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Author: Carl Derosa,James A. Porterfield
ISBN: 0721672973
Subcategory: Basic Sciences
Pages 209 pages
Publisher W B Saunders Co (January 1991)
Language English
Category: Medical Books
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by Carl Derosa,James A. Porterfield


Mechanical Low Back Pain: Perspectives in Functional Anatomy. James A. Porterfield.

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James A. Porterfield, Carl DeRosa. Saunders, 1991 - Backache - 209 pages. From inside the book. 1. Neuromechanical basis of lumbopelvic function.

Mechanical Low Back Pain book.

Porterfield, James A; DeRosa, Carl.

by James A. Porterfield PT MA ATC (Author), Carl DeRosa PT PhD . Mechanical Neck Pain: Perspectives in Functional Anatomy. Porterfield PT MA ATC (Author), Carl DeRosa PT PhD (Author). ISBN-13: 978-0721668376. Porterfiel. ardcover.

James Porterfield, Carl DeRosa. Throughout the text, the authors show how an understanding of tissue injury, the healing process, and the role of the neuromuscular system of the trunk and shoulder complex are the keys to successful treatment. Porterfield; Carl Derosa Mechanical Low Back Pain: Perspectives in Functional Anatomy. ISBN 13: 9780721672977. Porterfield; Carl Derosa.

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Mechanical Low Back Pain. Perspectives in Functional Anatomy. Neuromechanical Basis of Lumbopelvic Function and Dysfunction. By. James A Porterfield. Lumbopelvic Musculature: Structural and Functional Considerations. Articulations of the Lumbopelvic Region.

The 2nd Edition of this unique book examines the functional anatomy of the lower back. From this perspective, it develops a system for evaluating the origins of mechanical low back pain, and recommends steps for developing safe, active rehabilitation programs. Beautifully illustrated and easy-to-use, the text cohesively integrates kinesiology, biomechanics, and anatomy with pain therapy. This edition includes more clinical applications, an algorithm of care for managing low back pain, specific methods to train abdominal and trunk extensor mechanisms, and a new section on teaching the patient self-management strategies.
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A very good technical read with lots of powerful detail. A must have for those looking at the human body as a complete system, and how low back pain may be the result of something in a persons foot, ankle, knee, hip, or other joint that all ties into the functional anatomy.