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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GENERAL SYMPTOMS OF SPRAINS AND ADHESIONS
RHEUMATOID AND CHRONIC INFECTIVE ARTHRITIS
DANGERS AND FAILURES OF MANIPULATION
TYPES AND SYMPTOMS OF FOOTSTRAIN
THB PRINCIPLES OF TREATMENT OF FOOTSTRAIN
SOME NOTES ON BOOTS AND SHOES
OSTEOARTHRITIS OF THE KNEEJOINT
BONESETTING AND OSTEOPATHY
abduction acute adhesions after-treatment anaesthetic ankle-joint anterior crucial ligament arch astragalus attached back-strain body body-weight bone bone-setter calcaneum capsule causes clinical common commonest condition condyle contraction cured by manipulation deformity diagnosis direction disease dislocation displaced elbow-joint erector spinae feet femur fibres fibrous flat-foot flattened flexed flexion foot foot-strain force forcible forearm fracture hand head heel humerus injury inner side internal lateral ligament internal rotation internal semilunar cartilage knee knee-joint limitation of movement lumbar spine massage and exercises massage and movements ment muscles muscular normal movement occurs operation osteo-arthritis osteopaths outer side patient peri-articular position posterior postural activity postural deficiency pressure produced quadriceps radius reflex relaxed resistance result rheumatoid arthritis sacroiliac joint sacroiliac strain scaphoid sciatica shoe shoulder-joint spasm spinal arthritis sprain stiffness stretching styloid process subluxation swelling symptoms synovitis tenderness tendon tennis elbow thigh tibia tion tissue toe joint traumatic treatment tuberculous usually vertebra wrist wrist-joint X-ray