Rehabilitation of the Spine: A Practitioner's Manual

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This practical overview of spine rehabilitation combines McKenzie, Janda, Contract-Relax and Stabilization approaches into one common treatment protocol, demonstrating how to apply simple and inexpensive rehabilitation. It provides step-by-step guidelines to rehabilitative procedures for managing spinal conditions, with specific protocols for integrating, stretching, strengthening and spinal manipulation. It also offers a practical approach to low-tech outcomes assessment and functional capacity valuation, with updates on ...

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Brett S

Sep 1, 2011

Great Book!

A must for any student of the chiropractic profession. Get it now...

Claire M

Dec 9, 2010

Best ever

I am a massage therapist who is VERY into muscle balancing (i.e. posture). I have learned more from this book than I ever learned in massage school. Each chapter is filled with important information, important activities and approaches to healing chronic pain. It's worth every penny of full price but I am so glad that ALIBRIS saved me SO MANY PENNIES! THANKS ALIBRIS!

zaofer2000

Apr 1, 2007

an excellent general spine book and dvd

Is a very well done compilation and reserch, includes outcome assessment, Janda's assessment of muscular imbalance, approach to the McKenzie technique , motor control, patient education, soft tissue treatment (Karel Lewit)........
The emphasis is upon the model developed by the Eastern European, the primary audience is physical therapists and physical therapists students.

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