Practical and Comprehensive!
How a physician understands, interacts, and communicates with a patient with musculoskeletal low back pain will have a powerful impact on the course of care and outcome, regardless of the diagnosis. The authors of the new second edition of Low Back Pain provide a unique and valuable perspective on the non-surgical management of this potentially disabling condition.
- Get help for dealing with patients with an atypical presentation of low back pain.
- The section on chiropractic treatment will assist non-chiropractic professionals in understanding and assessing efficacy and quality of chiropractic care of patients.
- This book will assist in decision making with regard to activity and work capability by providing specific recommendations on making restrictions time contingent, rather than pain contingent.
- Paradigms Lost: Adopting a New Model for Low Back Pain - Jane Derebery
- Process Management - W. Tom Fogarty
- Clinical Management: Patient Evaluation - Jane Derebery
- Content Management: Treatment - Jane Derebery
- Anatomy and Function of the Low Back - Tom Hadley
- Determining the Cause of Low Back Pain - Ellison H. Wittels
- Nondiscogenic, Mechanical Low Back Pain - George Anstadt, Brian Justice
- Discogenic Low Back Pain - Larry Wilson, Hari Dhir, Jane Derebery
- Traumatic Low Back Pain - Chirles Hinman, James McMullen, Peter G. Fagan
- Medical Conditions Causing Low Back Pain - David M. Lyman, James Fitko, Granville E. Horton
- Lumbar Imaging - Bill Lewis
- Electrodiagnostic and Laboratory Testing - John R. Anderson, Steve Sanford, Artemio Robert Martin
- Medical Treatment: Pharmacotherapy and Supportive Measures - Robert J. Hassett, Steve Peake, Mark Mason
- Physical Therapy - Peter Deziel, Neetu Trivedi
- Chiropractic Management - William D. Defoyd
- Surgery - Paul M. Umoff
- Patient Education - Maja Jurisic, Daniela Jurisic, Art. Axelrod
- Strategies for Facilitating Returning to Work and Staying at Work - Melissa A. Bean, Patricia J. Johnson
|Format||Softcover, 385 pages|