By John K. Paterson MB. BS, MRCGP, Loic Burn BA, MRCS, LRCP, DPhysMed (auth.)
to scientific Manipulation John ok. Paterson, MB. BS. MRCGP presently Vice-President and Han. Secretary of the British organization of Manipulative medication and member of the medical Advisory Committee of the overseas Federation of handbook medication and Loic Burn, BA. MRCS. LRCP. DPhysMed at present President of the British organization of Manipulative medication. Han. Secretary of the clinical part of the British League opposed to Rheumatism and member of Council of the again soreness organization ~~ M.TP PRESS LIM.ITED ~ a member of the KLUWER educational PUBLISHERS crew l. a. CASTER I BOSTON I THE HAG E / DORDRECHT released within the united kingdom and Europe through MTP Press restricted Falcon condominium Lancaster, England British Library Cataloguing in e-book info Paterson, John ok. An advent to clinical manipulation. 1. Manipulation (Therapeutics) I. identify II. Burn, Loic 615.8'2 RM724 released within the united states by means of MTPPress A department of Kluwer Boston Inc one hundred ninety previous Derby road Hingham, MA 02043, united states Library of Congress Cataloging in book info Paterson, John K., 1921- An advent to clinical manipulation. Bibliography: p. contains index.
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Lumbar traction may be useful in cases where manipulation or other treatments have failed in patients with low back or leg pain. Use of a domestic traction apparatus has certain practical advantages for the patient. There is no wait for therapy. There is no waste of patient time in travelling. Therapy may be adjusted to the patient's domestic and occupational needs. An example of such an apparatus is described and illustrated in Chapter 11. EXERCISE AN D EXERCISES In this area, as in many others in this field, the degree of confusion that exists is extraordinary, and it is of interest to try to establish the reality, in contradistinction to conjecture.
Cady et al. studied a large number of Los Angeles firemen, and discovered that physical fitness in a series of nearly two thousand cases had a significant preventative effect on the incidence of back injuries 31 . However, in the same study, it was found that, not only did the two groups differ from the point of view of physical fitness, but in other ways as well, so that it was difficult to determine whether 52 GENERAL CONSIDERATIONS the reduction of incidence of back pain was due to relative fitness or to some other, linked factor.
DOC TOR'S NAME 01 ..................................... ADDRESS PATIENTS NAME KFC Data Sheet I 1 10 09 08 07 06 1 58 157 68 70 72 67 69 7I 94 96 95 Sero-negative arthropathy 88 87 93 86 85 Ankylosing spondylitis 84 83 90 82 Current Crural Brachial 92 Rheumatoid arthritis Steroid therapy Kg Kg VT I:: 79 77 7'0 73 Anti-coagulant therapy Vascu lar disease Polymyalgia rheumatica as teo-chondr it i s as teo-ma I ac i a as teo-poros is L Soft-tissue injuries tw;H, as teo-a rt h ros i s I ~pec",;ono Vertebro-pe I vic 81 Past 1 60 j 59 Cranial 89 R Smallest Largest Infants 91 Diabetes mellitus Gout Psoriasis Mal ignant disease MED I CAL COND I T IONS 66 65 L I njuries involving fracture , Abnormal Normal Labou rs NON-RELATED HISTORY III 109 107 105 103 101 99 97 Past 80 78 76 74 R 112 110 108 106 104 102 100 ~--- Current 98 PREV IOUS THERAPY Duration, years Duration, months Duration, weeks Duration, days Sudden onset PRESENT EPISODE --- - Other Surgery Injections Traction: continuous Traction: intermittent Traction: sustained Collar, corset etc Manipulation: under GA Manipulation: painless Manipulation: painful SWD, U/S or I/F Heat + exercises 208 207 206 205 204 Worse 173 180 194 201 172 179 193 200 171 192 199 170 177 184 191 198 169 176 183 190 197 ..
An Introduction to Medical Manipulation by John K. Paterson MB. BS, MRCGP, Loic Burn BA, MRCS, LRCP, DPhysMed (auth.)