9780750632898

Chiropractic Peripheral Joint Technique

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  • ISBN13:

    9780750632898

  • ISBN10:

    0750632895

  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2000-01-17
  • Publisher: BUTTERWORTH HEINEMANN

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Summary

Broome (former clinic director of the Anglo-European College of Chiropractic) presents information on the chiropractic treatment of the peripheral joints (e.g. shoulder, knee, etc.) which should be understandable to those with basic chiropractic knowledge. Mainstream joint techniques are covered, together with methods of evaluating accessory joint motion for technique application, neurological implications of joint problems, and the role of exercises as supportive therapy.

Author Biography

Raymond T. Broome DC: Former Clinic Director and Lecturer, Anglo-European College of Chiropractic, Bournemouth, England; Post-graduate Lecturer, Institut Francais de Chiropractie, Paris, France; Post-graduate Lecturer Nordisk Institut for Kiropraktik og Biomekanik, Odense, Denmark; Private Practitioner, Oxford, England Christopher J. Good DC MA(Ed) CCSP: Associate Professor, New York Chiropractic College; Private practitioner, Romulus Daniel J. Proctor BSc DC(Hons) FCCS(C): Assistant Professor, Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College, Toronto; Post-graduate faculty member, Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College, Toronto; Private practitioner, Toronto, Canada Peter McCarthy PhD: Senior Lecturer, School of Applied Sciences, University of Glamorgan, Pontypridd, Wales Susan C. Hill DC DACNB: External Lecturer, Anglo-European College of Chiropractic, Bournemouth, England; Co-ordinator, Wessex Faculty, British College of Chiropractors; Private practitioner, Dorchester, England Daniel P. Lane BSc(Chiro) DC: Chairman, Oxfordshire Faculty of the British College of Chiropractors; Co-ordinator, BCA Vocational Training Scheme, UK

Table of Contents

Contributing authors ix
Foreword xi
Preface xiii
Acknowledgements xiv
Part One: Biomechanics
The relevance of peripheral joints in clinical practice: an overview
3(3)
Raymond T. Broome
Techniques employed in the biomechanical correction of peripheral joints
6(7)
Raymond T. Broome
Peripheral joint kinematics
13(18)
Christopher J. Good
Passive osteokinematic motion palpation of the peripheral joints
31(11)
Christopher J. Good
Neurological implications of biomechanical disorders of the peripheral joints
42(15)
Peter McCarthy
Susan Hill
Rehabilitation: the role of exercises as supportive therapy in the treatment of the peripheral joints
57(10)
Daniel Lane
Part Two: Joint Manipulation
Temporomandibular joint examination and techniques
67(24)
Daniel J. Proctor
The evaluation of joint play and adjustive procedures for the peripheral joints
91(190)
Raymond T. Broome
Section One: The Upper Extremity
The sterno-clavicular joint
97(7)
The acromio-clavicular joint
104(9)
The glenohumeral joint
113(18)
Glenohumeral joint anterior to posterior techniques
114(5)
Glenohumeral joint superior to inferior techniques
119(5)
Glenohumeral joint inferior to superior techniques
124(3)
Glenohumeral joint medial to lateral techniques
127(2)
Glenohumeral joint circumduction mobilization technique
129(1)
Glenohumeral joint abduction mobilization technique
130(1)
The scapulo-thoracic articulation
131(3)
The elbow
134(11)
Ulno-humeral joint techniques
135(5)
Proximal radio-ulnar joint techniques
140(3)
Radio-humeral joint techniques
143(2)
The wrist and hand
145(30)
Interphalangeal techniques
146(2)
Metacarpo-phalangeal techniques
148(2)
Intermetacarpal techniques
150(2)
Metacarpo-carpal techniques
152(6)
Intercarpal techniques
158(6)
Radio-carpal techniques
164(6)
Distal radio-ulnar techniques
170(5)
Section Two: The Lower Extremity
The hip joint
175(15)
Joint play evaluation of the hip
176(3)
Iliofemoral techniques
179(11)
The knee
190(28)
Tibio-femoral joint rotation techniques
191(11)
Tibio-femoral joint medial/lateral translation techniques
202(5)
Tibio-femoral joint anterior to posterior techniques
207(3)
Tibio-femoral joint posterior to anterior techniques
210(3)
Tibio-femoral joint long axis extension techniques
213(5)
The proximal and distal tibio-fibular joints
218(13)
Proximal tibio-fibular joint play evaluation
219(1)
Distal tibio-fibular joint play evaluation
220(1)
Proximal tibio-fibular joint techniques
221(6)
Distal tibio-fibular joint techniques
227(4)
The joints of the foot and ankle
231(50)
Interphalangeal techniques
233(1)
Metatarso-phalangeal techniques
234(5)
Intermetatarsal techniques
239(2)
Metatarso-tarsal techniques
241(16)
Intertarsal techniques
257(14)
Talo-crural (ankle) joint
271(10)
Bibliography for Part Two: Joint Manipulation 281(4)
Glossary of terms 285(2)
Index 287

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