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Fascial dysfunction : manual therapy approaches

Autores adicionales: Chaitow, Leon
Publicado por : Handspring (Edinburgh) Detalles físicos: xiv, 266 páginas : ilustraciones ISBN:1909141100; 9781909141100. Año : 2014 Lista(s) en las que aparece este ítem: Escuela de Medicina y Ciencias de la Salud
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Section I: Chapter 1. The clincical relevance of the functions of fascia: translating the science -- Chapter 2. Fascial dysfunction and disease: causes, effects, and possible manual therapy options -- Chapter 3. Global posture assessment -- Chapter 4. Additional global and local assessment approaches -- Chapter 5. Removing obstacles to recovery: therapeutic mechanisms and fascia.

Section II: Chapter 6. The Bowen Technique -- Chapter 7. Connective tissue manipulation and skin rolling -- Chapter 8. Use it or lose it: recommendations for fascia-oriented training applications in sports and movement therapy -- Chapter 9. The Fascial Manipulation method appplied to low back -- Chapter 10. Fascial unwinding -- Chapter 11. Balanced ligamentous tension technique -- Chater 12. Instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilization -- Chapter 13. Muscle energy techniques -- Chapter 14. Myofascial induction therapy (MIT) -- Chapter 15. Neuromuscular technique (NMT) and associated soft tissue manipulation modalities -- Chapter 16. Positional release techniques (including counterstrain) -- Chapter 17. Rofling structural integration -- Chapter 18. Management of scars and adhesions -- Chapter 19. Massage therapy and fascia -- Chapter 20. Trigger point release methods including dry needling -- Index.

Fascial dysfunction is now recognized as one of the main underlying causes of musculoskeletal pain leading to impaired and reduced mobility. These are the symptoms which confront all practitioners of manual therapy in their everyday practice. Fascial Dysfunction - Manual Therapy Approaches aims to assess more precisely the dysfunction of their clients and its cause and to increase practitioner awareness of the various techniques which may help them in their attempts to alleviate their clients' problems. --

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