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Movement, Stability - Low Back Pain - The essential role of the pelvis

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VLEEMING A., MOONEY V., DORMAN T., SNIJDERS C.,...

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The human pelvis has recently become a focus for a considerable amount of new research which is relevant to manual therapy practice. In particular, movement within the pelvis is now being recognised and studied in relation to its role in maintaining stability in the vertebral column and subsequent implications for the prevention and treatment of low back pain.

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The human pelvis has recently become a focus for a considerable amount of new research which is relevant to manual therapy practice. In particular, movement within the pelvis is now being recognised and studied in relation to its role in maintaining stability in the vertebral column and subsequent implications for the prevention and treatment of low back pain.

This important new subject area for clinicians is now covered in depth in this groundbreaking book from the people at the forefront of research and practice in the field. The contributors represent the breadth of professionals involved in manual therapy, from osteopathy, chiropractic and manual physical therapy, to orthopaedic medicine and surgery, anaesthesia and pain control. The text presents the latest research and developments in this high profile and fast developing area and demonstrates the relevance of the research to clinical practice.

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Auteur VLEEMING Andry, MOONEY Vert, DORMAN Thomas, SNIJDERS Chris, STOECKART Rob
Rayon Thérapies manuelles
Editeur CHURCHILL LIVINGSTONE
Published 1999
Pages 612
Language English

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