Mechanism and Rehabilitation of Muscular/Fascial Low Back Pain (NAP)

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SPTS (Sports Physical Therapy Seminar) series

The SPTS series is a practice book on the prevention and treatment of the latest injuries and disorders, written by a group of physical therapists who aspire to be active in the sports world. In addition to a detailed review of the diseases and symptoms of each joint, the "My Treatment" chapter introduces in detail the treatments that each author actually uses. It is a valuable resource for immediate application and a companion series for all healthcare professionals, athletic trainers and researchers. We hope that it will be useful for the development and dissemination of optimal athletic rehabilitation.

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Mechanism and rehabilitation of myofascial low back pain

Supervision: Toru Fukubayashi, Kazuyoshi Kamata
Edited by Yoshinori Kagaya, Makoto Yoshida, Daizo Yamamoto, Hitoto Suzukawa
  • Book: 157 pages
  • Publisher: Knapp
  • ISBN-10:4931411924
  • ISBN-13:978-4931411920
  • Release date: March 1, 2010

table of contents

  • Chapter 1 Low back pain and exercise therapy

    • Epidemiology, risk factors, etiology
    • Conservative treatment of low back pain and mechanism of pain relief
    • Effects and limitations of exercise therapy
  • Chapter 2 Biomechanics

    • biomechanics of the spine
    • thoracic·thoraxbiomechanics of
    • Pelvic biomechanics
  • Chapter 3 Motor Function

    • Posture and exercise of the spine and pelvic girdle
    • inner unit
    • Biomechanics of intra-abdominal pressure
  • Chapter 4 Mechanical Mechanisms of Sports Movements and Low Back Pain

    • bending pattern
    • extension pattern
    • swirl pattern
    • Prevention programs and their effectiveness
  • Chapter 5 My Back Pain Treatment Program

    • my back pain treatment program
    • pelvis·thoraxTreatment of back pain and pelvic pain by realignment
    • Lumbar pain treatment from the viewpoint of load function
    • Low back pain treatment from the viewpoint of biomechanics of whole body exercise