Manual Therapy (3 items)
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The use of Mulligan techniques in combined movements and combined positions of the lumbar spine
on 17 Apr 2006 by Mart de Kruijff, B.PT, MAS.O.M.T. author list
Brian Mulligan has developed a most ingenious compilation of manual techniques. For the spine it inc[...]
Brian Mulligan has developed a most ingenious compilation of manual techniques.(1) For the spine it includes techniques like NAG (natural apophyseal glide), SNAG (sustained natural apophyseal glide), MWM (mobilisation with movement), SMWAMS (spinal mobilisation with arm movement) and so on. The techniques are always parallel or in right angles to the treatment planes.The treatment plane is lying across the concave [read more]
Rotational Instability Of the Midthoracic Spine Assessment and Management
Diane Lee. Published in Manual Therapy 1(5): 234-291
on 29 Mar 2006 by Diane Lee BSR FCAMT author list email the content item print the content item create pdf file of the content item
Diane Lee. Published in Manual Therapy 1(5): 234-291,

Recent research has enhanced the understan[...]
Recent research has enhanced the understanding of instability of the spine. The principles of this research has been incorporated into the evaluation and treatment of the unstable thorax. Rotational instability of the midthorax is commonly seen following trauma to the chest. Specific mobility and stability tests have been developed to detect this instability. The tests [read more]
An Integrated Model Of "Joint" Function And Its Clinical Application
on 29 Mar 2006 by Diane Lee BSR FCAMT author list email the content item print the content item create pdf file of the content item
Diane Lee BSR FCAMT ; This paper was presented at the 4th Interdisciplinary World Congress on Low Ba[...]
Revelations from recent research, together with the interdisciplinary sharing of ideas facilitated by the past three World Congresses on Low Back and Pelvic Pain, has lead to the development of a new model for understanding the lumbopelvic region. This model is an integrated one in that it considers the impact of structure (form or anatomy), function [read more]