Management of Neck Pain Disorders. a research informed approach

  • ID: 4519581
  • Book
  • 280 Pages
  • Elsevier Health Science
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Written by world renowned researchers and clinicians in the field, Management of Neck Pain Disorders provides a comprehensive insight into the nature of neck pain disorders within a biopsychosocial context to inform clinical reasoning in the management of persons with neck pain. Emphasising a patient centred approach, this book practically applies knowledge from research to inform patient assessment and management. It also provides practical information and illustrations to assist clinicians to develop treatment programs with and for their patients with neck pain.

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Section 1 Introduction

1 Neck Pain Disorders

Section 2 Clinical Sciences

2 Nociception and Pain perception

3 Movement and Posture in Neck Pain Disorders

4 Neural Tissue in Neck Pain Disorders

5 Neuromuscular Disturbances in Neck Pain Disorders

6 Sensorimotor Control Disturbances in Neck Pain Disorders

7 Psychological and Social Considerations in Neck Pain Disorders

Section 3 Clinical Assessment

8 Clinical Assessment: The patient interview

9 Clinical Assessment: The physical examination

10 The Differential Diagnosis of Symptoms and Signs of Sensorimotor Control Disturbances

11 Headache: The Differential Diagnosis of Cervical Musculoskeletal Causes or Contributors

Section 4 Clinical Management

12 Principles of Management

13 Communication, Education and Self-Management

14 Management of Joint and Movement Dysfunction

15 Management of Neuromuscular Dysfunction

16 Management of Sensorimotor Control Disturbances

17 Management of Nerve Tissue

18 Case Presentations: Clinical reasoning and clinical decision making

19 Concluding Remarks: Focussing on prevention
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Jull, Gwendolen Emeritus Professor, Physiotherapy, School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences, The University of Queensland, Australia.

Falla, Deborah Professor, Chair in Rehabilitation Science and Physiotherapy, School of Sport, Exercise and Rehabilitation Sciences, University of Birmingham, UK.

Treleaven, Julia Senior Research Officer in Physiotherapy, School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences, The University of Queensland, Australia.

O'Leary, Shaun Senior Research Fellow, School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences, The University of Queensland, Australia.
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