Oxford Textbook of Musculoskeletal Medicine by Michael HutsonOxford Textbook of Musculoskeletal Medicine by Michael Hutson

Oxford Textbook of Musculoskeletal Medicine

EditorMichael Hutson, Adam Ward

Hardcover | November 18, 2015

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Musculoskeletal medicine is now recognised as a distinct branch of medicine, incorporating the sub-specialities of manual medicine, orthopaedic medicine, and the neuromusculoskeletal component of osteopathic medicine. The editors of this volume have been active in promoting the disciplineworldwide, and this new edition is the ideal reference for doctors and therapists wishing to expand and improve their skill base, or to further their careers and academic accomplishments, to the benefit of the patient.With contributions from international experts, Oxford Textbook of Musculoskeletal Medicine 2e is an authoritative account of the basis of musculoskeletal medicine in contemporary medical society. It provides the reader with advanced knowledge of the conceptual basis, diagnostic challenge, andpragmatic management of the neuromusculoskeletal system. Now with almost 500 illustrations, this is a practical, easy-to-read text with a clinical focus. New chapters cover the latest evidence on efficacy and effectiveness of management strategies, the provision of services, and the latest developments in musculoskeletal ultrasound, making this newedition a comprehensive reference on musculoskeletal medicine. This print edition of The Oxford Textbook of Musculoskeletal Medicine comes with a year's access to the online version on Oxford Medicine Online. By activating your unique access code, you can read and annotate the full text online,follow links from the references to primary research materials, and view, enlarge and download all the figures and tables.
Dr Michael Hutson joined the RLHH's Department of Musculoskeletal Medicine in January 2010 bringing with him 40 years' experience of the diagnosis and management of injuries and disorders of the musculoskeletal system. He qualified from Cambridge University and at St Thomas' Hospital in London. He is past President of International Fed...
Title:Oxford Textbook of Musculoskeletal MedicineFormat:HardcoverDimensions:768 pages, 10.87 × 8.62 × 0.03 inPublished:November 18, 2015Publisher:OUPLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

Richard Ellis: Foreword1. Michael Hutson: Fundamentals2. Rod Macdonald: Somatic dysfuntion: the life of a concept3. Jacob Patijn: Evidence based medicine in manual/musculoskeletal medicine: a blessing or a curse?4. Nefyn Williams: Musculoskeletal primary care5. Jens Foell: The social determinants of pain: from body work to social work6. Tom Baster: A Patho-anatomical approach to chronic lumbar spinal pain - an Australian PerspectivePart 2: Structural Pathology; Dysfunction; Pain7. David Knott: Introduction to structural pathology8. Alena Kobesova, M Safarova, and P Kolar: Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization and the Role of the Central Nervous System Control in the Pathogenesis of Musculoskeletal Disorders9. Lars Remvig, RHH Engelbert, and Birgit Juul-Kristensen: Hypermobility in adults10. Michael Kuchera: Somatic dysfunction11. Sjef Rutte and Jacob Patjin: Biomechanics in Musculoskeletal Medicine: an additional approach?12. Vladimir Janda: Muscles in the pathogenesis of musculoskeletal disorders13. Jens Foell: Fibromyalgia - A discussion of a diagnostic concept14. Milton Cohen and John Quintner: Myofascial Pain Syndrome: a bogus construct15. Toby Hall and Kim Robinson: Neurodynamics: When and why16. Stephen Levin: Tensegrity: the new biomechanics17. Thomas Dorman: The fascioligamentous organ18. Tom Findley: The fascial organ19. Milton Cohen and John Quintner: Pain concepts: chronic pain20. Angela Clough, Peter J.Clough, Paul J. Watson, and Chris J.Main: Psychological aspects of musculoskeletal pain21. Milton Cohen: Placebo theory22. Heiner Biedermann: Functional disorders of the spine in small childrenPart 3: Regional disorders23. David Knott: Clinical examination24. David Knott: Investigative techniques25. Hany Elmadbouh: Musculoskeletal injections26. Martin Knight: Endoscopically determined pain sources in the lumbar spine27. Michael Kuchera: Regional somatic dysfunction28. John Tanner: Thoracic outlet syndrome29. John Tanner: Chest wall pain30. John Tanner: The joints of the shoulder girdle31. Leonard Funk, Mike Walton, and Puneet Monga: Structural disorders of the shoulder32. Julia Walton, Jo Gibson, and Anju Jaggi: Rehabilitation strategies shoulder disorders33. Michael Hutson, Michael Yelland, and David Rabago: Upper limb disorders34. Michael Hutson and Bryan English: The pelvis35. Simon Petrides: Sacroiliac joint disorders36. Derek Bickerstaff and Fazal Ali: Structural disorders of the knee37. Nicholas Peirce: Patellofemoral/ extensor mechanism disorders38. Steve McNally: Soft tissue injuries at the knee39. Mark Batt and Gurjit Bhogal: Superior tibio-fibular joint40. Mark Batt and Gurjit Bhogal: Exertional lower leg pain41. Bryan English: Biomechanics of the foot and ankle42. Richard Higgins: The ankle joint43. Bryan English: The subtalar joint44. Bryan English: Plantar fasciitis and heel pain45. Tom Crisp: Achilles tendinopathy46. Bryan English: Metatarsalgia47. Nat Padhiar: Podiatry (podiatric medicine and surgery)Part 4: Management Strategies48. Angela Clough: Musculoskeletal Triage- a physiotherapist's perspective49. Angela Clough and Jennifer Klaber Moffett: Patient education and self-care50. Michael Kuchera: Manual treatment of somatic dysfunction51. John Tanner: Soft tissue injections52. Keith Bush: Epidural injections53. John Tanner: Spinal injections54. Thomas Dorman: Prolotherapy - USA55. Simon Petrides: Prolotherapy - UK56. Toby Hall and Kim Robinson: The use of neurodynamics in pain management57. John Tanner: Trigger point injections58. Chan Gunn: Soft tissue pain: treatment with stimulation-produced analgesia59. Anthony Campbell: Modern medical acupuncture60. Stefan Blomberg: pragmatic algorithm for pain treatment and rehabilitation an integrated multimodal programme based on antidysfunctional medicine61. Alena Kobesova, M Safarova, and P Kolar: Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization: Exercise in the developmental positions to achieve spinal stability and functional joint centration62. Stefano della Villa, Diego Rizzo, and Bryan English: Exercise therapy: limbs63. Sarah Mottram and Mark Comerford: Exercise therapy: spine64. Grahame Brown: Chronic pain management65. Adam Ward and Michael Hutson: An Integrative approach to therapy