The Fourth Edition of this best-selling reference is a compendium of evidence-based approaches to the most common presenting complaints. Covering both musculoskeletal and visceral complaints, this text is intended to direct the chiropractor toward an appropriate plan of approach in both diagnostic evaluation and care. Highlighting these approaches are flowcharts (algorithms), relevant historical questioning, and summaries of common conditions related to the presenting complaint. Important Notice: The digital edition of this book is missing some of the images or content found in the physical edition.It is important to note that the degree or severity of CTS in these patients was likely beyond that seen by many primary care physicians ... With regard to nerve conduction studies, a sensitivity and specificity analysis was performed in a study by Lew et al74 in 2005. ... It is clear that the term manipulation is not synonymous with an aadjustmenta or Grade V mobilization. ... wrist support, myofascial massage/loading, and ultrasonography in addition to amanual thrustsa to the wrist and spine.
|Title||:||Differential Diagnosis and Management for the Chiropractor: Protocols and Algorithms|
|Author||:||Thomas A. Souza|
|Publisher||:||Jones & Bartlett Publishers - 2009-10-07|