Paperback, eBook
978-1-909141-90-2
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About 320 colour photographs and drawings
246 x 189 mm
Not yet published
16 July 2018
Handspring Publishing

£39.95 GBP / $59.95 USD

Physical Therapy, Massage Therapy, Osteopathy, Movement




Mobilizing the Myofascial System

A clinical guide to assessment and treatment of myofascial dysfunctions

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Doreen KILLENS

Doreen Killens PT, FCAMT, is a specialist in orthopedic physical therapy with a particular interest in the areas of headache and myofascial dysfunction

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  • Presents an approach developed by the author from the basis of manual therapy for the examination, assessment and treatment of the articular, muscular and neural systems
  • Follows the principles of assessment and treatment of the fascial lines as described by Tom Myers in his book Anatomy Trains.
  • Written by a very senior and highly regarded physical therapist who teaches widely in Canada and Europe. Another well-known Canadian PT (Diane Lee) will assist with the writing.
  • Practitioners dealing with musculoskeletal pain often find that no matter what they have tried in their existing ‘tool-kit’, it hasn’t had the positive effect they are seeking. Or they may experience situations where clients complain of multiple areas of pain that don’t correspond or fit into the paradigms with which clinicians are familiar. What they may be missing is the fascial component. This book will introduce them to it.
  • The book is user-friendly for the practitioner, with a minimum of theory and an emphasis on practical applications.

 

Chapter 1: Who am I? Why this approach to treatment? A historical review of Fascial approaches to treatment thus far.

Chapter 2: Brief review of Tom Myer’s Anatomy Trains fascial lines

Chapter 3: Diagnosing Fascial Dysfunctions

Chapter 4: Basic Principles of Treatment

Chapter 5: Abbreviations

Chapter 6: The Cervical spine

Chapter 7: The Cranio-facial region (cranium, TMJ)

Chapter 8: Dural Mobility

Chapter 9: The Thorax

Chapter 10: The Lumbar / pelvic region

Chapter 11: The Pelvic floor

Chapter 12: The Lower Extremity

Chapter 13: The Shoulder Girdle

Chapter 14: The Upper Extremity

Chapter 15: Exercises to maintain Fascial mobility

Chapter 16: Balancing left and right brain thinking

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