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Your Springboard for Learning in Bodywork and Movement

Paperback, eBook
978-1-912085-81-1
1
420
1050 color drawings and photographs
246 x 189
Not yet published
28 December 2020
Handspring Publishing

£70.00 GBP / $90.00 USD

Physical Therapy, Massage Therapy, Pain management, Osteopathy

Clinical Handbook of Myofascial Pain

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Clinical Handbook of Myofascial Pain aims to fill a void in the current myofascial pain literature. It will provide clinicians with a comprehensive problem-solving handbook that can be used for patients with a variety of pain problems. It provides a new introduction to integrating pain sciences into manual therapy practice. The book is divided in different sections based on region (head/neck/face) and associated pathology and dysfunction (i.e. headaches, low back pain, etc.). This will assist clinicians to quickly consult the publication especially for more complex patient presentations. The publication will give very practical options to better manage patients using a combination of manual therapy approaches, dry needling, and education. For the first time, dry needling and injection approaches will be verified and better supported with high quality sonography images.

The book will provide a practical clinical reference for all those practitioners working with patients with myofascial pain. These include physical therapists, massage therapists, body workers, chiropractors, occupational therapists, athletic trainers, neuromuscular therapists, Rolfers, perhaps some physicians. It is suitable for use by those studying on myofascial pain courses, for general technique reference, at schools, and in clinical practice.

PART 1  FOUNDATIONS

Chapter 1   Theoretical Foundations

Chapter 2   Practical Foundations for Trigger Point Therapy

 

PART 2  CLINIC

Chapter 3   Head, Neck and Masticatory Muscles

Chapter 4   Shoulder Muscles

Chapter 5   Arm and Hand Muscles

Chapter 6   Upper Torso Muscles

Chapter 7   Lower Torso Muscles

Chapter 8   Hip and Pelvis Muscles

Chapter 9   Leg and Foot Muscles

 

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Jan DOMMERHOLT

Dr Dommerholt is a physiotherapist and Diplomate of the Academy for Integrative Pain Management. He owns two physical therapy clinics in Maryland specializing in the management of individuals with chronic pain conditions including myofascial pain.

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Robert GERWIN

Dr Gerwin is a board certified neurologist who had an NIH fellowship, then entered private practice in 1973, and later joined Johns Hopkins as a part-time faculty member. He has held a neurology pain clinic at Johns Hopkins for many years.

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Kris DEMANET

Dr Demanet is a sports medicine physician with more than 35 years of experience of working with athletes of many different sports.

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Clinical Handbook of Myofascial Pain

£70.00 GBP / $90.00 USD Free delivery in the UK and USA

Clinical Handbook of Myofascial Pain aims to fill a void in the current myofascial pain literature. It will provide clinicians with a comprehensive problem-solving handbook that can be used for patients with a variety of pain problems. It provides a new introduction to integrating pain sciences into manual therapy practice. The book is divided in different sections based on region (head/neck/face) and associated pathology and dysfunction (i.e. headaches, low back pain, etc.). This will assist clinicians to quickly consult the publication especially for more complex patient presentations. The publication will give very practical options to better manage patients using a combination of manual therapy approaches, dry needling, and education. For the first time, dry needling and injection approaches will be verified and better supported with high quality sonography images.

The book will provide a practical clinical reference for all those practitioners working with patients with myofascial pain. These include physical therapists, massage therapists, body workers, chiropractors, occupational therapists, athletic trainers, neuromuscular therapists, Rolfers, perhaps some physicians. It is suitable for use by those studying on myofascial pain courses, for general technique reference, at schools, and in clinical practice.

PART 1  FOUNDATIONS

Chapter 1   Theoretical Foundations

Chapter 2   Practical Foundations for Trigger Point Therapy

 

PART 2  CLINIC

Chapter 3   Head, Neck and Masticatory Muscles

Chapter 4   Shoulder Muscles

Chapter 5   Arm and Hand Muscles

Chapter 6   Upper Torso Muscles

Chapter 7   Lower Torso Muscles

Chapter 8   Hip and Pelvis Muscles

Chapter 9   Leg and Foot Muscles

 

Paperback, eBook
978-1-912085-81-1
1
420
1050 color drawings and photographs
246 x 189
Not yet published
28 December 2020
Handspring Publishing

£70.00 GBP / $90.00 USD

Physical Therapy, Massage Therapy, Pain management, Osteopathy

Find out when this publication becomes available to order

We will use this data to notify you when this publication is available, and for no other purpose.
Jan DOMMERHOLT

Dr Dommerholt is a physiotherapist and Diplomate of the Academy for Integrative Pain Management. He owns two physical therapy clinics in Maryland specializing in the management of individuals with chronic pain conditions including myofascial pain.

Read More ›

Robert GERWIN

Dr Gerwin is a board certified neurologist who had an NIH fellowship, then entered private practice in 1973, and later joined Johns Hopkins as a part-time faculty member. He has held a neurology pain clinic at Johns Hopkins for many years.

Read More ›

Kris DEMANET

Dr Demanet is a sports medicine physician with more than 35 years of experience of working with athletes of many different sports.

Read More ›

You may also be interested in:

Bulk discounts
for course
instructors
Ordering for
your class?
Get in touch >