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By Edward R. Isaacs MD FAAN, Mark R. Bookhout MS PT

ISBN-10: 0750672390

ISBN-13: 9780750672399

The 6th variation of this vintage textual content provide you with crucial details on tips to learn and deal with sufferers with joint dysfunctions and muscle imbalances. construction upon Dr. Bourdillon's hugely revered strategies to relieve lack of mobility and musculoskeletal ache, the authors have improved the scientific fabric to incorporate new diagnostic pearls and treatment plans. you'll research from step by step directions making it more straightforward so you might follow the manipulative strategies in perform.

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3. Bogduk N, Twomey L. Clinical Anatomy of the Lumbar Spine. London: Churchill Livingstone, 1987. 4. Vleeming A, Mooney V, Snijders CJ, Dorman T, Stoekart R (eds ) . Movement, Stability and Low Back Pai n : The Essential Role of the Pelvis. New York: Churchill living­ stone, 1997. 5. Kapandji IA. The Physiology of the Joints (Vol 3). London: Churchill Livingstone, 1974;70. 6. Fryette HH. The Principles of Osteopathic Technique. Car­ mel, CA: Academy of Applied Osteopathy, 1954. 7. Vleeming A, Stoeckart R, Volkers ACW, Snijders CJ.

It is important to recognize that the articular pillars are some distance in front of and lateral to the spinous processes. Spinous Processes With the exception of C7, the spinous processes of the cervical vertebrae are usually bifid, often with one side FIGURE 2-1 2 Mechanism of vertical translation at Cl-2. (e the degree of vertical translation downward associated with either left or right rotational movements; L left; R right; Rot. } (Reproduced from fA Kapandji. The Physiology of the Joints [Vol 3].

The facets of the occipitoatlantal joint are set at an angle of approximately 60 degrees to each other, being closer together at their anterior ends than at their poste­ rior ends (Figure 2-13). The superior facets of C1 are con­ cave from side to side and from front to back; the facets on the occipital bone are correspondingly convex. The plane of the facets is nearly horizontal in the anatomical position, and, unlike all other joints in the spine, flexion of the skull causes the superior (occipital) facet to slide backwards on the inferior (C1) (Figure 2-14).

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