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Hardback, eBook
978-1-913426-17-0
1
500
350 color drawings and photographs
246 x 189
Not yet published
26 July 2022
Handspring Publishing

£70.00 GBP / $87.50 USD

Physical Therapy, Osteopathy, Chiropractic

The Shoulder: Theory and Practice

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The Shoulder: Theory & Practice presents a comprehensive fusion of the current research knowledge and clinical expertise that will be essential for any clinician from any discipline who is involved with the assessment, management and rehabilitation of musculoskeletal conditions of the shoulder.

This book is a team project-led by two internationally renowned researchers and clinicians, Jeremy Lewis and César Fernández-de-las-Peñas. Other members of the team include over 100 prominent clinical experts and researchers. All are at the forefront of contributing new knowledge to enable us to provide better care for those seeking support for their shoulder problem. The team also comprises the voices of patients with shoulder problems who recount their experiences and provide clinicians with important insight into how better to communicate and manage the needs of the people who seek advice and guidance.

The contributing authors include physiotherapists, physical therapists, medical doctors, orthopedic surgeons, psychologists, epidemiologists, radiologists, midwives, historians, nutritionists, anatomists, researchers, rheumatologists, oncologists, elite athletes, athletic trainers, pain scientists, strength and conditioning experts and practitioners of yoga and tai chi. The cumulative knowledge contained within the pages of The Shoulder: Theory & Practice would take decades to synthesise.

The Shoulder: Theory & Practice is divided into 42 chapters over three parts that will holistically blend, as the title promises, all key aspects of the essential theory and practice to successfully support clinicians wanting to offer those seeing help the very best care possible. It will be an authoritative text and is supported by exceptional artwork, photographs and links to relevant online information.

Part I:  Introduction

Chapter 1    My Story

Chapter 2    The Evolution of the Human Shoulder

Chapter 3    The Global Burden of Shoulder Disability

Chapter 4    Functional Anatomy of the Shoulder and the Kinetic Chain

Chapter 5    Lifestyle Factors

Chapter 6    Taking a Biopsychosocial Approach

Chapter 7    Pain Neurosciences: Where are the Symptoms Coming From?

Chapter 8    Red Flags, Inflammatory Conditions and Sinister Shoulder Pathology

Chapter 9    Clinical Uncertainties: What we Think we Know, What we Really do Know, and What Don’t We Know?

 

Part II:  Assessment and Management   

Chapter 10    Communication

Chapter 11    What Outcomes to Assess and How to Measure Them

Chapter 12    Clinical Reasoning and Shared Decision Making

Chapter 13    The Role of Imaging, Blood Tests, Nerve Conduction and EMG

Chapter 14    Categorising Shoulder Disability

Chapter 15    Not a Shoulder

Chapter 16    The Unstable Shoulder

Chapter 17    The Stiff Shoulder

Chapter 18    The Weak Shoulder

Chapter 19    Shoulder Trauma

Chapter 20    The Pediatric and Adolescent Shoulder

Chapter 21    Neurodynamics and the Shoulder

Chapter 22    Hemodynamics and the Shoulder

Chapter 23    Injection Therapy in the Management of Shoulder Conditions

Chapter 24    Hands-On Therapy in the Management of Shoulder Conditions

Chapter 25    Assessment and Management of Posture and Scapular Position

Chapter 26    Modalities in the Management of Shoulder Conditions

Chapter 27    Braces and Taping in the Management of Shoulder Conditions

Chapter 28    Needling in the Management of Shoulder Conditions

 

Part III:  Rehabilitation  

Chapter 29    Motor Control Versus Strengthening

Chapter 30    The Shape-Up-My-Shoulder (SUMS) Rehabilitation Program

Chapter 31    Biceps Tendinopathy

Chapter 32    Calcific Tendinopathy

Chapter 33    Rehabilitation for the Unstable Shoulder

Chapter 34    Rehabilitation for the Throwing Athlete

Chapter 35    Rehabilitation in Swimmers

Chapter 36    Rehabilitation for the Climbing Athlete

Chapter 37    The Past, Present and Future of Shoulder Surgery

Chapter 38    When to Consider Surgery?

Chapter 39    Rehabilitation Following Trauma, Fractures and Surgery

Chapter 40    The Role of Virtual Reality in the Management and Rehabilitation of Shoulder Conditions

Chapter 41    Tai Chi in Shoulder Rehabilitation

Chapter 42    Yoga in Shoulder Rehabilitation

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Jeremy LEWIS

Jeremy Lewis is a Consultant Physiotherapist and Professor of Musculoskeletal Research (University of Hertfordshire, UK, University of Limerick, Ireland and Qatar University, Qatar).

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César FERNÁNDEZ-de-las-Peñas

César Fernández-de-las-Peñas PT, PhD, Dr. Med Sci is Full Professor at Universidad Rey Juan Carlos, Spain.

