Manipulative Surgery

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Health Research Books, 1997 - 182 pages
1932 Manipulative surgery may be defined simply as the art and practice of moving joints for therapeutic purposes. Contents include: the Foot, the Knee, the Hip, Sprains of Muscles and Tendons in the Lower Extremity, the Spine and Pelvis, the Fingers,.
 

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Contents

GENERAL SYMPTOMS OF SPRAINS AND ADHESIONS
5
POSTURAL DEFICIENCY
12
FRACTURES
18
RHEUMATOID AND CHRONIC INFECTIVE ARTHRITIS
27
DANGERS AND FAILURES OF MANIPULATION
35
TYPES AND SYMPTOMS OF FOOTSTRAIN
41
THB PRINCIPLES OF TREATMENT OF FOOTSTRAIN
43
SOME NOTES ON BOOTS AND SHOES
47
OSTEOARTHRITIS OF THE KNEEJOINT
79
OSTEOAETHRITIS
85
VI
91
LUMBORACRAL STRAIN
98
LUMBAGO
106
VIII
119
IX
125
BONESETTING AND OSTEOPATHY
132

ANTERIOR METATARSALQIA
56
THE MECHANISM OF INJURIES OF THE INTERNAL SEMI
64
THE SYMPTOMS OF RECURRENT DISLOCATION OF
68
THE DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS OF INTERNAL DERANGE
74
XI
138
INDEX
147
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