Scientific foundations of spinal column disease rehabilitation (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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Scientific basis of spinal column disease rehabilitation

Supervision: Toru Fukubayashi, Tsuneji Kanaoka
General editing: Kazuyoshi Kamata, Takumi Kobayashi
Editing: Masashi Kawabata, Shinichi Maki, Masahiro Yoshida, Kazuya Ito
  • Book: 184 pages
  • Publisher: Knapp
  • ISBN-10:490516849X
  • ISBN-13:978-4905168492
  • Release date: 9/13/2017

table of contents

  • Chapter 1 Anatomy and Kinesiology of the Spine

    • cervical spine
    • thoracic·thorax
    • lumbar spine
    • Muscle function/intraperitoneal pressure
    • Fascia (fascia)
  • Chapter 2 Cervical and Thoracic Spine Diseases

    • Cervical dislocation fracture
    • Berner syndrome, transient quadriplegia, cervical sprain
    • cervical disc herniation
    • thoracic spine disease
  • Chapter 3 Lumbar Spine Disease 1 - Lumbar Separation, Spondylolisthesis (Growth Stage, Adult), Facet Joint Disorder -

    • Lumbar separation/spondylolisthesis (growth stage)
    • Lumbar separation/spondylolisthesis (adult)
    • facet joint disorder
  • Chapter 4 Lumbar Spine Disease 2 - Lumbar Disc Herniation, Lumbar Disc Disorder, End Plate Disorder, Sacroiliac Joint Disorder -

    • Lumbar disc herniation
    • Lumbar intervertebral disc disorders/end plate disorders
    • sacroiliac joint disorder