spine, C2–C7
3.8 Combined movements in the lumbar spine

4 Manipulation
4.1 Definitions and classifications
4.2 Indications
4.3 Contraindications and precautions
4.4 Complications
4.5 Explanatory models of effect
4.6 Practical implementation of manipulations

Clinical pattern

5 Nociceptive pain mechanisms
5.1 Theory
5.2 Clinical presentation

6 Cervical radicular syndrome
6.1 Theory
6.2 Clinical Presentation
6.3 Treatment and therapy options

7 Central pain mechanisms – central sensitisation
7.1 Theory
7.2 Clinical Presentation
7.3 Treatment and therapy options

8 Dysregulation of the autonomic nervous system (output mechanisms)
8.1 Theory
8.2 Clinical presentation
8.3 Treatment and therapy options

9 Intra-articular movement disorders (arthrosis)
9.1 Theory
9.2 Clinical presentation
9.3 Treatment and therapy options

10 Acute blocked neck.
10.1 Theory
10.2 Clinical presentation
10.3 Treatment and therapy options

11 Cervicogenic headache
11.1 Theory
11.2 Clinical presentation
11.3 Treatment and therapy options

12 Functional cervical instability .
12.1 Theory
12.2 Clinical presentation
12.3 Treatment and therapy options

13 T4 syndrome
13.1 Theory
13.2 Clinical presentation
13.3 Treatment and therapy options

14 Lumbar facet syndrome
14.1 Theory
14.2 Clinical presentation
14.3 Treatment and therapy options

15 Lumbar discogenic syndrome
15.1 Theory
15.2 Clinical presentation
15.3 Treatment and therapy options

16 Functional lumbar instability
16.1 Theory
16.2 Clinical presentation
16.3 Treatment and therapy options

17 Patellofemoral pain syndrome
17.1 Theory
17.2 Clinical presentation
17.3 Treatment and therapy options

Index

 

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