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The Shoulder: Theory and Practice

£70.00 GBP / $87.50 USD Free delivery in the UK and USA

The Shoulder: Theory & Practice presents a comprehensive fusion of the current research knowledge and clinical expertise that will be essential for any clinician from any discipline who is involved with the assessment, management and rehabilitation of musculoskeletal conditions of the shoulder.

This book is a team project-led by two internationally renowned researchers and clinicians, Jeremy Lewis and César Fernández-de-las-Peñas. Other members of the team include over 100 prominent clinical experts and researchers. All are at the forefront of contributing new knowledge to enable us to provide better care for those seeking support for their shoulder problem. The team also comprises the voices of patients with shoulder problems who recount their experiences and provide clinicians with important insight into how better to communicate and manage the needs of the people who seek advice and guidance.

The contributing authors include physiotherapists, physical therapists, medical doctors, orthopedic surgeons, psychologists, epidemiologists, radiologists, midwives, historians, nutritionists, anatomists, researchers, rheumatologists, oncologists, elite athletes, athletic trainers, pain scientists, strength and conditioning experts and practitioners of yoga and tai chi. The cumulative knowledge contained within the pages of The Shoulder: Theory & Practice would take decades to synthesise.

The Shoulder: Theory & Practice is divided into 42 chapters over three parts that will holistically blend, as the title promises, all key aspects of the essential theory and practice to successfully support clinicians wanting to offer those seeing help the very best care possible. It will be an authoritative text and is supported by exceptional artwork, photographs and links to relevant online information.

Part I:  Introduction

Chapter 1    My Story

Chapter 2    The Evolution of the Human Shoulder

Chapter 3    The Global Burden of Shoulder Disability

Chapter 4    Functional Anatomy of the Shoulder and the Kinetic Chain

Chapter 5    Lifestyle Factors

Chapter 6    Taking a Biopsychosocial Approach

Chapter 7    Pain Neurosciences: Where are the Symptoms Coming From?

Chapter 8    Red Flags, Inflammatory Conditions and Sinister Shoulder Pathology

Chapter 9    Clinical Uncertainties: What we Think we Know, What we Really do Know, and What Don’t We Know?

 

Part II:  Assessment and Management   

Chapter 10    Communication

Chapter 11    What Outcomes to Assess and How to Measure Them

Chapter 12    Clinical Reasoning and Shared Decision Making

Chapter 13    The Role of Imaging, Blood Tests, Nerve Conduction and EMG

Chapter 14    Categorising Shoulder Disability

Chapter 15    Not a Shoulder

Chapter 16    The Unstable Shoulder

Chapter 17    The Stiff Shoulder

Chapter 18    The Weak Shoulder

Chapter 19    Shoulder Trauma

Chapter 20    The Pediatric and Adolescent Shoulder

Chapter 21    Neurodynamics and the Shoulder

Chapter 22    Hemodynamics and the Shoulder

Chapter 23    Injection Therapy in the Management of Shoulder Conditions

Chapter 24    Hands-On Therapy in the Management of Shoulder Conditions

Chapter 25    Assessment and Management of Posture and Scapular Position

Chapter 26    Modalities in the Management of Shoulder Conditions

Chapter 27    Braces and Taping in the Management of Shoulder Conditions

Chapter 28    Needling in the Management of Shoulder Conditions

 

Part III:  Rehabilitation  

Chapter 29    Motor Control Versus Strengthening

Chapter 30    The Shape-Up-My-Shoulder (SUMS) Rehabilitation Program

Chapter 31    Biceps Tendinopathy

Chapter 32    Calcific Tendinopathy

Chapter 33    Rehabilitation for the Unstable Shoulder

Chapter 34    Rehabilitation for the Throwing Athlete

Chapter 35    Rehabilitation in Swimmers

Chapter 36    Rehabilitation for the Climbing Athlete

Chapter 37    The Past, Present and Future of Shoulder Surgery

Chapter 38    When to Consider Surgery?

Chapter 39    Rehabilitation Following Trauma, Fractures and Surgery

Chapter 40    The Role of Virtual Reality in the Management and Rehabilitation of Shoulder Conditions

Chapter 41    Tai Chi in Shoulder Rehabilitation

Chapter 42    Yoga in Shoulder Rehabilitation

Hardback, eBook
978-1-913426-17-0
1
500
350 color drawings and photographs
246 x 189
Not yet published
26 July 2022
Handspring Publishing

£70.00 GBP / $87.50 USD

Physical Therapy, Osteopathy, Chiropractic

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

Jeremy Lewis is a Consultant Physiotherapist and Professor of Musculoskeletal Research (University of Hertfordshire, UK, University of Limerick, Ireland and Qatar University, Qatar).

Read More ›

César FERNÁNDEZ-de-las-Peñas

César Fernández-de-las-Peñas PT, PhD, Dr. Med Sci is Full Professor at Universidad Rey Juan Carlos, Spain.

Read More ›

You may also be interested in:

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