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Manual Therapy in Children

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A comprehensive conceptual approach to the subject of manual medicine in children, linking function and structure together at different ages. Very much evidence based with contributions by the leading practitioners in Europe.
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IntroductionThe Theoretical BaseSensori-motor development of newborn and children form the viewpoint of manual therapyDevelopment and topographical anatomy of the cervical spineDevelopment of the central nervous systemAdaptive properties of motor behaviourNeuromotor development in infancy and early childhoodClinical insights Birthing interventions and the newborn cervical spineBirth trauma and its implications for the neuromotor developmentDifferential diagnosis of central and peripheral neurological disorders in infantsManual medicine from a paediatrician's viewpointThe influence of the high cervical region on the autonomous regulatory system in infants Attention deficit syndrome and the upper cervical spineAsymmetry of the posture, locomotion apparatus and dentition in children The Different Levels: Practical Aspects of MTCPracticalities of MTCManual therapy of the sacroiliac joints and the pelvic girdle in childrenManual therapy of the thoracical spine in childrenExamination and treatment of the cervical spine in childrenRadiology in MTCFunctional radiology of the (cervical) spine in children The how-to of making radiographs of newborn and childrenRadiological examination of the spine in children and adolescents: Pictorial essayMeasuring it: Different approaches to the documentation of posture and co-ordination Making Sense of it allComplexity theory and its implications for manual therapyThe big, the small, and the beautifulThe KiSS syndrome: Symptoms & signsA tool for the evaluation and assessment of the effects of manual therapy in small childrenKiDD: KiSS-induced dysgnosia & dyspraxiaThe family dimensionEpilogue
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  • physiobob
    Jul 9, 2008, 20:01
    Chiropractic Journal of Australia, December 2004 "An extraordinarily interesting book. There is a remarkable amount of empirical experience and many valuable lessons to be learned from experienced clinical practitioners, and this book is a very good collection of such material, as it relates to cervical spine dysfunction in neonates and children. All in all this is a wonderful work of strong clinical relevance, and if you treat children you really must read this book."

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